- Led Flash Lights
I have purchased several different LED flashlights. Plain and simple, while SureFire lights are more expensive, you get what you pay for. Nothing works better than a SureFire product.
Reviewed by Mike Sinkinson (Posted on 11/29/13)
- Home Owner - Camper
I keep a Surefire flashlight at the head of my bed and one in my camper. Small yet powerful flashlight. I dropped mine and needed this replacement.
Reviewed by Mr Poindexter (Posted on 11/28/13)
- Replacement bulbs
Ordered 4 since I use my sure fire ALL the time. Unfortunately one of them was bad. I wish Surefire still made the Z2 combat light.
I've never used a more comfortable taclight ever.
Reviewed by Christopher Bash (Posted on 11/28/13)
Great flashlight and Bulb
Reviewed by kOYO (Posted on 11/12/13)
Really good product for the price and the P-60 bulb did arrive quickly and worked like a charm.
Pro: My surefire flashlight is the brightest one I have. The bulb works great. My others don't even come close. I use it when walking my dogs at night and it lights up the entire backyard.
Con: The life on the batteries don't seem to last that long so I purchased rechargeable batteries. Unfortunately, you can't use rechargeable batteries in the flashlight that works with the P-60 bulb because it will burn out the filament. I read that warning after I purchased the rechargeable batteries.
Reviewed by Richard P. (Posted on 11/6/13)
- Light Bulb
I have always enjoyed using the surefire flashlight for the military. This lightbulb has lasted almost 4 years of use. Great light and won't change the brand I use.
Reviewed by Raymond (Posted on 10/29/13)
I have many flashlights,but only one surefire!!!!!! I take it with me were ever I go!!!!!
Reviewed by Tim Britt (Posted on 10/28/13)
Thanks for the quick delivery of the replacement part, the P-60.
I was pleasantly surprised when it arrived so fast. Terrific customer service!
Your lights are the best!
Reviewed by Mike Curtis (Posted on 10/28/13)
- P60 Lamp assembly
Great product; I have two SureFire flash lights and one stopped working; I was mistaken thinking that I need a replacement lamp; I ordered 2 spares which arrived in time as promised. Found out that the batteries were drained down to 2.74V. Replaced the batteries and everything works fine. I have had this two flashlights for 5-6 years (still running with the original lamps) and I am very happy with my choice
Reviewed by Flavio Della-Pupa (Posted on 10/25/13)
- G2 is a wonder, but the P60 lamp/bulb...never again!
I was so pleased with my G2 flashlight that in April of '13, I ordered a 2nd one. Within weeks, it failed, and using parts from my original G2, I determined that the lamp/bulb had failed. I ordered a replacement part, but it too failed within weeks. My original G2 came iwth a P60L-WH lamp/bulb, but the 2nd unit came with a P60, and the replacement part was also a P60. The P60 does not appear to match the quality and performance of the original P60L-WH, which is a shame as now I have one G2 that will never shine again as I will not continue to pay for P60 replacements. And if/when my original G2 lamp/bulb fails, that G2 will sadly never be used again. SUREFIRE should spend some time thinking about quality control for all of their components.
Reviewed by Michael (Posted on 10/22/13)
Do not use rechargeable LFP 123A batteries with the P60 lamp assembly or with other incandescent illumination tools. See Restrictions below.
The P60 incandescent lamp assembly produces 65 lumens of white light with approximately 1 hour of runtime.
NOTE: SureFire lights that use P60 or P61 lamps can be upgraded to a 120-lumen LED light with twice the tactical runtime (compared to the P60 lamp) or six times the tactical runtime (compared to a P61 lamp) by installing a KX4 or KX4D LED conversion head.
Fits: 6-volt incandescent flashlights and WeaponLights with a 1.25" bezel.
Rechargeable LFP 123A batteries are only to be used to power LED illumination products (built to use 123A lithium batteries) and NOT those featuring incandescent lamps. The initial elevated voltage of these rechargeable batteries, immediately after charging, may cause the filament contained within an incandescent lamp to break or “burn out."