Streamlight Jr. F-Stop LED Flashlight Handheld Work Light with Slide Feature
The Streamlight Jr. F-Stop is a worklight that fits in your pocket. It provides a smooth flood beam to illuminate your work area without tiring your eyes. Slide the lens forward for a smooth transition to a spot beam for distance lighting.
- Spot and flood modes:
- Flood: 250 lumens; 38m beam; runs 6 hours (alkaline); runs 10 hours (lithium); 360 candela;
- Spot: 220 lumens; 150m beam; runs 6 hours (alkaline); runs 10 hours (lithium); 5,600 candela
- Powered by two "AA" alkaline batteries (included) or two "AA" lithium batteries
- Push button tail switch - momentary or constant on operation
- Durable, anodized aluminum construction with non-slip knurled grip; unbreakable polycarbonate lens
- IPX4 water resistant; 1 meter impact resistance tested
- Includes nylon holster and removable pocket clip
- 6.5” (16.51 cm); 4.4 oz. (125g)
- Limited lifetime warranty
Customer Ratings & Reviews
Bright, one mode, flood/spot. Streamlight did their research.
Pros: one mode, flood/spot, nice build, not too bulky for EDC. Semi-Cons: button is flush with the housing. I got this to replace my 5-year-old EDC Stylus Pro this past week, but I wanted to share my first impressions. It's a little on the thick side, but that's not too much of an issue. If you carry it in your pocket daily, the button side of the flashlight conveniently sticks out of the pocket for easy access, and the clip is very helpful. The button is flush with the housing, which protects the switch from unwanted ware, but I have found myself almost dropping the flashlight when turning it on. However, I will get accustomed to it as time goes on. The feature I love the most is the flood/spot mode switching. It's a smooth transition that can be done with one hand. In flood mode, it's slightly brighter around the center but barely noticeable. Spot mode is concentrated well with excellent peripheral lighting. Overall, this product seems like the result of Streamlight researching the types of features people want in a flashlight, and I'm thankful for that. If they make a Stylus version, I may switch to that one.
Streamlight designs its flashlight in such a way that it is customized to a particular profession or purpose. Hunters love the Streamlight Stinger series in a compact package for their super-bright results, yet are also rechargeable and almost indestructible. Law enforcement and the shooting community love the Streamlight TLR Series bright light, toughness, and long-lasting quality. Based on the success of the Streamlight TLR-1 light, they have made several newer versions like the Streamlight TLR-2 weapon light with Laser. Now, Streamlight has produced the TLR-3, TLR-4, TLR-6, TLR-7 and TLR-8 tactical flashlights. The Streamlight stylus pro has been designed for those who need a bright LED light in difficulty reaching nooks and crannies, such as the engine interiors that mechanics need to see or the different angles of a crime scene that forensic specialists need to inspect. Whatever the specifications, Streamlight aims to provide you with the best lighting solution possible. The bottom line is this - if you want a flashlight that is there for you every shift, holds a charge all night and puts out plenty of light in police or tactical situations, you can't go wrong with a Streamlight brand light.