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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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155 Lumens
  • 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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Size: 155 Lumens
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
Size155 Lumens
ColorBlack
Style2AA
MaterialAluminum
Power SourceBattery-Powered
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty DescriptionLimited Lifetime Warranty
  
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ASINB003GXF9OA
Best Sellers Rank #993 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableApril 27, 2010
  
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Product Description

Size: 155 Lumens

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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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Customer Reviews

This light has 3 settings, High beam, low beam, and strobe.
Excellent Law Eyes
This is a perfectly sized everyday carry (EDC) light that is small yet powerful enough for most situations.
Tradecraft
This flashlight is very well made, very bright, lightweight and durable.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

Size Name: 600 Lumens Verified Purchase
I bought this flashlight because I work security detail in an ugly part of my city, and when I need a flashlight, I need it to work consistently every time - because my life could depend on it. For a standard flashlight, that may be too much to ask for, but for a flashlight of this reputation and price, I was expecting much more. I bought the Streamlight Protac HL 2 months ago. It worked for about a month (long enough for the return time to expire), and then the 600 lumen output drastically decreased. I assumed it was exhausted batteries, and so I bought a new package of batteries. The Streamlight did not regain its 600 lumen output. It put out less than 200 lumen, in my estimations. At times the light did not turn on at all when the switch was pressed. I assumed that this was my fault, that maybe I didn't know how to use the Streamlight's "ten-tap" technology. After all, I couldn't find anything on the internet suggesting that anyone had ever had a problem with a Streamlight. I even bought another package of batteries, just to be sure that expired batteries weren't to blame. Sure enough, it was a problem with the flashlight. Bear in mind, I had not abused the light, submerged it, dropped it, exposed it to shock or high heat, and I would go as far as to say I babied it. It spent most of its time in the holster, on my belt.

Streamlight has a limited lifetime warranty on parts defects, and so I decided to send the flashlight to the Streamlight repair facility, after filling out an online repair form on Streamlight's website, accompanied by a detailed description of the problem. I asked them to call me with their findings. I paid for 2 day priority mail, it was shipped within 2 days to their facility, and by the morning of the 3rd day, it was marked as shipped back to customer.
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237 of 247 people found the following review helpful By David Berryhill on August 20, 2010
Size Name: 260 Lumens 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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351 of 370 people found the following review helpful By Haef on June 4, 2012
Size Name: 600 Lumens
First, I vacillated between 4 and 5 stars here. I'd give it 5 if it had every feature I wanted, but I'm also picking nits here.

I've only used this light a bit, but I wanted to report on it for those considering one. It's been backordered for months, but did actually ship when the seller said it would.

The PT HL is a crazy bright light, at a price that beats similarly priced lights with lesser output. I have a Surefire GX2 Pro, which is a very good comparison, given they are at a similar price point (indeed the GX2's are priced $15 higher than the PT HL!; bet that situation changes soon...). Both are similar in size and use two CR123A batteries, both have high/low output capabilities.

Some comparisons:

OUTPUT:
PT HL low/high 35/600 lumens, GX2 15/200

Both use LED's; why anyone would buy an old-school bulb flashlight is beyond me unless you are incredibly cheap. Then why are you looking at this light? The ONE virtue of bulbs you don't find in LED flashlights is, with a few exceptions, adjustable beam spread. But the efficiency and reliability of LED's so far outweighs bulbs I don't mind the tradeoff. Just be careful to pick the proper light for your application, which mainly means "how close is your work area?"

To Streamlight's credit, the beam spread of the PT HL is actually a bit wider than the GX2. This is especially good for close work. Creating a pencil-thin beam is a good way to make your output figures look great by concentrating the light in one spot, but such a beam isn't very practical unless you are trying to illuminate something hundreds of feet away.

I'll also be interested to see if I find the slightly brighter low setting a good or bad thing.

So is 600 lumens bright?
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