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SureFire 2211 Wrist Light

Developed with input from active-duty cops, the ambidextrous SureFire 2211…

Developed with input from active-duty cops, the ambidextrous SureFire 2211 WristLight straps securely to your firearm support-hand wrist and utilizes a virtually indestructible high-performance LED and specially developed optic to unleash 180 lumens of wide, brilliant light with a press of either of two ergonomic switches.

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In close-quarter armed engagements, this is more than enough light to overwhelm an aggressor and properly identify and assess threats to make more-informed decisions. The 2211 is constructed of lightweight hard-anodized aerospace aluminum and features an adjustable nylon band that is durable and holds the light securely in place. It is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a built-in LED fuel gauge that lets you know when it’s time to recharge—which is simply done by using the included USB cable.

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The 2211 was built for the streets but it’s available to anyone who demands an innovative, hands-free tactical-level illumination tool that can also serve as a handgun light when used with a normal firing stance. Surefire.com

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  • Matt in Oklahoma

    $400+ for a wrist light? I know my job doesn’t pay enough for me to be buying this type of equipment! I understand the value of this as a former Soldier who taped a minimag to his forearm but geeze. Someone has lost touch with reality and affordability!

  • http://tacitallife duane

    10-4 on that!

  • JH

    Surefire = overpriced

  • steve in okalhoma

    surefire is trying to ride the wave of 2001-2012 when their stuff sold like hotcakes…now with streamlight, pelican and many others they might be getting pinched a bit. plus, their top engineer is leaving the company soon, too.

  • JH

    I’ll take a Klarus, Sunwayman, Fenix, Nitecore, Jetbeam etc over an expensive Surefire. And definitely wont touch a pos Brite-Strike.