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This item: Surefire G2 Nitrolon Single Output Incandescent
Surefire G2-LED G2 80 Lumens Runtime: 2 Hours Nitrolon® body LED flashlight
Surefire G2X Pro Dual Output LED Flashlight, Foilage Green
Surefire 6P Original Single Output Incandenscent
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The G2 is a high-output flashlight featuring a tough, corrosion-proof Nitrolon body and bezel. It uses a precision micro-textured reflector and a SureFire incandescent lamp to produce a smooth, brilliant beam with enough power to temporarily blind and disorient an aggressor by impairing his night-adapted vision. Output is either 65 or 120 lumens, depending on which easy-to-install lamp you use--high-output or ultra high-output. The tactically-correct pushbutton tailcap switch provides secure, ergonomic activation control--press for momentary-on, twist for constant-on.
*Runtime (at highest setting for multiple-output flashlights) until output drops below 50 lumens
This is a great flashlight and even better than the more expensive Surefire 6P LED model.
If you are looking for a good quality, compact flashlight with a nice, bright light source, I would recommend this little torch highly.
Still, it's an incandescent light and despite its power, battery life is only one hour with two CR123 batteries.
I would never risk my life to save a few dollars, I always count on surefire to light up the perp wouldn't leave home without it.Published 2 months ago by Donald Charley
Long story short, great light when it came out, just okay now. A 'tactical' light that uses the more costly CR123 batteries, it's better for self-defense purposes and doesn't have... Read morePublished 3 months ago by John
Why did Surefire discontinue all of these lights? These are great single mode lights. They are easily upgradable to LED and with the CR123 batteries that are required, they have... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Banzai
This was one of the few choices available, 10 or so years ago. I really didn't like this light when it came out due to its awful battery life (back the 123s were rare and or... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jason S. Craig
Very bright flashlight, especially for the size, and there is an even higher output LED lamp assembly available to replace the standard incandescent lamp the flashlight comes with. Read morePublished 6 months ago by hawkman60
Very bright light with nice focused beam. Durable. Cons are that it gets hot, and has a short battery life.Published 7 months ago by E. Lieber
Surefire flashlight. The Nitrolon is a great value for what you get. Add a Cree bulb from TNVC and a clickie cap from SF and you're GTGPublished 9 months ago by John R. Severson