EagleTac P200LC2 1123 Lumen LED Torch | EagleTac Torches

Compact & High Output, powered by a CREE XM-L2 U2 LED with a Maximum runtime at 35lm for 50+ hours or 100% for 1.5 hours

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Regular Price: $84.95

Special Price $74.95

Product Description


EagleTac P200LC2

Batteries and charger not included

What's included
  • P200LC2 flashlight
  • Spare o-rings
  • User Manual
  • Mil-Spec Para-cord Lanyard w/ quick attachment clip
  • CR123A Battery Magazines
  • Heavy Duty Nylon Holster with flip
  • User removable tailcap lanyard ring
Battery Type (Batteries not included)
  • 1x18650
  • 2xCR123A2
  • 1.5/6/50+ hours (1x18650)
  • 0.8/3.5/35+ hours (2xCR123A)
  • Head Dia.1 inches (25.4 mm)
  • Body Dia.0.85 inches (22 mm)
  • Length:5 inches (126 mm)
  • Weight2.3 ounces (66 grams)
  • User replaceable glass lens
  • Battery reverse polarity protection
  • Ultra low internal resistance phosphor bronze springs (silver coated)
  • Spring loaded positive and negative terminal
  • Tactical forward clicky switch
  • Turn on the light by pressing the tailcap button until it clicks.
  • Twist the head to select between three output levels.
  • You can pre-selected output level before turning on the light.
Beam Profile
  • Center lux: 10,100 lux
  • Center spot angle: 11.4°
  • Spill light angle: 51°
  • Beam distance: 220 yards / 201 meters

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer EagleTac
Max lumens 901-1300
LED Type XM-L2


Bright as Review by Tiger
It's a great torch but it gets pretty hot it left on for a few minutes. (Posted on 2/06/2016)
Superb.Review by Dave
I own several torches ranging through Nitecore, Jetbeam, Quark, Fenix, Led Lenser as well as Eagletac P20C2 mk1 and mk2. I've attempted to use every one of these torches at some stage as my every day/night work light and the one thing they all have in common is they all have at least one feature that makes them a pain to use. The Nitecores had horrendous reliability problems, LED Lenser P7 was just too fat in the pocket, Quarks had overly complicated UI's and bad connections on the head threads after heavy use and all three Jetbeams fell into their program mode by accident far too easily.

The two P20C2 Eagletac versions had lovely beams and were plenty bright but their little skinny bodies ended by fat heads and fat tailcaps made them uncomfortable to use (especially difficult to use the pocket clips) and every time they were bumped sharply the battery nose lost contact with the head and they would fall into strobe mode, hardly useful when sticking them into tight spots in heavy machinery where bumps are the order of the day. Their pocket clips were not locked on and don't get me started on those stupid sharp stainless steel teeth at the front of the head, useful only for speedily wearing holes in pockets when carrying them all day and night. What idiot decided to build a torch designed to slash someone on the face after you'd flashed them in the eye with some strobe effects? Only a geek who imagined he was selling torches to play-acting teenage ninja warriors could have come up with the P20C2 torches, they are certainly not a torch for adults who have real work to do.

Then along came my new P200LC2. Wow. This is a torch for adults. The nice straight easy grip body in hand size with a locked on pocket clip is as near to perfect as can be had for an every day torch. The sensible smooth head with no teeth means it can be carried in the pocket safely all day and night. The beam is capable of being switched to an enormously bright max setting but the two other modes are absolutely perfectly spaced so that it is capable of being put to use in any task around the property from seeking out deadly snakes in building crevices, to finding car parts in badly lit sheds, to showing the way as I walk through paddocks, to lighting up a fox so that it can be accurately despatched, to working on machinery, it's even good for reading that label on the rat poison or insecticide out in a dark shed. The sprung contact at the head means this torch doesn't lose its connection with the battery when bumped and the brightness mode stays as set when carried in the pocket. The beam tint is quite natural, not blue at all and its colour definition out in the bush is far beyond that of its predecessors. It does all this whilst giving great runtimes on a 18650 battery at the same time as being brighter and significantly more compact than the p20C2 mk1 and 2 meaning its place in the top pocket of my work shirt is assured permanently. Looks like Eagletac has finally grown up and made the perfect every day countryman's torch. (Posted on 29/03/2016)

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