View Full Version : Surefire+rechargables

04-27-2012, 9:05 AM
Well Im thinking its time for a new pistol light as I recently got a Glock 23 Gen 2

I DO NOT want a clamp/bolt/glue on rail for my gen 2 Glock
Please do not suggest this route
YES I am well aware of it but DO NOT want to go this route

I am 95% sure I want this light

Single output,metal bodied,combat pistol light seems to fit my needs

I have a 110% price match being run right now on the model above :cool2:
$94.50+$4 shipping-10%

Though I do have some questions,

Can the Surefire Z2X be safely run with quality rechargables?
Safely meaning, turns on when charged and does not harm the light
What rechargables are suggested??

Thank you for your help
Joseph Kearns

04-27-2012, 9:36 AM
just got my confirmation on the 110% price match :43:
$93.67 shipped

Im just about ready to pull the trigger

04-27-2012, 2:15 PM
Yes they can! I purchased the rechargeable that surefire sells on their website last week, charged them up and threw them into my lights. They are good to go! The only downside is that they supposedly don't last as long.

As far as long term then I don't know, I've only had them for a week so far.

They also have a 2 year warranty that I saw on the packagingof the batteries, not sure though.

04-27-2012, 4:18 PM
Well I pulled the trigger
I ended up getting it for $91.85 shipped

Looking forward to receiving it

04-27-2012, 4:43 PM
If you don't mine me asking, where did you get it at for that price?

04-27-2012, 5:01 PM
SWFA 110% price match guarantee+BH photography
Find a better price, fill out the price match form,wait for approval,buy and save

04-27-2012, 7:29 PM
With Surefire Rechargeable batteries, yes...because the batteries are 3.2 Volts. Be careful of aftermarket/oem/no-name batteries that are 3.7 Volts (there are plenty of them); pay close attention to the voltage. I don't think it is a good idea to over-volt and over drive the emitter (LED).