First Look: SureFire P2X Fury with IntelliBeam
January 21, 2015
SureFire is introducing an auto-adjusting version of its popular P2X Fury flashlight for 2015.
The new version of SureFire's P2X Fury utilizes the company's proprietary IntelliBeam technology, which consists of an intelligent sensor and microprocessor-based system, to continuously assess surrounding light conditions and adjust light output as needed. This P2X Fury model selects an output based on a variety of factors including distance, meaning in close quarters it will choose a low setting to protect the user's night-adapted vision, while opting for a higher setting in a more wide-open environment.
A pushbutton switch on the tailcap engages the IntelliBeam technology, but the user can also choose to override it by returning the flashlight to off and clicking it on within two seconds. The flashlight defaults to the IntelliBeam mode when left off for more than two seconds.
The new P2X Fury with IntelliBeam shares all other features with the previous P2X Fury. These include: a rugged 600-lumen LED, a precision reflector and an O-ring sealed aluminum body with a Mil-Spec finish.
Powered by two included 123A lithium batteries, this new P2X Fury has a run time of 45 hours on low and 1.5 hours on high. It is slightly less than 6 inches in length and weighs 5.8 ounces.