|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.5 x 1 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||E2E-HA|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Color||Natural Hard Anodized|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Type of Bulb||Incandescent|
|Special Features||Impact Resistance, Waterproof|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium|
|Average Battery Life||1.25 hours|
|National Stock Number||6230-01-531-7035|
SureFire E2E-HA Executive Elite Handheld Flashlight, Hard Anodized
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- Batteries - Two lithium 123A 3.0 Volt with 10-year shelf life
- Construction - CNC machined aerospace-grade aluminum. Hard anodized finish for extreme corrosion imp
- Length and weight (with batteries) - 4.5 inches / 3.2 ounces
- Patented lock-out tailcap feature allows the light to be locked in the off position to prevent unint
- Lightweight and slim, with an upgraded removable stainless steel pocket clip
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The E2E's shell is made of aircraft grade machined aluminum. The cross hatch pattern on the body serves the same function as the G2's molded grid.
The smaller size, brighter beam, greater features of the SureFire flashlights make them a better choice for folks looking for the best in personal illumination tools!
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I now have a Streamlight TL-2 LED, which is very similar and a little cheaper, but bulkier. The head is noticeably larger. The Streamlight has a whiter beam than the E2E, which has a more yellowish beam.
I clip the flashlights on my rear-left pocket. When I need it, I grab the head of the flashlight with my pinky and palm, and when I get it out, the button falls right under my thumb. I won't buy a flashlight without a pocket clip at the head end.
There are a bunch of surefire lights with multifunction tailswitches and LED bulbs that will run a lot longer on a set of batteries, but they are all more than twice the cost and the batteries aren't very expensive if you buy a dozen at a time.
I'm going to buy anther E2E now, while I still can. I believe that the model has been discontinued, so they can sell more E2Ds, the most expensive, spikier version. The E2E and TL-2 will chew up your pockets enough, I have to imagine the E2D would only accelerate this process.
Well, it all turned out well. The flashlight is very compact yet *extremely* bright and very powerful. In fact, if you shine the beam on the back of your hand from a distance of a few inches, you can actually feel the intensity and heat of the beam. It's blindingly bright at night and you'd be foolish to intentionally stare into the beam.
My boss commented to me that his wife isn't easily impressed by gadgets, but this one definitely impressed her. For anyone worried about the cost of the lithium batteries, they are actually fairly cheap if purchased in bulk online instead of at your local grocery store or hardware store.
This makes the perfect present for coworkers, your boss, and/or family members; a great choice for someone who has everything.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We were just sitting there, the flashlight was in the pocket of a jacket on the bed and it exploded. Read morePublished on February 19, 2013 by Amazon Customer
Not really worth the dollar price. There are many others that have better quality of light for the price. This flashlight does not come stock with LED, which is a real downside. Read morePublished on January 17, 2013 by Ryan Francisco
The light on these surefires light up the night and even the day. As I get older my eye sight has gone and I really have enjoyed the BRIGHT light from my surefire from everything... Read morePublished on November 13, 2012 by Mike G
I got this flashlight so that I could have something small, but durable and reliable enough to fit my lifestyle. Read morePublished on February 7, 2012 by Dave
There are few things that really annoy me in this world and one of them is reaching for a flashlight only to find the batteries are dead. Read morePublished on August 11, 2011 by Alan Montgomery
I have way too many flashlights. I think it's a guy thing but I'm willing to be convinced other wise. Read morePublished on February 10, 2011 by Dom Miliano
I bought a month ago and, the light is good but the thing is battery does not last long at all. I had used for a month and used around 3 min per day and within a month battery... Read morePublished on November 4, 2010 by Laxmish Kodgi