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Eagletac D25C Clicky

$69.95

Brand: Eagletac

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Product Description

Flashlight D25C Clicky

Highlights

Pocket flashlight that has an over 100 meter beam and runs on a single CR123A battery. The compact size makes it a great every day carry personal flashlight that fits in a pocket or pack.

What's Included

  • Stainless steel bezel w/ durable dark titanium coating
  • Spare o-rings
  • Polished stainless steel pocket clip
  • User Manual
  • Rigid Nylon Holster w/ self-retention device and flip
  • Mil-Spec Paracord Lanyard w/ quick attachment clip

Features

  • User replaceable glass lens
  • Turbo boost technology
  • Battery reverse polarity protection
  • User removable pocket clip
  • Tail stand

LED

- Cool White

  • CREE XP-G2 R5 LED

Max Output

  • LED lumen: 453
  • ANSI FL-1 lumen: 317

Beam Profile

- XP-G2 R5

  • Center lux: 3,600 lux
  • Center spot angle: 9°
  • Spill light angle: 75°
  • Beam distance: 115 yards / 105 meters

Output and Runtime

XP-G2 R5

  • Led lumen: 349*/228/37/1
  • ANSI FL-1 lumen: 230*/159/25/0.5

 

  • With moon-mode setting disabled, lowest output will increase by about 6 times, to 4 lumen, and the second lowest output will double, to around 65 lumen

Runtime: 0.9/1.6/10/150+ hours

Seven hidden auxiliary outputs

  • Strobe/Strobe(Var)/Flash(Hi)/S.O.S.(Fast)/S.O.S./Becaon/Flash(Low)
* Turbo boost technology is activated every time you turn on at turbo output setting. It offers 20% more power to the LED for the first 200 seconds at turbo mode.

Battery Type

  • 1xCR123A

Compatible battery size (each)

  • Diameter: 16-16.9mm
  • Length: 34-34.9mm

Operating Voltage

  • 0.8V - 3.2V
* Use of a 3.7V battery will damage the operation of the flashlight.

Lens

  • Impact resistance waterwhite glass lens
  • Anti-reflective (AR) coating on both side

LED Circuit

A950RC

  • Efficiency: up to 90%
  • Constant current regulation (non-PWM) for all output modes
  • Turbo boost technology

Body Material

  • HAIII hard anodization aerospace aluminum

Reflector

  • Smooth aluminum reflector

Waterproof

  • IPX-8 standard

Dimensions

Head Dia.
0.78 inches (20 mm)
Body Dia.
0.78 inches (20 mm)
Length:
2.9 inches (75 mm)
Weight: w/o batteries
1 ounce (29 grams)

Operations

  • Basic - Press on the switch button until it clicks to turn on the flashlight. Press the switch again until it clicks to switch off the light.
  • Access output groups 1 & 2 - Tight the head to access group 2 output. Loose the head to access group 1 output.
  • Switch between output level - With the flashlight on, slightly press the switch and release (within 1s) to switch to the next output.
  • Programmable Features - 1) Moonlight output - dim or increase the entire output range of the group 1 output. Toggle this setting starting with head loosen, turn on the light, and then repeat tight and loose for three times. 2) Mode memory (D25C2 Clicky and D25C Clicky only) - remebers the last output in group 1. To toggle this setting, with head tighten, turn on the light, and repeat loose and tight for three times.

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Controls

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Warranty

Ten years performance guaranteed warranty.

Periodically clean the threads and o-rings with a lint free cloth and apply a thin coating of EagleTac synthetic grease to the o-rings and threads. After prolonged exposure to moisture, the head and batteries should be removed, inspected, and dried. Do not touch or attempt to clean the reflector, as it will scratch the reflective coating permanently.

Product Reviews

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  1. Great flashlight Review Rating

    Posted by Pierre-Marc on 18th Jan 2016

    I think I've finally found a great replacement for the Leatherman Serac S3 I've lost! I was looking for a pocket sized flashlight with a clip, that's both bright and can be used with only one hand. This is the perfect match.

    Great flashlight, great price and thanks to Mack Outdoors for the quick processing and shipping it all the way across Canada!

  2. Impressed Review Rating

    Posted by Mark on 20th Jan 2015

    The only reason I purchased this light was mainly to see what all the fuss was about. I found out very quickly indeed, that it was justified. As others have stated, very bright for the size. I opted for the neutral white, which is a nice clean beam. I wouldn't say warm, but definitely not cool white. I like the clicky operation, it's very 'one hand' friendly and the modes suite me fine.
    All in, I was impressed with this little dynamo and would recommend it to anyone looking for good versatility in a small package.

  3. Really bright pocket size light Review Rating

    Posted by Roy MacTavish on 3rd Aug 2013

    This is my first EagleTac light and I must say I'm more than impressed. Don't let the size fool you, this light is very bright! In the regular mode the high setting will light a room to a comfortable level. My neighbors yard is about 50 meters away and this light will light up the entire back yard well enough to see everything! I'm very impressed. The moon light mode is great for reading in bed without waking up your partner. Toss it in your pocket and you'll forget it's there because of its size and weight. The case is very tough and durable.

  4. Great EDC flashlight Review Rating

    Posted by Unknown on 9th Apr 2013

    My son lost my Fenix pd20 and I decided to give Eagletac a try since they have been getting good reviews. So far I love the brightness and the size, it is a lot thinner than all the cr123 flashlights I have tried. As the other reviewer said it is annoying when you hit the special modes by accident, I am hoping I will get used to it.

  5. Great flashlight, reasonable price Review Rating

    Posted by Unknown on 3rd Oct 2012

    Plenty bright (~300 OTF Lumens) on max setting with very useful moonlight mode and a number of settings in between. Light weight and well built. Only issue I have is the special modes are too easy to trigger. I would prefer to have a way to disable them. Otherwise highly recommended.