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Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black

Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black

Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 Lumen Professional Tactical Flashlight with High/Low/Strobe w/2 x CR123A Batteries - 750 Lumens,Black
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Features

  • C4 led technology for extreme brightness
  • Led solid state power regulation provides maximum light output throughout battery life
  • Deep dish parabolic reflector produces a concentrated beam with optimal peripheral illumination
  • Regulated run time provides consistent performance throughout battery life
  • Durable anodized aluminum construction with knurled body for a sure grip

Description

The compact and powerful ProTac HL now shines brighter high lumen and producing a blinding 750 lumen beam to flood a large area with light. Ten Tap Programming. Choice of three user selectable programs: high/strobe/low; high only; low/high. C4 LED technology, impervious to shock with a 50,000 hour lifetime. 3 light output levels: high, low and medium. High for maximum illumination: 750 lumens; 18,300 candela peak beam intensity; 270m beam distance; runs 1.25 hours. Low for a less intense beam and longer run time: 35 lumens; 900 candela peak beam intensity; 60m beam distance; runs 18 hours. Strobe for disorienting or signaling: runs 2.5 hours. Multi function, push button tail switch for one handed operation. Optimized electronics provide regulated intensity. Durable anodized machined aircraft aluminum construction; O ring sealed glass lens. Anti roll head prevents the light from rolling away when you set it down. Removable pocket clip. IPX7; waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes. 1 meter impact resistance tested. Includes two 3V CR123A lithium batteries and nylon holster. 5.40 Inch (13.7 cm); 5.6 Ounce (159g) with batteries. Limited lifetime warranty. RoHS compliant.


Manufacturer Streamlight Inc


Part Number 88040


Item Weight 0.6 ounces


Product Dimensions 5.25 x 1.37 x 1.45 inches


Item model number 88040


Batteries 2 CR123A batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 750 Lumens


Color Black


Style Protac HL, 750 Lumens


Material Aircraft Aluminum


Power Source Battery-Powered


Voltage 6 Volts


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Type of Bulb LED


Included Components Flashlight


Batteries Included? Yes


Batteries Required? Yes


Battery Cell Type Lithium Ion


Average Battery Life 1.5 Hours


Warranty Description Streamlight's Limited Lifetime Warranty warrants this product to be free of defect, including the LED, for a lifetime of use. We will repair, replace or refund the purchase price, at our option, of any Streamlight product that does not work as a result of a manufacturing defect for as long as you own it. This limited lifetime warranty excludes abuse, batteries, switches, electronics and normal wear and tear. Switches and electronics have a two (2) year warranty with proof of purchase.


National Stock Number 6230-01-626-6796


ASIN B007RB82CS


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,546 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #31,055 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #456 in Handheld Flashlights


Date First Available March 30, 2012


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Features

  • C4 led technology for extreme brightness
  • Led solid state power regulation provides maximum light output throughout battery life
  • Deep dish parabolic reflector produces a concentrated beam with optimal peripheral illumination
  • Regulated run time provides consistent performance throughout battery life
  • Durable anodized aluminum construction with knurled body for a sure grip

Description

The compact and powerful ProTac HL now shines brighter high lumen and producing a blinding 750 lumen beam to flood a large area with light. Ten Tap Programming. Choice of three user selectable programs: high/strobe/low; high only; low/high. C4 LED technology, impervious to shock with a 50,000 hour lifetime. 3 light output levels: high, low and medium. High for maximum illumination: 750 lumens; 18,300 candela peak beam intensity; 270m beam distance; runs 1.25 hours. Low for a less intense beam and longer run time: 35 lumens; 900 candela peak beam intensity; 60m beam distance; runs 18 hours. Strobe for disorienting or signaling: runs 2.5 hours. Multi function, push button tail switch for one handed operation. Optimized electronics provide regulated intensity. Durable anodized machined aircraft aluminum construction; O ring sealed glass lens. Anti roll head prevents the light from rolling away when you set it down. Removable pocket clip. IPX7; waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes. 1 meter impact resistance tested. Includes two 3V CR123A lithium batteries and nylon holster. 5.40 Inch (13.7 cm); 5.6 Ounce (159g) with batteries. Limited lifetime warranty. RoHS compliant.


Manufacturer Streamlight Inc


Part Number 88040


Item Weight 0.6 ounces


Product Dimensions 5.25 x 1.37 x 1.45 inches


Item model number 88040


Batteries 2 CR123A batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 750 Lumens


Color Black


Style Protac HL, 750 Lumens


Material Aircraft Aluminum


Power Source Battery-Powered


Voltage 6 Volts


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Type of Bulb LED


Included Components Flashlight


Batteries Included? Yes


Batteries Required? Yes


Battery Cell Type Lithium Ion


Average Battery Life 1.5 Hours


Warranty Description Streamlight's Limited Lifetime Warranty warrants this product to be free of defect, including the LED, for a lifetime of use. We will repair, replace or refund the purchase price, at our option, of any Streamlight product that does not work as a result of a manufacturing defect for as long as you own it. This limited lifetime warranty excludes abuse, batteries, switches, electronics and normal wear and tear. Switches and electronics have a two (2) year warranty with proof of purchase.


National Stock Number 6230-01-626-6796


ASIN B007RB82CS


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,546 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #31,055 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #456 in Handheld Flashlights


Date First Available March 30, 2012


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • C4 led technology for extreme brightness
  • Led solid state power regulation provides maximum light output throughout battery life
  • Deep dish parabolic reflector produces a concentrated beam with optimal peripheral illumination
  • Regulated run time provides consistent performance throughout battery life
  • Durable anodized aluminum construction with knurled body for a sure grip

Description

The compact and powerful ProTac HL now shines brighter high lumen and producing a blinding 750 lumen beam to flood a large area with light. Ten Tap Programming. Choice of three user selectable programs: high/strobe/low; high only; low/high. C4 LED technology, impervious to shock with a 50,000 hour lifetime. 3 light output levels: high, low and medium. High for maximum illumination: 750 lumens; 18,300 candela peak beam intensity; 270m beam distance; runs 1.25 hours. Low for a less intense beam and longer run time: 35 lumens; 900 candela peak beam intensity; 60m beam distance; runs 18 hours. Strobe for disorienting or signaling: runs 2.5 hours. Multi function, push button tail switch for one handed operation. Optimized electronics provide regulated intensity. Durable anodized machined aircraft aluminum construction; O ring sealed glass lens. Anti roll head prevents the light from rolling away when you set it down. Removable pocket clip. IPX7; waterproof to 1 meter for 30 minutes. 1 meter impact resistance tested. Includes two 3V CR123A lithium batteries and nylon holster. 5.40 Inch (13.7 cm); 5.6 Ounce (159g) with batteries. Limited lifetime warranty. RoHS compliant.


Manufacturer Streamlight Inc


Part Number 88040


Item Weight 0.6 ounces


Product Dimensions 5.25 x 1.37 x 1.45 inches


Item model number 88040


Batteries 2 CR123A batteries required. (included)


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 750 Lumens


Color Black


Style Protac HL, 750 Lumens


Material Aircraft Aluminum


Power Source Battery-Powered


Voltage 6 Volts


Item Package Quantity 1


Number Of Pieces 1


Type of Bulb LED


Included Components Flashlight


Batteries Included? Yes


Batteries Required? Yes


Battery Cell Type Lithium Ion


Average Battery Life 1.5 Hours


Warranty Description Streamlight's Limited Lifetime Warranty warrants this product to be free of defect, including the LED, for a lifetime of use. We will repair, replace or refund the purchase price, at our option, of any Streamlight product that does not work as a result of a manufacturing defect for as long as you own it. This limited lifetime warranty excludes abuse, batteries, switches, electronics and normal wear and tear. Switches and electronics have a two (2) year warranty with proof of purchase.


National Stock Number 6230-01-626-6796


ASIN B007RB82CS


Customer Reviews 4.6 out of 5 stars 1,546 ratings 4.6 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #31,055 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #456 in Handheld Flashlights


Date First Available March 30, 2012


abunda_amazon_reviews Beware, there are a lot of counterfeits being sold Mine did not have the ten tap programing Did not have high, low, strobe...only high. Make sure you are getting the real deal here. Mine was sold and sent by Amazon;;Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Amazon sent me a counterfeit;;Lucas Trengove;;;I bought this flashlight because I work security detail in an ugly part of my city, and when I need a flashlight, I need it to work consistently every time - because my life could depend on it. For a standard flashlight, that may be too much to ask for, but for a flashlight of this reputation and price, I was expecting much more. I bought the Streamlight Protac HL 2 months ago. It worked for about a month (long enough for the return time to expire), and then the 600 lumen output drastically decreased. I assumed it was exhausted batteries, and so I bought a new package of batteries. The Streamlight did not regain its 600 lumen output. It put out less than 200 lumen, in my estimations. At times the light did not turn on at all when the switch was pressed. I assumed that this was my fault, that maybe I didn't know how to use the Streamlight's "ten-tap" technology. After all, I couldn't find anything on the internet suggesting that anyone had ever had a problem with a Streamlight. I even bought another package of batteries, just to be sure that expired batteries weren't to blame. Sure enough, it was a problem with the flashlight. Bear in mind, I had not abused the light, submerged it, dropped it, exposed it to shock or high heat, and I would go as far as to say I babied it. It spent most of its time in the holster, on my belt. Streamlight has a limited lifetime warranty on parts defects, and so I decided to send the flashlight to the Streamlight repair facility, after filling out an online repair form on Streamlight's website, accompanied by a detailed description of the problem. I asked them to call me with their findings. I paid for 2 day priority mail, it was shipped within 2 days to their facility, and by the morning of the 3rd day, it was marked as shipped back to customer. I called them and asked what the problem was with my light, and they said it was that I must be using bad or inferior batteries, because they couldn't find anything wrong with the light. I told them that there was indeed a problem with the light, and that I had used both Energiser and Duracell batteries with expiration dates of 2021, and they said that I must be mistaken, and that they strongly recommend more new batteries. Personally, I don't think they looked at it at all. When the flashlight shipped back to me, I decided to inspect it myself. I figured I'd lose nothing since honoring the warranty was seemingly ignored by Streamlight, and as is, I had a useless paperweight of a flashlight. I started by cutting the rubber button on the tail-cap off, exposing the "guts" of the flash-light's switch, and immediately exposing the problem: corrosion in the tail-cap. An easy fix that I believe that Streamlight should have easily found and fixed. I ordered a new tail-cap on eBay for $16, and the light works like new. In the end: Does the light work now? Yes, but because I fixed the problem. Did it work in the beginning? No. Did Streamlight honor the warranty? No. They insinuated that I was mistaken to weasel out of warranty work, and offered no solution to the problem. Total cost of flash light after repairs, shipping, and batteries: Easily over $100 Would you recommend this product? No. The product is made in China, offers quality craftsmanship, but poor quality control, and customer service is marginal at best. For you to buy a flash light this expensive, you would have to need it for a tactical/emergency situation, and if it doesn't work in even simple situations, you have a serious problem. I will probably get steam-rolled for this negative review, but I can only report my experience. I can't speak for the entire Streamlight brand, nor other model flashlights of this brand. I'm only speaking from my experience, and this being my first and only Streamlight, I can tell you that I'm not pleased.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2013;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;The Streamlight Protac HL works well in the end, but not without hastle and more money spent in the begininng.;;Andrew;;;Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 from seller "Amazon.com Services LLC" It came in blister pack with holster. Solid. I washed it, so waterproofing works. I read comments on the reviews about fakes having black o-rings, and legit only have red o-rings. THIS IS NOT TRUE. My Streamlight has black o-rings and silver springs. I contacted Streamlight directly and asked about it, gave my S/N to see if it was a fake. This is the response from Streamlight; "Thank you for reaching out to us. The ProTac HL should have a black o-ring with a silver spring. It looks like you have a genuine Streamlight!" Flashlight itself looks very solid, and it's no feather, for those of you looking to save every ounce. Beam is bright and well shaped. 10 tap works. Good options. I go with the low/high no strobe option.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Seems legit. I contacted Streamlight about comments on black o-rings;;Thunar;;;Im pretty sure I got the fake model of this stream light flashlight... Before purchasing I did see a comment with pictures about counterfeit ones being sold. And of course I received mine today. I'm returning it and trying to buy another one hoping it's the real one...;;Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;I received a fake one based on the pictures of another comment.;;zach;;;This is a quality flashlight and puts out a great beam of light. You can go to various sites to learn about the beam distance and spill and all that stuff, but this will really light up a good sized room (12-16) is no problem for this guy. And the lumen power is plenty for household indoor use. In fact, if you have light colored walls, it may be too bright for use with eyes just waking up in the middle of the night. The build is quality and it's durable. The only 2 things I would change, to make it perfect for my use would be remove the crenellated tail cap area. I prefer a tail cap button that is not hindered by that edge for some uses, and while the strobe seems to be something everyone wants, I prefer to be able to tap the llight on and off at will myself. Bottom line: quality and durability in a versatile and pretty powerful flashlight. Depending on your needs, it is a great light to have.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2019;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Great All Around Flashlight;;Richard K.;;;I find that Streamlight makes the best flashlights out there. For the money, they can't be beat. They are denser and tougher than any other off-brand flashlight, and they also prove to be stronger and cheaper than the Surefires. Surefires are, to me, like Bose. You're paying for the name and not much more. This, though, for 75% of the price, is twice as bright as the Surefire, tougher body, and glass that's twice as thick. I scratched my Surefire glass in no time, while the Streamlight is going strongly scratch-free for almost a year of everyday carrying. The only downsides is that the default brightness is full. You'll have to triple tap it to make it dim. I think making it dim by default would be much better for my usage.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Can't beat the value of a Streamlight;;Kevin

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Lucas Trengove - Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2020
Amazon sent me a counterfeit
Beware, there are a lot of counterfeits being sold Mine did not have the ten tap programing Did not have high, low, strobe...only high. Make sure you are getting the real deal here. Mine was sold and sent by Amazon

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Andrew - Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2013
The Streamlight Protac HL works well in the end, but not without hastle and more money spent in the begininng.
I bought this flashlight because I work security detail in an ugly part of my city, and when I need a flashlight, I need it to work consistently every time - because my life could depend on it. For a standard flashlight, that may be too much to ask for, but for a flashlight of this reputation and price, I was expecting much more. I bought the Streamlight Protac HL 2 months ago. It worked for about a month (long enough for the return time to expire), and then the 600 lumen output drastically decreased. I assumed it was exhausted batteries, and so I bought a new package of batteries. The Streamlight did not regain its 600 lumen output. It put out less than 200 lumen, in my estimations. At times the light did not turn on at all when the switch was pressed. I assumed that this was my fault, that maybe I didn't know how to use the Streamlight's "ten-tap" technology. After all, I couldn't find anything on the internet suggesting that anyone had ever had a problem with a Streamlight. I even bought another package of batteries, just to be sure that expired batteries weren't to blame. Sure enough, it was a problem with the flashlight. Bear in mind, I had not abused the light, submerged it, dropped it, exposed it to shock or high heat, and I would go as far as to say I babied it. It spent most of its time in the holster, on my belt. Streamlight has a limited lifetime warranty on parts defects, and so I decided to send the flashlight to the Streamlight repair facility, after filling out an online repair form on Streamlight's website, accompanied by a detailed description of the problem. I asked them to call me with their findings. I paid for 2 day priority mail, it was shipped within 2 days to their facility, and by the morning of the 3rd day, it was marked as shipped back to customer. I called them and asked what the problem was with my light, and they said it was that I must be using bad or inferior batteries, because they couldn't find anything wrong with the light. I told them that there was indeed a problem with the light, and that I had used both Energiser and Duracell batteries with expiration dates of 2021, and they said that I must be mistaken, and that they strongly recommend more new batteries. Personally, I don't think they looked at it at all. When the flashlight shipped back to me, I decided to inspect it myself. I figured I'd lose nothing since honoring the warranty was seemingly ignored by Streamlight, and as is, I had a useless paperweight of a flashlight. I started by cutting the rubber button on the tail-cap off, exposing the "guts" of the flash-light's switch, and immediately exposing the problem: corrosion in the tail-cap. An easy fix that I believe that Streamlight should have easily found and fixed. I ordered a new tail-cap on eBay for $16, and the light works like new. In the end: Does the light work now? Yes, but because I fixed the problem. Did it work in the beginning? No. Did Streamlight honor the warranty? No. They insinuated that I was mistaken to weasel out of warranty work, and offered no solution to the problem. Total cost of flash light after repairs, shipping, and batteries: Easily over $100 Would you recommend this product? No. The product is made in China, offers quality craftsmanship, but poor quality control, and customer service is marginal at best. For you to buy a flash light this expensive, you would have to need it for a tactical/emergency situation, and if it doesn't work in even simple situations, you have a serious problem. I will probably get steam-rolled for this negative review, but I can only report my experience. I can't speak for the entire Streamlight brand, nor other model flashlights of this brand. I'm only speaking from my experience, and this being my first and only Streamlight, I can tell you that I'm not pleased.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Thunar - Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2020
Seems legit. I contacted Streamlight about comments on black o-rings
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 from seller "Amazon.com Services LLC" It came in blister pack with holster. Solid. I washed it, so waterproofing works. I read comments on the reviews about fakes having black o-rings, and legit only have red o-rings. THIS IS NOT TRUE. My Streamlight has black o-rings and silver springs. I contacted Streamlight directly and asked about it, gave my S/N to see if it was a fake. This is the response from Streamlight; "Thank you for reaching out to us. The ProTac HL should have a black o-ring with a silver spring. It looks like you have a genuine Streamlight!" Flashlight itself looks very solid, and it's no feather, for those of you looking to save every ounce. Beam is bright and well shaped. 10 tap works. Good options. I go with the low/high no strobe option.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By zach - Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2019
I received a fake one based on the pictures of another comment.
Im pretty sure I got the fake model of this stream light flashlight... Before purchasing I did see a comment with pictures about counterfeit ones being sold. And of course I received mine today. I'm returning it and trying to buy another one hoping it's the real one...

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Richard K. - Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2019
Great All Around Flashlight
This is a quality flashlight and puts out a great beam of light. You can go to various sites to learn about the beam distance and spill and all that stuff, but this will really light up a good sized room (12-16) is no problem for this guy. And the lumen power is plenty for household indoor use. In fact, if you have light colored walls, it may be too bright for use with eyes just waking up in the middle of the night. The build is quality and it's durable. The only 2 things I would change, to make it perfect for my use would be remove the crenellated tail cap area. I prefer a tail cap button that is not hindered by that edge for some uses, and while the strobe seems to be something everyone wants, I prefer to be able to tap the llight on and off at will myself. Bottom line: quality and durability in a versatile and pretty powerful flashlight. Depending on your needs, it is a great light to have.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kevin - Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2017
Can't beat the value of a Streamlight
I find that Streamlight makes the best flashlights out there. For the money, they can't be beat. They are denser and tougher than any other off-brand flashlight, and they also prove to be stronger and cheaper than the Surefires. Surefires are, to me, like Bose. You're paying for the name and not much more. This, though, for 75% of the price, is twice as bright as the Surefire, tougher body, and glass that's twice as thick. I scratched my Surefire glass in no time, while the Streamlight is going strongly scratch-free for almost a year of everyday carrying. The only downsides is that the default brightness is full. You'll have to triple tap it to make it dim. I think making it dim by default would be much better for my usage.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Lucas Trengove - Reviewed in the United States on February 25, 2020
Amazon sent me a counterfeit
Beware, there are a lot of counterfeits being sold Mine did not have the ten tap programing Did not have high, low, strobe...only high. Make sure you are getting the real deal here. Mine was sold and sent by Amazon

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Andrew - Reviewed in the United States on October 26, 2013
The Streamlight Protac HL works well in the end, but not without hastle and more money spent in the begininng.
I bought this flashlight because I work security detail in an ugly part of my city, and when I need a flashlight, I need it to work consistently every time - because my life could depend on it. For a standard flashlight, that may be too much to ask for, but for a flashlight of this reputation and price, I was expecting much more. I bought the Streamlight Protac HL 2 months ago. It worked for about a month (long enough for the return time to expire), and then the 600 lumen output drastically decreased. I assumed it was exhausted batteries, and so I bought a new package of batteries. The Streamlight did not regain its 600 lumen output. It put out less than 200 lumen, in my estimations. At times the light did not turn on at all when the switch was pressed. I assumed that this was my fault, that maybe I didn't know how to use the Streamlight's "ten-tap" technology. After all, I couldn't find anything on the internet suggesting that anyone had ever had a problem with a Streamlight. I even bought another package of batteries, just to be sure that expired batteries weren't to blame. Sure enough, it was a problem with the flashlight. Bear in mind, I had not abused the light, submerged it, dropped it, exposed it to shock or high heat, and I would go as far as to say I babied it. It spent most of its time in the holster, on my belt. Streamlight has a limited lifetime warranty on parts defects, and so I decided to send the flashlight to the Streamlight repair facility, after filling out an online repair form on Streamlight's website, accompanied by a detailed description of the problem. I asked them to call me with their findings. I paid for 2 day priority mail, it was shipped within 2 days to their facility, and by the morning of the 3rd day, it was marked as shipped back to customer. I called them and asked what the problem was with my light, and they said it was that I must be using bad or inferior batteries, because they couldn't find anything wrong with the light. I told them that there was indeed a problem with the light, and that I had used both Energiser and Duracell batteries with expiration dates of 2021, and they said that I must be mistaken, and that they strongly recommend more new batteries. Personally, I don't think they looked at it at all. When the flashlight shipped back to me, I decided to inspect it myself. I figured I'd lose nothing since honoring the warranty was seemingly ignored by Streamlight, and as is, I had a useless paperweight of a flashlight. I started by cutting the rubber button on the tail-cap off, exposing the "guts" of the flash-light's switch, and immediately exposing the problem: corrosion in the tail-cap. An easy fix that I believe that Streamlight should have easily found and fixed. I ordered a new tail-cap on eBay for $16, and the light works like new. In the end: Does the light work now? Yes, but because I fixed the problem. Did it work in the beginning? No. Did Streamlight honor the warranty? No. They insinuated that I was mistaken to weasel out of warranty work, and offered no solution to the problem. Total cost of flash light after repairs, shipping, and batteries: Easily over $100 Would you recommend this product? No. The product is made in China, offers quality craftsmanship, but poor quality control, and customer service is marginal at best. For you to buy a flash light this expensive, you would have to need it for a tactical/emergency situation, and if it doesn't work in even simple situations, you have a serious problem. I will probably get steam-rolled for this negative review, but I can only report my experience. I can't speak for the entire Streamlight brand, nor other model flashlights of this brand. I'm only speaking from my experience, and this being my first and only Streamlight, I can tell you that I'm not pleased.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Thunar - Reviewed in the United States on April 20, 2020
Seems legit. I contacted Streamlight about comments on black o-rings
Streamlight 88040 ProTac HL 750 from seller "Amazon.com Services LLC" It came in blister pack with holster. Solid. I washed it, so waterproofing works. I read comments on the reviews about fakes having black o-rings, and legit only have red o-rings. THIS IS NOT TRUE. My Streamlight has black o-rings and silver springs. I contacted Streamlight directly and asked about it, gave my S/N to see if it was a fake. This is the response from Streamlight; "Thank you for reaching out to us. The ProTac HL should have a black o-ring with a silver spring. It looks like you have a genuine Streamlight!" Flashlight itself looks very solid, and it's no feather, for those of you looking to save every ounce. Beam is bright and well shaped. 10 tap works. Good options. I go with the low/high no strobe option.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By zach - Reviewed in the United States on August 22, 2019
I received a fake one based on the pictures of another comment.
Im pretty sure I got the fake model of this stream light flashlight... Before purchasing I did see a comment with pictures about counterfeit ones being sold. And of course I received mine today. I'm returning it and trying to buy another one hoping it's the real one...

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Richard K. - Reviewed in the United States on March 27, 2019
Great All Around Flashlight
This is a quality flashlight and puts out a great beam of light. You can go to various sites to learn about the beam distance and spill and all that stuff, but this will really light up a good sized room (12-16) is no problem for this guy. And the lumen power is plenty for household indoor use. In fact, if you have light colored walls, it may be too bright for use with eyes just waking up in the middle of the night. The build is quality and it's durable. The only 2 things I would change, to make it perfect for my use would be remove the crenellated tail cap area. I prefer a tail cap button that is not hindered by that edge for some uses, and while the strobe seems to be something everyone wants, I prefer to be able to tap the llight on and off at will myself. Bottom line: quality and durability in a versatile and pretty powerful flashlight. Depending on your needs, it is a great light to have.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Kevin - Reviewed in the United States on May 26, 2017
Can't beat the value of a Streamlight
I find that Streamlight makes the best flashlights out there. For the money, they can't be beat. They are denser and tougher than any other off-brand flashlight, and they also prove to be stronger and cheaper than the Surefires. Surefires are, to me, like Bose. You're paying for the name and not much more. This, though, for 75% of the price, is twice as bright as the Surefire, tougher body, and glass that's twice as thick. I scratched my Surefire glass in no time, while the Streamlight is going strongly scratch-free for almost a year of everyday carrying. The only downsides is that the default brightness is full. You'll have to triple tap it to make it dim. I think making it dim by default would be much better for my usage.