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Streamlight 74301 Strion LED Flashlight with AC/12-Volt DC and 1-Holder (Black)


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  • Run time: high: Up to 2 continuous hours, medium: Up to 4 continuous hours, low: Up to 7.5 continuous hours, strobe: Up to 5.5 continuous hours
  • 5-1/4-Inch length
  • Limited lifetime warranty
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Part Number74301
Item Weight794 g
Product Dimensions22.1 x 12.2 x 7.6 cm
Item model number74301
Power Sourcecordless-electric
Item Package Quantity1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
  
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ASINB001T7F3KA
Best Sellers Rank #9,056 in Tools & Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight794 g
Date First AvailableSept. 28 2011
  
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good flashlight but it says "and 1-holder" which made me think it came with a holder for your belt but it didnt but still good flashlight with good value.
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This is my 2nd one (lost the first), use it for weld and vessel inspection, extremely bright on high setting, very well built and durrable. Would recomend for any inspector or just for use personally.
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By jcanuck on Jan. 5 2013
Very durable and very bright this flash light has all that you need. Compact light weight tough and most importantly bright.
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Great little flashlight. Very durable.. Charges quickly and with both chargers it is a great deal.
Shipped very fast by Canada Post
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144 of 151 people found the following review helpful
Solid upgrade from original Strion Feb. 12 2011
By D. Matheny - Published on Amazon.com
In this video I go over the basic operation of the Streamlight Strion LED light as well as doing some side-by-side comparisons with the previous model.

If you don't feel like watching the video, I'll sum it up by saying that I always liked the original Strion - but I like the LED model better. It has a brighter light with multiple brightness settings, longer battery life (even on the brightest setting), a strobe feature, an easier-to-operate power switch and an anti-roll head. Those features make for a very solid upgrade.

Some people will be bothered by the slightly larger length and the non-adjustable beam focus - but, for me, those aren't deal breakers at all.

Overall, I highly recommend this light! I believe it's one of the best compact rechargeables on the market at this point.

[*** UPDATE 1/26/2014 ***]

I picked up one of the newer/brighter versions of this light about 4 months ago; and, I have to admit that I can't tell much of a difference at all.

Don't get me wrong, I'm still super impressed with these lights - and use them for everything. I was just expecting the new version to be noticeably brighter...

Regardless, I'm using the two lights interchangeably, and this is definitely still my go-to flashlight around the house.
43 of 45 people found the following review helpful
This is the light you want! March 8 2010
By K. Metz - Published on Amazon.com
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Everyone knows how expensive the surefire batteries can be. If you are in the military like me, supply for some reason always seems to be out. This flashlight not only surpasses surefire lights in brightness and color (xenon white like high end cars) but it's rechargable! PLUS you can leave it on the charger and not worry about overcharging. I fly in the Army and this light is perfect for preflight in nontactical environments. EXTREMELY bright and well worth every penny. An absolute must for someone who wants a professional quality light that lasts. I would have given this 10 stars if it was an option!
25 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Should have bought a long time ago... April 1 2010
By Mr. Brad Bauer - Published on Amazon.com
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It was a hard hit to spend this much for a small flashlight, but it's worth every penny. First of all, Amazon has the best price around. My co-workers recommended this light for how bright it is and how long the battery life is. One guy told me he's recharged his twice in the last year. The illumination is brilliant and it totally lights up a room. I have a large Streamlight also, but it is often bulky and hard to remember to grab when you need a light. This one fits right on your belt. Great price. Great product. I should have bought this years ago.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
Pretty darn bright for such a little flashlight, but not as bright as I had hoped March 16 2012
By Quadro Sinead Summer - Published on Amazon.com
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If your a law enforcement officer then chances are you use or know someone in law enforcement that uses the Streamlight Strion. It's a pretty popular little torch. It's also small enough and bright enough for tactical weapon applications, so it's been used a lot in the past and still in the present for Swat weapon applications. But there are brighter flashlights out there for weapon mount purposes that are about the same size or smaller, but most of them cost at least twice as much, so that is something to consider.

Of course one big plus about the Strion is that it contains a rechargable battery that pretty much will never need to be replaced because it can take as many as 500 full recharges, and that means this little flashlight is extremely economical while still being bright enough for pretty much most law enforcement uses. I've tested this light in every possible situation you might deal with, and it does get the job done. It has a very good hot spot and plenty of flood to illuminate the surrounding area. And for such a small flashlight it is suprising how far it will throw a beam.

I directed the Strion at the back of a house that was 50 yards away and it lit most of the rear of the house over a fence nearly as bright as a standard police vehicle spotlight. It didn't quite get there but the result was reasonably good considering this little guy is not much bigger than a mini mag light. I pointed the beam about 30' upward and about 60 yards away into the branches of a palm tree and it lit it up very brightly. I also shot the beam at the back of another house about 130 yards away and though the beam was dimmer you could still make out everything pretty good. Even at that distance if you were awake in a room of that house and the light was shining in your window you'd notice it and likely go to the window to check where the light was coming from.

I then pointed the beam at a large tree that I could barely see that was about 300 yards away. You could barely see the beam on the tree but you could see it. So this light has distance limitations if your trying to spot for instance a suspect in a field at more than 230 yards or so. It simply won't handle that kind of distance. Also a spotlight will give more luminance at 200 yards than the Strion will. So that is something to consider. A buddy of mine has one of the Surefires that is about the same size as the Strion and rated at 180 lumens compared to the 160 of the Strion. Both have the same C4 LED, but his Surefire is about 50% brighter than the Strion is. The difference is substantial.

On the other hand despite this the beam of his Surefire won't throw as far as the Strion will for some reason, but anything less than 100 yards away the Surefire blows the Strion away. However his Surefire is available for no less than $60 more than you can get the Strion for. And the Surefire is not rechargable. and that makes the Strion seem more attractive over all. So I think it depends on what is best for your personal needs. Some of the most recent LED tactical lights on the market will certainly blow the Strion away for a lot more moola of course. But there are more economical ways to get a brighter light that is a good quality light for just a little bit more money.

One company that seems to be filling this need for brighter flashlights is Olight. From what I have been hearing they make excellent quality lights and have offerings for as little as $130 that can realistically put out 500 real time lumens. Olight tends to over state their lumen ratings but I have seen a couple of their lights in action and they put out considerably more than one such as the Strion does. In conclusion the Strion is probably one of the brightest small lights on the market, and as long as your not expecting miracles you will be pleased with this light.
16 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Fantastic Light Aug. 8 2011
By watchman - Published on Amazon.com
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Streamlight has just about perfected the flash light with this one. I use the light as an elevator mechanic during the week and as a Sheriff's Deputy on the weekends. The high setting is amazing when I need it, I can see to the top of a 32 story elevator shaft. But when I change it to low I can see things close up without being blinded and the battery life is fantastic. I have used it all week with out charging it. Not continuously of course but a lot each day. It recharges quickly and is always ready. Out on the street at night it is very handy. It will light up the inside of a car and then when you need to you can tone it down to read a drivers license. Although I have not used the strobe feature in a fight to see how it works yet, it is nice to have that extra tool in my hand. Just playing around with it looks very effective. I have also dropped mine a couple of floors down an elevator shaft with no ill effects. I don't recomend this though and I was not real happy about it. I bought mine from a Police supply place and paid too much for it. My brother-in-law wanted three after seeing mine and a got his on Amazon at a great price with fantastic service.

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