Up for review is the Eagletac P20C2 RGB Kit. Eagletac also included a tailstanding cap and an OP reflector.
Here are some of the specs from flashlightsNgear.com
- Maximum 300 lumen / 60lumen / 5lumen
- 2XCr123A (Rechargeable 4.2V supported)
- Runtime 1.5 hrs / 13hrs / 180+ hr
- Three levels of output activated by twisting the Head/Bezel
- CREE XR-E Premium R2 emitter in WD tint
- Crenulated Stainless Steel Bezel
- Syntax ultra-clear hardened/glass lens with AR coating
- Mil-Spec Hard Anodized (Type III)
- Tactical Forward click tail-cap, easily activated with gloves
A bit of background:
I surprisingly made a discovery when browsing flashlightsngear.com, 2 new, "P" series models.. sweet! The thread can be found here.
Not much other info elsewhere, though the light has been for sale for a bit. I think this is the shortest copy I've ever written for background info.
here is the light:
more nice packaging from eagletac :)
more RGB filters! (though I'm not doing RGB beamshots for all of them this time... that would take too long, and would be pointless unless someone specifically requests the shots. I forgot to put the instruction manual in this shot.
high quality holster, as usual. :thumbsup:
more parallel knurling on the light... interesting. It feels cool.
quick dissasembly of the light
art shot. it's interesting to note that eagletac isn't using one of the newer XR-E LED dies, the EZ900, but the EZ1000.
there is no difference that really matters between the 2, though
White Wall Shots:
The classic Cree Ring is showing.
compare these with other ones in this thread
The Eagletac P20C2 is the smallest eagletac that features the RGB filter system. Do not doubt it because of its size, though, as it is every bit a light as its bigger brother, the T20C2. In some ways, this light is an improvement.. it's smaller, has a better beam.. but each light has their benefit. The T20C2 is a thrower of a light, and can also take 18650s. If you don't use 18650s, though, that probaby doesn't matter.
This light easily slips into the pocket, and is rather unobtrusive. A protruding tailcap, though possibly harder to carry, makes the light easier to whip out in emergency situations.
With a protruding tailcap, this light is easy to activate, and the feel of the clicky is nice, too. This tailcap is slightly less sensitive than the P100C2, but more so than the T20C2.
I forgot to mention this in my last review, but the sensitivity of the T20C2 is a bit too low for me.
Eagletac has once again impressed me with their RGB and diffusers.. the diffuser is provided in the base model, and very useful!
I have a big complaint regarding the strobe mode on the lights. The timing to activate them is much too slow, especially since all these lights have a foward clicky. -- it is very very easy to accidentally activate it when in a tactical situation.