SureFire Launches New Weaponlight With Auto–Adjusting Intellibeam Technology!

Fountain Valley, CA — SureFire, LLC, manufacturer of the world’s finest—and most innovative—illumination tools and tactical products, has launched their new M600IB Intellibeam ™ ScoutLight®. The revolutionary M600IB utilizes SureFire’s proprietary IntelliBeam™ Technology—an intelligent sensor and microprocessor-based system that continuously evaluates the environment where the beam is aimed—to automatically adjust the light output to the optimal level, anywhere between 100 and 600 lumens. So you always get just the right amount of light for the taskat hand, based on your surroundings! Inside, in close quarters, you get less light, to eliminate light splashing back into your eyes. Outside, or with longer distances, you get maximum output.

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8 Responses to “SureFire Launches New Weaponlight With Auto–Adjusting Intellibeam Technology!”

  1. SamHill says:

    I got the intellibeam fury and it’s pretty cool so far, haven’t used it too much. This one looks like it would be nice for people using rifles indoors, blinding yourself accidentally would be one less thing to have to worry about.

  2. jjj0309 says:

    Auto–adjusting output for torches? Now that’s game changing. Eager to see this new technology spread to industry in future and other competitors like Fenix introduce it.

    • bobX says:

      Yep, I also am eager to see more Chinese companies steal and copy American innovation. Because I’m cheap and shortsighted.

      • jjj0309 says:

        I’m perfectly fine with that when it’s used with fair lisence.

        • bobX says:

          Glad you’re fine with undermining American innovation and jobs so you can save a buck. Hopefully Wal-Mart will have them in stock.

          • jjj0309 says:

            If you think fair lisence is undermining, I don’t know what to tell.

            • bobX says:

              If you’d prefer to bolster the economy of a near peer adversary by purchasing products made by what is pretty close to slave labor when a clear American alternative exists, I know exactly what to tell you.

              • jjj0309 says:

                bobX, I think you’ve gone too far with this. I understand your point and loyalty but I am not American or Chinese. I prefer American made products of course, but I believe in free market competition under fair use also. I don’t have any particular preference on Chinese products beside the price.
                Calm down and think rationally. You’re enforcing American protective trade logic onto some random Korean man.