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AE Light TGMK2 LED Flashlight w/ Batteries

The AE MK2 is a compact dual switch, dual output LED tactical flashlight with instant pulse. The primary tactical switch controls on/off as well as Hi/Low output with momentary. The secondary side switch controls Immediate Pulse with on/off function. The pulse can be activated any time by simply pressing the secondary switch regardless of mode and goes directly to pulse. The end cap thumb locator assures quick hand position even while wearing gloves.

Made from aerospace aluminum mil-spec hard anodized, utilizing Cree XPG R5 LED for maximum run time and high lumen output. Lockout feature assures the MK2 will not inadvertently illuminate in covert operations with a simple twist of the light head. Optional reversible pocket clip for bezel up or down depending on personal preference available.

The optically designed reflector produces a clean crisp beam assuring maximum illumination of your target. The MK2 runs on standard 18650 rechargeable lithium battery or 2-CR123's. An optional extended body allows for the use of 2-18650's for those preferring a longer light and longer run time.

Body Finish: Mil Spec Hard Anodize Black
LED: Cree XPG R5, 100,000 hours
Output: 230+ Lumens
Run Time: 2.5 hours at full output, 6+ Hrs., @ 30% power
Main switch: Hi/Lo/Off with momentary, Secondary switch: Immediate strobe
Reflector: Coated metal polished smooth, focused clean crisp beam/>Battery: CR123 x 2
Rating: IPX5
Circuit: DC-DC Regulated/>Dimensions: Length 152.4mm/ 6" / Bezel Diameter 38.1mm/1.50"/Body Diameter 25.4mm/.1"
Weight: 5 oz w/2 CR123
Main switch-Hi/Low/Momentary; Secondary switch immediate strobe
Attack bezel (optional)
Lockout function

Optional Accessories
AC/DC Charger and extended body for longer run time (2-18650 only) Can not use CR123's with Body Extender due to over-voltage. Extended length 10"

  • Model: AE-TGMK2-BP
  • Manufactured by: AE Light

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