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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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Technical Details
Part Number E2E-HA
Item Weight3.2 ounces
Product Dimensions4.5 x 1 x 1 inches
OriginMade in USA
Item model numberE2E-HA
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
ColorNatural Hard Anodized
Power SourceBattery-Powered
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0002Q5YO4
Best Sellers Rank #232,484 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9.6 ounces
Date First AvailableJuly 23, 2004
  
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Product Description

Slim, unobtrusive, and extremely powerful, the E2e Executive Elite is a favorite of undercover police officers, who appreciate the fact that this penlight-sized flashlight is as bright as a four D-cell flashlight yet small enough to hide in a pocket. CNC machined from aerospace-grade aluminum with a choice of super-hard Military Specification Type III hard-anodized or a standard hard-anodized Satin Grey finish, the E2e comes with a Lexan (tm) lens, high output lamp assembly, removable stainless steel pocket clip, and two 10-year shelf life lithium batteries . The light also features switching favored by law enforcement-twist for constant on, or depress the tailcap button for momentary illumination (great for signaling with Morse Code). A patented lock-out tailcap allows the light to be locked in the off position to eliminate accidental activation when stowed away.

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Customer Reviews

Overall, I'd highly recommend then to anyone looking for a non-cheap flashlight.
Alan Montgomery
I will say though, that if you keep it running for any longer than about 5 minutes, it will heat up pretty quick!
Dave
It's blindingly bright at night and you'd be foolish to intentionally stare into the beam.
Charles Chen

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By RainyDayMagazine on June 21, 2005
SureFire started off making laser sighting systems for use with fire arms. Their success in laser sighting systems made it natural to continue their product line to include all kinds of tactical handheld illumination tools.

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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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By tfc on November 14, 2007
i own 3 surefire flashlights, and can truly say that they are the best light made. the light is pure white and intense with no spots in the beam. great for self defense, the beam is bright enough to temporarily blind anyone who may be trying to harm you. i have not had to do this to a person, but while walking my dog at night, we encountered a loose barking dog advancing quickly towards us. i shot the light right in the dog's eyes, stopping it in its tracks giving me enough time to pick up my dog and remove him from harm. a surefire is a must have, and it may one day save your life. the only reason i give it 4 stars instead of 5 is that the battery life is short, as should be expected of a light with this intesity. i am considering buying an led model, which should help me with the battery life
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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Tony T. Kao VINE VOICE on December 28, 2005
Still not sure why Amazon is not carrying Surefire. I became a Surefire freak after my boss showed me his collection of lights. My wife usually didn't like me buying things especially a flashlight that is over $100. But after she saw the size of E2D and what it can do she agreed that Surefire is the only light you should own and a great gift for friends and family. Right now she is trying to take all the surefire lights I have from me.

owner of:

Surefire E2D

Surefire E2L

Surefire E2e

Surefire M3

Surefire 6P

Streamlight Ultrastinger (a great rechargeble light for home)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Suburban on October 30, 2011
I carried an E2E for a few years until I dropped it at work, and somebody snapped it up, rather than turn it in to HR for lost-and-found.

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.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By P. B. Moore on February 16, 2009
I've had my E2E for several years. It has a really bright beam for its size. The reason I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars was my flashlight developed a problem with it's tail switch and the light would come on by itself when I had it in a lens down position, draining the batteries. A call to SureFire and I had the light on its way to them. It was fixed, free of charge, and returned to me. Stream Light or SureFire are hard to beat with the quality you get. While not inexpensive flashights, you can expect to get what you pay for.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. M. Kemp on November 26, 2008
I really like this flashlight and carry it often just in case. Multiple uses from checking under your hood to temporarily blinding a potential assailant. The belt clip is a nice touch. Highly recommended and should last for a long time.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Charles Chen on April 15, 2008
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I purchased two of these for some coworkers as Christmas/thank you present. Not having seen it in person, I wasn't really able to gauge how well they were made and how they performed beforehand; I took a leap of faith and purchased it having read some online reviews of the product.

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.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By pd on January 4, 2008
I bought this for my wife who spends months at a time in the rain forest. She is typically wary of gimmicky outdoor gear (put off by weekend warriors who spend $400 on an @rcteryx jacket and think they're outdoorsy) yet she was quickly sold on it. The size is TINY and brightness is out of this world and can even be used to blind predators. Down side? It gets VERY hot with long use, and uses expensive batteries. I'd recommend any model Surefire.
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