SureFire unveils durable LED wrist light

The compact, wrist-worn light uses a proprietary reflector that shapes the LED light into a wide beam ideal for close-range tasks


By Police1 Staff

SureFire, LLC has recently unveiled the 2211X WristLight – a lightweight wearable light the company says was developed after years of input from active duty law enforcement officers and other users.

The compact, wrist-worn light uses a proprietary reflector that shapes the LED light into a wide beam ideal for close-range tasks.

The compact, wrist-worn light uses a proprietary reflector that shapes the LED light into a wide beam ideal for close-range tasks.
The compact, wrist-worn light uses a proprietary reflector that shapes the LED light into a wide beam ideal for close-range tasks. (Photo courtesy SureFrie)

The 2211X WristLight has three settings: 300, 60, and 15 lumens, which can be turned on using a push-button switch.

The 2211X is constructed from a durable, lightweight polymer that is impact-resistant and is non-conductive. An adjustable rugged nylon wristband keeps the light secure to the user’s wrist. It’s powered by a single 123A lithium battery and can provide up to 13 hours of light.

MSRP is $169. For more information, visit SureFire.com.

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