|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2.6 x 1.9 x 2.2 inches|
|Item model number||G01|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
SyndeRay G01 CREE LED Tactical Gun Flashlight 2-Mode 230LM Pistol Handgun Torch Light for Hiking,Camping,Hunting and Other Indoor/Outdoor Activities
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- Exquisite, compact and lightweight design, convenient to carry around.
- 2 switch modes: High and Strobe mode without memory.
- The white light illuminator will not hamper performance or shooter skill.
- Anodized aviation aluminum alloy and weather-proof body design.
- Application: it's widely used in the installation of pistol as a pistol flashlight, also a good choice in daily life or camping activity.
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SyndeRay 230 Lumen Tactical LED Flashlight For Compact Pistols Fits Beretta PX4 M9A1 Glock 19 23 25 SR9 XD Compact Taurus 24/7 SIG P250 S&W SW99
- actical Super Bright 230 Lumen Flashlight
- Quick Detach Mount Fits Weaver / Picatinny Rails
- Perfect Size For Compact Pistols And Also Fits Fullsize Pistols
- Can also be used on rifles and shotguns with rail systems
- Rugged aluminum body, Low battery consumption
Powered by 1 Cr2 Lithium Batteries (included)
- 10-year shelf life
- Wide temperature tolerance
- Built-in heat and fault (short-circuit) protection
2 switch modes: High and Strobe mode without memory
- White light illuminator with sharp brightness, high lumens
- 2 running modes: A.consistent light B.consistent strobe
It's ideal for the guns installed with Picatinny rail. The reflector lens focuses the beam for long distance lighting while also producing enough light to support the user's peripheral vision. At the same time, it owns a super mini body so that you can carry it secretly.
Can attachment to railed hand guns and long guns equipped with MIL-STD 1913 rails, or by using SureFire's MR adapter mounts.
- Springfield: XD (M) Series
- Glock: Models with accessory rails
- Smith & Wesson: Handguns with accessory rails like M&P and SD series but not SW series
- Sig Sauer: Models with accessory rails
- Beretta: PAX, PX4 Storm Inox, Px4 Storm Full, Px4 Strom SD Type F*, M9A3, 92 A1, M9A1, 96A1, M9A1_22, 92FSR_22 Sniper Grey, 92G-SD, 92Compact with Rail, 92 Compact with Rail Inox
- Walther: PPQ, P99, PPS, PPX, PK380
- Taurus: Models with accessory rail, including millennium handguns
- Ruger: SR22
- Heckler & Koch: SFP9, SFP9M, P30/P30S
- Bersa: Thunder Pro Series, BP Concealed Carry Series
- Make sure at least 1.44" space between the rail groove and the trigger guard
- Compatible with Picatinny and Weaver rail
Brand name: SyndeRay
Item color: Black
Material: Aviation aluminum alloy
LED type: CREE XP-G R5
Switch position: Tail
Lighting distance: About 100m
Power source: 1 * CR2 battery (not included)
Item size: Approx. 6.4 * 2.4cm / 2.5 * 0.9in (Length * diameter)
Item weight: Approx. 71g / 2.5oz
Package size: 16 * 4.5 * 5cm / 6.3 * 1.8 * 2.0in
Package weight: Approx. 90g / 3.2oz
- G01 uses the high efficient, recoil-proof CREE R5 LED to generate 230 lumen of blinding white light.
- Creates a focused high-intensity beam with enough surround light for peripheral illumination.
- Weatherproof O-ring and gasket sealed
Top customer reviews
FYI Fits my H&K VP9 very well. It also fits my Springfield XD40 but sits a little too forward on the front rail for me, the butt of the light prevents it from locking into place at the rear of the rail.
the problem with the mounting system is that is now a bolt on type deal like every other attachment i've ever bought, if you notice the little thumbwheel looking thing in the pic, well that's not a thumbwheel, it's a pin that traps a spring loaded gate and that's how it attaches to your firearm, so if there is any slop once you put it on it's not coming out, i have a bit of play between my frame and my light due to this, i had read the other reviews and say people suggesting loctitie, that must be a different model or something as this one didn't have any threads anywhere to put threat locker on....as i said, it a pin/gate clamp system, not a bolt on type system, just for reference, my unit has a button on the bottom towards the back, a single "bolt" /"thumbwheel" looking thing near the rail section and a battery alignment symbol just above that. the G01
that said, the slop between the light and the pistol i wouldn't say is determinantal, it's not like it's going to fall off or that it's flopping all over the place, it's just not what i call secured, you get a bit of play between the frame and the light if you grab the light and wiggle it a bit, the light will wiggle as well.
the second "issue" or more like quibble is the switch, it's a bit tough to push in and the location sucks, it'd be much better on the side or back...i get the thing about the sides, who wants a left and right handed light? i just find that with my med-small hands i can't toggle the light with out pulling the sights or adjusting my grip a bit, makes it tough to practice proper light discipline when clearing your house and area.
That said, the switch may work for you or i may just be to used to streamlights and the like with the paddles on the back, just the combination of where the switch is located and how resistant it is to being pushed makes it no good for serious stuff for me.
with that said, i'm not a complete moron, i know i wasn't buying a streamlight or the like for $28, what i got for my money was good enough and will suffice, it's pretty well made and has taken 100 rounds of 10mm so far without any real issues, it looks good and throws a decent amount of light, more than enough for someone wanting to clear their home, I'd suggest a more powerful handheld light if your going to venture outside, you really don't want your light attached to your weapon in public/outside the doors of your home and it could be handy to be able to point your light a different direction than your gun in some cases, like there's more than one person or to signal...
But also keep in mind, that this is a midsize light. So it fits well on the underside of a handgun rail, but you will not fit most formed holsters or for an easy carry. But for having it attached for night-time use, it is fantastic.
The picture I took does not really show off how bright this is, but in the way of single LED type lights I was a bit surprised.
In darker settings, it will light up the entire room and will definitely brighten up anything you point it towards.
Switch feels good, and my package came with an additional rubber bit that will fit over the switch (guessing that it is a replacement).
Switch is just a click on/click off, and you can bump it to change between constant on and flashing.
It does fit the rail as expected and tightens on just fine. Has a full metal body, and the front piece unscrews for easy battery replacement. Gaskets and the rubberized switch make it seem it would hold up to getting wet, but I have not done any testing to see how well it holds up to water.
The springs where the battery is held in place appears to be sufficient to absorb shock and keep working.
For a 22 handgun (and for a 223 rifle), I have had no problems with it at all.
Soon I will test it on larger calibers for additional shock testing, and if it fails to stay on, or any other issues occur, I will be sure to revise my review.
If anybody has any questions, feel free to ask away!