EagleTac G25C2 MKII
Batteries and charger not included
G25C2 comes with two pre-defined modes. Tactical mode (factory default/mode 1) includes Hi/Lo brightness levels and two strobe output for tactical use. Regular mode (mode 2) includes four well separated brightness level for general use. To toggle between modes, dial to 2nd output level and turn the flashlight on and off for 20 times.
Tail strobe feature (off by default): With this enabled, you can access strobe output at the tail cap switch button . To enable (or disable) this function (disable from factory), dial to 1th level and turn the flashlight on and off 20 times (one second or less between each click). With the tail cap strobe setting enabled, double pressing the switch button (within one second) will activate the strobe output.
Energy saving feature (on by default): G25C2 reduces output by 24% after 200 seconds at turbo mode. With this feature turned off, turbo output will be reduced by only 9% after 200 seconds at turbo mode. To toggle this feature, dial the head to 4th level and turn the flashlight on and off for 20 times. Once setting has been changed, LED will output 3 seconds at 100% (enable), or 1 second at 100% (disable).
G25C2 runs for 200 hours on its lowest brightness level. The current regulated circuit design allows constant output throughout its runtime for all output levels without PWM-flicking.
At highest brightness level, G25C2 current regulates for 1.1 hours using two EagleTac CR123A batteries. With two 18650 (using 4 cells body extender) you get about 3 hours of runtime on high (2.5 hours with energy saving feature turned off).
The current regulation control method allows the just right of amount of current going through the LED. This results in constant brightness output regardless of battery type, LED variation, and temperature change
- Purpose-designed for law enforcement, hunting and tactical applications.
- Smooth aluminium reflector
- Non-dimming constant current regulation for all output levels without flicking
- Low drop out voltage, enable circuit to current regulate even with a single 18650 for most of the runtime at turbo output.
- Low battery voltage warning
- Turbo boost technology
- Very low standby current (uA)
- Turbo boost technology
- Robust HAIII military grade hard-anodized
- Tail stand ability with included tail stand boot
CREE XM-L2 U2 LED
Center lux: 21,800 lux7
Center spot angle: 6.9°
Spill light angle: 58°
Beam distance: 323 yards / 295 meters
Maximum output of up to 1180 LED or 980 ANSI lumens lumens
Runs off 2 x CR123A/RCR123 or 1 x 18650 batteries
Waterproof in accordance with IPX-8
Head diameter: 39.5mm
Tube diameter: 25mm
Weight: 138g (without battery)
1 x Heavy Duty Nylon Holster w/ Flip and quick detach ability
1 x Stainless Steel Bezel (installed)
1 x Mil-spec Para-cord Lanyard with quick detach ability
1 x Spare O-rings
1 x Tail switch
1 x User Manual
1 x Warranty card
- ExcellentReview by brett
- A fully featured and easy to use tactical torchReview by Lance
The tactical features, with the strobe options are a great plus, along with the other many built in flash modes which I personally have never used but are nice to have regardless.
The torch is small enough to be comfortable in the pocket or worn in its pouch on the belt when moving through brush without getting in the way.
It is also small enough to fit comfortably in the hand and be operated with the thumb.
Its alloy frame is robust and it gives one a feeling of something that has been well designed. In all, I would highly recommend this torch if this is what you may be looking for.
Be careful when selecting this model as there are other models which look identical but do not come with the tactical features. The EagleTac G25C2 MKII LED Torch comes with the tactical features as a bonus option at very much the same price as the models which do not have the features like the strobe, etc. (Posted on 11/05/2015)
- Good equipmentReview by David M.
- Awesome TorchReview by Huss M.
- Good torch for a good priceReview by David E.
Only down side was when used in conjunction with a pistol mount the shock from the bullet going past it seems to turn the light off, but I just turned it back on again. Only shot one with it attached so far. (Posted on 23/01/2014)