SureFire A2 LED Aviator

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Extremely compact (shirt pocket size) dual-output hybrid flashlight for aviation, camping, self-defense, and general use. Features two types of light sources: three long-runtime light-emitting diodes (LEDs) provide low beam for close-up work pre-focused high-intensity incandescent provides smooth, brilliant tactical-level beam with over three times the light of a big two D-cell flashlight bright enough to temporarily blind and disorient a person by impairing his night-adapted vision. Two-stage tailcap switch enables user to instantly select light output level.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Can't quite see what's off in the distance? A quick blast with the powerful SureFire A2L Aviator(R) LED flashlight will light up the night like you wouldn't believe! Features a primary, central LED that creates a blinding white spot beam with a maximum output of 120 lumens. 4 secondary white LEDs produce a wide, soft beam with sufficient light to illuminate a map or look inside your pack without compromising your night vision. Maximum output of secondary LEDs is 10 lumens. Solid-state LEDs are nearly indestructible and are power-regulated to maximize output and runtime. Precise reflector blends and focuses the light generated by the LEDs to create a smooth beam with no rings or imperfections. Coated Borofloat(R) window protects the reflector and LEDs from bumps, drops and other abuse; special coating maximizes light transmission. Lightweight aluminum body is built tough to resist crushing and bending; smooth, fluted design won't catch on clothing yet provides a sure grip in wet, cold conditions. Aerospace-grade aluminum body features a hard-anodized exterior that adds an extra layer of protection and provides an attractive olive-drab finish. Tailcap on/off switch operates with a simple press and allows for momentary-on of both the low-output flood light and the high-output spot beam. Twist the tailcap for constant-on operation of the flood beam; twist a bit farther for constant-on of the spot beam. O-rings seal out moisture to keep your SureFire light operating properly in the worst of weather. Integrated clip lets you attach the flashlight to a belt or pocket. 2 included CR123A lithium batteries provide up to 2.5 hrs. of runtime on high and 17.2 hrs. on low.

- REI

Surefire A2 Aviator - A2-HA-BL Flashlight - Compact (pocket sized), dual-output hybrid flashlight for aviation, camping, self-defense, and general use. Features two types of light sources: three long-runtime light emitting diodes (LEDs) provide low beam for close-up work; pre-focused high-intensity incandescent lamp provides smooth, brilliant, tactical-level beam with nearly three times the light of a big two-D-cell flashlightbright enough to temporarily blind and disorient a person by impairing his night-adapted vision. Two-stage tailcap switch enables user to instantly select light output level. LED output available in red, blue, green, yellow-green, and white. FEATURES Rugged aerospace-grade aluminum body, Mil-Spec Type III hard anodized in olive drab O-ring sealed, weatherproof Tempered Pyrex window Pocket clip Tailcap switch: press for low beam momentary-on, press further for high beam momentary-on low beam, press further for high beam, twist for both low and high constant-on Switch lockout prevents accidental activation during transport or storage

- Massey's Outfitters

A compact, lightweight, dual-output flashlight, the Surefire A2 LED Aviator produces two beam types and output colors. Using a virtually indestructible power-regulated LED emitters and a precision micro-textured reflector, the A2 LED produces both spot and flood beams in one of three colors; white, red, green, or blue. With a tactically-correct two-stage push-button tailcap, the A2 LED lets you instantly switch between output levels.

- Altrec Outdoors

SureFire A2 LED Aviator

MSRP:
$270.00

The SureFire A2 LED Aviator is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 19, 2013 at Ramsey Outdoor.

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