SureFire P3X Fury Single Output LED Flashlight
SureFire P3X Fury Single Output LED Flashlight

SureFire P3X Fury Single Output LED Flashlight

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The P3X Fury has a virtually failure-proof ultra-high-output LED that delivers 1,000 blinding lumens of perfectly focused light. The 1,000-lumen output level is enough for searching, signaling, or to overpower the dark-adapted vision of a threat.


  • Virtually indestructible, ultra-high-output LED emitter regulated to maximize output and 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
  • 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

  • Specifications:

  • Output/Runtime: High - 1000 Lumens - 1.5 hours
  • Length: 6.8 inches
  • Bezel Diameter: 1.37 inches
  • Weight w/ Batteries: 7.2 ounces
  • Batteries: 3 123A (included)
  • Reviews
    13 Reviews
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    100% Recommend this product (13 of 13 responses)
    By Richard
    Greensboro, NC
    January 16, 2015
    Surefire P3x Fury
    Excellent light for the money
    By Mike in Fort Worth
    Burleson, Texas
    October 23, 2014
    Great light
    Like all Surefire lights this one is built to last. Solidly put together, it looks great and feels like a quality product. It's also extremely bright. The 1000 lumen output is incredible. I was concerned about using this indoors against white walls but even though it is incredibly bright I did not feel blinded by it when using it indoors. (Just don't shine it in a mirror and definitley don't shine it in your eyes) This is a great light and well worth the cost if you need something to really light up an area.
    ProsWell built. Very bright but not blinding indoors. Surefire quality
    ConsMy one complaint with Surefire lights is that very few of the handheld lights come with a "clicky" type tail cap. The standard tail cap is the twist on for constant light and push button for momentary. I prefer a clicky cap so that if I want a constant light I can get there with one hand. The twist on motion generally requires two hands. Not a deal breaker in a utility light but not preferred for tactical applications. It's easily remedied with the purchase of a Surefire clicky tail cap but I would prefer that style cap to be standard issue. This takes nothing away from the light and it's just a personal preference thing for me.
    By Mike
    Nebo, North Carolina
    June 25, 2014
    I am very impressed with the quality and function of this light. Brightness is excellent, throw and area lighting give you the best of both worlds.
    ProsBrightness. Throw length.
    By NSpectre
    May 15, 2014
    Face Melting Power
    Great flashlight. For a slight increase in length over the P2X fury you get almost twice as many lumens. This is a phenominal flashlight for the money.
    By Conner
    NE Louisiana
    December 24, 2013
    Power Switch Stinks
    If this light does as well as my P2X, then it's gonna be awesome. The only thing I don't like so far is the tail cap. The button on the tail cap for momentary on is pretty much useless. It's hard to press and it only depresses by about 1 mm when you push it and the light turns on, and for the button to work you have to have the tail cap twisted on by just the right amount. (Im gonna stick to twist on-twist off) Also, there is no raised edge around the button like on my P2X to prevent accidentally turning it on or whatever. To me the raised edge is more aesthetically appealing than anything. This light may not be twice as bright as the P2X but it's probably close.
    ConsBeam is a little too spread out. Tail cap is a major con.
    By Sgt
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
    November 20, 2013
    Great Light
    Very bright and lights up the darkness like daytime. Only wish the tactical model came with a single Stage click on/off button rather then the pressure and screw down for constant on. This flashlight works better then the spotlight on the car.
    ProsVery bright and small hand held light. Works better then the car spotlight and especially takedowns.
    ConsTail cap and run time
    By Steven
    Ashburn, VA
    November 18, 2013
    Super bright light
    Resist the temptation to shine this light into your own eyes. It's amazingly bright - and I'm comparing it to lights like the P2. As to its build it's like the other Surefire lights. Reasonably wide throw but still lights up the end of my local 50 yard range impressively. The single output is great for a weaponslight (which is why I bought it) though as a general purpose light the dual output would probably be a better choice.
    By Dennis Glatting
    Redmond, Washington
    November 16, 2013
    An Awesome Light
    I carry this light daily for chasing cables under raised floors and looking inside equipment cabinets, as well as duct taping it to rifles for low light training. So far I have had zero problem with this light.
    ProsLots of light output. Has withstood my abuse.
    ConsI'm not a fan of momentary switches for work use so I replaced the tail cap with a clicker.
    By Dr. Dana-Renee Lee PhD
    Deming, NM
    November 14, 2013
    Shurefire P2X V P3X Light
    I believe the P2X is the dual output unit and the P3X is the single output unit
    ProsP3X works like an old 6P as you can give a bust of light when tracking or when going against a person at night this feature allows you to use a short burst of light and fire then move so the bad guy will fire where you were instead of where you are.
    Consalways carry batteries with you on patrol because if you need continuous light thy last 1,5 hours or a little less. Do not buy the rechargeable batteries always use the standard batteries so you always have spares handy.
    By Jaime A
    Los Angeles
    November 10, 2013
    Illuminating !
    Absolutely amazing flashlight, illuminates the entire room. I mean every corner, cubby, alcove, etc... Best part is that it fits on a belt holder. I was happy with my 500 lum P2X, but the P3X really outshines every other light out there. My dept issue pelican just doesn't not come close.
    By Gary
    Burbank, Calif
    October 30, 2013
    This is the greatest flashlight- bar none! I probably own five or six different kinds of light, but his one really outshines (pun intended) the rest. Highly recommended.
    ProsBrightness Small size Quality
    ConsA little pricey, but worth every penny!
    By Barry
    Southern Illinois
    October 12, 2013
    LA Police Gear immediately took care of this
    Same thing here, got the Fury expecting 2 levels but it had only 1. Customer service paid the return shipping & will send out the 2 level click switch model as soon as they are available. Great customer service.
    By John
    October 10, 2013
    Be Advised!!!
    Surefire makes great lights and I have many. Almost all I have bought here on LA Police Gear without issue until today. I just received my P3X Tactical Switch model in the mail today. This model DOES NOT have dual output. In other words, there is NO high/low setting. I expected this light to operate like my EB1 back up or my LX2 Lumamax. On the latter mentioned models, you press for momentary on low, press further for momentary on high or twist for constant on low and twist further for constant on high. This is not how the p3x with tactical switch operates. This flashlight is newly released and when I ordered it on LAPG website, the official surefire website did not have any information on it yet. I am very disappointed that this was not stated on the LAPG website, but in fairness, I have not contacted them yet on this issue, and because this product is so new, they might not have even know. There is nothing wrong with the light and LAPG did a great job on shipping the item right away. I just had specific expectations and because of the lack of available information on this product, those expectations were not met.
    Merchant Response:Hello John, We are extremely sorry for this mix up. As you said, when we added this flashlight to our website, Surefire did not have all the details worked out for the light. Surefire now has all the information on their website and it turns out that the model with the Tactical Tailcap is single output and the Click Switch Tailcap is the dual output version. We will get our website corrected today to show this information. If you would like to exchange the flashlight you purchased for the dual-output click switch tailcap version, please contact our Customer Service Department at and we will pay for return shipping to get this taken care of. Again, we are very sorry for the inconvenience.
    9 Questions & 21 Answers
    from CA asked:
    February 3, 2015
    Is there a basketweave closed top pouch that can fit the Surefire P3X Fury?
    1 Answers
    at this time we have not been able to locate a pouch quite yet that does fit the light correctly but we are still checking around to see if one can be located. if we are able to we will update you and let you know.
    Customer Service
    on February 4, 2015

    from Stockton, CA asked:
    August 20, 2014
    What Nylon fold over case/holster will fit this light. I would prefer Surefire brand, but anything that will fit, and protect it properly will work. Definitely nylon and not leather though.
    3 Answers
    I use the one from Blackhawk with the extra pouch but the back velco needs to be adjusted I have another simple flashlight case ( no other pouch ) that fits also with adjustment. Don't know brand but I bet this is it
    on August 20, 2014
    from Los Angeles, CA
    I run a TAD lightspeed, but need ready access to my light and or multitools. I use a maxpedition 5 in pouch holster but you need to get the tacties available on here too to mount on a bag or belt.
    on August 20, 2014
    from Irvine, CA
    Sorry I don't know. I use mine with my MOLLE gear. I'm Military. So if you know anything about MOLLE gear you can put it anywhere you want.
    on August 20, 2014
    from Colorado

    from Stockton, CA asked:
    August 16, 2014
    What is the throw or distance of this light on high? Also, is it more of a tight beam or flood beam?
    1 Answers
    unfortunately the manufacture was not able to provide us with an exact measurement because they stated that the throw of the light can be affected based on weather conditions, battery life and many other aspects but they said the light can be seen from a very far distance away and should met what ever needs you throw at it. this light would also have a tight beam pattern but as the light shines farther away the light will tend to start flooding more of an area but will keep that bright center.
    Customer Service
    on August 18, 2014

    from Tennessee asked:
    July 14, 2014
    What holder in basket weave will fit this flashlight properly?
    1 Answers
    the Surefire V17 case will hold this light just fine.
    Customer Service
    on July 14, 2014

    from Lancaster, CA asked:
    March 18, 2014
    Does this light have a momentary push button switch with twist for constant on?
    11 Answers
    The model I have has a momentary on/off button and twist on feature. Does not click on/off.
    on March 18, 2014
    from La Verne, CA
    There are two models of the P3X fury... The one that you submitted this question under "Surefire P3X Fury Single Output LED Flashlight" DOES HAVE a momentary push button switch with twist for constant on.
    on March 18, 2014
    from Hellertown, PA
    Yes it does just like the old 6P and 9P. It is very very bright also.
    on March 18, 2014
    from Midlothian, IL
    push button, twist cap for permanent on.
    on March 18, 2014
    from Las Vegas, NV
    Yes, the light has a momentary push button tail cap and twist for constant activation. It is an extremely durable system and mine is hands down the brightest light at my department.
    on March 18, 2014
    from Seattle, WA
    Yes it does. It is a very bright light. I work nights as a police officer and I am very happy with the light.
    on March 18, 2014
    from Illinois
    Yes it does. You have to twist the cap half way to be able to use the momentary push button and then twist all the way for constant on. Although when you use the push button it is hard to push. I had read this in other reviews and they are right. Now with that being said I would not let that stand in the way of getting this light. It's an outstanding light, good price, good size for 1000 Lumen. I owen four Surefire lights and love them all. I have a 250, 500, 800,and a 1000 Lumen. My background is Military.
    on March 18, 2014
    from Germany
    Yes, push the button for on as long as you hold it, or twist it for constant
    on March 19, 2014
    from Clarksville, TN
    Yes, the P3X has a momentary switch at the direct rear of the light for quick on and off tactical usages. A constant on can be applied by twisting the rear of the light clockwise until the light remains on. By making this light more useful, I highly recommend purchasing the tactical combat ring set for the P3X series light.
    Tyler Thomas
    on March 19, 2014
    from Trigg County, Kentucky
    Yes it does, I had have plenty of lights from stream light to surefire and 511 nothing compares to this one
    on March 19, 2014
    from Middletown, Pa
    The P3X does come with the standard "momentary" switch. It's recommended to also purchase the "clickie switch" tailcap (in the accessories section) to replace the stock tailcap switch. This is a great light, just needs the tailcap clickie switch to make it perfect.
    on March 20, 2014
    from North Wales, PA

    from New York, New York asked:
    December 15, 2013
    Is this Single output the P3X Fury Tactical? The description makes it seem like it is, but the image is from the regular dual output P3X Fury. Thanks!
    1 Answers
    this is the single output flashlight version of the p3x and they do look identical between the single and dual output.
    Customer Service
    on December 16, 2013

    from houston asked:
    October 7, 2013
    what is the bezel diameter? thank you
    1 Answers
    this light has a 1.37" diameter bezel
    Customer Service
    on October 7, 2013

    from north vernon,in asked:
    September 12, 2013
    Is this flashlight 800 lumens or 1,000 lumens as you have it listed as?
    1 Answers
    According to Surefire, the P3X Flashlight will be 1,000 lumens.
    Customer Service
    on September 12, 2013

    February 1, 2013
    What is the MSRP? And release date?
    1 Answers
    Surefire has not issued a release date or price for the P3X Flashlight yet.
    on February 1, 2013

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