EagleTac T20C2 Mark II 720 Lumen XM-L T6 Upgraded to XM-L U2

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EagleTac T20C2 MKII XM-L T6 720 Lumen Flashlight + Batt EagleTac T20C2 - MSRP $110 The T20C2 XM-L is the next generation in cutting edge flashlight technology. Rated at an incredible 720 lumens with 580 ANSI FL-1 Lumen, The EagleTac T20C2 XM-L is the brightest in its class. This flashlight is ideal for both First Responders and the general public.

New to the T20C2
CREE XM-L T6 LED, featuring C2100 circuit w/ turbo boost technology
LED Lumen output: 720 (XM-L)
ANSI FL-1 Lumen output: 580 (XM-L)
Recent upgrades to the T20C2 MKII include:
-New rear switch mechanism and tail boot
-Redesigned detachable stainless steel clip, titanium coated, secured by clip ring
-Revised user interface (see instructions below)
The New TURBO BOOST technology with the C2100 Light Engine delivers 4 levels of output - 720 Lumen TURBO "BOOST" for three minutes, then drops to 1.5a/500 Lumen standard high to extend runtime. Switching the light off/on will reset TURBO Boost Mode
LED Lumen: 12/105/460/720 ANSI FL-1 Lumnen: 10/90/370/580 Runtime 100+ hr/10 hrs/1.5 hrs Strobe (9.5 Hz)/Slow-Blink (2 Hz)/SOS: 2.5/2.4/5.8 hours Lux @ 1meter: XM-L T6 LED: 7700 lux Three levels of output activated by twisting the Head/Bezel Three levels output, activate by twisting bezel Optional tactical strobe mode (disabled from factory), operated by pressing rear switch twice Stainless steel bezel Syntax ultra-clear glass lens w/ harden and AR coating Type III finish / aerospace tough aluminum Low orange peel reflector for maximum output and a pleasing beam Gold plates on all contacts Superior tactical knurling and griping aerodynamic Protrude tactical 0", bezel diameter 1.3", length 5.5", weight 4.25oz. Battery: Two CR123A lithium batteries or one 18650 Li-ion (button-top cells only) Operating Voltage Range: 2.7V to 9V

Operation: (Non-Tail Strobe Version)

Press lightly for momentary on/off or press and Change to UI: To reach low and auxiliary modes; start from general/med mode (head loosened) and double twist tight then loose to access low and auxiliary modes. Continue the double twist until you reach the desired mode.

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