- Sure Fire Batterys
Sure fire battery s are always good. Shipping was fast and easy. I tried other battery s same size but they were not as good sure fire battery s.
Reviewed by Al Faiella ( Retired NYPD Detective) (Posted on 3/2/14)
- The best 123A Batteries
I've used the Duracell batteries before that are way over priced and don't last very long. These batteries are awesome and way cheaper than the Duracell ones. I'll never buy any other type of 123A batteries. I stocked up on some and threw them in the Surefire battery holder so I always have some in my patrol bag.
Reviewed by Jeff (Posted on 2/28/14)
- lithium batteries
outstanding shelf life, and in use life. Price is great for the package and they outlast other batteries. Produces a powerful light in the surefire flashlight.
Reviewed by gramps55 (Posted on 2/27/14)
- SureFire Battery 12-pack
The batteries came well packaged and arrived quickly after the order was placed. I have ordered two other 12-packs in the past, and have had great battery life. I have two SureFire LED lights as well as two others that use the CR123 batteries. I have never had any issues with the SureFire batteries.
Reviewed by Mike Ball (Posted on 2/20/14)
- YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR
I have tried using generic batteries in the past, however, the Surefire brand works better, lasts longer and is not that much more than the other ones.
Since the flashlight is something that I will rely on, especially in an emergency. Every member in my household has their own flashlight and I will only use Surefire products.
Reviewed by Leonard McCarthy (Posted on 2/14/14)
- Reliable Batteries
Love the way Surefire do things, weather Flashlights or Batteries, they always Go First Class.
Reviewed by Luis (Posted on 2/12/14)
- Simply the Best
I have had my SureFire G2X light for several years now and love it. Recently I ran out of SureFire batteries and resorted to buying 123A Lithium batteries from my local store. Whoops, what a mistake. First off I don't think that the store batteries (unnamed major brand) lasted as long as as the SureFire brand, and I paid $14.99 for 2 of the major brand from the store instead of $22.50 for a dozen SureFire batteries. Guess I wasn't to bright. Well I have learned my lesson, it's SureFire all the way. Thanks to everyone who works at SureFire for such a great product.
Reviewed by kiltpin1 (Posted on 2/8/14)
I've been using these batteries since I bought my first 6P flashlight. I've upgraded my 6P to LED and it is a big difference in brightness. I could focus the light 6 floors down during inspections. I actually bought another LED flashlight with 320 lumens. These batteries last longer using the LED head. Price is reasonable compared to other brands.
Reviewed by Elevator technician (Posted on 2/6/14)
- 123A batteries for Surefire flashlights
Great batteries. I use them in my M3 Combat Light with new KX9T-B Turbo LED head, and also an older L4 Digital Lumamax. They last longer than any other batteries I've tried. I also use them in our home's motion detectors in the security system.
Reviewed by Kiote (Posted on 2/5/14)
I like the light I have but the batteries don't last long on high mode. I was using a coast px75 for a year before buying the sure fire E2D. The e2d has more light but it's gone faster than the coast by a long shot.
Reviewed by Mechanic (Posted on 1/31/14)
Optimized for use in SureFire flashlights, SureFire lithium batteries pack a lot of power into a small package. And unlike alkaline batteries SureFire high-performance lithium batteries boast a ten-year shelf life, which means they will be ready when you need them, every time.
For all SureFire Lithium battery powered lights
- High-performance batteries, optimized for high-drain use in flashlights
- 10-year shelf life
- Wide temperature tolerance
- Built-in heat and fault (short-circuit) protection
- Made in the USA to SureFire specifications