- MN02 lamp
Good product but Surefire knows they are the only game in town so they can get away with the price gouging $25 for this bulb.
After this, switching to another flashlight. Bulbs are 1/4 of the cost of the flashlight.
Reviewed by Rick DeLauter (Posted on 1/1/15)
- MN02 lamp assemlby
Since Ihave had the Elite flashlight for years now, paying the 25$ for the light was well worth it! This light is my go-to carry-all light that is forever in my purse or pocket. Thankfully Surefire has maintained the replacement parts for it, as well as the 10 other Surefire lights I have.
Reviewed by Diane C (Posted on 11/21/14)
- Bulbs for executive elite lights
I like my elite; but the two options for replacement bulbs have burn times that just too short for frequent use. Having a dead bulb and then having to wait for the on-line replacement too arrive is frustrating; not too mention the $20-25 cost.
Reviewed by Boontbosher (Posted on 10/14/14)
Bulb works great and service, response and customer care is terrific.
Reviewed by CBIRM (Posted on 3/7/14)
- replacement bulb
Bulb works great, as long as you don't us rechargeable batteries. My original bulb burned out because I tried to use rechargeable's.
Reviewed by Mbernatzki (Posted on 10/16/13)
- replacement bulb
Very happy with this product. The bulb lasts a good long time as long as you don't use the rechargeable batteries. You have to use the regular replaceable 123 batteries. That kind of cuts into the economy of this flashlight.
Reviewed by Jgkruger (Posted on 10/12/13)
Do not use rechargeable LFP 123A batteries with the MN02 lamp assembly or with other incandescent illumination tools. See Restrictions below.
The MN02 lamp assembly fits in the 2-battery Executive series flashlights and produces 25 lumens of light for 2.5 hours, extending the runtime as compared to the MN03 lamp assembly, which produces 60 lumens for 1.25 hours.
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."