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About Pelican Super SabreLite #2000

Super Sabrelite submersible to 550 feet (150 meters) and is made of unbreakable ABS material with a high-impact polycarbonate lens The SabreLite has an exclusive state-of-the-art laser spot xenon lamp module that produces a tightly-focused white light beam The SabreLite includes a belt clip, stainless steel split ring, and black lanyard that allows the flashlight to be attached to a pocket, belt, or hand Accidental turn on and mechanical switch failure is eliminated because of the rotary on/off switch The light also includes a safety battery tray with 3 "C" cell alkaline batteries (not included) in order to avoid accidents if the cells are inverted The SabreLite is ATEX, FM, CSA, MSHA and UL approved Unconditionally guaranteed forever

NSN# - 6230-01-496-3640 2000 Zone 1 (Peli)
- 6230-01-324-2951 2000B Orange
- 6230-01-295-1259 2000B Yellow
- 6230-01-281-3775 2000B Black

The Pelican Super SabreLite #2000 is commonly used for Safety Backup and more. One reason why the Pelican Super SabreLite #2000 is popular is because of its Compact.

Warranty Information

This product has a limited lifetime warranty.

www.pelican.com
(800) 473-5422

Pelican Super SabreLite #2000 Features

  • 400% increased net candlepower.
  • Meets military specs.
  • Length: 7 13/16"

Pelican Super SabreLite #2000 Specifications

Power (Watts)
3.42,, Peak Beam Candlepower 12,000
Lamp
Xenon
Burn Time (Hours)
41765
Batteries
3 Alkaline "C" Cells, (Not Included)
Available in the Following Colors:
Black, Orange, Yellow
Handle
Tubular
Mfr #
SKU
PLN2000

Super SabreLite #2000 Customer Reviews

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Pelican Super SabreLite #2000
 
3.0

(based on 13 reviews)

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64%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Compact (4)
  • Durable (3)
  • Good value (3)
  • High intensity (3)
  • High quality (3)

Cons

  • Not waterproof (3)

Best Uses

  • Safety backup (4)
  • Recreational (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Advanced (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (4)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

very reliable, easy to use and maintain.

use this on 10 dives up to 100ft, tropical and Canadian waters. I twist it on before descending, and keep it on my wrist with my lanyard. in daylight hours it does not ...Read complete review

use this on 10 dives up to 100ft, tropical and Canadian waters. I twist it on before descending, and keep it on my wrist with my lanyard. in daylight hours it does not provide much noticeable light, but works great for looking into holes and caves. It has a very focused beam much like a light saber from Star Wars, hence the product name.

i have never experienced a flood, leak, or even mild condensation with this light.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not to Bad

I use this light on a day to day basis as a commercial diver. I have found that it will with stand almost any abuse. It floods easily if not sealed on surface, internal...Read complete review

I use this light on a day to day basis as a commercial diver. I have found that it will with stand almost any abuse. It floods easily if not sealed on surface, internal parts corode.

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4.0

Good Backup Light

By JD

from Anacortes, Washington

About Me Advanced

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Reliable

Cons

  • None

Best Uses

  • Safety Backup

Comments about Pelican Super SabreLite #2000:

I read several reviews that stated that this product had a problem with flooding. I just want to say that I have had a Super Sabre for ten years and have had it with me on many dives in the cold waters of the pacific northwest, dives ranging from 30 to 120 fsw. I lost it once at 119 feet and found it on a subsequent dive. It is still working great and have had no flooding issues. Of course we all know it screws down to turn off and not to turn it past the point of comming on. It will surely flood then. Great light.

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4.0

very reliable, easy to use and maintain.

By luke

from Vancouver Canada

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Compact
  • Reliable
  • Well-Focused

Cons

  • Very focused beam
  • Wrist lanyard slips

Best Uses

  • Night Diving
  • Recreational
  • Safety Backup

Comments about Pelican Super SabreLite #2000:

use this on 10 dives up to 100ft, tropical and Canadian waters. I twist it on before descending, and keep it on my wrist with my lanyard. in daylight hours it does not provide much noticeable light, but works great for looking into holes and caves. It has a very focused beam much like a light saber from Star Wars, hence the product name.

i have never experienced a flood, leak, or even mild condensation with this light.

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  • No

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1.0

Floods.

By Harpo

from Washington, DC

About Me Advanced

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Pros

    Cons

    • Not Waterproof

    Best Uses

      Comments about Pelican Super SabreLite #2000:

      Bought six to use with a group of divers on vacation. Every single one flooded, two of them on the first dive without even being used. I have been using screw-down lights for 20 years and know what I am doing. These lights may be great on a boat, but I would never take one on a dive again.

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      • No
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      2.0

      Needs a Switch Not for diving

      By RichieG

      from Cornwall NY

      About Me Advanced

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

      • Compact

      Cons

      • Not Waterproof

      Best Uses

        Comments about Pelican Super SabreLite #2000:

        The first time I used this light it flooded right away. On the surface befroe going under I showed it to a more experienced tech diver and he afffirmed that the twist on system was designed to prevent flooding. It didnt. The only way to prevent that is to turn it on before the dive and keep it on until back on the surface. That doesnt fill my idea of a back up light. I will be sendindg it back to Pelican and request a model with a switch .

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        3.0

        An "OK" light.

        By Bob F.

        from Orange County, CA

        About Me Advanced Diver

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        Pros

        • Long Bulb Life

        Cons

        • Breaks Easily
        • Drains Batteries

        Best Uses

        • Recreational
        • Safety Backup

        Comments about Pelican Super SabreLite #2000:

        The tray for the batteries is a weak point. The bottom is plastic and has a tendency to break if struck or dropped. Also, must be careful when loading new batteries or it will crack. On the other hand, the lifetime warranty service is great and they shipped replacement parts same day.

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        Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
        TIMOTHY H  Pelican will replace for free if it breaks and it's been my experience sooner or later it will get broken. Also the octagonal end piece is MUCH easier to turn underwater than the round ones.
        Bill P  Which way does the battery go in this lite. Mine just came back from loaned out in a mess. Yes it is a question. Is anyone there?????
        RICHARD S  the positive end goes in first.
        Shopper  How do you turn the flashlight on?
        Fritz F  I have tried this but it will not turn no matter how hard you try.
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