Surefire Fury DFT - Dual Fuel Tactical LED Flashlight
The “DFT” stands for dual fuel tactical, and represents the natural evolution of our best-selling Fury Tactical flashlight into a single-output 1,500 lumen light that can also function as a searchlight. The dual fuel feature means the light can be powered by either two 123A lithium batteries or a single economical 18650 lithium-ion rechargeable battery. Press or click its tailcap switch for ergonomic, foolproof activation under even the most stressful conditions. Its precision micro-textured reflector shapes a smooth useful beam that is far-reaching, with a bright central
area that is also optimized for situational awareness. The high-strength aerospace-aluminum body and tailcap are knurled for a secure grip and it is Mil-spec hard-anodized to resist abrasion and corrosion, so you never need to baby it.
Features and Benefits of the Surefire Fury DFT
- Virtually indestructible LED emitter regulated to maximize light output and runtime
- Single high output level, strong enough to also serve as a searchlight
- Dual fuel light powered by either two 123A lithium batteries or a single 18650 lithium-ion rechargeable battery*
- Press tailcap slightly for momentary-on, or fully press or click for constant-on
- The high-strength aerospace-aluminum body and tailcap are knurled for a secure grip and it is Mil-spec hard-anodized to resist abrasion and corrosion
- Length: 5.6 inches
- Weight w/Batteries: 6.5 ounces
- Batteries: 1 18650 (included)
- 123A Output: 1,100 Lumens
- 123A Runtime: 2.25 Hours
- 18650 Output: 1,500 Lumens*
- 18650 Runtime: 3.5 Hours
All performance claims tested to ANSI/NEMA FL1-2009 Standard.
*18650 battery required for 1,500 lumen output, 3.5 hours runtime, and 315 meter beam distance.
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Customer Ratings & Reviews
Bright as all get out.
Brighter than my peacekeeper, but not by an extreme amount. I use it on scene at night for search and rescue, which it works well for. Not good for close up stuff. I wish there was a pro version of this. Did experience a drained battery problem ( fresh battery in, sat for a week, went flat with no use), but I haven't been able to reproduce it. Might have been a specific battery.
excellent and bright
The Surefire DFT is a solid and bright flashlight for house/duty use. however, the new surefire orange 18650 batteries DO NOT WORK in this flashlight! The button on top of the battery is smaller and does not reach the contacts. this is disappointing, seeing that surefire makes the batteries, and their black Surefire brand 18650 battery( included with the flashlight) is difficult to find and not on Surefire's website. I own several Surefire lights, including weapon lights, and I trust the brand so this move with the battery leaves me confused. Although you can still use 123a batteries, the flashlight is not as bright when this type is used.
Amazing flashlight! 100 lumens w/just two 123A batteries. Mounted this Surefire Fury DFT on my suppressed Ruger 10/22 for night raccoon hunting. It’s like shooting at high noon.
Best light available
The Surefire Fury DFT is athe Best flashlight on the market, hands down. Sure there are others and cheaper but this flashlight is amazing for anything you could use out in the field.
Lumens baby, lumens
Was “on the job” for 30 years, and there was nothing like this. Started with D cell batteries, and technology came through. This thing is nuclear and only using the enclosed 123a batts. If you’re wearing blue or walking your best friend (4 legged), this is it. My only suggestion would be a pocket clip or lanyard.
Top Quality Light, but Needs a Lanyard Ring
I use my Surefire Fury DFT when I need a light. Outside at night, it is powerful enough to light my surroundings like daylight within about 70 feet. At first, I didn't see the utility of the Intellibeam feature, since I tested it in my house across a large room in daylight, and there was little difference between initial and max output. But, with use, I see that if I'm trying to read a document, the light level is throttled way back to eliminate glare and reflection. The Intellibeam feature works well and provides a very useful function in helping to reduce unnecessary night blindness. The piece is Surefire all the way, and will last longer than I will. Given its cost, I'd feel better with a lanyard ring on it.