What do you think of this beast from SureFire? It’s definitely solid and you’ve gotta love the MaxBlast mode which pumps it up to 2400 lumens. The field gauge feature is pretty handy as well. Does anyone have any field experience with it?
SureFire’s UDR Dominator is a powerful man-portable light, capable of outputting upwards of 2400 lumens of white light, ideal for military, border security, and maritime applications, or any mission where a portable white-light spotlight or searchlight is necessary. Featuring a body constructed of aerospace aluminum which is Mil-Spec hard anodized, the Dominator comes in at just under 12 inches in length and is O-ring and gasket sealed to keep out moisture, dirt, and dust. Users can switch between 8 output levels, with the lowest at 15 lumens. A strobe mode is also included with the Dominator.
The LED emitter on the Dominator is “virtually indestructible”, and is microprocessor regulated to maximize output and runtime. The window is coated and tempered to resist impact and thermal shock while maximizing light transmission. The precision reflector creates an extended-range beam.
A three separate push button head switch allows users to switch between constant-on, momentary-on, or MaxBlast modes, the later of which always delivers the maximum 2400 lumens output on every setting on the 11-position selector ring except for the off/disable position. The UDR Dominator is powered either by an included rechargeable Lithium-ion battery or twelve 123A batteries via the ‘battery magazine’. Users can charge the Dominator using either an included 120 volt wall charger, or 12 volt DC/car charger. A 3-color LED indicator, dubbed the “fuel gauge”, lets users know the current battery level of their Dominator.