SureFire Launches Their New 2211 Signature Watch

SureFire 2211 Signature Watch
SureFire 2211 Signature Watch

SureFire Tactical Lights

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. -(Ammoland.com)- SureFire, LLC, manufacturer of the world’s finest—and most innovative—illumination tools and tactical products, is proud to announce the launch of the all new rechargeable SureFire 2211 Signature WristLight.

The 2211 Signature provides hands-free tactical illumination for a broad range of low-light scenarios—including use with a handgun—and also features a fully integrated quality timepiece.

SureFire 2211 Signature Watch

When strapped to your support-side wrist, the 2211 Signature automatically aligns with a handgun when the weapon is held with a standard two-handed grip, projecting sufficient light for threat identification at close to medium range in low light and darkness.

Its broad MaxVision Beam, created by a precision faceted reflector that shapes the LED’s output into a seamless wall of white light, is generated at three output levels: 300, 60, and 15 lumens.

The virtually indestructible LED’s output is controlled via either of two ambidextrous switches found on the WristLight’s rugged polymer body.

The LED is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that’s easily charged using an included micro-USB cable—there’s even an integral LED fuel gauge that lets you know when the WristLight needs charging.

For a go-anywhere tactical light with a fully integrated timepiece—at an attractive price point to boot—you can’t go wrong with a SureFire 2211 Signature WristLight.

For more information on the SureFire 2211 Signature WristLight, visit their website.

 

About SureFire:

Located in Fountain Valley, California, SureFire, LLC is the leading manufacturer of suppressors, high-performance flashlights, weapon-mounted lights, and other tactical equipment for those who go in harm’s way, or anyone who demands the ultimate in quality, innovation, and performance. SureFire illumination tools are used by more SWAT teams and elite special operations forces than any other brand. SureFire is an ISO 9001:2008-certified company.

  • 7 thoughts on “SureFire Launches Their New 2211 Signature Watch

    1. Just a few more things the one on EBay has the light that turns red when it needs to be charged it has a plug for the charging port and it comes with a compass you can put on the band and cost from $13.00 to $21.00 took 2 weeks to get here

    2. If more reasonably priced this would be a better idea with a compass then a watch. But the price PUHLEEEEZE.

    3. First, I agree with Warrior above:
      199 for a light/watch
      229 for just the light
      600+m for a good watch. light
      Surefire makes good lights, but they are losing touch with the duty folks
      Hell no. I can get better toys

    4. So, let me see if I’ve got this correct.

      You use your non-support hand to control the flashlight strapped to your support hand should you need to change light intensity? If that’s the case, that’s bad.

      I think I will pass on this novelty item.

      1. Why would you change the intensity in a shooting situation? Flick it on and draw., and, you don’t have to muck about with turning on your pistol light, and, you have it when you reholster. 300lumens at the top end gives you a tactical advantage of blinding your opponent. Changing down the intensity would be for an admin situation. I have had this setup for about 9 months, and it is awesome. I always have a light when I need it, and, I don’t have to carry a light when carrying concealed. My only question (which I have not received an answer on – hey Surefire guys, can you answer here??) is how water-resistent the charging port is – if it isn’t, they need a plug on it to resist water and dust. Otherwise, this light is tremendous. It scares the foxes away when walking my dogs.

        1. There are a multitude of reasons and scenarios in which I would not want my light on when I first draw a weapon. And I sure as h3ll don’t want to have to use my dominant hand to control the on-off function of an off-weapon light while I’m holding my drawn weapon. Glad the watch light combo works for you to scare away the foxes. In my opinion this is a novelty item for which I would have little use as my dogs themselves can scare away the foxes and black bear just fine.

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