SureFire P2X Fury with IntelliBeam
SKU #: SF-P2XIB-A-BK
This auto-adjusting version of our popular P2X Fury takes full advantage of the variable-output capability of one of SureFire’s brightest and most popular flashlights. Using our proprietary IntelliBeam™ Technology—an intelligent sensor and microprocessor-based system—to continuously evaluate and seamlessly adjust light output when needed, based on the scope and other characteristics of your surroundings, this P2X automatically delivers just the right light output. This cutting-edge technology also helps preserve dark-adapted vision by actually evaluating the environment before turning on, so it never activates on high in close quarters. If you’re in an open field and select IntelliBeam, you’ll get all 600 lumens, but if you’re prepping gear or loading a vehicle, it will dial the output down based on the feedback it receives. Just press or click the pushbutton tailcap switch to engage this automatically adjusting technology; to override it, return to off and press or click on again within two seconds to activate maximum output—it automatically defaults to IntelliBeam mode when it’s off for more than two seconds. Everything else about this flashlight is pure Fury—a solid-state LED; a precision reflector that shapes a flawless, versatile beam; and a rugged, O-ringsealed aluminum body with a tough Mil-Spec finish. This one-of-a-kind, cutting-edge technology is available only from SureFire.
100% Recommend this product (2 of 2 responses)
Glenwood Springs, CO
September 24, 2016
Sure fire quality. Adjusts in a split second. Battery life seems to be as claimed so far.
ProsWorks just as advertized
ConsMaybe the price, but Surefire does not come for less.
March 22, 2016
As good as the p2x fury was this light is much better. It particularly excels in the extra 100 lumen brightness (500 lumens to 600 lumens) and the texturized grip rather than the regular nurled grips for extra tackiness in cold weather. The best for grip outside of this type of grip is the nitrolon grip especially that of the g2zx combatlight.
1 Question & 1 Answer
from Chicago area asked:
July 7, 2015
I know it has the "click" activation...but does it have the "soft" press momentary feature that Surefire lights are known for?
It does say that you can press or click to activate, so I would expect that when they say press, they are referring to that "soft" press that you are used to with Surefire lights. These are packaged in a way that I can't really take out and test for myself, but given the information provided by Surefire, and the reviews that I have read on other sites, the "soft" click should be a feature on this light.
on July 8, 2015
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