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About Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight

Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight
The Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight has a traditional look. The flashlight includes 4 AA Alkaline batteries for long life. It weighs 6.95 oz. and offering waterproof integrity up to 330 ft. depth rate. The flashlight produces a truer whiter light than many other LED and incandescent flashlights on the market. The innovative rubber over molded grip ensures that you'll be able to securely hold the light even under the most demanding circumstances. It has a bulb life rating of 10,000 hours with 50 hours of burn time. The flashlights rugged impact-resistant design makes it durable and with 65 lumens of brightness. Experience durability and reliability with the Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight.

The Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight is commonly used for Close-Up Viewing, Recreational, Safety Backup and more. The Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight is most used by customers who consider themselves to be a Advanced Diver, Casual/ Recreational, Recreational Diver among others. The Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight is popular because customers like the following qualities of the Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight: Accurate Ranging, Compact, Easy To Use, High Intensity, Long Bulb Life, Reliable, Strong Construction, Well-Focused.

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This product has a limited lifetime warranty.

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(609) 298-9331

Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight Features

  • Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight
  • 1-Watt LED Lamp
  • 4 x AA Alkaline Batteries (included)
  • Burn Time: 50 Hours
  • Depth Rating: 330 ft.
  • Weight: 6.95 oz. with Batteries
  • 10,000 Hour Lamp Lifetime
  • 65 Lumens of Brightness
  • Innovative Rubber Over-Molded Grip
  • Wrist Lanyard
  • Owner's Manual
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight Specifications

Lumens
65
Burn Time (Hours)
50 Hours
Lamp
1-Watt Led
Batteries
4 X Aa (Included)
Handle
Light Body W/Lanyard
Depth Rating
330 Ft.
Weight
6.95 Oz. With Batteries
Princeton Tec, Impact Xl Flashlight
Yes
Innovative Rubber Over-Molded Grip
Yes
Wrist Lanyard
Yes
Owner'S Manual
Yes
Lamp Lifetime
10,000 Hour
Available in the Following Colors:
Olive Drab, Red, Black, Blue, Neon Yellow
Weight [with packaging]
0.6 lb
Mfr #
SKU
PTCI

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Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight
 
4.0

(based on 32 reviews)

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    (11)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (3)

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83%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Easy to use (14)
  • Compact (12)
  • Long bulb life (12)
  • Reliable (12)
  • Strong construction (10)

Cons

  • Poor quality (3)

Best Uses

  • Safety backup (12)
  • Recreational (10)
  • Close-up viewing (9)
  • Professional (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Casual/ recreational (14), Advanced diver (6), Recreational diver (5), Avid adventurer (3)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (10)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Best back-up light I've used

I've gone through about a dozen "back-up" lights looking for the right one at a low price: dependable LED, long battery life, solid build. They all fell apart after a...Read complete review

I've gone through about a dozen "back-up" lights looking for the right one at a low price: dependable LED, long battery life, solid build. They all fell apart after a few dives, except this one. I finally opted for two primaries, but recently decided to give this one a try. I have really tried to punish this thing, and it keeps on working. I lost it on a 125 foot wreck dive, but found it the next day still lit-up! Only complaint is the lens has scratched earlier than expected.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not bad, but definitely has flaws/issues

This is a decent light as a backup, though not super-bright. When used during the day, it has to be carefully directed to be used as a "peeker" for under...Read complete review

This is a decent light as a backup, though not super-bright. When used during the day, it has to be carefully directed to be used as a "peeker" for under ledges, etc., or it won't be effective, as it isn't that bright around the periphery.

It would be much easier to use if it had an actual on/off switch. Instead, you turn the body of the light, as if you are tightening or loosening it (as you do when you open it or put in the batteries). This creates a real danger of opening and flooding the light when you are simply trying to turn it off. Not sure why it was designed this way.

We bought two, and one flooded the first time it was used, even though it had never been turned on or off.

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2.0

Not for Commercial Divers

By Northeast Commercial Diver

from Baltimore, MD

About Me Professional Guide

Pros

  • Accurate Ranging
  • Easy To Use
  • Quality Lenses

Cons

  • Poor Construction

Best Uses

    Comments about Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight:

    I've owned three of these lights now and they are great for recreational SCUBA but not for the rigors of commercial diving. There's only one o-ring and the plastic on the lens piece that makes up the threads is thin. Therefore, the seal is not going to stand up to anything serious. The brightness, size, and burn time are fantastic but as soon as the light floods; it's only a matter of time until it begins to flicker and die. If Princeton Tec beefed it up a little and added added a switch like their Torrent LED they'd having something great.

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    5.0

    Good & Bright

    By Dan

    from St. George, UT

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Strong Construction

    Cons

    • The Rubber Lens Protector

    Best Uses

      Comments about Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight:

      All was good except for the rubber lens protector fell off while trying to turn off the light @ 60 feet underwater & could not do it.

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      5.0

      Small but bright!

      By Brad

      from Brookfield, CT

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Strong Construction

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

      • Backup Light For Night Di

      Comments about Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight:

      Bought this light as a replacement for an earlier model. I use it as a backup light for night dives. It is small but very bright. The LED bulb is amazing. Would recommend this as a backup light or just a rugged all purpose light.

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      2.0

      not bad for shallow dives

      By johnny scuba

      from Scranton Pennsylvania

      About Me Avid Adventurer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Easy To Use
      • Quality Lenses

      Cons

      • Poor Construction

      Best Uses

      • Astronomy
      • Bird Watching
      • Hunting
      • Scuba Diving
      • Yachting

      Comments about Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight:

      An okay little light. went out for some scuba diving too about 30 to 40 feet and had no problems.the following week I went down closer to 80 feet and the light flooded at the bottom. I always make sure that the light is in the proper position before I dissent. That being said it is an awesome bright light, I really hope I just have a defective light because the max LED bulb thingy is fantastic. here's hoping for round two

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      1.0

      flooded on the 4th dive

      By fjdele

      from St. Louis, MO

      About Me Casual/ Recreational

      Pros

        Cons

          Best Uses

            Comments about Princeton Tec, Impact XL Flashlight:

            I used this on our most recent dive trip to Cozumel. It worked fine for the first three dives, but on the fourth dive I must have turned it just a little too far and it took on water and died. For the price, it is very nice but in the future I will purchase one that has a sealed on/off switch.

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            Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
            ALAN C  This small light fits in pockets easily. My wife and I often use as a day and night dive primary light. It does not have a large spot diameter so it is not a true primary light. The LED bulb does not use much power from battery so recently used it on 8 dives without having to change batteries, just kept it in BCD pocket for days. As with all dive lights I put silcone grease on the o-ring seal after every cleaning and DO NOT over turn the on off feature.
            Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
            ALAN C  This small light fits in pockets easily. My wife and I often use as a day and night dive primary light. It does not have a large spot diameter so it is not a true primary light. The LED bulb does not use much power from battery so recently used it on 8 dives without having to change batteries, just kept it in BCD pocket for days. As with all dive lights I put silcone grease on the o-ring seal after every cleaning and DO NOT over turn the on off feature.
            Shopper  Why Did You Choose This?
            ALAN C  This small light fits in pockets easily. My wife and I often use as a day and night dive primary light. It does not have a large spot diameter so it is not a true primary light. The LED bulb does not use much power from battery so recently used it on 8 dives without having to change batteries, just kept it in BCD pocket for days. As with all dive lights I put silcone grease on the o-ring seal after every cleaning and DO NOT over turn the on off feature.
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