Streamlight Stinger Classic LED
Streamlight Stinger Classic LED
Streamlight Stinger Classic LED
Streamlight Stinger Classic LED

Streamlight Stinger Classic LED

SKU #: ST-StingerClassic
MSRP: $157.47
Rechargeable LED Flashlight. The Stinger Classic LED was designed to replicate the size, shape and feel that you loved so much about the original model enhanced with current LED technology.


  • Designed to replicate the size, shape and feel of the original xenon Stinger model enhanced with C4® LED technology for intense brightness
  • Custom optic design provides a smooth beam with optimal peripheral illumination; optimized electronics provide regulated intensity throughout battery charge
  • High for a super-bright, far-reaching beam
  • Medium for bright light and longer run times
  • Low for light without glare and extended run times
  • Strobe for disorienting or signaling your location
  • Anodized aluminum construction with knurled barrel for a sure grip
  • IPX4 water-resistant; 1 meter impact resistance tested
  • 3-cell, 3.6 Volt Ni-Cd sub-C battery, rechargeable up to 1000 times.
  • 3-cell, 3.6 Volt Ni-MH sub-C battery, rechargeable up to 1000 times.
  • 10 hr. steady charge, 2.5 hr. fast charge, or PiggyBack® charger options
  • 7.65" (19.43 cm); 11.1 oz (315g)

  • Specifications:

  • Lumens: 100.00 - 390.00
  • Candela: 3100 - 13200
  • Runtime: 1.75 - 6.75 hours
  • Range of Light / Distance: 230 meters
  • Battery Styles: Rechargeable
  • Battery Types: Nickel-Cadmium, Nickel-metal Hydride
  • Length: 7.650 inches (19.43 centimeters)
  • Weight: 11.100 ounces (314.68 grams)
  • Colors: Black
  • Battery Quantity: 1
  • Reviews
    6 Reviews
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    67% Recommend this product (4 of 6 responses)
    By CB
    September 5, 2017
    Classic LED
    Very well functioning Flashlight ...VERY BRIGHT!
    ProsSuper price for the light and well built.
    By Ken
    Grand Junction. CO
    August 29, 2016
    Awesome flashlight
    Used the original for years. Still have it, but after buying this one the older one is now in the tool box. For patrol one cannot go wrong here. Small, compact, but outshines most. (no pun intended) For patrol and personal safety, one can trust this little gem to do its job and do it well.
    ProsSmall, but powerful. A workhorse for patrol and personal safety.
    By Paul
    June 7, 2015
    The best of the best
    I have had many flashlights In my life working as a mechanic. I learned about the streamlines about 10 years ago and haven't looked at another light since , the size is just right for working in tight spaces , I just bought this light because of the L.E.D. light and man is it freaking awesome well worth the money I would tell anyone that's looking for a light to buy onE of the many styles of streamlights . But remember to take this with a grain of salt we all have opinions on the things we like and I really like streamlights line of lights well hope this helps with you guys that are looking for a light .
    By James
    Thornton, CO
    August 3, 2014
    Review Of Streamlight Stinger Flashlight
    I had one of these flashlights and wanted another one. I'm very pleased with these lights!
    ProsBright light with a battery that lasted an entire shift directing traffic.
    ConsI have no negative views of this light...
    By Epd
    August 1, 2013
    Streamlight Classic
    Needed to update my flashlight. Have two of the original Streamlights and did not want a bigger light. I was concerned that the power wouldn't match their newer bigger versions but that fear quickly disappeared when I received the light . Very powerful and jus the right size. I will definitely buy a backup light in this same version. By the way, I still use the two old ones around the house. They are 13 plus years old. Tough products for sure.
    By James Erickson
    Spokane, WA
    March 4, 2013
    Great light!!
    This little light is AMAZING! I bought it about 12 years ago, and have carried it every day on duty since then. People laugh when they see the metal on the base has actually been worn down, but the light still works great. I've upgraded to the LED bezel and bulb which is even better than the original set-up. Love it!!!
    5 Questions & 9 Answers
    from Palmdale, CA asked:
    July 27, 2015
    I used a Stinger years ago and it worked great, but had to return it when I left my job. I want to buy myself one now, but they have it listed as "Ni-Cd" and "Ni-MH"... what's the difference? Is one better than the other? Never had this come up before.
    2 Answers
    Nickel Cadmium (NiCad), Nickel Metal Hydride (NiMH): The main difference between the two is that NiMH battery (the newer technology of the two) offers higher energy density than NiCads. In other words, the capacity of a NiMH is approximately twice the capacity of its NiCad counterpart. What this means for you is increased run-time from the battery with no additional bulk or weight. NiMH also offers another major advantage: NiCad batteries tend to suffer from what is called the "memory effect". NiMH batteries are less prone to develop this problem and thus require less maintenance and conditioning. NiMH batteries are also environmentally friendlier than NiCad batteries since they do not contain heavy metals (which present serious landfill problems). Note: Not all devices can accept both NiCad or NiMH batteries. Keep in mind that we do not have an AC charger that will work with the NiMH batteries, only a DC charger. Not sure what the reasoning for that is, but you may be better of sticking with the NiCD for now
    Customer Service
    on July 28, 2015
    Streamlight insists that Ni-Cd batteries in flashlight applications do not develop a memory and warns against "conditioning" Ni-Cd batteries though repeated deep discharge. I believe the real difference is Ni-Cd batteries cannot be used in flashlights presently sold in the European Union.
    on October 14, 2016
    from houston texas

    from lincoln,ne asked:
    January 17, 2014
    do you have to cycle through the all the light brightness settings to get it back to off, or do you quick tap to get the brightness you want.
    4 Answers
    No I do not have to cycle through
    on January 18, 2014
    from El Reno, OK
    Clicking the switch once from any brightness will turn the light off. Clicking the switch once when the light is off will give you the highest brightness. Clicking and holding from off or any brightness level will cycle through the brightness levels high-med-low-med-high-etc... with about a second between each. Double clicking from off or any brightness will give you strobe, clicking once from strobe will turn the light off, double clicking will bring you back to high. Depressing the switch partially(not a full click) will give you momentary high when the light is off, will not affect the light if already on and will not cycle brightness levels.
    on January 19, 2014
    from Scottsdale, AZ
    No u can just tap it off and it reset back to the highest brightness. So each time you turn on the flashlight you would have to hold down the button to get it to the low setting you like.
    on January 20, 2014
    from Oakland, California
    No you do not have to cycle through all the settings to turn it off
    on January 20, 2014
    from Carmichael, CA

    tom folsom
    May 14, 2013
    can you use old style charger
    1 Answers
    If your charger is a model 75100 or 75103 it should work with this Stinger as well.
    on May 14, 2013

    March 24, 2013
    How many lumens if this flashlight?
    1 Answers
    On high, this flashlight will put out 390 lumens, on medium it will produce 210 lumens and on low it will produce 100 lumens.
    on March 24, 2013

    Danny lee
    February 11, 2013
    What holster fits the stinger DS LED
    1 Answers
    Bianchi makes holsters for this flashlight. If you search our site for BI-7911 you will see part numbers that fit Streamlight Stingers and if you don't want a leather holster, you can look up BI-7311 and they also have part numbers that will fit Streamlight Stinger Flashlights.
    on February 11, 2013

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