LED Lenser T2 QC 4 Color LED Light

    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.



    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.


    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.


    Dan M

    Love firearms and flashlights – and they go well together. I’ve been admiring and writing about quality flashlights for about 10 years…built my own integrating sphere….done a few mods. Proof positive that a 60 year old can still love toys!