Streamlight Scorpion Flashlight

Streamlight Scorpion Flashlight

SKU #: ST-85001
MSRP: $68.40
One of the brightest and lightest personal flashlights ever created, the Scorpion« is the only tactical light with a rubberized grip and tailswitch. Available with a xenon bulb.


  • Xenon gas bulb, designed to last through 5 sets of batteries (spare bulb included)
  • Up to 7,900 candela peak beam intensity (78 lumens measured system output)
  • Adjustable spot-to-flood focus
  • 1.3 hours continuous run time
  • 5.1" long
  • 4.5 oz. with batteries
  • Two 3 volt lithium batteries with a storage life of up to 10 years (included)
  • Machined aluminum covered by a rubber-armored sleeve for a sure grip
  • O-ring sealed for moisture protection
  • Available in black
  • Lithium Battery Notice under TECH DOCS
  • Assembled in USA

  • Specifications:

  • Lumens: 78.00
  • Candela: 7900
  • Runtime: 1.30 hours
  • Range of Light / Distance: 178 meters
  • Battery Styles: Non-Rechargeable
  • Battery Types: CR123A Lithium
  • Length: 5.100 inches (12.95 centimeters)
  • Weight: 4.500 ounces (127.57 grams)
  • Colors: Black
  • Battery Quantity: 2

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    By J.B.
    August 17, 2014
    There is better for less
    Used one of these when I used to work overnights for private security. It was a neat little light, has an available pouch made just for it, and is nice and bright. It has a rubber encased grip, and is plenty bright; I could shine it across an entire rooftop and still clearly see the beam on a far wall. That, however, is where the plus sides end. It runs VERY hot, and devours batteries like a beast. And they're the extra-special, extra-expensive kind, and it takes two, so everytime you have to reload this light, you're spending $8-10, depending on where you can find your batteries. They also tend to die right in the light, so it will be turned on just fine, but the next time you reach for it, it could be dead, even within a few moments of use. I don't know if the light has a passive vampire charge, but it's very annoying to never really know when it's going to die. As I also mentioned, it gets very hot with sustained use, e.g., anything past 2 or 3 minutes. For the money, you could have a Fenix, or even Coast/LED Lenser, that will run on standard AAs, and go for longer and more dependably.
    ProsBright light Available belt pouch (sold separately)
    ConsSpecialty, expensive batteries Eats batteries quickly Unreliable battery life Hand-burningly high run temperature
    By Tom D.
    April 5, 2013
    Nice but...
    Nice and bright but I failed to read the battery requirements. Its a special battery and this thing is bright and power hungry.
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