SureFire's 2211 is a variable-output LED WristLight. That means it won't just illuminate the time as you walk home from your one night stand, but will also alight the entire path in front of you as you stroll it (or skip or skulk it, depending on how pleased you are with the score). The WristLight incorporates a virtually indestructible, high-performance LED capable of outputting a wide, 200-lumen beam for 75 minutes solid at its highest setting. Developed in conjunction with active-duty cops, the 2211 is also an ambidextrous watch designed with ergonomic pushbuttons for quick and easy functional access. So when I wake up with the munchies in the middle of the night and yell, "Fridge!" my WristLight will be on and blazing even before my partner Cornelius can add, "Hands in the air!"
The 2211 watch case is made of lightweight, hard-anodized aerospace aluminum attached to an adjustable nylon band. It is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with its own built-in LED fuel gauge programmed to alert the wearer when it's time to re-juice (via an included USB cable.) SureFire says it created the WristLight "for the streets" but it will suit anyone in need of a hands-free, tactical-level illumination tool. The watch can also serve as a handgun light when used with a normal firing stance.
White light LED output settings and run times are as follows:
- High: 200.0 lumens for 1.25 hours
- Medium: 60.0 lumens for 4 hours
- Low: 15.0 lumens for 13.0 hours
- Tactical Runtime: 1 hour
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