Princeton Tec Tec-2 Flashlight

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Princeton Tec
Princeton Tec Tec-2 Flashlight
Key Features
  • 250 Lumens
  • White LED
  • Push-Button Tailcap Switch
  • Momentary & Constant-On Activation
It couldn't be easier to pack and carry, but the Tec-2 Flashlight from Princeton Tec performs like a bigger light, with a bright 250-lumen spot beam controlled by a two-stage push-button tailcap switch. The Tec-2's polymer-coated metal housing has a diameter of 1", so it fits many common adapters. It is IPX7-rated for water resistance and submersible to 3.3' for up to 30 minutes. Powered by two CR123 batteries, it has a total runtime of 3 hours.
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Princeton Tec Tec-2 Flashlight

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Princeton Tec Tec-2 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Light Performance
  • 3Switching
  • 4Construction Details

It couldn't be easier to pack and carry, but the Tec-2 Flashlight from Princeton Tec performs like a bigger light, with a bright 250-lumen spot beam controlled by a two-stage push-button tailcap switch. The Tec-2's polymer-coated metal housing has a diameter of 1", so it fits many common adapters. It is IPX7-rated for water resistance and submersible to 3.3' for up to 30 minutes. Powered by two CR123 batteries, it has a total runtime of 3 hours.

Light Performance

  • 250 lumens
  • 3-hour runtime

Switching

  • Tailcap push button
  • Momentary & constant-on

Construction Details

  • Polymer-coated metal housing
  • 1" diameter fits many common adapters/holders
  • IPX7-rated water resistant
  • Runs on two CR123 batteries
UPC: 795626023631

Princeton Tec Tec-2 Specs

General
Lumen Output1 Level: 250 Lumens
Illumination Source1 x LED
Weapon MountableYes
Power
Estimated Runtime3 Hours
Battery Type2 x CR123A
Physical
Material of ConstructionPlastic
Water ResistanceWaterproof, IPX7
Weight4.2 oz / 120 g
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