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Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Surefire Executive Elite E2E Flashlight

I own a few Surefire flashlights and can say that they make some of the best if not the best flashlights out there. One of my first premium high-end quality flashlight, which happens to be my first Surefire is the Surefire Executive Elite E2E that's an incandescent and not LED. Back when I bought this years ago, they didn't have the LED option or should I say options, like they have now. Heck, this was the best light you can get for the weight, size, and performance. Which takes out your standard large cell C or D Maglite with ease. Keep in mind, the Surefire E2E is smaller than your small cell 2AA Maglite. So, I thought I'd share some photos...

Surefire Executive Elite E2E Flashlight

Surefire Executive Elite E2E Flashlight

It's a bit pricy and expensive to feed with cr123 lithium batteries costing about a buck each. It has run times at full output (60 lumens) at around 75 minutes. But I'll tell you, it's well worth it when you need a lot of light for a few minutes and don't use it much/often. In may case, for emergency use. I can see how it can get real old fast if you use it a lot, since you'll be changing out batteries often. Then you have the option to get the LED Conversions (light diode emitter) head that Surefire offers called the KX1, KX2, KX2C, KL4, etc. like I did. More on that at a later post. More photos here...

Surefire Executive Elite E2E Flashlight

Surefire Executive Elite E2E Flashlight

Surefire Executive Elite E2E Flashlight

Here's a product description on the Surefire E2E Executive Elite flashlight off Amazon... "Slim, unobtrusive, and extremely powerful, the E2e Executive Elite is a favorite of undercover police officers, who appreciate the fact that this penlight-sized flashlight is as bright as a four D-cell flashlight yet small enough to hide in a pocket. CNC machined from aerospace-grade aluminum with a choice of super-hard Military Specification Type III hard-anodized or a standard hard-anodized Satin Grey finish, the E2e comes with a Lexan (tm) lens, high output lamp assembly, removable stainless steel pocket clip, and two 10-year shelf life lithium batteries . The light also features switching favored by law enforcement-twist for constant on, or depress the tailcap button for momentary illumination (great for signaling with Morse Code). A patented lock-out tailcap allows the light to be locked in the off position to eliminate accidental activation when stowed away." More photos here...

Surefire Executive Elite E2E Flashlight

Surefire Executive Elite E2E Flashlight

The light is also real pocket-able and perfect for EDC'ing (every day carrying). So, it's a pretty small light at just under five inches. As you can see in the photos above, the light easily fits in my hand and with the awesome knurling, it won't slip out of it either. The photo below shows the Surefire E2E with other common flashlights for comparison. From top to bottom: Surefire L5, Streamlight Scorpion and the Surefire E2E. More photos here...

Surefire Executive Elite E2E Flashlight

Not much of a full review, but there's tons of them out there. Instead, I just wanted to show some detailed photos of the E2E as well as broken down like most of the products shared on this blog. Well, I hope it helped you out and gave you a better idea of what and how the Surefire light looks like when you're not able to see one in person. For more photos that are not shown on this blog, check out my other site here.

For more information on the Surefire E2E check out these links... SureFire E2E-HA Executive Elite and if you're interested in the LED conversion, check this one out... Surefire KL4-BK-WH LED Conversion Head for SureFire E2, E2E, E2O, E2D Flashlights

For other similar Surefire related products that I recommend and some on my wish list, check out these links... SureFire E2D LED Defender, Surefire LX2 LumaMax Dual-Output LED Flashlight, and the SureFire U2 Ultra High Intensity Variable Output LED Flashlight

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