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Surefire P2X Fury Dual Output LED 15/500 Lumen Black Flashlight - P2X-B-BK
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- Pocket-sized light uses a high-efficiency, virtually failure-proof LED to deliver either 15 or 500 lumens of focused light
- Click-type tail cap switch; high-strength aerospace aluminum body is hard anodized to military specifications for resistance to scratches, abrasion, and corrosion
- Precision micro-textured reflector creates smooth, optimized beam; coated, tempered window resists impact and thermal shock, maximizes light transmission
- 500-lumen high setting runs for 1.5 hours and 15-lumen low setting for 46 hours; 5.4-inch length, 1.4-inch bezel diameter, and 5.7-ounce weight with batteries
- Includes limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty
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The P2X Fury uses a high-efficiency, virtually failure-proof LED to deliver your choice of either 15 or 500 lumens of perfectly focused light, the latter qualifying the Fury as a pocket-sized searchlight. The 15-lumen level is excellent for general work at close-to-medium distances, and also lets you greatly extend the runtime per set of batteries, a valuable option when you're miles from civilization. At either setting the high-strength polymer micro-textured reflector delivers a smooth, comparatively wide beam with a brighter central area and generous peripheral light. The Fury is activated with a click-type tailcap switch: press for momentary-on low, press further to click constant-on low; return to off and press or click on again within two seconds for high. The high-strength aerospace aluminum body is smoothly sculpted for a comfortable, secure grip and is hard anodized to military specifications for extreme resistance to scratches, abrasion, and corrosion. Video De
The P2X Fury uses a high-efficiency, virtually failure-proof LED to deliver either 15 or 500 lumens of focused light, the latter qualifying the Fury as a pocket-sized searchlight. The 15-lumen level is excellent for general work at close-to-medium distances, and also extends the light's runtime. At either setting, the high-strength polymer micro-textured reflector delivers a smooth, comparatively wide beam with a brighter central area and generous peripheral light. The Fury is activated with a click-type tail cap switch, and the high-strength aerospace aluminum body is hard anodized to military specifications for extreme resistance to scratches, abrasion, and corrosion.
This powerful, compact light offers 500 lumens of brightness and fits in the palm of your hand.
- Ruggedly durable LED emitter regulated to maximize light output and runtime
- Two output levels; high for maximum light, low for extended runtime
- Precision micro-textured reflector creates smooth, optimized beam
- Coated, tempered window resists impact and thermal shock, maximizes light transmission
- High-strength aerospace aluminum body, Mil-Spec hard-anodized for extreme durability
- Dual-output tail cap click switch
- Tail cap switch locks out to prevent activation during transport or storage
- Weatherproof; O-ring and gasket-sealed
- Includes high-energy 123A batteries with ten-year shelf life
- High setting puts out 500 lumens for 1.5 hours
- Low setting puts out 15 lumens for 46 hours
- 5.4-inch length
- 1.4-inch bezel diameter
- 5.7-ounce weight with batteries
- Runs on two 123A batteries (included)
Surefire lighting products include a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
In 1969, Dr. John Matthews -- an engineer with a Ph.D. from Cal Tech -- founded the Newport Corporation to harness the power of laser light for industrial applications. Over the next decade, the Newport Corporation grew to become a leader in the field, pioneering a host of patented industrial uses for the laser. Dr. Matthews' later created and patented the first laser sight for law enforcement use with firearms, a market that became his primary focus. His newly formed subsidiary, Laser Products, eventually created the first weapon-mounted flashlight. The popularity of the SureFire WeaponLight, as it was called, led the company to rename itself SureFire, and focus on creating a host of rugged lights for tactical use, which continues to be the company's primary focus.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5.28 x 1.42 x 1.42 inches; 4.5 Ounces
- Item model number : P2X-B-BK
- National Stock Number : 6230-01-603-3305
- Batteries : 2 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
- Date First Available : November 16, 2011
- Manufacturer : SureFire
- ASIN : B006NKLRW6
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I love my Defender, but excellent as it is, it's still a single output flashlight rated at 80 lumens.
As the duties of my job have expanded over the last few years, I often have occasion to use a flashlight with much lower intensity than the Defender's 80 lumens, to be less disturbing to other people, to not spoil night vision as much, and because it will have much longer run time.
However, much higher intensity available instantly is still essential, which the P2X Fury also has.
Here are a few comparisons between the Defender and the Fury.
The Defender has a tactical runtime (how long before light output falls below 50 lumens) of 2 hours, while the Fury is rated for 1.5 hours on its high setting.
However, the Fury also has the lower intensity setting of 15 lumens, which is rated for a runtime of an impressive 46 hours.
For those wondering about the accuracy of these numbers, my experience is that Surefire's listed tactical runtime entirely realistic with my well worn Defender for comparison.
Another motivation for getting the Fury was its significantly greater intensity on the high output setting, a whopping 500 lumens.
That high output setting is perfect for the proverbial turning night into day, and especially useful to disorient a threat, either of the four-legged or two-legged variety.
The basic features:
The flashlight has what is described as a "lockout" tail cap, which means the tailcap at the switch end of the light can be rotated a half turn counterclockwise to make it so that the light can't be accidentally turned on when the switch itself is pressed.
I don't ordinarily use that feature, but it would come in handy with the light packed in a suitcase or carried loose in a pocket instead of in a belt holster.
The switch itself is a simple but very durable rubber-covered click pushbutton integral with the tailcap at the end directly opposite the reflector.
To activate low intensity output, you simply click the switch once.
To activate the high intensity output, click once to activate low intensity, click off, then click once again within two seconds.
The light will go directly to high intensity with the light already on in low intensity mode when clicked twice within two seconds.
Naturally, in either high or low intensity output mode, the light is turned off with one click.
The reflector end of the light has a tempered glass window, which I like because of its resistance to heat and scratches.
The outside of the reflector end of the flashlight has flats around its perimeter to prevent it from rolling off of flat surfaces.
Those flats are my one area of complaint because they're just shallow enough that it makes it rather difficult to stop the light from rolling off a table without care taken when setting the flashlight down, something that never gave me problems with the much more substantial flats on the Defender.
However, that's still a minor ding, and I prefer the Fury's smooth surface for the barrel and tail cap to the Defender's knurling in those places.
The knurling on the Defender, while nice for gripping, also tends to abrade against the holster, and the anodization has scratched off on the surfaces of the knurling where it contacts the holster from all the years of use.
Finally, I have two recommendations for accessories with this flashlight:
1) I would definitely get the excellent SureFire FL Holster, Polymer, Black, Fits Head Up Or Down - 6P, 9P, C2, C3, G2, G2Z, Z2, V70 CS , which I have been using as long as I've been using Surefire flashlights.
2) If you want to save money and time buying new disposable CR123A lithium batteries, you would be well served with Surefire's "SF2R-KIT01," which includes a charger with both an auto plug and a house current plug that will charge both lithium-phosphate batteries it comes with at home or in the car.
Better yet, get a second set of their lithium-phosphate batteries so you can keep one charged set on hand at all times to switch out as needed.
Unsurprisingly, you won't get the same run time with the rechargeables as with standard CR123A batteries, but my experience with them is that 50%-60% is a practical reality with them.
I did a simple run time test with these lithium-phosphate batteries, and I was able to get 40 minutes out of a fully charged set on the high (500 lumen) setting with the Fury, so the 1.5 hours quoted for standard CR123A batteries sounds completely realistic.
On a related note, I wanted to advise that there are two types of batteries you must not use, because they will void the lifetime warranty and damage the LED.
Do not use the cheap no name CR123A batteries that often come from China, but sometimes from other places; but instead buy only Energizer, Duracell, Panasonic, or Surefire brand batteries.
NEVER use lithium-ion (rechargeable) RCR123A batteries, which I can say from my own mistake years ago will definitely permanently damage the LED.
The only rechargeables warranted by Surefire are the lithium-phosphates mentioned above.
This is not a cheap disposable flashlight that you throw into a kitchen drawer, then promptly lose, but a solid and compact professional grade instrument that even our military uses, and its price reflects that.
However, it also has a lifetime warranty, and I won't be surprised to see it outlast me.
I can also say from my own experience that Surefire's customer service is second to none, so they most definitely stand behind their products.
As the British say, this is a substantial bit of kit.
Here is my advice: BUY THIS FLASHLIGHT OR ANNOTHER SUREFIRE LIGHT. I wish so much I would not have wasted so much time and money trying to get something close to as good as this and the other SUREFIRE lights I now own buy buying lights that cost one-tenth to 85% as much. I now own three SUREFIRE X400 weapon lights, this light, the P3X light and several BUCKETS of lesser lights. Unless I need another specialty SCUBA light I doubt I will by anything but SUREFIRE anytime soon (except maybe another AA LED Mini Mag Light because they are good lights for non-demanding use and ok $$$ to loan out to people I am guiding and not get back).
Here are some specifics about this light:
Soft pressure = Low power
Push harder = Locks on low power
Push hard again = Off
Soft pressure again quickly within about two seconds = High power
Push harder = Locks on high power
Soft pressure = Low > Release > Soft pressure again = High power
Push harder = Locks on high power
I understand that for "TACTICAL" (the most overused word of the decade) situations maybe you want high power first or high power only but ... REALLY? For me and probably 99.999999% of everyone out there it is way better to not shock you eyes with 500 lumens of light then step down to 15 lumens and try to see something after you have nuked your eyesight when you are just trying to find the keys on your center console or a lure in your tackle box to begin with. Low intensity first is definitely my preference and I do own lights that go high first and low second. If I am attacked by zombies or even a mean person I feel fairly confident I can click it again quickly to blind them as a run away and hide. My night-adapted vision takes several minutes to recover after a 500 lumen burst of light while getting to 15 lumens though so I like this lights ability to give you only 15 lumens if that is what you need without requiring you to suffer through a 500 lumen cycle on the way to 15. Smart and practical engineering.
Also, I have yet to see any light with such a useful, easy, and foolproof lockout as this light's twist tail cap. I have no worries about letting this light play naked with the rest of the toys in my backpack after I have twisted the tail to lockout. Other lights I need to keep in a holster as I have actually had a nice Gore-Tex jacket burned through by a cheap high intensity LED light that had no lock out and got turned on by bumping around in my pack.
Oh yes, one more thing is this light is super well built and could probably be used as a hammer. Good stuff here.
Happy shinning. :-)
For Surefire flashlights, this is decently price-competitive with the overseas brands (assuming you get it on sale). There is no question you can get a smaller, cheaper, brighter (or at least as-bright), and even decently well-made overseas flashlight for less to far less, but the two other Surefire flashlights I own have proven extremely well made and very reliable. I got this flashlight for two reasons: (1) high-output, in case I ever needed to really shine a lot of light at somebody; and (2) UI (one tap momentary low, second tap momentary high; click on either one for constant). There are lots of other flashlights out there with comparable brightness, but the UI is far too complicated for times when you don't need complication (cycling through various modes, two switches, etc.). This is very simple and as about as foolproof as it gets. (If you want really foolproof, there's a version of this flashlight that has just the high output.) Even within Surefire's extensive line-up, the UI is pretty unique. This is bigger than a micro-flashlight, but it has a reasonable heft and size that you won't be fumbling around with it.
The only negative, and it's not Surefire's fault, is that the first unit Amazon sent me had been obviously opened. Returning it was a breeze, and the second one was factory sealed.
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Alla max potenza in piena notte raggiunge ca. 50 mt (forse anche di +) dove si riesce a distinguere bene quello che c'è con un diametro di ca. 10-15 mt. (forse anche 20), misure da prendere con le dovute cautele in quanto prese "ad occhio".
Concludendo, buona torcia, potente quando serve e duratura quando di cortesia, ben costruita, materiale all'altezza (alluminio areonautico) forse leggermente costosa ma per me consigliata!!!!!
Per quanto riguarda la torcia, è bellissima! 500 lumen sono tanti per una torcia di quelle dimensioni. D'altra parte è surefire. I migliori al mondo secondo il mio parere.