SureFire P2XD Fury Defender LED Flashlight
SKU #: SF-P2XD-A-BK
SureFire’s P2XD Fury Defender is a single-output version of our dual-output, pocket-sized Fury searchlight, and it also features a crenellated Strike Bezel® that can be used as a last line of defense in an emergency. Its precision micro-textured reflector shapes the light from its high-performance LED into a smooth, far-reaching 600-lumen beam with a bright central area that can temporarily blind an aggressor. Activation is quick and intuitive—a necessity in a self-defense flashlight. Just cover the pushbutton tailcap switch with your thumb and press for momentary-on activation; press further to click it into constant on mode. The Fury Defender’s high-strength aerospace aluminum body is smoothly sculpted for a comfortable, secure grip in all kinds of weather, and, it’s hard anodized to military specifications for extreme use under extreme, high-stress situations.
76% Recommend this product (19 of 25 responses)
By Jimmy James
November 26, 2015
Super light, super bright
I see this light is not even cataloged by SF anymore. I originally wanted one of these lights to mount on an AR M4 carbine. Wanted 500 lumens and a clicky switch. Never got around to doing that but used my G2X Pro for the first time this year in the woods after dark coming back from my tree stand and decided I needed more light. Had the P2X Fury Defender in the drawer and deployed it on my next hunting trip in the woods. Wow what a difference 300 more lumens makes. I also have a P3X but this light is plenty bright. Came in handy just the other night on a blood trail to a deer my buddy shot. His feeble light wouldnt pick up the blood like this light would. This one is staying with my deer hunting gear. Will purchase another for my carbine. Highly recommended.
ProsBright, compact, reliable and lifetime warranty
ConsPrice but cry once buy once...only problem here is you will want another one.
By El Conquistador
September 19, 2014
Exactly what I needed!
I needed a bright, yet compact flashlight, and after searching and comparing for days, I chose the Surefire Fury Defender.....I do not regret this choice.....This is a very bright flashlight, easy to hold and manipulate........Good price for a reputable company..
ProsBright and compact.
September 18, 2014
With 500 lumens of output, this is a great light. I like that Surefire came out with a D (Defender) version with a crenelated bezel. This is my new house light. What would make this light better is a two stage (Hi/Lo output) version with the first stage being high output, like the E2DL series and unlike the Pro version of this light (Lo/Hi).
ProsHigh output. One handed operation (click switch). Rugged construction. Crenelated bezel for defensive use. Larger head/lens casts a wide beam.
ConsSmooth textured body doesn't give as positive a grip as the older style knurled bodied SF lights.
By Larry Fairless
September 17, 2014
Small but blinding bright. Works great.
Puget Sound, WA
September 7, 2014
LAPoliceGear is #1
I'm rural, so having enough light when walking the dogs is a necessity. This light is compact so it slips in a back pocket; bright enough to light up anything I need to identify out past a hundred yards; offers good battery life; is on at full lumens so there is no wasted time with low settings; the brand instills confidence that it will work every time; and it offers durability unsurpassed by other lights. In the house its light possesses warm tones that do not reflect unduly off painted walls; is not so bright so as to degrade vision at night, but it insures that if I light you up you will become disoriented. I lied this light so much I bought 2. And remember friends, one is none and two is one, even if it is a Surefire.
ProsI've been a dedicated Surefire user since owning that little incandescent 25 or 40 lumen Outdoorsman and I have constantly upgraded because I like their lights. As a Contractor, I have never worn one out I just give them new homes. I diverted to several other popular brands and ditched them for poor performance, short battery life, and in the case of the last one - when I had an emergency outdoor life and death issue and needed light it made electrical noises, blinked off and I had to shake it every few seconds to keep it on. That light almost spent the rest of its life at the bottom of my pond.
ConsA flashlight is a tool and the fact is you will need 3 or 4 Surefire lights to make your life easier. I use a Back Up for work, the 350 lumen version of this light in a fanny pack, a 750 lumen M6 under the bed (conversion head), and the 1000 lumen M6 for seriously lighting up potential bad guys on the property. The only potential beef I have with the Company is that they are making their lights in such a manner that the heads can't be removed. For example, I took the little 1 cell outdoorsman and screwed the first Back UP head on it for my wife. When they upgraded the Back Up to 110 lumens I screwed that head on instead, and I made sure she had the "clicky" she wanted. Sweet! Some people have tried to use Malkoff's heads to tailor performance and it SEEMS Surefire is engineering their lights to avoid end user tinkering. Fair enough, if you want one of those other lights - go buy one, I'll see you on the flip side.
July 31, 2014
Love how the light has only one High setting, tactile momentary one and constant on.
ConsA little wide around bezel
Inks Lake State Park, Texas
May 8, 2014
Vwry bright and rugged
This light is exactly what I needed and wanted. I wanted a very bright tactical light that was rugged and reliable. Buying a Surfside took take care of the rugged/reliable part; I've owned dozens of Surefire lights and none of them have let me down. This light has a "clickie" type which I prefer for a tacticall ligreat as well as a single brightness setting which is also preferable.
ProsRugged, reliable. Bright but focused beam. Clickie tailcap. Single brightness setting.
ConsThe crennelated bezel has a tendency to snag on clothing.
By George N
San Jose, CA
May 5, 2014
All the Light You will Need
A ton of light with intensity options. Feels good in your hand and you can take this into about any situation with confidence.
May 5, 2014
Love this product
Love this flashlight used it for numerous locations
April 26, 2014
Surefire as sure as always
Great flashlight. Really bright! Love the look of astonishment I get from friends when they see so much light coming from a small flashlight. Enjoyed doing business with surefire and LA police gear. Cheapest price online!!!
March 10, 2014
Great gp/weaponlight all around.
While I kind of miss the old SF light days of the 6P series and others (modular like LEGOs), I do like the Fury and Ultra lights. For the money you get a great light that has decent throw while substantial spill. The only thing I would recommend anyone getting this if for edc or duty use is the RCS pocket clip. The Fury Defender is a great light but like the original 6P it lacks a pocket clip. You can always get a belt pouch, but sometimes you may find yourself not wearing one and just having a clip is nice. Even though I try not to only focus on lumens I have to admit this light is very bright, there may be others that on paper are slightly brighter but SF customer service is a great for me to want to support a company that turns out a good product. LAPG had a great price, fast shipping and had other items I wanted all in stock.
Pros- Bright light, good balance of throw and spill. - For the price you can't beat the performance and construction. - Great light for handheld applications and doubles great as a weaponlight for your rifle.
Cons- You have to buy a aftermarket pouch or clip for retention.
March 10, 2014
Extremely bright light from a small source!
ProsSatisfied with everything about the light!
ConsHaven't noticed any yet with the light, but a polymer holster that protects the lens would be great!
By Rick Brown
February 23, 2014
Absolutely the best and brightest light I have ever owned or handled. Blows away the knockoffs.
January 1, 2014
Great light, very durable.
December 23, 2013
Surefire delivers as usual
Great design and 500 lumens. Definitely a keeper as the tail switch is a clicky and will not accidentally turn on like the lesser surefire lights.
Pros- 500 lumens and still remains cool - long battery life of a real 1.5 hours - great for outdoor use and tactical applications - all aluminum body and bezel with scratch resistant anodizing - very broad focus and will light up a wide area with decent throw
Cons- worth noting that this particular bezel model is not ideal for tactical weapon mounting as the sharp strike bezel will hang up on gear and obstacles. Recommend a scout light or if budget cannot handle the $400 then recommend the standard non-Strike bezel. - not as much throw distance as the 200 lumen scout light but trade off being wider coverage - I find this a little too bright for tactical use indoors as the 500 lumens is not very effective if around reflective objects or mirrors (even white walls) as the bright wide beam. Again, the surefire 300 lumen model bests this one as an indoor search light but this unit is amazing outdoors and maybe occasionally indoors. Surefire is getting into even the 1000 lumen ranges and though these have uses the trade off is that they are becoming impractical for indoor uses.
4 Questions & 5 Answers
from Minneapolis asked:
July 31, 2015
What is the average battery life for this model?
The Runtime is 1.5 hrs using Surefire's batteries, so it would really depend on how much you use the flashlight to calculate that out.
on July 31, 2015
from California asked:
July 30, 2015
Surefire website says this light is 600 lumens, but every other site I find it on says it is 500 lumens. Can you confirm how many lumens the lights you have in stock are? If 500, can you get the 600?
I had my warehouse associate set the 500 Lumen versions aside and those will be sold at a closeout price, so now you can be sure that you will receive the 600 lumen model when paying full price for this one. We'll have the site updated within a day or two to reflect those changes.
on July 30, 2015
from Pilot Point, Texas asked:
September 30, 2013
Does this have strobe?
No, the Surefire P2X Fury Defender does not have a strobe feature.
on September 30, 2013
This light does not have a strobe feature.
on September 30, 2013
from vancleave ms asked:
August 24, 2013
how many yards will shine
I'm not sure, but it will light up the building across the street from the station. The building is probably about 40-45 yards away.
on August 26, 2013
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