The Eagletac D25LC2 Colour features the new Cree XM-L Color LED with four outputs: Red, Royal Blue, Green and White. Each colour output has three brightness levels, making this a truly unique flashlight with a multitude of uses.
The lens of the D25LC2 Colour is diffused for a wide / flood type beam without any hotspots.
A highly efficient synchronous buck current regulated circuit controls the precise amount of current that goes through the LED at all output levels. This results in constant brightness output regardless of LED variation, battery voltage, and temperature change.
High: 261 lumens
Mid: 84 lumens
Low: 7 lumens
High: 95 lumens
Mid: 37 lumens
Low: 8 lumens
High: 37 lumens
Mid: 12 lumens
Low: 1 lumen
High: 190 lumens
Mid: 71 lumens
Low: 6 lumens
Includes: rigid nylon holster, wrist lanyard and spare o-ring.
- CREE XM-L Color
- Red (625nm), royal blue (530nm), green (455nm), and white (6000K) color in one LED
- 3 brightness levels
- 8 hidden aux outputs white and color strobes
- Removable pocket clip
- Battery reverse polarity protection
- IPX-8 waterproof •Buck-Boost circuit w/ efficiency of up to 96%
- 2 x CR123A or 1 x 18650 - DO NOT exceed 6V or use 2 RCR123 / 16340
- Head Diameter: 0.9 inches (22.5 mm)
- Body Diameter: 0.85 inch (22 mm)
- Length: 4.7 inches (119 mm)
- Weight: 1.7 ounces (50 grams)
13/09/2016 - PEARSON, Epworth Terrace
Missed this on release, not sure why, probably staring at high powered LEDs too much. A torch with rare features, none of which I have a use for but it's another cool gadget. It's compact, smaller than the P25LC2, which is a very cool and awesome torch. As with most Eagletac kit, you do need a while to master the mode changing. I do wish they would adopt other manufacturer's 'two button' approach. R.S.I. is not a condition you want when demonstrating this to bemused friends and family. One thing to note is that it gets hot very quickly when in high mode on any colour. I suppose with four dies in one emitter and a small head, the heat has nowhere to go. Also, should your wrist be quick enough and you find the red/blue flashing mode, recreation of any US cop show is entirely possible. In all seriousness, it would be quite a good prop to use for any amateur video maker. All in all, a bit of a show-off of a torch but quite a lot of fun as long as you are happy to stay in one colour for more than a few seconds at a time for fear of risking a sprained wrist..