Surefire KX9T LED Conversion Turbohead
SKU #: SF-KX9T
The KX9T LED head converts certain SureFire nine-volt incandescent flashlights and WeaponLights (models listed below) into single-output LED illumination tools that generate 1,000 lumens of blinding white light. The single-output KX9T features a Turbohead Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens that produces a tight, extended-reach beam that penetrates the darkness. Because this type of beam may be desired over a wider beam with less reach for some applications, the KX9T can also be used on certain nine-volt LED WeaponLights (models listed below) to create a single-output beam with increased reach and output. In addition, the KX9T can be used to convert dual-spectrum M500V and M900V LED WeaponLights into higher-output, white-light-only systems with extended-reach capability. Constructed of hard-anodized aerospace aluminum, the rugged KX9T is O-ring sealed to keep out moisture, dust, and dirt. It installs in seconds—simply remove the existing incandescent or LED head and screw on the KX9T head. Available in Black.
M3, M3T, M6
M97x/M98x Millennium Universal WeaponLights
M5xxAB/M5xxB/M500LT/M500V Dedicated Forend WeaponLights
M900AB/M910A/M910AB/M900L/M900V Vertical Foregrip WeaponLights
Virtually indestructible LED generates 1,000 lumens of blinding white light; produces tactical-level lighting for 1.7 hours
Fits 3- and 6-battery 9-volt incandescent and LED flashlights and WeaponLights (models listed above)
Turbohead TIR lens creates a single-output, extended-reach beam that penetrates the darkness
Construction—high-strength aerospace aluminum with Mil-Spec hard anodizing; coated, tempered window
O-ring sealed for weatherproofing
Available in Black
Max Output: 1000 lumens
Tactical Runtime: 1.7 hours
Bezel diameter: 2.5 inches
I would recommend this item to a friend.
March 23, 2014
I have a M910 on my Duty Rifle. It came with a 150 Lumen beam. I swapped the head of the original with this and it now puts out 700 Lumens... It's almost "Too" bright. It is something that within the distances inside of a home or even the typical yard you would not want to try to look past the light for a shot. In a tactical situation I would strongly recommend it. On the range, guys 3 stalls either side didn't need to use their own lights.
Cons:Almost too bright... It will back light... I'll adjust and keep it.
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