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South African Agent
Email: sales@klaruslight.co.za
Tel: 071 6136 777

Klarus XT2C

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The new XT series flashlights from Klarus are serious, precision-engineered illumination tools, which have been developed with tactical use and self-defense in mind. Part of the XT (Extreme Tactical) range, which includes the popular XT11 and XT20, this n
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Price: R 1000,00

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Features:

- It can use 1x 18650 / 2x CR123 (use of 16340 batteries is not recommended), which can substantially reduce running costs
- Dual button tail switch for quick, one-hand operation
- Main switch is easy to find in the dark and will be pressed by default when pressing the tail of the light
- Mode switch is at a lower level than the main switch and provides good tactile feedback
- Strobe can be activated with the mode switch when the flashlight is on or off, giving instant access to strobe from any mode
- Forward tactical main switch with momentary activation
- Maintains constant brightness with very high efficiency
- Max output: 1100 ANSI Lumens on high
- Max run time: 190 hours
- Reverse polarity protection protects flashlight and battery from damage when a battery is inserted incorrectly


Specifications:

- Utilizes CREE XP-L HI V3 LED for a maximum output of 1100 lumens
- Three lighting modes and 1 flashing mode
- Working Voltage: 3.4-6.4V
- Battery: 2x CR123, 1x 18650(use of 16340 batteries is not recommended)
- Body color: Military grey
- Reflector: Textured orange peel reflector
- Switch: Dual button tail switch
- Tactical main switch for turning the light on and off. Momentary activation from off
- Dedicated mode switch for instant access to strobe and changing modes
- Lens: Toughened ultra-clear glass
- Material:Aircraft grade aluminum
- Dimensions: 135mm (Length) x 26.4mm (Head) x 25mm (Body)
- Net weight: 81g (Excluding battery)
- Waterproof to IPX-8 Standard (underwater to 2 meters)

 

Special with battery and charger including delivery in SA (WHILE STOCKS LAST)

 

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