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Streamlight 88033 Protac Tactical Flashlight 2AA with White LED Includes 2 "AA" Alkaline Batteries and Holster, Black

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  • C4 LED Technology, Impervious To Shock With A 50,000 Hour Lifetime
  • Multi-Function, Push-Button Tactical Tailswitch. One Handed Operation Of Momentary, Variable Intensity Or Strobe Mode
  • Anti-Roll Facecap, Removable Pocket Clip
  • Length: 5.97 In (15.16 Cm) Major Diameter: 0.90 In. (2.29 Cm) Barrel Diameter: 0.65 In. (165 Cm)
  • IPX7 Rated Design; Waterproof To 1 Meter For 30 Minutes.
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Style Name: 2AA
Technical Details
Part Number 88033
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions5.9 x 0.8 x 0.8 inches
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Item model number88033
Power SourceBattery-Powered
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime Warranty
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #3,211 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableApril 27, 2010
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Product Description

Style: 2AA

The ProTac 2AA tactical flashlight features powerful C4 LED technology
Streamlight ProTac Tactical Flashlight 2AA with White LED Includes 2 AA Alkaline Batteries and Holster

Using two alkaline batteries, the ProTac 2AA is a versatile personal carry light the size of a marker that still gives users plenty of bright light. Compact and powerful, the ProTac series flashlights offer three different user selectable programs and the latest in power LED technology. The combination of small size and output from the C4 LED result in one of the brightest tactical personal carry lights for its size. The ProTac 2AA features a multi-function, rubber push-button tactical tail switch for easy one-handed operation of momentary, variable intensity or strobe modes. The TEN-TAP programmable switch allows the user to select one of three different programs: high/strobe/low (factory default), high only and low/high. Market applications include, but are not limited to, law enforcement, security, emergency medical services, sporting goods, and personal use.

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Additional Features
  • Serialized for positive identification
  • Meets applicable European Community directives
  • Includes anti-roll face cap, removable pocket clip, two AA alkaline batteries and nylon holster
Bright and Powerful LED Technology

Featuring C4 LED technology for extreme brightness, the ProTac 2AA is impervious to shock with a 50,000-hour lifetime. Solid state power regulation provides maximum light output throughout battery life. While operating on High mode it provides 155 lumens and 53,300 candela peak beam intensity; on Low mode it provides 11 lumens and 200 candela peak beam intensity.

The ProTac 2AA is powered by two lithium batteries (included in purchase). It features a run time of 2 hours on High mode, 36 hours on Low mode, and 4 hours on Strobe.

Built to Last

Designed for durability, the ProTac 2AA features anodized aluminum construction with an impact-resistant tempered glass lens that is O-ring sealed. IPX7 rated for waterproof operation to 1 meter for 30 minutes, it is also 2-meter impact resistance tested and includes an unbreakable pocket clip and an anti-roll head.

Weighing 3.4 ounces with batteries, the ProTac 2AA has a length of 6.14 inches, with a major diameter of 0.90 inches and a barrel diameter of 0.65 inches.

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This Streamlight is a great, small, light weight, very bright flashlight.
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Between the belt sheath and pocket clip it is very easy to carry.

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220 of 226 people found the following review helpful By David Berryhill on August 20, 2010
Style Name: 2L Verified Purchase
What kind of flashlight can you get at this price point? A really good one, that's what kind. This seemed to be promising too much for the dollar amount, but I gave it a try and I'm glad I did.

Firstly, though, about that 180 lumen rating -- she's bright, but 180 seems a little, um, optimistic.... My very informal and very unscientific assessment would be around 120 or so, which is still pretty darn bright. Throw is decent, and the beam is a good balance between spot and fill. Very useful.

The best part is the switching system. You switch between modes using just the pushbutton on/off click switch in the tailcap (as usual, a little pressure gives you momentary on, push in further to click it to constant on). Press once, and you've got high beam. Press twice within .4 seconds, you've got strobe. Press three times within .8 seconds and you cycle to low beam. I like the feel of the switch; there's quite a bit of travel before you hit the constant-on click. The strobe would certainly be disorienting to an attacker, and the bezel and tailcap have the mandatory crennelations (relief cuts) in case you want to, you know, strike somebody in the head or something. Hey, it is a TACTICAL light, right?

Check the dimensions: at 4.68 inches long, 0.90 inch at its largest diameter, and weighing less than 3 ounces with batteries (I'm going by Streamlight's data here, as I don't have a postal scale handy, but that feels about right), this is one small, lightweight flashlight. The head diameter is barely larger than the body, making it sleek and easy to draw from a pocket. The pocket clip seems pretty sturdy, and a nylon holster is included if you prefer that method of carry. Build quality is adequately rugged, and you've got a lifetime guarantee (excluding abuse and batteries).
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130 of 135 people found the following review helpful By Karl Knapp on November 14, 2010
Style Name: 2L Verified Purchase
I have the Surfire Backup to compare this to, and for price buy the Streamlight 88031. If you have to have a heavier feel with a blinding white light get the Surefire Backup (I use it in my job).
Surfire is the Caddy
Streamlight is the dependable Chevy.
Cons with the 88031 as others have said, the strobe should be the third press to the tailcap not the second, but it sure does mess with someone coming at you. I am in the Marines and we tried this out as a warning or to distract someone coming at you. All those we tested the strobe on in the dark hated the disorienting flash. That being said I use the plain bright white light or the dim light much more than a strobe.
Bottom line I'm buying another to put in the car to use a a safety and back up light.
Buy it for work and play. Easy to carry and lots of light.
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87 of 93 people found the following review helpful By NAK-Joseph on November 12, 2012
Style Name: 2AAA Verified Purchase
This may not be the flashlight for you. If you're looking for a basic general purpose light, you probably are going to be happier with the Streamlight Stylus Pro at almost half the price, or if you want something with a few more features, try the 4Sevens Preon 2. Good lights, both.

But neither of them is what the ProTac 2AAA is. I'll address that "tactical" stuff first for all you zombie hunters, then we'll address real human beings, and finish up with some stuff that applies to everyone.

Zombie Hunters and tactical crowd

The ProTac 2AAA is more or less designed to be a forward-clicking momentary light. That's why the tailcap is so stiff. It's a "tactical" light, and a bright light at night is just as good as a bullseye. That's one school of thought on lights, and it's one use this light is made for.

The next tactical use is to hold between middle and ring fingers of a shooter's support hand. A lot of lights are too thick to make that work, but AAA-based penlights generally are easier to do it. The Streamlight Stylus Pro and the ProTac 2AAA are perfect for this, but the ProTac is obviously going to have a hotter hotspot and be brighter overall. The light might make you a target, but the way you hold it helps keep YOU on target. That's use #2.

The light has three modes, a high, a low, and a rapid strobe "disco" setting, which general flashaholics object to being between the high and low modes.
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49 of 52 people found the following review helpful By mtxjohn on May 23, 2011
Style Name: 2AA
****EDIT 12/25/12 I originally wrote this about 2 years ago. Still carry the light daily BUT technology has changed. Many lights out there making upwards of 800 lumens...so consider this review dated**********This guy is twice as bright and considerably smaller than the streamlight it replaces. At 120 lumens it is just ridiculously bright. It has a focused white beam. I've ownwed many streamlights in the past inclusing the 4AA yellow ones and the 2AA "luxen jr" and this thing is just a beast! Get some quality rechargeable aa's (not store bought, go online for high-drain/fast charge units). This guy is regulated so its bright until the very end. No long, painful winddown. The ONLY gripe I have is the transition from high to strobe or low. High is default, double tap is strobe, and triple tap is low. Low is actually good enough to go running with in pitch dark once your eyes adjust. It takes a little practice to toggle settings...you have to give it a light tap followed by a full PUSH to get to strobe, and 2 light taps followed by a complete push to get to low. It is always "high" when turned back on. This is by far the best 2aa light Ive owned. It just wrecks the old halogens. Until youve seen it you wont believe it. For $40 on AA's I dont know who can do better...if there is a product please comment!
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