SureFire 1,000 Lumen P3X Fury with IntelliBeam

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posted on September 28, 2016
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SureFire has updated its P3X Fury flashlight with the company's innovative IntelliBeam technology that allows for auto-adjustment from 15 lumens all the way up to 1,000 lumens.

The company's IntelliBeam technology features an intelligent sensor and microprocessor that evaluates the environment in front of the beam and auto-adjusts the light intensity to the necessary setting for proper illumination.

To activate the IntelliBeam, simply press the tailcap switch on the Fury. The first click automatically selects the auto-adjust mode and delivers the needed amount of light. For quick access to all 1,000 lumens, users simply turn the light off and activate the tailcap within one second of turning off to unleash the full 1,000 lumens.

The P3X Fury is designed with a high-performance LED light and a parabolic reflector to create a wide beam that allows users to maintain situational awareness. The light body is constructed from high-strength aluminum and is hard-anodized for durability.

The P3X Fury with IntelliBeam technology retails at a suggested price of $279.

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