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SureFire "E2D Defender Ultra"

Make & Model

Brand:
SureFire
Model:
E2D Defender Ultra
MSRP ($):
265.00

The "E2D LED Defender Ultra" is a compact 500-lumen flashlight featuring dual-output capability and self-defense enhancements. Utilizing a virtually indestructible high-performance LED and a Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens, the E2DL Ultra is activated with a pushbutton tailcap click switch that also selects output levels: press or click once for a high-intensity 500-lumen white-light beam—ten times the light needed to overwhelm the night-adapted vision of an aggressor. Return to off and press or click again within two seconds for a 5-lumen ultra-long runtime low beam that's suitable for navigating at night or performing close-up tasks for hours. The Defender's crenellated Strike Bezel® provides further defensive options should the need arise. Slender and powerful, the E2DL Ultra is an ideal everyday-carry light.

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SureFire E2D LED Defender Ultra

The Surefire E2D LED Defender Ultra is an awesome flashlight. It also comes at a high price. I was first introduced to this flashlight when the police department started issuing them as back up lights to our Streamlight full sized flashlights. The version is was first introduced to was an incandescent light and was and still is a great light. The addition of the LED version just makes a great light even better. Dual output (500 lumens and 5 lumens) make this light very versatile from lighting the tent up at night to lighting the tree stand and trees around it.

If you are looking for a high quality flashlight and can get past the high price, definitely look at the Surefire line of flashlights!

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Small Ponds
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
Used:
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Pros:
Tough light,, dual output
Cons:
Pricy
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