Choirboy Ole' man river Member since Aug 2010 9318 posts
Surefire flash lights stand behind their product (Posted on 1/26/13 at 6:27 pm)
4-5 years ago I bought an E2L Outdoorsman light and it has been all it should be until this season. The tail cap switch started acting up and finally completely failed. I went online to get an idea what a new tail cap would cost. Without ever registering my light or proof of purchase they sent me the part I needed free of charge. The little light is back functioning perfectly and it didn't cost me a dime.
Kudos to Surefire!! They will get my business the next time I am in need of a light.
4LSU2 LSU Fan Madisonville Member since Dec 2009 17288 posts Online
re: Surefire flash lights stand behind their product (Posted on 1/26/13 at 6:39 pm to El Josey Wales)
OIC. You sent me to Amazon to buy some flashlights like CB after you raved on them, and I did. I ended up buying 10 lights (no clue what they are) for $10 each or something around the middle of October. They were back ordered in Taiwan, and showed up last week. I had forgotten I ordered them.
Now I have 10 flashlights hidden in every spare crevice of my new truck and toolbox.
dawg23 Baton Rouge, La Member since Jul 2011 1241 posts
re: Surefire flash lights stand behind their product (Posted on 1/26/13 at 6:56 pm to KingRanch)
quote: Every surefire I've seen takes batteries that cost about $15
Not quite that high.
You can buy the CR123 batteries on Amazon for ~$2 each - which is still higher than AA's. But the CR123's have a shelf life of ~ 10 years. In some houses that saves racing to Home Depot every time a hurricane warning is issued.
Surefire = really great lights. But I haven't ever liked the switches on their weapon lights.