SureFire K2 Kroma Mil-Spec Flashlight
SKU #: SF-K2-MS
The Kroma® MilSpec is a dual-output flashlight that also provides two distinct beam types and four spectrum choices. Uses a virtually indestructible power-regulated primary LED and a Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens to produce a 4-lumen white low beam or a brilliant 130-lumen white spot beam—more than eight times the light output of a big two-D-cell flashlight, and enough to temporarily blind and disorient an aggressor by impairing his night-adapted vision. Secondary LEDs produce low-output flood beams in red, blue, yellow-green and infrared, letting you preserve your own night vision (red, blue, and yellow-green), navigate outdoors without disturbing wildlife (red, which many animals can't see), or provide invisible illumination for night vision devices (infrared). The no-look selector ring lets you instantly choose color or IR output. The Kroma's tactically-correct two-stage pushbutton tailcap switch activates the light: press for momentary-on in your selected color mode, press further and always get the high-output white spot beam; twist to get constant-on low beam in your selected color/IR mode, twist further to select the constant-on high-output white spot beam.
Output / Runtime -- White Light
Output of Secondary LEDs:
Surefire True Stories - Blue Light Spots Blood
My fiancé and I were staying in a hotel one night, and we were packing up our stuff for an early check-out the next morning. She knelt down to grab her purse, which was under the desk. When she rose up, she hit her head hard on the corner of the desk. The noise was incredibly loud and she immediately grabbed her head and started crying.
I grabbed my Surefire E1E to check for blood, but I didn't see anything. Then I remembered that my Kroma® MilSpec was in my backpack, so I grabbed it and fired up its blue LEDs. Instantly I saw a small pool of blood that was oozing from her head, so I got some ice and made her an icepack. I knew that blue light was supposed to help identify blood, but I'd never seen it in action until now. Even though my fiancé has black hair, it was so easy to see the blood under the blue light.
100% Recommend this product (1 of 1 responses)
July 17, 2014
Really like the light and was able to get a great bargain which sweetens the deal. I thought that the colored LED's may have been a gimmick but they are great.
3 Questions & 3 Answers
from Englewood, Newjersey asked:
November 4, 2014
How many is it left?
we have about 7 on hand at this time but that inventory can change quickly. we always recommend just calling and placing an order manually over the phone if in need of a exact count or number.
on November 4, 2014
from San Francisco asked:
June 20, 2014
Does the Kroma strobe in blue light? I needed this mode for my work.
i do apologize but no this light is not able to strobe in the blue light. we do apologize.
on June 25, 2014
from CA asked:
June 16, 2014
is this 130 lumens version?
yes this light does have 130 lumens of power.
on June 17, 2014
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