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PFlexPRO Convoy L2 HAIII 1400+ Lumen Forward Clicky -22 Mode Group LED Flashlight
PFlexPRO Convoy L2 HAIII 1400+ Lumen Forward Clicky -22 Mode Group LED Flashlight


 
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Our Price: $115.00


Product Code: PFP-L2-4.2-FC


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Description Technical Specs
 
PFlexPRO L2 4.2A with 22 user selectable Mode Groups and adjustable High Output step down -Fully Potted
PFlexPRO / Convoy L2 Ultimate build -This light is a beast! With an XML2 emitter, the throw is amazing but with the XPL HI emitter, the throw is insane!
The L2 is designed as a 26650 flashlight -the reason for a 26650 battery is high capacity. The problem is, many 26650 batteries are similar in capacity to an 18650. The higher capacity 26650 batteries are quite long and usually will not fit an L2. I have machined a step into the tail cap so the battery can actually extend slightly beyond the battery tube. This tail cap recess along with a solid contact in the head means it can take the longest 26650 battery with capacities over 5000mah. It can even take a 26700 battery!
With such high battery capacities and the L2's massive head, the light has no problem running at 4.2A continuously.
Because the battery compartment size has been increased, the shorter 65mm batteries are not compatible, but why would you want to use a low capacity 26650 battery anyway.
PFlexPRO / Convoy L2 build -fully potted with a solid copper 20mm MCPCB, HAIII, with your choice of emitters
This flashlight has great thermal properties and is one of the best performers period.
Modes groups are user selectable using just the switch (see specifications for available mode groups)
Automation wire (robotics) is used to bypass the switch spring (more durable than a braided spring)
1400+ lumens with XML2 U4-1A emitter (output varies with emitter choice)
Throw: XML2 -over 600 meters XPL HI over 800 meters!
Choice of XM-L2, XP-L and XP-L HI emitters
Includes an EVVA 26650 5200mah battery and adapter rings to use a 67+mm 18650 battery.

Click here to read about 'Enhanced Forward Clicky Switch'

See photo 5 for size comparisons...the L2 is in the center and a C8 is just to the right.

Verify that your charger will handle a 26650 battery -most 18650 chargers will. The charging is the same as an 18650, it just takes a larger diameter slot to fit the 26650 battery. If you need a charger, there is an option for the XTar VC2 Plus charger that will charge a wide range of batteries, including 18650, 26650 and even NiMH AA and AAA batteries.

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