New Wrist Flashlight from SureFire

Richard Johnson
by Richard Johnson
SureFire 2211

SureFire expanded their line of wrist worn flashlights by introducing the model 2211X WristLight. These new lights are based on the original 2211 model, but uses a polymer body instead of an aluminum one. This helps reduce the suggested retail price from $495 to $169.

The 2211X uses a wide beam and is rated at 300 lumens. The lumen rating is an increase from the original 200 lumens. SureFire lists the runtime as 90 minutes on high using a single CR123A battery. SureFire does not state these measurements are done according to the ANSI/NEMA FL-1 standards, but do list the runtime as “until output drops below 10% of maximum output at this setting.”

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