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SureFire 2211 Luminox WristLight Features 300 Lumens, Integral Swiss Timepiece

August 01, 2014  | 

Photo: SureFire
Photo: SureFire

SureFire has expanded its line of 2211 WristLights—a whole new category of hands-free illumination tools—with the release of its new SureFire 2211 Luminox, whose output maxes out at 300 lumens. This new rechargeable WristLight features a high-performance LED focused by the same special refractive optic as the original 2211 WristLight, but it also sports a high-quality timepiece from legendary Swiss watchmaker Luminox.

Created with input from law enforcement professionals, the 2211 Luminox's light output is designed to automatically align downrange from a pistol held in a standard two-handed grip. This broad, powerful beam is ideal for identifying threats and blinding an aggressor's night-adapted vision. The LED's output can be set to 300 lumens with a simple press of either of its ambidextrous switches. There are also two useful lower-output settings of 60 and 15 lumens for tasks where less light and more runtime are called for, such as navigating outdoor trails or loading/unloading gear. These lower levels can be easily accessed by pressing both buttons simultaneously.

The classic Luminox watch of this new WristLight features a Swiss quartz movement, a unidirectional rotating bezel with timer markings, and self-illuminating tritium gas hands and markers that glow bright for easy reading in low-light conditions. Fully integrated into a lightweight but rugged aluminum body, the watch has a hardened, scratch-resistant mineral crystal that protects its face, and gasket sealing for waterproofing. The hard-anodized, gasket-sealed body—which also houses the LED, optic, pushbutton switching, USB charge port, and fuel gauge—is the size of a large sports watch, and it straps securely to the wrist via a comfortable rubber wristband with a stainless steel buckle.

The LED is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, while the Luminox watch is powered by a separate non-rechargeable lithium disk battery for continuous timekeeping even if the rechargeable battery is fully depleted. A built-in LED fuel gauge lets you know when it's time to charge the battery, which is easily accomplished via an included USB charging cable.

The SureFire 2211 Luminox has an MSRP of $795 and is available for purchase from authorized SureFire dealers or directly from SureFire at www.surefire.com.

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Darwin Wong @ 12/22/2014 9:12 AM

Will surefire make charging port cover, do that moisture and debris won't enter the housing

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