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LED LENSER V2 Dual Color Flashlight

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  • LED LENSER V2 Dual Color Flashlight

    A small handheld light designed with law enforcement in mind, the LED Lenser V2 Dual Color Flashlight packs a whopping 100 lumens of superbright white light as well as night-vision-preserving red light in a lightweight, tactical package.

    Features/Benefits:

    • Tactical flashlight with red LED setting to preserve night vision
    • Separate switches operate the white and red LEDs
    • Switches are different colors and have different textures for recognition by touch
    • 100-lumen High End LED shines up to 42 meters
    • IPX4 water resistance means the V2 isnít afraid of a little rain
    • Great for hunters and first responders

    Country of Origin: Imported

  • LED LENSER V2 Dual Color Flashlight

    Batteries 3 - AAA (included)
    Bulb Type High End LED
    Diameter 0.75 in. (2 cm)
    Adjustable Focus No
    Length 3.94 in. (10 cm)
    Lumens 100
    Shell Material Metal
    Water Resistant Yes
    Weight w/ Batteries 3.17 oz. (90 g)
    Maximum Battery Life 3 hr. 30 min.

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LED LENSER V2 Dual Color Flashlight
 
1.0

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1.0

Awful design for tactical use

By LEDude

from New Hampshire

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Pros

  • Bright

Cons

  • Unreliable

Best Uses

  • Bedside
  • Emergencies

Comments about LED LENSER V2 Dual Color Flashlight:

I work in law enforcement. I purchased this with a gift card for my duty belt and man am I disappointed. The idea of a dual color light appealed to me for a variety of reasons but the first time I went to use it after it had sat on my belt for a week or so, it was dead. Turns out that a gust of wind could probably initiate the on/off buttons on this thing. The buttons should have been recessed or at least required more pressure to turn them on. I replaced the batteries and this time was careful about how it was positioned on my holster and in its pouch but tried it again less than a week later and it was dead again, the buttons had both been pushed in again. This might have been fine if it was marketed as a household item or for casual use but to market it for tactical purposes is a big mistake. I'll be returning this to EMS the next time I'm in the area. Whoever designed this most likely has ZERO tactical experience.

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