SureFire P3X Fury Dual Output LED Flashlight
SureFire P3X Fury Dual Output LED Flashlight

SureFire P3X Fury Dual Output LED Flashlight

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The P3X Fury has a virtually failure-proof ultra-high-output LED that delivers your choice of either 1,000 blinding lumens of perfectly focused light or 15 useful lumens of light. The 1,000-lumen output level is enough for searching, signaling, or to overpower the dark-adapted vision of a threat. The 15-lumen output level is perfect for general work at close-to-medium distances and lets you greatly extend the flashlight’s runtime on a set of three lithium 123A batteries, a valuable feature when in the field or in remote locations without easy access to spare batteries. At either setting, a precision reflector delivers a smooth, far-reaching beam with a brighter central area and generous peripheral light to help maintain situational awareness.

The P3X Fury is activated with a click-type tailcap switch: press for momentary-on low, press further to click constant-on low, return to off and press or click on again within two seconds for high. The high-strength aerospace aluminum body is smoothly sculpted for a comfortable, secure grip in all kinds of weather and is coated with a Mil-Spec hard-anodized finish for extreme resistance to scratches, abrasion, and corrosion in even the harshest environments.


  • Virtually indestructible, ultra-high-output LED emitter regulated to maximize output and runtime
  • Two output levels — high for maximum light, low for extended runtime
  • Precision reflector creates smooth, optimized beam with plenty of reach and enough surround light for peripheral vision
  • Coated tempered window resists impact, maximizes light transmission
  • High-strength aerospace aluminum body, Mil-Spec hard anodized for extreme durability
  • Dual-output tailcap switch—press for momentary-on low, click for constant-on low, return to off and then press or click again for high
  • Tailcap switch locks out to prevent activation during transport or storage
  • Weatherproof O-ring and gasket sealing
  • Includes high-energy 123A batteries with 10-year shelf life


  • Output/Runtime: 1000 Lumens - 1.5 hours, 15 Lumens - 60 hours
  • Length: 6.8 inches
  • Bezel Diameter: 1.37 inches
  • Weight w/ Batteries: 7.2 ounces
  • Batteries: 3 123A Batteries
  • Reviews
    13 Reviews
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    100% Recommend this product (13 of 13 responses)
    By DG
    June 24, 2015
    Amazing light
    Bought this to replace my aging 9P light from circa 1999 that puts out a measly 90 lumens with three 123A's. One word: wow! This light illuminates the night so bright I can see the dust floating in the air! Great for rural use to ID just about anything that goes bump in the night.
    By Zep Tepi
    Oakland, CA
    October 21, 2014
    I waited until they had this in dual output and when it was on sale. I have several Surefire flashlights and have bought them all from lapolicegear. They have the best price and their service is great. I was surprised how small this flashlight is, since its 1,000 lumens. Its easy to carry and use. Its very bright and worth what I paid. If you ever have to use it at night on someone, you will definitely stop them by temporarily blinding them. Its made solid and water proof like my other surefire flashlights. You want find a more brighter, sturdy, water proof, good looking light any where on the market, for the price you will get this one, from lapolicegear. Buy it and you will thank me latter.
    Prosprice brightness waterproof sturdy black many more
    Consno tactical tips
    By Claybuster6000
    Orange, CA
    September 19, 2014
    Pressing the control button the first time only gives you about 50 lumens, which is rather weak for finding your way around (a Mag-Lite gives you about 77). Pressing the button a second time gives you a blinding 1000 lumens! More than enough to see what you're doing (and what your neighbors are doing!).
    Pros Excellent ergonomics; feels good and solid in the hand. The 1000 lumen setting allows you to see everything and can temporarily blind a potential attacker.
    ConsThe control button on the end cap is awkward. Initial light setting is weak. On 1000 lumen setting, the flashlight heats up FAST. Very expensive for a flashlight. Doesn't have 'emergency blinker' settings as found on many flashlights - just on & off.
    By Albert
    September 2, 2014
    Awesome flashlight
    One word WOW ! Upgraded from a e2d defender . Can't go wrong with a surefire light. Great quality. Took it camping and everyone was amazed at brightness and distance covered by the beam.
    By James Reuter
    July 16, 2014
    Just had this two weeks now and finding many uses. Made a bracket for my bike and now I am on par with the automobile about being seen and to see. Also great for camping. Low power setting of 15 lumens is just perfect for every day flashlight use.
    ProsPower to reach out and touch someone.
    By JOE
    May 21, 2014
    surefire does it again
    By John Campbell
    Downey California
    May 13, 2014
    Awesome Flashlight
    This is absolutely the best flashlight I have ever owned and LA Police Gear has the best prices around !! better than the factory. Now a customer for life.
    ProsSuperbright like high beams on my truck
    ConsCan go through batteries fairly quickly
    By James
    Pittsburgh, PA
    May 10, 2014
    This was such a massive improvement over any other light of its size. It lives on my patrol rifle and should significantly reduce the potential for a shooting by causing overwhelmingly blinding lights. I could not resisting a "self" test of its comparative power. So I tried my eyes and compared it to the g3 Surefire that it replaced and the results left me with immediate nausea. No kidding, sick in the stomach, like motion sickness. I like the two illumination settings but I wish the brightest was the first and not the other way around.
    ProsReally Flipping Bright.
    ConsPretty Flipping Expensive.
    By Richard Arthur
    Charlton, NY
    May 7, 2014
    P3X Best Flashlight Made!
    I have bought 4 of these flashlights now and there simply is no small flashlight that comes close to the output of the P3X. It is beautifully finished, brilliant and efficiently uses the batteries provided.
    ProsThis is high quality stuff!
    By M.Kelley
    Hot Springs, AR
    January 22, 2014
    Great Light
    Lost my P2X got this to replace it. The dual output is very handy I do not use this as a tactical light. I use it as the around the house and in the yard light. It is my go to light when something goes bump in the night. I am left handed and the light goes in my right hand my Px 4 goes in my left as I confront the unknown. It takes a bit of practice to go from low to high if you are not used to it. So it is not instinctive enough for work. I like the low power for most puttering around and the high is great for when you need it. 1000 lumens is bright! It smokes most other lights of its size. 16 lumens is great. Because of the focused beam it is much more useful than one would first think when he hears the number. I buy SureFire because I can count on it coming on every time / any time I need it. I can't say that about any other light or woman. I have had SureFire lights for over 40 years now and not ounce has one failed me!
    ProsVery good form factor. Bright! Well constructed with spring contacts front and rear. Tough!
    ConsDuel mode could be re-worked so that high was first low second.
    By Carl Parker
    Albuquerque, NM
    November 29, 2013
    Great police light
    I've had quite a few lights from Surefire over the years, but this one blows them all out of the water! It uses 3 batteries like my M4 Devastator, but what a difference in light output. Low level is great for using in the patrol car and the bright is outstanding for doing outdoor searches or even room to room searches. Great light and easy to carry. Highly recommended.
    ProsBright white light, low level great for use in patrol car.
    By Phil
    November 24, 2013
    Great Product for Distance Illumination
    Performs as advertised. Provides options dealing with distance in hours of darkness.
    ProsIlluminations topnotch!
    ConsNo carry case for the light. A little pricey.
    By Chris
    November 1, 2013
    Big Light, Small Package
    I like this light because the low power level is activated with the first button push, then the high output is available if needed. This works best for me in a utility setting. The high output is very bright and may be too much for some situations where there is a lot of reflected light. The beam width may be a little wide for long distance spotting on high but there are a lot of lumens backing up the coverage area.
    Prosdual output high output small package long run time on low output lock-off tailcap
    11 Questions & 16 Answers
    from Southern California asked:
    June 10, 2016
    Will this fit in the surefire v70 holster? I am looking for a similar holster like this if anybody knows where I can find one? Or maybe a kydex?

    Colton Gernaat
    from Texas asked:
    March 27, 2016
    Do you guys recommend this light over the ed2 defender? I'm needing an everyday carry light in my pocket
    1 Answers
    This light will be an upgrade from the E2D. This light produces 1000 Lumens compared to the E2D at 500 lumens.
    Customer Service
    on March 30, 2016

    from CA asked:
    March 22, 2016
    I'm confused about the appearance of this light, I've seen it advertised on other websites looking like this however if you look on sure fires website this model looks completely different and there is no flashlight on there website that looks like this. How do we know if it is a genuine model?
    1 Answers
    Looks like we have an older picture on our site. We will be getting the light that is listed on Surefire's site.
    Customer Service
    on March 28, 2016

    from atlanta asked:
    September 6, 2014
    amazon has this for $175. What's up with you guys?
    1 Answers
    on September 1st surefire raised its price's dramatically forcing us to have to raise our prices as well. we do apologize.
    Customer Service
    on September 8, 2014

    from Texas asked:
    July 7, 2014
    Could you recommend this item to be used as a tactical flashlight for a AR-15
    1 Answers
    This light can be used as a tactical light for the AR-15 as it is very bright and would do just fine with any standard rail light mount. the only issue that my be a problem is the size of the light due to how long the light is. some people do not mind were others may not like it due to the size.
    Customer Service
    on July 8, 2014

    from AL asked:
    May 28, 2014
    Can the rear tail section with the button in it be changed out between the E2D and the P3X? I don't know if the thread or size is the same. I hate a light where the button just sticks out and can be easily pressed accidentally. I added a picture because I wasn't sure how to word what I meant.
    1 Answers
    we do not show that they could be switched out unfortunately we do apologize.
    Customer Service
    on May 28, 2014

    from Bay Area, CA asked:
    May 20, 2014
    Any decent holsters for this light? Looking for BasketWeave with the Bezel down.
    5 Answers
    Due to the size of the bezel the holsters we carry for this light would be intended for a bezel up carry. we will check a few other options though to see if one that is suitable can be located.
    Customer Service
    on May 21, 2014
    Sorry, I haven't purchasrd a holster yet but its small enough to carry in my pocket John Campbell
    on May 21, 2014
    from d
    surefire model#v27 is a basket weave holster bezel up or maybe v21 bezel down.
    on May 21, 2014
    from waterford,ct
    I use the one by Blackhawk but it is bevel up
    Mr Paul
    on May 21, 2014
    from Los Angeles, CA
    I would recommend you google the type of bezel you're looking for, there are several forums with people who are seriously well informed. Hope this helps.
    on May 22, 2014
    from Los Angeles

    from na asked:
    January 7, 2014
    Hello, seeing as the P3x Fury is relatively new, I cant find A compatible holster. If you know of a holster that will fit please let me know. Also, I would like it to have a quick release like the surefire v85
    2 Answers
    I don't know of any made for the PX3. You may be able to use one for the PX2 as they have the same dia. head. However the PX3 is 1-3/8" longer OAL. You could do a bezel up configuration and use a holster for any of the older three battery Surefire lights like the 9P.
    on January 7, 2014
    from Imperial, PA
    First off, do you have a preference whether the light is bezel up or bezel down. The only options I've found so far are listed in the links below. I already had the Surefire V91 nylon holster for my P2x and it actually does fit the P3X. The V91 has a velcro belt loop that can be detached without taking the belt off. The other option I use on my duty belt is a scabbard for the 21" ASP baton. The light fits like the baton would, it's snug and secure. The ASP scabbard has a button snap release. Both holsters are bezel up though. If you're looking for a bezel down option, you may have to go with a custom kydex manufacturer like Raven Concealment. I hope this helps.
    on January 7, 2014
    from Texas

    from Jemez Springs, New Mexico asked:
    December 8, 2013
    Are there any plans for making a defender version of the px3 Fury? Duel output defender would be nice!
    1 Answers
    we do not show any future production plans from surefire at this time for a defender model. we would recommend contacting surefire directly on this matter.
    Customer Service
    on December 9, 2013

    from NY asked:
    November 10, 2013
    Can I run rechargable batteries with this light. I have heard mixed reviews.
    2 Answers
    we do not recommend running rechargeable lights as the light was designed to run on the CR123A's by surefire.
    Customer Service
    on November 11, 2013
    Actually surefire makes a rechargeable Systems and batteries that works fine with all their lights. I know this because I ordered one from surefire myself.... also its inexpensive. Hope this helps
    on April 16, 2014
    from Virginia

    from Los Angeles asked:
    October 13, 2013
    Is this light 1,000 lumen or 800 lumen? I keep seeing both advertised and I am not sure if it is a mistake.
    1 Answers
    This light is a 1,000 lumen
    Customer Service
    on October 14, 2013

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