SureFire 2211 Luminox WristLight: A fusion of watch and a tactical light
SureFire 2211 Luminox WristLight is an innovative, one kind of a device that combines a tactical light output and a Swiss Luminox quartz watch into one. This unique gadget is developed by Surefire, a Fountain Valley, California- based company that is devoted to the production of flashlights, headlamps, weapon-mounted lights and laser sights. Based on the company’s 2211 model, the wearable comes with a rechargeable Li-Ion integral battery and a high-performance LED. It has a 15, 60, and 300 lumens setting. With highest intensity setting, the light can run for over one hour and for 13 hours when switched to its lowest setting.
The Swiss-made Luminox timepiece is incorporated into a lightweight, robust body that via a durable rubber wristband securely straps to the wrist of a wearer. The timepiece is constructed from hard-anodized aerospace aluminum and features high-quality Swiss quartz movement and a unidirectional rotating bezel with timer markings. Weighing 143 grams, the unit is 28 millimeters thick and measures 61 by 51 millimeters. For low-light situations, the watch comes with self-illuminating tritium hands and markers that glow continuously and don’t require any charging. The SureFire 2211 Luminox WristLight is priced at $795 and ships with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, micro-USB charge port and a USB charging cable.