Foursevens Preon 2/ P2 Blue 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: Hard-anodized Aircraft-grade Aluminum
- Lens: Optical-grade glass lens with anti-reflective coating on both sides
- Battery: Two AAA, included
- Seven output modes: Low, Medium, High, Strobe, SOS, Beacon (hi), Beacon (lo)
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|Item Dimensions||0.88 x 2.63 x 7.63 inches|
|Item Weight||0.05 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||0.1 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
I sent it back to foursevens and they sent me the light back about a month later. The light came back in the exact same shape as it was sent out in. They didnt replace the actuator switch, it still had the same issues and still had the scratches on it I sent it out with.
Another big issue with the light is the switch (when it is working) will get turned on accidentally ALOT. Every day I would find the light turned on in my pocket. The clip makes it sit rather low in the pocket and the switch can easily be turned on. Getting in your car or bending over would most of the time turn the light on. You eventually figure out its on after your pants start to warm up and the light is very hot. I eventually just stopped using the light for EDC and left it on the night stand.
The preon 1 is still an excellent light and has the twist on actuator and doesn't have these issues. Sad part is the preon 1 is only 70 lumens and for what I use my lights for is not enough. My cellphone throws a light almost as bright as the preon 1 so I dont carry it during the day anymore and it now sits in my glove box as a back up to the larger light in my trunk.
I decided to email foursevens again about my preon 2 and hopefully they will fix it correctly this time.Read more ›
Also, do keep in mind that the pen clip can rotate 360 degrees. Can be annoying at times, but I just screwed it tight enough to where it doesn't rotate anymore. I don't think I'm damaging it by doing that, but do so at your own risk. And I wish the clip was a little stronger. It has fallen out of my pants pocket a couple of times while sitting down, so if that's a problem you can swap out the clip for the keychain/lanyard ring that comes in the package.
The product comes in a nice, complete package. This is an awesome EDC light.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It looks cool. It's light, bright, sleek and sexy. But from a practical perspective it's a poor choice. Its smooth surface makes it difficult to grip. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Dan Shielding
Can't live without it! Small enough to take anywhere. Lowest level is great for getting up at night. Highest level is great for outdoor use.Published 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
Had this flashlight for about a year, first few months were great, and I thought it was the best flashlight in the world. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Anarc key
I'm in the field everyday elevators central air conditioner systems boiler rooms you name it I've had mag light coast olight you name it this flashlight holds up drops water even... Read morePublished 20 months ago by panda neal
Great light everything I wanted and more! Very impressed, one of the best pen lights I've ever bought in my opinion.Published on April 27, 2014 by Christian Lauber
I use it for pre-flight checks and blinding my flight instructor. It stays on my kneeboard and hasn't turned on by itself yet. It takes a solid push to actuate the power button. Read morePublished on February 5, 2014 by Brad
It is Really bright especial for being so small of a flashlight. Great for keeping in the car or wherever.Published on January 20, 2014 by Lili G
This is the perfect pen light with one caveat. The on/off switch is to easy to actuate. In my pocket it will turn on when I sit down. I did some looking around and found a fix. Read morePublished on December 28, 2013 by Christopher Kopidlansky