The G2X Pro, a polymer-body version of 6PX Pro, uses a high-efficiency LED - virtually immune to failure since there's no filament to burn out or break - that provides two light output levels: a brilliant, penetrating, perfectly pre-focused 200-lumen beam and a 15-lumen low-output setting that lets you greatly extend the runtime per set of batteries, an invaluable option when you find yourself miles from civilization.
Press the tailcap switch for momentary-on low, press further to click constant-on low, return to off and press or click on again within two seconds for high. The tough Nitrolon polymer body is smoothly sculpted for a comfortable, secure grip and resists scratches, abrasion and corrosion.
A polycarbonate micro-textured reflector delivers a comparatively wider beam with generous peripheral light. SureFire also makes a single-output version of this light with a classic tactical tailcap switch, the G2X Tactical.
Reviewed by 2 customers
After ready the reviews I chose the G2X Pro as my first LED light. I LOVE the Hi/Low switch, bright even beam spread, great battery life. Great first LED light. I recommend a G2X Pro to everyone, even if they have another Surefire. Super bright for finding your escaped dog half way down the block and the low setting works great under the hood. This light is one of the lowest priced lights Surefire makes. Thought the CR123 batteries at $2 each would be a problem but kids can't use them in the remote and the 10 year storage life of the lithium makes sense for emergencies. Runs for 2.5 hrs on hi and 45 hrs on low. You could go days without power and still be using the same batteries. The 200 lumen beam equals a 6 volt lantern flashlight but it fits in your pocket. Kind of hard to hold if you have large hands but not a deal breaker.
This is an excellent flashlight, but at the time of this review, Adorama is selling it for [$]You can purchase it directly from the manufacturer (Surefire) or just about any other retailer at its MSRP of only[$]The light offers an extremely bright beam (200 lumens) for about 2 hours on one set of batteries, or a low setting of 15 lumens will last about 45 hours for task work.