|Item Weight||2.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6.9 x 2.7 x 0.9 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
|Luminous Flux||160 lm|
Foursevens Preon 2/ P2 Black Finish / Cool White LED; 2XAAA; 160 Lumens
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- LED: CREE XP-G R5, Max Output: 160 Out-the-front (OTF) lumens
- Material: Type-III hard-anodized aircraft-grade aluminum
- Impact-resistant glass lens with Dual-coating - sapphire coating on the outside and anti-reflective coating on the inside for optimal efficiency and durability.
- Battery: Two AAA
- Seven output modes: Low, Medium, High, Strobe, SOS, Beacon (hi), Beacon (lo)
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Top Customer Reviews
This easy to carry pen light has low, medium, and high output levels accessed from its forward clicky (bottom button switch). It also has the flashy modes such as the strobe, SOS, five blinks then one blink every 10 sec, and I believe another flashy mode but I don't ever use these so called hidden modes. The Preon 2 has a low output that is easy to read by without it putting out so much light that it blinds you with the bounce back light. It has a high output level, 160 lumens, that's high enough that I haven't had to go get any of my high powered LED flashlights since I have owned it. The medium level is what I use most of the time for general lighting. The light comes on in the low output level with the first click of its forward clicky, the medium, and then the high mode, are reached by lightly pressing the forward clicky again. Cycle through low, medium, and high modes quickly twice and the light goes into all the hidden flashing modes. The high setting is great if you need to scan a large area quickly and it is way brighter than any two cell flashlight using D batteries, and remember this flashlight uses two AAA batteries available from almost any store.
This pen light is about the same size as the smaller Sharpie markers. It clips to your shirt pocket easily without any worry of the light catching on, or damaging, anything because it has a sleek smooth barrel shape. The clip is strong enough to hold it in place but not so strong that it could damage your pocket.Read more ›
fix for the slipage: i cut a thin strip of grip tape and wrapped the entire light behind the lens head in a candy cane type wrap.
Takes standard AAA batteries
Light tends to come on in pockets
"It was a great light when it worked. Mine broke. Sent it back in for repairs. Broke again. Customer service wasn't that great from the manufacturer. When I really complained they gave me my money back for the flashlight.
The button kept breaking on it. It kept turning on in my pocket."
It was frustrating.
He now sticks with his Maglite XL50.
This is a very solid and well constructed penlight and would recommend to any LEO or civilian.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great light but the on/off switch broke in a week. I contacted the seller who suggested I contact 4sevens, who then charged me for shipping. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Ryan
I had issues with this from day one. The button offers very little resistance, so it would often turn itself on in my pocket. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Blaise Brennan
Super bright for such a little package. Very durable. Goes with me EVERYWHERE, still has most of the finish after months of daily use. Read morePublished 20 months ago by G Money
Pro: Excellent pocket light for everyday carry.
Con: The click switch is too high from the screw cap and would accidentally turn on while in my pocket. Read more
I can't say enough good things about this light. Small and powerful for it size and purpose as an EDC type flashlight.Published 22 months ago by Daniel Martin
This little light is really bright. It got me kicked out of a strip club with the strobe feature last year. Read morePublished 24 months ago by LBKewee
this little flashlight packs a punch for its size, and its so small theres no reason to ever leave it behindPublished on May 29, 2014 by hecdaze