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LX2 LumaMax®

Dual-Output LED

LX2 LumaMax flashlight -- front angle view

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Output / Runtime -- White Light
High200.0lumens / 2.0 hours**
Low15.0lumens / 47.0 hours*
Tactical Runtime**2.0hours
Bezel Diameter1.00inch
Weight w/Batteries4.2ounces
Batteries2123A  (included)
 * Runtime per ANSI standard
** Runtime (at highest setting for multiple-output
    lights) until output drops below 50 lumens.


The LX2 is a compact dual-output flashlight featuring a virtually indestructible power-regulated LED emitter, a Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens, and a smooth fluted body design that takes it easy on clothing. The LX2's tactically-correct two-stage pushbutton tailcap switch lets you instantly select output level: press for a momentary-on 15-lumen long-runtime low beam suitable for general night use or close work; press further for a momentary-on 200-lumen high beam—ten times the light of a big two-D-cell flashlight; twist for constant-on low beam, twist further for constant-on high beam.

[NSN: 6230-01-522-6610]
  • Virtually indestructible LED emitter regulated to maximize output and runtime
  • Two output levels—high for maximum light, low for extended runtime
  • TIR lens produces tight beam with enough surround light for peripheral vision
  • Coated tempered window resists impact, maximizes light
  • High-strength aerospace aluminum body, Mil-Spec hard-anodized for extreme durability
  • Two-stage tactical tailcap switch—press for momentary-on low, press further for high, twist for constant-on at either level
  • Two-way clip permits light to be carried bezel up or down
  • Weatherproof O-ring and gasket sealing
  • Includes high-energy 123A batteries with 10-year shelf life

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The flashlight is my most important gadget! For security purposes, it's # I. It can light up a burglar from 100'. I keep it handy at night at all times. A small but powerful device. I urge all Americans to have one.

Reviewed by Norman Massel (Posted on 10/11/13)