[SHOT 2016] SureFire FirePak and 2211

SureFire released their new cell phone case earlier this month. The case will dock with the FirePak. The FirePak has two LEDs and puts out a whopping 1500 lumens. The FirePak can also act as a phone charger backup battery. SureFire has an app that you use to pair the FirePak via Bluetooth. The app will allow you to control the FirePak. You can pair it as a flash for your camera. You can set the FirePak and control its brightness remotely. MSRP is $249 for the FirePak.


The two vertical protrusions slide and interface with the phone case.  Right now they only have cases for iPhone 6/6S and Samsung Galaxy S5 phones. However you do not need the case to use the light, There is a slider switch on the side that controls the brightness of the light. And you could still use the FirePak app without the case.



SureFire has been changing their 2211 series of lights. I have the Luminox version. The one on the left is mine and the one on the right is the newer version. The new 2211 doesnt have a TIR lens but rather a reflector like that of the Titan AAA and XC1 lights. The body has changed. Mine has a taller bottom. The new one has a thinner base and it is polymer.





They also changed the 2211 and made it polymer with a single switch for activation.IMG_8680 IMG_8679



By making it in polymer, they can reduce the price now to $229. Compared to the aluminum version which is $450.


Nicholas C

Co-Founder of KRISSTALK forums, an owner’s support group and all things KRISS Vector related. Nick found his passion through competitive shooting while living in NY. He participates in USPSA and 3Gun. He loves all things that shoots and flashlights. Really really bright flashlights.

Any questions please email him at nicholas.c@staff.thefirearmblog.com


  • UVB76

    Any new Hellfighter mods or accessories Nick?

    • Nicholas Chen

      Sadly no.

  • raz-0

    can we stop with all the bluetooth flashlights? Please? Or at least stop it until someone has though up an actual, compelling feature set rather than just try to market their way to a new must have feature.

    • DirtDiver9

      Have you seen the new lights from Foursevens that use bluetooth? They have actual uses…and are actually lights, and are actually affordable.

      • raz-0

        Yes I have, and I’ll argue the usefulness. They also currently have hoards of pissed of pre order customers who got the lights, and are wondering where the apps are.

  • ClintTorres

    Grossly overpricing your products is a Surefire way to lose out on sales.

  • miamic70

    $249.00 for a phone case, “only” $229.00 for ugly ass watch!!!! Why is all thier stuff so damn expensive. Expect cheap Chinese knock offs in 3,2,1…

  • DirtDiver9

    The more I see Surefire make stuff, the more I wonder if someone there has lost their mind. I haven’t seen anything “good” come out of Surefire in so many years, at this point I expect this type of junk.

    Seriously, this looks like a joke. It’s gotta be a joke, for Surefire’s sake.