SureFire 6PX Pro Dual-Output LED Flashlight
The new SureFire 6PX Pro Dual-Output LED Flashlight is a standout amongst the most effective available today. With no fiber as with conventional brilliant globules, it is verging on safe to disappointment. The light created by the LED offers two settings of 600 lumens for an entering, splendid light that is engaged or 15 lumens that permits you to explore effectively oblivious for a long time on the off chance that you have to discover a trail. The tailcap switch offers you the capacity to begin at the low setting and afterward with a tick or two go to the high setting when required.
The holder is made from high quality aviation aluminum that is smooth, agreeable, lightweight, and exceptionally impervious to scraped areas, consumption, scratches and low effects.
A polycarbonate smaller scale textured reflector conveys a nearly more extensive shaft with liberal fringe light. We additionally make a polymer-body rendition of this light, the SureFire G2X Pro, and a solitary yield form with a strategic tailcap switch, the Surefire 6PX Tactical.
Features and Benefits of the Surefire 6PX Pro:
- For all intents and purposes indestructible LED emitter controlled to amplify light yield and runtime
- Two yield levels—high for greatest light, low for broadened runtime
- Accuracy smaller scale textured reflector makes smooth, enhanced shaft
- Intense polycarbonate window opposes sway
- High-quality aviation aluminum body, Mil-Spec hard-anodized for amazing toughness
- Double yield tailcap click switch—press for fleeting on low, click for consistent on low, come back to off then press or snap again for high
- Weatherproof—O-ring and gasket fixed
- Incorporates high-vitality 123A batteries with 10-year timeframe of realistic usability
The distinction between inferior quality and premium Hand-Held Flashlight is undeniable. At MSP, we only offer Rings and Flashlights from the most trusted brands like Surefire. Buy with confidence that we stand behind the product we sell.
|High||600 Lumens / 1.5 hours*|
|Low||15 lumens / 52.0 hours*|
Customer Ratings & Reviews
This is a very well made high-quality flashlight.
This is a very well made high-quality flashlight. It is effortless to use, and the dual intensity output is useful when you don't need the full 600 lumens. At full power, though, this light can light up the night, better than comparable Streamlights I own. The aluminum body is solid and should stand up to a lot of abuse. If you want instant full brightness, you may want to consider the Surefire 6PX Tactical. However this versatile light does give you a couple of options depending upon your needs.
The SureFire 6PX Pro light is brighter
The SureFire 6PX Pro light is brighter than one of those clumsy 1 million candle power rechargeable lights. Its most significant advantage over them is it is so perfectly focused that it can shine further with only a 1.25 " bezel. I have a cattle ranch, and I use it for checking cows at night during calving time, and it is nice to have so much light in such a small package with no 12V plug wires to get tangled in. I use it while driving around on my ATV at night, and it can illuminate a cow 100 yards away with no problem. The low beam is excellent for little things close up, and even on low, it is ten times brighter than my little two-cell AA Maglite that I used to carry. It is such a white-colored beam that it seems to penetrate through fog or haze better without much glare. It is an excellent investment if you like no-frills but right-solid products. The tube diameter is exactly 1 inch for anybody who wants to mount it on a gun, which is the next thing I am going to do with it.
My Surefire 6px pro review
My third Surefire product. I am pretty much completely sold on this brand now. This is my first hand-held (i.e., not weapon-mounted). Solid! Operation of this light is perfect: holding with hand up in defensive position (palm down, elbow/forearm up), one gently toggles it on to low (with partial thumb depression on switch (which is on the axial end)) and then lightly lets up and gently depresses a second time for high. Perfect. I walk the dogs early in the morning (3 am to 4 am-ish) and needed more illumination. Sure, I could have opted to carry a firearm out and use the light on it... but I don't want to walk around with a gun unholstered just for great light. This light is just what I wanted and needed. Unreserved five stars. Are these guys publicly traded? If so, I'm buying some stock. This is the kind of company for whom I would be proud to work.
Well built and bright.
The surefire 6px pro is well built and very bright. Its small size makes it easy to carry. I bought it when it was on sale. They can be pricey, but they are a quality product.
Great light, Tough & Bright
I use the Surefire 6px pro for hunting and also during travel. The choices of light level allow balancing between battery life and genuinely fantastic light output. The compact size is great for pocket carry. The light level is good enough for close-range defensive temporary blinding of an attacker. TSA has never given me grief over the light because it doesn't have the accentuated crenelations on the bezel. I would buy it again.
Surefire 6px pro is Great Flashlight
My son has this light, and when I told him I wanted a "Good" flashlight, I suggested I get this one. I'm here to tell you, and I love this light. It a very well built. I've dropped it on the floor from a height of over 5 feet twice and cringed each time. The first time I just knew the bulb probably broke. I picked it up, pressed the button, and there was no damage. When I take my dog out at night, I usually leave it on low. But on occasion put it on high, and the 320 lumens light up the whole back yard. I'm thrilled I purchased this light.
The surefire 6px pro is MY EDC Light
After using a led cheapy light for IDPA & general use, I sprung for this the urefire 6px pro. My god, is it bright. I've dropped mine(while on)in the muck waters of a duck pond, onto a hard concrete surface, and it still works. If you are downrange of this light, it will temporarily blind whoever it's pointed at, which makes it a great tac light. The best thing is it's got a lockout mode on the twist cap so you don't accidentally turn it on...and it's a single mode light.
Surefire 6px pro is a very well made
high-quality product. It is effortless to use, and the dual intensity output is useful when you don't need the full 200 lumens. At full power, though, this light can light up the night, better than comparable Streamlights I own. The aluminum body is solid and should stand up to a lot of abuse. If you want instant full brightness, you may want to consider the Surefire 6PX Tactical, however this versatile light does give you a couple of options depending upon your needs.