LED Lenser T2 QC 4 Color LED Light

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This is an interesting little light. Retails for $45, uses common AAA batteries (1 set of Duracell included), and has 4 colors available to the user with simple twist selection. It is packaged with a lanyard, instructions, and the aforementioned Duracell batteries all in the familiar LED Lenser cardboard box.

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From the LED Lenser web site: “Why the need for four colors?

White light lends itself to seeing best at night, where objects appear natural in color.

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Red light will maintain your night vision, as well as being useful for signaling.

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Blue is useful for signaling as well, and also for following blood trails if your hunting trip extends past daylight hours or for uniformed professionals.

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Green is an excellent choice for fishing and it increases contrast while viewing objects in low visibility situations, without being as intense as white light.”

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The beam is very diffused without a lot of throw or a defined hot spot. LED Lenser references a “Prism-Diffuser” lens. It works quite well.

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This is one of those lights that evokes the “why does one need this?” response. I would counter with, “why not?” Retails for $45 but less than $40 on many sites. Runs on ubiquitous AAA batteries. Throws a nice floody beam in 4 colors. I have used this one around the house and on dog walks and find it to be a useful lighting tool.

LEDLENSERUSA.COM



Dan M

Love firearms and flashlights – and they go well together. I’ve been admiring and writing about quality flashlights for about 8 years…built my own integrating sphere….done a few mods. Proof positive that a 58 year old can still love toys!


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  • Joe

    Either someone hit post too soon or this goes down as the shortest product review in TFBs history.

  • Andrew

    The product must speak for itself

    • ClintTorres

      A picture is worth a thousand words…apparently.

  • Bob

    It isn’t even a real photo, just a 3D rendering.

  • Steve

    This product has also been out for like a year and a half or more… what’s the story here?

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    OK you convinced me.

  • Edeco

    Yup, totally a flashlight.

  • TexianPatriot

    Must purchase… picture so tantalizing. …..

  • junyo

    You had one job.

  • Dan M

    Sorry guys. Evidently there were some technology problems, but the review is now back in place. There’s a bright side (no pun intended) – it gives every one a chance to demonstrate their witty and pithy comments! 😉

  • Guys WordPress has a glitch that shows it’s ugly and aggravating head from time to time. The review is formatted, proofed and all is well. Then at the right time WordPress post it after deleting the narrative! Nobody is more angry when that happens than me. We have no idea why it does this from time to time. At least we can go back and get a previous auto save and restore it. Sorry—-

  • Dan

    All you need is some techno to blare out of it and a extacy dispenser and you have everything you need for a rave and it fits in your pocket!
    I suppose a strobe function would be needed too

  • The Forty ‘Twa

    I have one of these for when I’m out deer stalking and it works well. No lighting up a patch of hillside three miles away like some other LED Lenser torches do but perfectly adequate for more specialised use and well built.

  • Edeco

    No IR though. ‘be more tactical with IR.

    Also should have UV in case I want to de-germ something for field-surgery, harden resin, or touch up a tan-line.