*NEW* Surefire Every Day Carry Tactical 5/1,200 Lumen LED Light EDCL2-T 1,200 lumen Surefire

$179.00

(11 customer reviews)

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Description

The Everyday Carry Light 2, an upgraded version of our popular EB2 Backup®. Otherwise it’s all about bold, in-your-face performance, with its high-output LED delivering 1,200 lumens of blinding white light on high and a useful 5 lumens on low. A Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens shapes the virtually indestructible LED’s light into a versatile beam with plenty of throw but optimized for situational awareness, essential in an everyday carry light.

Features

Highly versatile light serves as an everyday carry light or an improvised weapon light
Virtually indestructible LED emitter regulated to maximize output and runtime
Fully press tailcap switch for high output, and slightly press tailcap switch for low. Twist for constant on.
High-strength aerospace aluminum body, Mil-Spec hard anodized for extreme durability
Body and tailcap are knurled for a secure grip
Two-way clip permits light to be carried bezel up or down
Includes two high-energy 123A batteries with 10-year shelf life
Specifications

Output / Runtime — White Light

High
1,200

Lumens / 1.0 hours*

Low
5

Lumens / 60 hours*

Length
5
.84
inches

Bezel Diameter
1
.125
inches

Weight w/Batteries
4
.1
ounces

Batteries
2

CR123A

*All performance claims tested to ANSI/NEMA FL1-2009 Standard.

Description

EDCL2-T

EDCL2-T
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Additional information

Weight 4.7972588293734 oz
Dimensions 6 × 3 × .5 in

11 reviews for *NEW* Surefire Every Day Carry Tactical 5/1,200 Lumen LED Light EDCL2-T 1,200 lumen Surefire

  1. C.Lee (verified owner)

    I loved the EB2-T to the point where I bought one for carry and one to train with and abuse – the EDCL2-T is, in my opinion, a very welcome evolutionary improvement.

    The 25,000 cd/1200 lumens makes for a noticeable real-world difference over its forerunner’s 16,000/600 figures. No, it’s not mind-blowingly different (on high, more on this in a minute), but it’s definitely noticeable, with longer-throw/hotter-center as well as more workable spill (towards training, as an average-Joe citizen who takes some low-light classes every once in a while, I do not feel compelled to purchase a second EDCL2-T, as I think that the EB2-T is a sufficiently similar training counterpart).

    One thing to note is that the low-mode figure of 5 lumens is inaccurate by my eyes. It seems that it’s considerably brighter than the low-mode on my EB2-Ts. To my eyes, it seems that the low on the EDCL2-T is more like 15 to 20 lumens. Still usable in an administrative manner, definitely, but as someone who really liked the low-mode output of the EB2-T, subjectively, I feel that the increased low end on the EDCL2-T is just a little much for some of my closer-in tasks, especially on more reflective surfaces.

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