|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||5.9 x 0.8 x 0.8 inches|
|Item model number||88033|
|Style||Protac 2AA, 250 Lumens|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||5|
|Type of Bulb||LED|
|Warranty Description||Limited Lifetime Warranty|
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Streamlight 88033 ProTac 2AA 250 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/ 2 x AA Batteries
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- The product is easy to use and easy to handle
- The product is highly durable
- This product is made of high quality material
- C4 LED Technology, Impervious To Shock With A 50,000 Hour Lifetime
- Multi-Function, Push-Button Tactical Tailswitch. One Handed Operation Of Momentary, Variable Intensity Or Strobe Mode
- Anti-Roll Facecap, Removable Pocket Clip
- Length: 5.97 In (15.16 Cm) Major Diameter: 0.90 In. (2.29 Cm) Barrel Diameter: 0.65 In. (165 Cm)
- IPX7 Rated Design; Waterproof To 1 Meter For 30 Minutes.
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Streamlight ProTac Tactical Flashlight 2AA with White LED Includes 2 AA Alkaline Batteries and Holster
Using two alkaline batteries, the ProTac 2AA is a versatile personal carry light the size of a marker that still gives users plenty of bright light. Compact and powerful, the ProTac series flashlights offer three different user selectable programs and the latest in power LED technology. The combination of small size and output from the C4 LED result in one of the brightest tactical personal carry lights for its size. The ProTac 2AA features a multi-function, rubber push-button tactical tail switch for easy one-handed operation of momentary, variable intensity or strobe modes. The TEN-TAP programmable switch allows the user to select one of three different programs: high/strobe/low (factory default), high only and low/high. Market applications include, but are not limited to, law enforcement, security, emergency medical services, sporting goods, and personal use.
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- Meets applicable European Community directives
- Includes anti-roll face cap, removable pocket clip, two AA alkaline batteries and nylon holster
Bright and Powerful LED Technology
Featuring C4 LED technology for extreme brightness, the ProTac 2AA is impervious to shock with a 50,000-hour lifetime. Solid state power regulation provides maximum light output throughout battery life. While operating on High mode it provides 250 lumens and 4,250 candela peak beam intensity; on Low mode it provides 18 lumens and 400 candela peak beam intensity.
The ProTac 2AA is powered by two lithium batteries (included in purchase). It features a run time of 2 hours on High mode, 43 hours on Low mode, and 4 hours on Strobe.
Built to Last
Designed for durability, the ProTac 2AA features anodized aluminum construction with an impact-resistant tempered glass lens that is O-ring sealed. IPX7 rated for waterproof operation to 1 meter for 30 minutes, it is also 2-meter impact resistance tested and includes an unbreakable pocket clip and an anti-roll head.
Weighing 3.4 ounces with batteries, the ProTac 2AA has a length of 6.14 inches, with a major diameter of 0.90 inches and a barrel diameter of 0.65 inches.
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|Are Batteries Required||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes||No||Yes|
|Item Dimensions||0.79 x 5.91 x 0.79 in||0.6 x 5.3 x 0.6 in||0.6 x 3.5 x 0.6 in||1.02 x 3.7 x 1.02 in||0.8 x 6.1 x 0.8 in||3.94 x 3.94 x 3.94 in|
|Item Weight||—||1.64 ounces||2 ounces||—||2.36 ounces||4.97 ounces|
|Light Source Type||LED||White LED||LED||LED||led||LED|
The product is easy to use and easy to handle. The product is highly durable. This product is made of high quality material.
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Streamlight has a limited lifetime warranty on parts defects, and so I decided to send the flashlight to the Streamlight repair facility, after filling out an online repair form on Streamlight's website, accompanied by a detailed description of the problem. I asked them to call me with their findings. I paid for 2 day priority mail, it was shipped within 2 days to their facility, and by the morning of the 3rd day, it was marked as shipped back to customer. I called them and asked what the problem was with my light, and they said it was that I must be using bad or inferior batteries, because they couldn't find anything wrong with the light. I told them that there was indeed a problem with the light, and that I had used both Energiser and Duracell batteries with expiration dates of 2021, and they said that I must be mistaken, and that they strongly recommend more new batteries. Personally, I don't think they looked at it at all.
When the flashlight shipped back to me, I decided to inspect it myself. I figured I'd lose nothing since honoring the warranty was seemingly ignored by Streamlight, and as is, I had a useless paperweight of a flashlight. I started by cutting the rubber button on the tail-cap off, exposing the "guts" of the flash-light's switch, and immediately exposing the problem: corrosion in the tail-cap. An easy fix that I believe that Streamlight should have easily found and fixed. I ordered a new tail-cap on eBay for $16, and the light works like new.
In the end: Does the light work now? Yes, but because I fixed the problem.
Did it work in the beginning? No.
Did Streamlight honor the warranty? No. They insinuated that I was mistaken to weasel out of warranty work, and offered no solution to the problem.
Total cost of flash light after repairs, shipping, and batteries: Easily over $100
Would you recommend this product? No. The product is made in China, offers quality craftsmanship, but poor quality control, and customer service is marginal at best. For you to buy a flash light this expensive, you would have to need it for a tactical/emergency situation, and if it doesn't work in even simple situations, you have a serious problem.
I will probably get steam-rolled for this negative review, but I can only report my experience. I can't speak for the entire Streamlight brand, nor other model flashlights of this brand. I'm only speaking from my experience, and this being my first and only Streamlight, I can tell you that I'm not pleased.
I tried the CR123A battery first and the light worked perfectly. The high setting is very bright with a good hot spot and plenty of spill. Very few, if any, artifacts can be spotted in the beam. The strobe and low setting also worked fine with just the right amount of light on the low setting.
I then inserted the AA battery. I was actually taken back on how much light was produced with a AA battery on high. Visually, it appeared very similar to the amount of light the lithium battery produced. Low and strobe also worked fine.
The light is very well made and should give you no problems. Streamlight has excellent customer service, so if you do have any problems, they are willing to stand by their products, from my experience.
I would not hesitate to purchase several of these lights, as the "duel fuel" capability is the best selling point of this model.
If you are looking for a great light, do not hesitate to purchase this one.
But it is (in my opinion) too large for pocket carry, and so I've purchased several smaller lights to try to find one that could match the features and durability of the 2AA Protac without success. (Cue bad dramatic music)
This thing is probably about as perfect an ESC light as it gets. The clip is awesome- I keep it lens down in my pocket, but the clip still allows me to clip it to the bill of my ball cap to use as a headlamp when I need to. It's plenty bright with good run time off of rechargeable AA batteries (buy Panasonic Eneloops, you'll thank me later) and with a CR123A it pretty much matches the performance of my TLR-1s, though the beam is a little yellower.
If it's as durable as my 2AA (which I anticipate it will be) I expect to be carrying this for years to come.
When I heard about the ProTac HL4 and that you'll be able to use rechargeable batteries I immediately pre ordered the HL4. Now that I've received it, I am a little disappointed in the flashlight. Seeing that it was going to have 2200 lumens, twice as much as the HL3. The HL4 is only slightly brighter than the HL3. However the HL4 has a wider area of light as oppose to the HL3. It's still a great flashlight, especially if you don't like wasting money on purchasing cr123 batteries.
As for its size you can see in the picture that the HL4 is much bigger and harder to fit in most pockets.