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SureFire – 2211 Polymer Wristlight

Fountain Valley, CA — SureFire LLC, manufacturer of the world’s finest—and most innovative—illumination tools and tactical products, is now shipping the new 2211® Polymer wristlight. The rechargeable SureFire 2211® WristLight is a lightweight, cutting-edge tool that provides hands-free illumination for a broad range of lowlight scenarios. The 2211® is a phenomenal alternative to a headlamp or handheld, and can be used for walking your dog, EDC, and even in conjunction with a firearm.

When strapped to your support-side wrist, the 2211 naturally aligns with a handgun when the weapon is held with a standard two-handed grip, projecting plenty of light for threat identification at close to medium ranges. The WristLight utilizes our MaxVision Beam™ which creates a seamless wall of white light at three output levels: 300, 60, and 15 lumens. The first two output levels provide a tactical advantage by overwhelming an aggressor’s dark-adapted vision. The lowest output level is perfect for tasks that don’t require so much light, such as loading gear. The output series is programmable to go from high to low or from low to high.

www.surefire.com/illumination/wristlights/2211

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8 Responses to “SureFire – 2211 Polymer Wristlight”

  1. Pat Aherne says:

    So, no one bought these when they made them in aluminum, then SF doubles down on stupid and pays for a mould and makes them in polymer. Everything I carry is made by SF, but it’s not because they have a clue.

  2. Scotty C says:

    Nothing like doubling down on Bad Money after Bad Money!!!!

  3. Big_Juju says:

    I’m buying a pair of these for my next rave!

  4. D says:

    They won’t let it die.

  5. jbgleason says:

    Do I get a coupon for that sweet full sleeve tat if I buy one?

  6. JLo says:

    Facepalm.

  7. bloke_from_ohio says:

    For little stuff, a photon mini light mounted to my watch band with bike inner tube (stole the idea from Gearward) is more convenient than the more substantial torch I carry in my pants pocket. Given it is always there, the little light is more convenient than a headlamp I have don’t wear most of the time.

    My homebrew solution gets caught on jackets sometimes, and the “build quality” is not stellar. But, it works fine as an always there task light. It excels when I want to do things like find stuff in a wall locker at night (like the afore mentioned headlamp). It is also nearly perfect for latrine runs as well. It beats “going” by sonar by a long shot.

    Then again my homebrew is $15 bucks and is small enough to coexists with a watch. It is also not meant as a weapons light, because that is silly.