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SureFire Stiletto Multi-Output Rechargeable Pocket LED Flashlight (Black)

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SureFire Stiletto Multi-Output Rechargeable Pocket LED Flashlight (Black)
Key Features
  • 5/250/650 Lumens
  • White LED
  • Tactical Strobe
  • Side Push-Button Switches
Slim enough to fit easily in a pocket, the Stiletto Multi-Output Rechargeable Pocket LED Flashlight from Surefire is a versatile general-purpose torch—and, thanks to its tactical strobe setting, a self-defense tool. Press the tactical switch to go straight to the 650-lumen high-power setting, and press again for a high-frequency strobe that can disorient an aggressor. In less-threatening situations, like finding a keyhole or rummaging through a backpack, the Stiletto offers high, medium, and low brightness levels, with runtimes of 1.8, 2, and 30 hours, respectively.
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SureFire Stiletto Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Light Performance
  • 3Switching
  • 4Construction Details

Slim enough to fit easily in a pocket, the Stiletto Multi-Output Rechargeable Pocket LED Flashlight from Surefire is a versatile general-purpose torch—and, thanks to its tactical strobe setting, a self-defense tool. Press the tactical switch to go straight to the 650-lumen high-power setting, and press again for a high-frequency strobe that can disorient an aggressor. In less-threatening situations, like finding a keyhole or rummaging through a backpack, the Stiletto offers high, medium, and low brightness levels, with runtimes of 1.8, 2, and 30 hours, respectively.

The light is made of lightweight polymer with an anodized aluminum head assembly. It meets IPX7 water-resistance standards and can withstand being submersed to 3.3' for 30 minutes with no damage. The melonite-coated, spring steel pocket clip allows for bezel-up, everyday-carry quick access. The Stiletto charges via micro-USB cable, and an LED "Fuel Gauge" tracks the battery's charge/discharge status.

Light Performance

  • Output: high 650 lumens, medium 250 lumens, low 5 lumens
  • Runtime: high 1.8 hours, medium 2 hours, low 30 hours
  • Tactical strobe and instant access to high output for self-defense
  • MaxVision Beam reflector projects a wide flood beam for situational awareness

Switching

  • Side push-button switches
  • Primary switch cycles through high, medium, and low
  • Tactical switch for high output or strobe
  • Programming switch for customizing output sequences

Construction Details

  • Lightweight polymer body with anodized aluminum head assembly
  • Micro-USB rechargeable
  • IPX7-rated, submersible to 3.3' for 30 minutes
  • Spring steel pocket clip for bezel-up carry
  • Compact at 4.5 x 0.8", lightweight at 2.8 ounces
UPC: 084871326940

SureFire Stiletto Specs

General
Lumen Output3 Levels: 5 to 650 Lumens
Illumination Source1 x White LED
Power
Estimated Runtime1.8 to 30 Hours
Battery Type1 x Built-In Lithium-Ion Polymer
Physical
Material of ConstructionAluminum, Plastic
Water ResistanceWaterproof to 3.3' / 1 m, IPX7
Bezel Diameter0.8" / 2.0 cm
DimensionsL: 4.5" / L: 11.4 cm
Weight2.8 oz / 79 g
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)9.9 x 4 x 1.05"

SureFire Stiletto Reviews

High Power

By Nicholas
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2022-03-13

Compact & very powerful. Has three settings . Easy to use. Can carry in your pocket. Very solid. Well made.

Surefire .... the Best

By Tracy
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-05-11

As always Surefire hits the nail on the head with the Stiletto. I own many Surefire illumination tools. My oldest is a 100 lumen light that is over 15 years old and still works like new, just like the others. I bought the regular Stiletto because I like the nitrolon body. It stays “warm” to the touch even in freezing temperatures. The 650 lumen high beam is plenty for my uses. The 250 lumen medium is more than enough for trail walking after dark. I just clip it to the bill of my ball cap and I have a better headlamp than my Minimus. Good Stuff Surefire!!!

Great light

By James
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-03-19

Nothing else to say!

the best light available!

By JEFF
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2019-02-24

Bought one two months ago and dont go anywhere without it! Im a PCO USE it all day due the pocket clip is the best available . The light is bright but the adjustment is so easy plus just charge it on your computer then go! Im ordering two more for friends birthdays in APRIL due they love mine. Ive had others to pocket carry and this is the best.

Nice, practical little flashlight!

By Peter
Rated 5 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-17

Like I said in the headline, this is a nice, practical flashlight. I have it hooked up for charging on the USB port of my alarm clock, and I always have light when I need it (what was that noise? ;-) ). Totally worth the price when you figure out how many AA and AAA (eek!) batteries you go trough with other flashlights.

First impressions...

By Peter X
Rated 4 out of 5
Date: 2020-06-04

4 stars as using the tactical button is not great.  In order to have access to the Strobe Mode, the Tactical button (in rear) has to be in Mode 1 and depressed constantly. 1) it requires way to much pressure (approx 4 lbs) to activate and 2) if you're holding light flat in your palm, your thumb has to reach in around the shoulders (that are there I guess to prevent accidental activation?) making the constant depressing of tactical button a complete distraction (and very easy to find it accidentally turned off). To get around this, you can program Tactical button to Mode 2, which requires just push to activate, but then you have no strobe at all. I know this is the older model, but I chose it as paying 2X for the new model just for added lumens wasn't a good value.

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