SureFire Stiletto Pro Multi-Output Rechargeable Pocket LED Flashlight Black

(10 customer reviews)

$229.00

Product details

Color Black
Power Source Battery Powered
Light Source Type LED
Material Aluminum
Included Components Flashlight, Micro-USB cord, Manual, Sticker
Battery Cell Composition Lithium Polymer
  • SureFire’s proprietary MaxVision Beam reflector projects a wide flood beam for ideal situational awareness
  • Primary switch activates 1, 000-lumen high, 300-lumen medium and 25-lumen low output for a wide variety of tasks; switch can be programmed to reverse the activation sequence for tactical or task preferences
  • Tactical tail switch instantly activates high output; click for optional tactical strobe when white light is used as a fighting tool
  • Integrated MICRO-USB rechargeable lithium polymer battery is and reduces the cost of operation
  • LED Fuel Gauge allows easy tracking of battery charge/ discharge status
SKU: B0818HTLVF

Description

The bigger, brawnier brother to the SureFire Stiletto, the Stiletto Pro is a high-output flashlight with a slim profile that fits comfortably in any pocket, and can be drawn and activated with ease. Optimized by SureFire’s proprietary MaxVision Beam reflector, the Stiletto Pro’s 1, 000 lumens of smooth, well-rounded light in high-output mode are easily accessed by the body’s primary switch or tactical tail switch, the latter also accessing an optional high-frequency strobe that is useful for blinding an attacker. Like the Stiletto, the Stiletto Pro also features a 300-lumen medium output and a 25-lumen low output, giving it the versatility to handle a wide variety of tasks, and the primary switch can be programmed to reverse the activation sequence. A rechargeable lithium polymer battery and included MICROUSB cable charger make it easy to keep the Stiletto Pro powered up, and its Melonite-coated, reversible heavy-duty spring steel pocket clip keeps the light secure and accessible whether you prefer to store it with the bezel up or down. Machined from Mil-Spec hard-anodized aluminum for tremendous durability, the SureFire Stiletto Pro is one tough, pint-sized powerhouse.


From the manufacturer

PLR-B STILETTO

PLR-B STILETTO

Mil-Spec hard-anodized aluminum body

PLR-B STILETTO

USB Rechargeable (cable included)

Powered by an Integrated MICRO-USB rechargeable lithium polymer battery

  • Reduces the cost of operation
  • LED Fuel Gauge for tracking battery charge/discharge status
  • Less waste for the environment
  • Programming switch unlocks activation sequences to choose between tactical and/or task illumination preferences.

SureFire Stiletto Pro

Multi-Output Rechargeable Pocket LED Flashlight

The bigger, brawnier brother to the SureFire Stiletto, the Stiletto Pro is a high-output flashlight with a slim profile that fits comfortably in any pocket, and can be drawn and activated with ease. Optimized by SureFire’s proprietary MaxVision Beam reflector, the Stiletto Pro’s 1,000 lumens of smooth, well-rounded light in high-output mode are easily accessed by the body’s primary switch or tactical tail switch.

  • High-performance LED and MaxVision Beam reflector projects a wide flood beam ideal for situational awareness
  • Primary switch activates high, medium and low light output for a wide variety of tasks
  • Mil-Spec hard-anodized aluminum body is corrosion resistant, and passes IPX7 water testing to one meter for 30 minutes
  • Melonite coated, reversible, spring steel pocket clip for bezel up, everyday carry quick access
  • LED Fuel Gauge allows easy tracking of battery charge/ discharge status

PLR-B MaxVision LED

PLR-B TACTICAL SWITCH

PLR-B PRIMARY SWITCH

PLR-B PROGRAMMING

High-Performance MaxVision LED

The Stiletto Pro’s multi-output LED is paired with a proprietary reflector to create our MaxVision Beam, a useful wall of light that fills in the space around you.

Tactical Switch

The rear Tactical switch activates high output and an optional tactical strobe when white light is used as a fighting tool.

Primary Switch

The primary switch on the body activates a wide 1,000-lumen, medium 300-lumen or dialed-down 25-lumen beam.

Programming Switch

Programming switch unlocks activation sequences to choose between tactical and/or task illumination preferences.

PLR-B Pocket Clip

PLR-B slim

PLR-B lumen output

Melonite Coated Spring Steel Pocket Clip

The heavy duty pocket clip will always keep the Stiletto Pro quickly accessible and secured.

Slim Design

Mil-Spec hard-anodized aluminum body is corrosion resistant, and passes IPX7 water testing to one meter for 30 minutes.

Max Lumen Output

With a high output of 1,000 blinding lumens, the versatile Stiletto Pro is ready for most any task at hand.

Additional information

Weight 4 kg
Dimensions 4.5 × 1.7 × 0.87 cm
Color

Black

Power Source

Battery Powered

Light Source Type

LED

Material

Aluminum

Included Components

Flashlight Micro-USB cord Manual Sticker

Battery Cell Composition

Lithium Polymer

Item Weight

4 ounces

Number of Batteries

1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. included

Product Dimensions

4.5D x 1.7W x 0.87H

Brand

SureFire

Battery Description

LED

Style

Stiletto Pro

Package Weight

0.18 Kilograms

Item Dimensions LxWxH

2 x 1 x 4.5 inches

Brand Name

SureFire

Warranty Description

1 Year Limited

Model Name

Stiletto Pro

Suggested Users

unisex-adult

Number of Items

1

Part Number

PLR-B

Model Year

2019

Sport Type

Cycling Hunting Climbing Tactical & Military Fishing

Hand Orientation

Ambidextrous

ASIN

B0818HTLVF

Date First Available

November 25 2019

Manufacturer

SureFire

10 reviews for SureFire Stiletto Pro Multi-Output Rechargeable Pocket LED Flashlight Black

  1. Jim and Carli

    Sweet lightSo I’m kind of a flashlight freak. That and tape measures I feel like I have to buy all the time. This light is awesome and really unique. First off it is super bright on the max setting which is 3 presses of the button. The thing that makes it so much more different is it throws light really wide quickly. It lights a room up in well rather than a super long beam. Great for inside or close quarters. It does get SUPER HOT. Like after 10 seconds of being on you can’t hold your hand in front of the light. So maybe not a good light for kids to handle but a great addition to the collection. Haven’t done any of the program things because I don’t want to read instructions.

  2. R.L.B.

    Durable, Utterly Reliable. Intuitive On-Off System.I keep this light in my pocket and have been using it multiple times a day, for 20 months now. At night, when walking my dog, and bagging his poo, I keep it clipped to my baseball cap. The clip is durable enough for use on a belt. This light has been dropped on concrete, used in every kind of weather and never failed to work. Battery life has been more than adequate.I have found the three light levels to be useful and convenient. In an emergency the highest setting is bright enough to temporarily blind an attacker.Because there are two, side-by-side buttons, It takes a little familiarity to always choose the right one. Beyond that, the on-off and light level adjustment button is probably the most intuitive in the industry. No long presses or other unexpected complications …. Nothing to learn. It just works as one would expect.For me, this light has been well worth the money.

  3. DF Senf

    Another Great Light from SureFireI like the physical profile of this light and the fact that it is rechargeable. This light will be used while visiting relatively remote areas around the world where power is available for recharging if necessary. This will be part of my GORUCK ready bag.

  4. Charlie

    One of my favorite lightsReally bright and the shape makes it easy to store in the spot I wanted it for in my RAM truck dash area. I like the button programming also for both buttons

  5. Justin

    Best EDC lightI’ve been carrying this surefire stiletto pro every day for 2 years and can’t imagine not having it. There is nothing to dislike about this light, it’s bright, small, rechargeable and carries in your pocket so nice you won’t even know it’s there! I actually lost my original one because I misplaced it and ordered another one the next day, I ended up finding my original one and that’s the one i still carry. I work 3rd shift and use this light multiple times a night.

  6. The Scientist

    A car headlight in your pocketSurefire has always made excellent, durable products that are at times a little on the pricey side.I wanted a new pocket flashlight to replace my 300 lumen Surefire Sidekick I’ve been carrying in my pocket for years. It was compact and powerful but could get hot after a few minutes of use.The Sidekick performed well but the Stiletto Pro model can pump out 1000 lumens which was unthinkable for something this size a few years ago. It also fits easily into my pocket (is slim, about the size of a Leatherman multitool but thinner and shorter) and shares space with keys, small multi tool, and other EDC items. Having a pocket organizer keeps things organized and in easy reach.My use case is security and situational awareness at night time. While out in the dark (trick or treating, running, hiking), a flashlight is your best friend that can help you with the mundane (crossing city streets at night on foot and not getting run over by cars); and the more exciting wildlife encounters (saved me from an overly enthusiastic critter while out running). In the safety/defense use case, it also has a built in emergency strobe mode to scare off critters and give human attackers a good Pokémon seizure.Operationally, the light mode activation sequence can be programmed to start with High (1000 lumens) -> Medium (300) -> Low (25). There is a rear tactical switch to quickly activate the emergency strobe as well as additional features for button lockout. My original worries about accidentally switching it on in my pocket were unfounded as Surefire has engineered the switches with a higher activation pressure threshold.Another problem with flashlights of this illumination (power) class is heat dissipation. The sidekick would get quite hot after a few minutes of runtime in high mode. Have also purchased an older Guardian (800 lumens) that offers similar high power illumination but runs so hot that it burns your hand.The body of the Pro model is also machined from aluminum which seems to dissipate heat better. Having only acquired it recently and test run it for 5 minutes continuously, it appears to dissipate heat well (no burns yet).Overall, the Stiletto Pro meets all my humble functional requirements and I highly recommend it.

  7. Benjy

    This is a great edc light.Feels great in the pocket, extreamly bright, durable and the 1 button turbo access is great.

  8. L and L + R n’ N

    Don’t buy into negative reviews, this is game-changing.I went into this SKEPTICAL, I admit. Mostly due to negative reviews about heat, bad battery life, etc.But let me tell you, I am glad I took the risk.This thing is rock solid, built like an absolute tank. The weight isn’t soo much that I’d call it “overkill” but it’s definitely satisfying, and feels quality without question. The swappable pocket clip carries deep, and has great retention. The light has yet to get concerningly hot, or even uncomfortably warm after a few 30-60 minute runs. Also, the buttons are REALLY nice, not mushy or soft (I was concerned about in-pocket activation due to a review), but this takes an intentional strong press to activate which it responds to with a crips “click” sound and feel, no worries at all of it going off in my pocket given the weight of the button press, and the fact that it’s recessed in the housing just adds to the safety (unless you wear the tightest skinny jeans made, or maybe received a defective unit).The lumen output exceeded my expectations (its rated at 1,000 but is brighter than EVERY other light I own at the 1,000 setting), which I assume to be a classic surefire move of UNDER selling their brightness to be conservative, rather than stretching the truth. I appreciate this more than expected. I also found the interface to be very easy to use, and the lockout simple yet effective.The beam pattern is crisp and clean, small spill, but very focused. The battery life has been as-advertised for me thus far, and something I have no complaints about.I really went into this cautiously, but immediately fell in love. Surefire has been consistently worth the $ in my experiences.11/10, get one!like it soo much I’m considering the lower-end Stiletto Standard as a “travel light” given the lower cost and reduced weight.

  9. Basilio

    Great LightGreat pocket light!

  10. farmboy

    Built like a tank. Very high qualitySemi flat body is very easy to carry. 1000 lumen. Brightness gradients and it strobes. Excellent piece of kit.

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