Princeton Tec Impact II

3 reviews
5-star:   2
4-star:   0
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   1

Reviews

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In response to the reviewer who said it was "garbage…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $24

In response to the reviewer who said it was "garbage and will break where the threads connect": Will break or did break?

Because I've had mine for six years, taken it with me to Prague, Maine, LA, Alabama, Florida, Rome, London, and through the woods on weekend overnights. This light has never let me down.

I'd be more worried about the clip than the plastic body, but that part's help up, too.

The optical lens fitted over the single LED bulb means this light delivers an awesome cone of light at night, and that single bulb means the light lasts.

If you want a bright LED flashlight without buying a $200 Surefire, this is the one you want.

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Yes, plastic and lightweight, only bad thing was after…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $10 on sale

Yes, plastic and lightweight, only bad thing was after three years of abuse the bulb finally began to strobe--looking for a new one now. Loved it, used for work and personal everyday use at work/traveled with me on numeous bicycle trips. Excellent for reading at night or finding your way to the little room. You'd have to jump on it to break it, dropped it 12 ft from boiler room ceiling made numerous banks on the way down and still worked. Only thing I ever broke on it was the clip. Got it hooked on something and not realizing gave it a yank. Batteries would have less than a volt apiece and light was still bright.

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Garbage plastic. Will break where the threads connect.

Rating: rated 1 of 5 stars

Garbage plastic. Will break where the threads connect.

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Impact II incorporates a proprietary optical lens system that projects a focused beam of Ultrabright LED light for 28 meters. The ergonomic design, including a built-in utility clip, makes the Impact II easy to handle. The Impact II is powered by 4 AAA Alkaline batteries with a burn time of over 75 hours of useful light. The rugged construction is sure to be reliable when you need it.

- GearX.com

Princeton Tec Impact II Flashlight - The Impact II incorporates a proprietary optical lens system that projects a focused beam of Ultrabright LED light for 28 meters. The ergonomic design, including a built-in utility clip, makes the Impact II easy to handle. The Impact II is powered by 4 AAA Alkaline batteries with a burn time of over 75 hours of useful light. The rugged construction is sure to be reliable when you need it..Power is 7 Lumens. Lamp is 1 Ultrabright LED . Burn time is 75 Hours. Batteries:4 AAA Alkaline .Weight is 81g. Ideal uses in Running, paddling, camping, Scuba, and work.

- Massey's Outfitters

Princeton Tec Impact IIThe Impact II incorporates a proprietary optical lens system that projects a focused beam of Ultrabright LED light for 28 meters. The ergonomic design, including a built-in utility clip, makes the Impact II easy to handle. The Impact II is powered by 4 AAA Alkaline batteries with a burn time of over 75 hours of useful light. The rugged construction is sure to be reliable when you need it.Specifications:Power: 10 LumensLamp: 1 Ultrabright LEDBurn Time: 75 hoursBatteries: 4 AAA AlkalineWeight: 81 Grams

- River Sports Outfitters

The new Impact II is an ergonomically designed, smaller and lighter version of the Princeton Tec Impact light. Powered by four AAA batteries, it's more compact then the Impact but boasts the same proprietary optical lens system that shoots a focused beam of LED light where you need it. It's sculpted, curved design makes the Impact II easy to handle, and it comes with a built-in plastic belt clip. Burn time is 75+ hours. 260 LUX at 2 feet. Weighs 2.8 oz. with batteries Includes 4 AAA batteries.

- Campmor

Princeton Tec Impact II

previously retailed for:
$15.95 - $24.99

The Princeton Tec Impact II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 8, 2014 at CampSaver.com.

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