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Surefire E2DL-BK Lampe de poche Defender Noir 13,7 x 2,9 x 2,9 cm
Nous ne savons pas quand cet article sera de nouveau approvisionné ni s'il le sera.
- Lampe de poche Defender de la marque Surefire avec sortie double
- Tête et embout anguleux, rayés et résistant à la chaleur = clip en acier Commutateur marche/arrête (ein/aus) pour éclairage momentané ou de longue durée
- Appuyer rapidement pour un éclairage momentané, et plus longtemps pour un éclairage longue durée. Puissance lumineuse : 250 lumen (portée d'environ 300 m) - Autonomie : 2 h
- Lorsque la lampe n'est utilisée qu'à faible mesure (5 lumen/portée de 15 m) elle reste autonome jusqu'à 47 h.
- Couleur : noir - Contenu : 1 lampe de poche et 2 piles lithium A 3 V
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Description du produit
Virtually indestructible, microprocessor-controlled, light emitting diode (LED) has no filament to burn out or break; two-stage light lasts for thousands of hours;Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens produces tightly focused beam with enough secondary light to accommodate peripheral vision;Crenellated Strike Bezel and scalloped tailcap provide enhanced self-defense capabilities;Rugged aerospace-grade aluminum body, Mil-Spec Type III hard anodized in black
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Commentaires client les plus utiles sur Amazon.com
Durable: The LED feature sold me. Far more durable than the regular bulbs. There is a great lens on this light. Very thick and does a great job focusing the light. Also, I don't know if this is a specified feature, but my light spent over a day wallowing in diesel fuel (almost completely submersed). I cleaned the light with non-corrosive oil and that was it...still lighting up the night.
Shock Proof: I have no idea how many times I dropped this with no negative effect to the light. This light was on me during a dismounted patrol when we were hit with an enemy fragmentation grenade. It blew out four of our tac-lights on our weapons, but I had my E2D as back up to assist in clearing the area. The light was clipped to my belt on the side of the blast, so it was even more exposed than my weapon light.
Battery life: Dual output feature is great. I sort of overlooked this feature when I purchased it. Having a high output and low output is an excellent ability for the user. High output is great for outdoor use and temporary blinding. Low output is ideal for indoor use when you don't want to compromise your natural night vision.
Defender Bezel: Another feature I overlooked. I never used it in a 'defensive' manner, but it contributes to the durability. Dropping the light lens first, countless times, has done nothing to the light. Additionally, this bezel is great for breaking windows (non-ballistic of course). Occassionally breaking a window on a local national's vehicle/home is mission essential (extracting people from vehicle accidents, gaining access to the vic/house without using a known entry point, or many other reasons). Hot knife through butter.
So far my light has spent 10 months in Iraq, 13 months state-side in training areas, and 12 months in Afghanistan. Initially, I was apprehensive about paying $120 for a backup light. Knowing what I know now, I would have paid twice the asking price. This is one of those items that is an essential part of my kit and I will own one for the rest of my life. Should this one ever fail...doubtful...I will certainly purchase another one. I'm not sure why it is so much now, but look around the net for the same light. I know you can get it for less.
It also survives saltwater. Again, I cleaned the two rubber o-rings with a non-corrosive oil and they are still good to go.
I've had this light since 2008 and it goes everywhere I go. It is still a little expensive, but since it lasted so long, I cannot complain. The only thing I have replaced is the batteries. The only thing you might "add" is a nylon carrying case. The belt clip, although very strong, will dig straight into your hip. Otherwise, it will last forever.
Long throw, very focused
Even color and falloff
Good color temp (not too yellow, not too blue)
Small and easy comfortable
Very Durable everything
Simple and Reliable dual-mode
Good battery life
Current sales price (wow)
I have purchased three of these flashlights. Two for myself and one for my friend in the military. When I purchased them years ago they were in the $140-200 range. What is with this current (2016-01-14) price of $350?! Note that the 120 Lumen models were in the $140 range and I got the "upgraded" 200 Lumen model at around $180. Though I don't think there is much of a noticeable difference between the two models.
It is ONLY 200 lumens but that has been completely sufficient for temporarily blinding someone at night. My other cheap flashlights that claim 500-900lumens all appear slightly dimmer with blue tints and heat problems and switch problems and battery problems and driver problems. These are solid lights that have worked flawlessly, daily, for many years.
This is a defence model and I use this to defend myself. I carry it with me everywhere. You pull it out, smash the button, and you get full-power beam. Need to read something in the dark, double tap the switch, and you get low power mode. I have no use for strobe or SOS or a 3rd power level for daily use. I have some cheaper LED flashlights with those switch options and I carry them when backpacking as a backup and "just in case I need an SOS signal" but 95% of the time I wont have any potential use for that and prefer not to have to cycle through or wait for the timeout on 5 different modes ever.
A favorite feature of this flashlight is its size; very sleek and fits comfortably in a jacket pocket or even my pants if they're loose enough. You can really grip it tight and pound away with it. Feels very secure in the hand and is machined very well. I don't worry that it will break apart or mangle a thread.
I also really like using the 123A batteries as opposed to those common lithium ion rechargeable batteries. In practice I only use the high power mode when I need to, which is briefly (a few seconds) but you still get 2 hours out of it and you can pack 3 sets of replacement batteries without adding a lot of weight overall. So I can get 8 hours of full power use on a long trip. You get something like 60 hours with the low power mode which is perfectly fine for very dark situations. Walking trails at night I use low power to find my footing and high power when investigating something further away. I do the same for walking around poorly lit neighborhoods. Typically batteries last me 3-6 months.
I recommend this flashlight whole-heartedly, but not for $350. That is ouatrageous. $140-180, maybe, if you use it all the time for many years like me.
I always take this thing camping or hunting. This thing has been extremely helpful when tracking blood trails while hunting. It's been able to help me spot even the tiniest bit of blood.
- Quality Build Construction.
- 2 Brightness Settings. Low and High are nice depending on your application and can help extend battery life.
- Extremely Bright
- Able to Shine at Long Distance.
- Small Form Factor
- Pocket clip. I use this alot to keep it snug in my pocket.
- Can eat up batteries with heavy use on bright setting. This is understandable for how bright and small it is.
- Price of Batteries. The 123A batteries can add up if you're burning through a ton of them.
- Price of Item. Some may see the price of this light as too high compared to alternatives. For me, it was worth it and I'm happy with the purchase. However, a number of people think otherwise.
Conclusion: Powerful, Bright Small Flashlight, great for my hunting and camping needs.