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iPROTEC's Green Laser/LED Light Combo is ideal for those who want to be ready for an emergency anytime of the day or night. Cree Q5 LED light boasts a 60-lumen output that allows you to see your target in low-light conditions. Laser delivers a 30mm-dia. spot at 30 meters so you can be sure of your target. Mounts quickly and easily to a standard Picatinny rail. Powered by three 1/3N lithium batteries (Energizer type 2L76 included). 20-minute continuous run time for both the laser and light, 120 minutes laser only and 50 minutes light only.
1.75"L x 1.75"W x 1.5"H.
Wt: 1.6 oz.
Item number#: IK-715029

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Do not shine this directly into someone’s eye. 60 lumens, damn.


A tlr model isn't that much more and seems 100x better

60 lumens?

The power LED on my laptop puts out more light than that.

WTF is this stupidity?

If you want to save $20 over the AWESOME already proven sleekly designed Streamlight TLR-6 and have a fetish for overly angular blobs of plastic designed on what looks like a transformer that used to be a camaro concept while giving up 40 lumens then get this!

Tempting but isn't 60 lumens a bit on the weak side?

I was thinking about getting this since I am a sucker for picking up extras when they are on closeout for half the price everyone else is asking for it. After some research I am going to restrain. Seems to have weak reviews. The design is not very cooperative with the switch locations. It also uses uncommon batts quickly that are pricey. I wanted to put one on my R pistol build but I could not find any reviews mentioning how well this held zero on a rifle app. The low placement of the laser will play into your zero more when changing distance too. But that price is tempting...

just purchase mine i can't wait to use it and abuse it..

Fantastic light for the price. I’d recommend.

I have a couple iProtec lights on a couple rifle ad pistol and I have been more than happy with them. They so far have held up well under the recoil of .223, 7.62x39 and 9mm. Nice and bright and seem decent for the price.

Looks like Amazon has this for 66.00 dollars.

not sure where you find it, on Amazon it costs ~$140 as of today

Anyone have experience with these? Thinking about it for my AR pistol for home

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