SureFire E2D Defender series lights in the wild

SureFire E2D Defender Ultra and SureFire E2D Defender Tactical; they’re now pushing 1,000 lumens from the palm of your hand.

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The two most recent Surefire  E2D Defender LED handheld lights haven’t been out long enough for anyone to do much more than provide some initial feedback, but so far most reactions have been (not surprisingly) very good. We did a little social media digging to get some pictures of them in the wild.

Surefire E2D Defender Ultra photo by @svanhatt

📷 @svanhattSurefire E2D Defender Ultra Upgrade

There are two versions of the upgunned E2Defender, a single output, and a dual output, both with a cool thousand lumens aboard. Here is how they explain ’em.

The new Defender series lights feature a high output of 1,000 lumens via a virtually indestructible high-performance LED and a Total Internal Reflection (TIR) lens. The signature Defender crenulated Strike Bezel offers defensive options should the need arise. The E2D Defender Tactical and E2D Defender Ultra are both activated with a push-button click-type crenulated tailcap The machined aerospace aluminum body has a Type III MIL-SPEC hard anodized coating for durability and corrosion resistance. The bolstered dual-function pocket clip is best for bezel up or down pocket storage. Slender and powerful, the E2D Defender is an ideal everyday-carry light.

You can learn more on the E2D Defender web page, or tour around the Surefire site in general to get some background on the features that make them such a good light.

Surefire E2D Defender Ultra photo by @dynamicallyarmed
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Surefire E2D Defender Ultra photo by @adam.f__
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Connect with ’em on Facebook, /SureFire/, or follow on Instagram, @surefire_llc. It’d be worth taking a look at @surefire_lifestyle too.

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