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SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series

SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series

SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
SureFire Fury Dual-Fuel Series
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Features

  • Dual fuel battery technology allows for power by either two 123A lithium batteries or a single 18650 lithium-ion rechargeable battery
  • Virtually indestructible ultra-high-output LED generates 1,100 lumens of blinding light with two 123A batteries and 1,500 lumens with the included SF18650B micro USB lithium ion rechargeable battery
  • Mil-Spec hard anodized aluminum body, tempered window and O-ring seals make light rugged and durable
  • Press tailcap slightly for momentary-on, or fully press and click for constant-on

Description

Dual Fuel Tactical LED Flashlight Powered by a Surefire 18650 Battery (included) or 2 CR123A Batteries (not included) The 'DFT' stands for dual fuel tactical, and represents the natural evolution of our best-selling Fury Tactical flashlight into a single-output 1,500* lumen light that can also function as a searchlight. The dual fuel feature means the light can be powered by either two 123A lithium batteries or a single economical 18650 micro USB lithium ion rechargeable battery. Shapes a smooth useful beam that is far-reaching, with a bright central area that is also optimized for situational awareness. Press or click its tailcap switch for ergonomic, foolproof activation under even the most stressful conditions. High-strength aerospace aluminum body, Mil-Spec hard-anodized for extreme durability. The high-strength aerospace aluminum body and tailcap are knurled for a secure grip. Virtually indestructible LED emitter regulated to maximize output and runtime. Dual fuel battery technology allows for power by either two 123A lithium batteries or a single 18650 lithium-ion rechargeable battery With a high output of 1,500 blinding lumens, the versatile Fury-DFT is ready for most any task at hand.


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Features

  • Dual fuel battery technology allows for power by either two 123A lithium batteries or a single 18650 lithium-ion rechargeable battery
  • Virtually indestructible ultra-high-output LED generates 1,100 lumens of blinding light with two 123A batteries and 1,500 lumens with the included SF18650B micro USB lithium ion rechargeable battery
  • Mil-Spec hard anodized aluminum body, tempered window and O-ring seals make light rugged and durable
  • Press tailcap slightly for momentary-on, or fully press and click for constant-on

Description

Dual Fuel Tactical LED Flashlight Powered by a Surefire 18650 Battery (included) or 2 CR123A Batteries (not included) The 'DFT' stands for dual fuel tactical, and represents the natural evolution of our best-selling Fury Tactical flashlight into a single-output 1,500* lumen light that can also function as a searchlight. The dual fuel feature means the light can be powered by either two 123A lithium batteries or a single economical 18650 micro USB lithium ion rechargeable battery. Shapes a smooth useful beam that is far-reaching, with a bright central area that is also optimized for situational awareness. Press or click its tailcap switch for ergonomic, foolproof activation under even the most stressful conditions. High-strength aerospace aluminum body, Mil-Spec hard-anodized for extreme durability. The high-strength aerospace aluminum body and tailcap are knurled for a secure grip. Virtually indestructible LED emitter regulated to maximize output and runtime. Dual fuel battery technology allows for power by either two 123A lithium batteries or a single 18650 lithium-ion rechargeable battery With a high output of 1,500 blinding lumens, the versatile Fury-DFT is ready for most any task at hand.


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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

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Features

  • Dual fuel battery technology allows for power by either two 123A lithium batteries or a single 18650 lithium-ion rechargeable battery
  • Virtually indestructible ultra-high-output LED generates 1,100 lumens of blinding light with two 123A batteries and 1,500 lumens with the included SF18650B micro USB lithium ion rechargeable battery
  • Mil-Spec hard anodized aluminum body, tempered window and O-ring seals make light rugged and durable
  • Press tailcap slightly for momentary-on, or fully press and click for constant-on

Description

Dual Fuel Tactical LED Flashlight Powered by a Surefire 18650 Battery (included) or 2 CR123A Batteries (not included) The 'DFT' stands for dual fuel tactical, and represents the natural evolution of our best-selling Fury Tactical flashlight into a single-output 1,500* lumen light that can also function as a searchlight. The dual fuel feature means the light can be powered by either two 123A lithium batteries or a single economical 18650 micro USB lithium ion rechargeable battery. Shapes a smooth useful beam that is far-reaching, with a bright central area that is also optimized for situational awareness. Press or click its tailcap switch for ergonomic, foolproof activation under even the most stressful conditions. High-strength aerospace aluminum body, Mil-Spec hard-anodized for extreme durability. The high-strength aerospace aluminum body and tailcap are knurled for a secure grip. Virtually indestructible LED emitter regulated to maximize output and runtime. Dual fuel battery technology allows for power by either two 123A lithium batteries or a single 18650 lithium-ion rechargeable battery With a high output of 1,500 blinding lumens, the versatile Fury-DFT is ready for most any task at hand.


abunda_amazon_reviews I absolutely love being able to use either 18650 or 123A batteries since I have a plethora of both, and 1500 lumens from such a small package is just insane. I bought this because my Surefire Fury Intellibeam gave out after two years, I'm currently trying to resolve this with Surefire but I needed a light for duty until/if that happens. One thing to be aware of though which really disappointed me -- this light is *very* slightly too wide to fit in a V70 holster. I figured it would have the same dimensions as my other Fury. I don't feel it's proper to deduct a star due to that though -- although it's even more frustrating that Surefire doesn't appear to make a holster that this fits in. I don't want to risk buying some off brand holster and losing such an expensive piece of gear, so I'm not quite sure how to proceed yet.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Outstanding piece of gear!;;Brian D.;;;My 6yo "borrowed" my SureFire Peacekeeper, a light that I paid $200 for a couple of years ago. To me that light was perfect. It used an 18650 rechargeable battery, was plenty bright as a tactical light, but had a low power mode, so you could use it to walk the dog, find your car keys, or provide many hours of light if needed. However, when I went to replace it I discovered that SureFire no longer made the Peacekeeper. Worse, they didn't seem to make a light with similar specs. Their current models either couldn't use a rechargeable 18650 batter or didn't have multiple brightness settings. The Dual-Fuel Fury was the closest to the Peacekeeper's form factor and specs. However, the Tactical version of the Fury has NO low setting reminding me of the incandescent lights like the 6P they made 20 years ago. This Intellibeam version of the Fury has low settings, but switches to them automatically. You can make it stay on high, but you can't force it to stay on low. In an outside open space with nothing to reflect back it will always stay on high. 1500 lumens is pretty bright, too bright to use just to walk the dog!! Now, if I encounter a wild animal or a suspicious person I would like the option to crank up the light that bright, but I don't really want to be walking around spot lighting up the neighborhood or be visible myself for 5 miles. I ended up buying a $100 light in addition to the Fury from a competitor that I now use for this purpose. It's larger, but packs 3500 lumens from its (2) USB chargeable 18650s, including low, medium, and strobe modes. So, what to do with this one now that I'm out $200 for it? Honestly, it's going to be relegated to the car. At least it won't shine too bright when looking for my keys. However, it occurred to me that the second that I shine it in someone's face in a hurry it's going to automatically dim!!! I'll need the presence of mind to double click it if I'm warding off a would-be attacker. Hard to do when simultaneously reaching for one's pistol. I really do like the SureFire brand and don't mind paying a premium for their reputation and build quality. I also know their batteries will be of the highest possible quality, such as the very nice USB direct chargeable 3400mah 18650 that came with my Fury. However, for $200 please just give me access to the features of my light. What would one more click to access a low setting have hurt or cost to make? UPDATE: I found my SureFire Peacekeeper! Yeah, I really wish SureFire just still made this one, perhaps with 1500 lumens and with that new 18650 USB battery. Now, the Fury has become a $200 backup backup light, a purpose my 20 year old 6P or a $12 new LED light could fulfill.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 17, 2019;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Not A Tactical Light for the Control Freak or the Casual Dog Walker;;Brian C. Copeland;;;This is the light you have been looking for. It is made for duty use and is brighter than a car headlight. I only carry Surefire Lights at work because I will not trust my life to any other company. I have owned many dozens of American and Chinese flashlights and most of them fail (often unexpectedly). Don't save a few dollars just to put your life in danger (Nothing is more frightening than a light that fails when you are in a dangerous situation). Spend the money and own the best.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;The BEST Duty Light On The Market;;nighteyes3771;;;So far I am very impressed with the Intellibeam feature - you can turn this light on inside a car at night to look for something on the floor and instantly point it away for a monster search light level output . Much more flexible than pure dual output lights. Personally, I only buy dual fuel lights lately so for me its a great flashlight. The rest of the light is pure SureFire, i.e. perfection.;;Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Another SureFire Perfection;;ALY;;;I have had several Surefire flashlights, including the other 1500 lumen DF but this one takes the cake. It always gives me the perfect amount of light I need. I can read with it and it instantly and seamlessly adjusts the light for distance just as advertised. One reviewer was not happy that he couldn't adjust the maximum brightness but he should have done some research before he bought a $200 flashlight. Buyers should certainly be aware that 1500 lumens is brilliantly bright before they buy it. The quality is excellent and I couldn't be happier. But the Surefire 18650 that comes with the light proved to be unreliable even with a fresh charge. After a few episodes of this into the trash it went. All my Orbtronic 18650s work flawlessly. Well done Surefire! UPDATE: It's been several months since I got this wonderful flashlight and I am as impressed now as I was when I first bought it. It sees daily use at several distances ranging from one foot to infinity. Especially appreciated is its ability to instantly and seamlessly change its output while putting out just the right amount of light in any situation. There is not much Surefire could do to improve it.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Fantastic flashlight;;Maecenas;;;Died after only using it a few times. Tried a new battery with no luck. Sending it back. Really expensive flashlight that should never die, did. This is actually the second Surefire in 20 years, I purchased that died. Update: Emailed SureFire and within two weeks, I received a new tailcap and rechargeable 18650 battery. Everything is working for now.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Died After a few months...;;VaDavid

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Delivery

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Returns

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Brian D. - Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2018
Outstanding piece of gear!
I absolutely love being able to use either 18650 or 123A batteries since I have a plethora of both, and 1500 lumens from such a small package is just insane. I bought this because my Surefire Fury Intellibeam gave out after two years, I'm currently trying to resolve this with Surefire but I needed a light for duty until/if that happens. One thing to be aware of though which really disappointed me -- this light is *very* slightly too wide to fit in a V70 holster. I figured it would have the same dimensions as my other Fury. I don't feel it's proper to deduct a star due to that though -- although it's even more frustrating that Surefire doesn't appear to make a holster that this fits in. I don't want to risk buying some off brand holster and losing such an expensive piece of gear, so I'm not quite sure how to proceed yet.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Brian C. Copeland - Reviewed in the United States on May 17, 2019
Not A Tactical Light for the Control Freak or the Casual Dog Walker
My 6yo "borrowed" my SureFire Peacekeeper, a light that I paid $200 for a couple of years ago. To me that light was perfect. It used an 18650 rechargeable battery, was plenty bright as a tactical light, but had a low power mode, so you could use it to walk the dog, find your car keys, or provide many hours of light if needed. However, when I went to replace it I discovered that SureFire no longer made the Peacekeeper. Worse, they didn't seem to make a light with similar specs. Their current models either couldn't use a rechargeable 18650 batter or didn't have multiple brightness settings. The Dual-Fuel Fury was the closest to the Peacekeeper's form factor and specs. However, the Tactical version of the Fury has NO low setting reminding me of the incandescent lights like the 6P they made 20 years ago. This Intellibeam version of the Fury has low settings, but switches to them automatically. You can make it stay on high, but you can't force it to stay on low. In an outside open space with nothing to reflect back it will always stay on high. 1500 lumens is pretty bright, too bright to use just to walk the dog!! Now, if I encounter a wild animal or a suspicious person I would like the option to crank up the light that bright, but I don't really want to be walking around spot lighting up the neighborhood or be visible myself for 5 miles. I ended up buying a $100 light in addition to the Fury from a competitor that I now use for this purpose. It's larger, but packs 3500 lumens from its (2) USB chargeable 18650s, including low, medium, and strobe modes. So, what to do with this one now that I'm out $200 for it? Honestly, it's going to be relegated to the car. At least it won't shine too bright when looking for my keys. However, it occurred to me that the second that I shine it in someone's face in a hurry it's going to automatically dim!!! I'll need the presence of mind to double click it if I'm warding off a would-be attacker. Hard to do when simultaneously reaching for one's pistol. I really do like the SureFire brand and don't mind paying a premium for their reputation and build quality. I also know their batteries will be of the highest possible quality, such as the very nice USB direct chargeable 3400mah 18650 that came with my Fury. However, for $200 please just give me access to the features of my light. What would one more click to access a low setting have hurt or cost to make? UPDATE: I found my SureFire Peacekeeper! Yeah, I really wish SureFire just still made this one, perhaps with 1500 lumens and with that new 18650 USB battery. Now, the Fury has become a $200 backup backup light, a purpose my 20 year old 6P or a $12 new LED light could fulfill.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By nighteyes3771 - Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2018
The BEST Duty Light On The Market
This is the light you have been looking for. It is made for duty use and is brighter than a car headlight. I only carry Surefire Lights at work because I will not trust my life to any other company. I have owned many dozens of American and Chinese flashlights and most of them fail (often unexpectedly). Don't save a few dollars just to put your life in danger (Nothing is more frightening than a light that fails when you are in a dangerous situation). Spend the money and own the best.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By ALY - Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2019
Another SureFire Perfection
So far I am very impressed with the Intellibeam feature - you can turn this light on inside a car at night to look for something on the floor and instantly point it away for a monster search light level output . Much more flexible than pure dual output lights. Personally, I only buy dual fuel lights lately so for me its a great flashlight. The rest of the light is pure SureFire, i.e. perfection.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Maecenas - Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2019
Fantastic flashlight
I have had several Surefire flashlights, including the other 1500 lumen DF but this one takes the cake. It always gives me the perfect amount of light I need. I can read with it and it instantly and seamlessly adjusts the light for distance just as advertised. One reviewer was not happy that he couldn't adjust the maximum brightness but he should have done some research before he bought a $200 flashlight. Buyers should certainly be aware that 1500 lumens is brilliantly bright before they buy it. The quality is excellent and I couldn't be happier. But the Surefire 18650 that comes with the light proved to be unreliable even with a fresh charge. After a few episodes of this into the trash it went. All my Orbtronic 18650s work flawlessly. Well done Surefire! UPDATE: It's been several months since I got this wonderful flashlight and I am as impressed now as I was when I first bought it. It sees daily use at several distances ranging from one foot to infinity. Especially appreciated is its ability to instantly and seamlessly change its output while putting out just the right amount of light in any situation. There is not much Surefire could do to improve it.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By VaDavid - Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2020
Died After a few months...
Died after only using it a few times. Tried a new battery with no luck. Sending it back. Really expensive flashlight that should never die, did. This is actually the second Surefire in 20 years, I purchased that died. Update: Emailed SureFire and within two weeks, I received a new tailcap and rechargeable 18650 battery. Everything is working for now.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Brian D. - Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2018
Outstanding piece of gear!
I absolutely love being able to use either 18650 or 123A batteries since I have a plethora of both, and 1500 lumens from such a small package is just insane. I bought this because my Surefire Fury Intellibeam gave out after two years, I'm currently trying to resolve this with Surefire but I needed a light for duty until/if that happens. One thing to be aware of though which really disappointed me -- this light is *very* slightly too wide to fit in a V70 holster. I figured it would have the same dimensions as my other Fury. I don't feel it's proper to deduct a star due to that though -- although it's even more frustrating that Surefire doesn't appear to make a holster that this fits in. I don't want to risk buying some off brand holster and losing such an expensive piece of gear, so I'm not quite sure how to proceed yet.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Brian C. Copeland - Reviewed in the United States on May 17, 2019
Not A Tactical Light for the Control Freak or the Casual Dog Walker
My 6yo "borrowed" my SureFire Peacekeeper, a light that I paid $200 for a couple of years ago. To me that light was perfect. It used an 18650 rechargeable battery, was plenty bright as a tactical light, but had a low power mode, so you could use it to walk the dog, find your car keys, or provide many hours of light if needed. However, when I went to replace it I discovered that SureFire no longer made the Peacekeeper. Worse, they didn't seem to make a light with similar specs. Their current models either couldn't use a rechargeable 18650 batter or didn't have multiple brightness settings. The Dual-Fuel Fury was the closest to the Peacekeeper's form factor and specs. However, the Tactical version of the Fury has NO low setting reminding me of the incandescent lights like the 6P they made 20 years ago. This Intellibeam version of the Fury has low settings, but switches to them automatically. You can make it stay on high, but you can't force it to stay on low. In an outside open space with nothing to reflect back it will always stay on high. 1500 lumens is pretty bright, too bright to use just to walk the dog!! Now, if I encounter a wild animal or a suspicious person I would like the option to crank up the light that bright, but I don't really want to be walking around spot lighting up the neighborhood or be visible myself for 5 miles. I ended up buying a $100 light in addition to the Fury from a competitor that I now use for this purpose. It's larger, but packs 3500 lumens from its (2) USB chargeable 18650s, including low, medium, and strobe modes. So, what to do with this one now that I'm out $200 for it? Honestly, it's going to be relegated to the car. At least it won't shine too bright when looking for my keys. However, it occurred to me that the second that I shine it in someone's face in a hurry it's going to automatically dim!!! I'll need the presence of mind to double click it if I'm warding off a would-be attacker. Hard to do when simultaneously reaching for one's pistol. I really do like the SureFire brand and don't mind paying a premium for their reputation and build quality. I also know their batteries will be of the highest possible quality, such as the very nice USB direct chargeable 3400mah 18650 that came with my Fury. However, for $200 please just give me access to the features of my light. What would one more click to access a low setting have hurt or cost to make? UPDATE: I found my SureFire Peacekeeper! Yeah, I really wish SureFire just still made this one, perhaps with 1500 lumens and with that new 18650 USB battery. Now, the Fury has become a $200 backup backup light, a purpose my 20 year old 6P or a $12 new LED light could fulfill.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By nighteyes3771 - Reviewed in the United States on July 28, 2018
The BEST Duty Light On The Market
This is the light you have been looking for. It is made for duty use and is brighter than a car headlight. I only carry Surefire Lights at work because I will not trust my life to any other company. I have owned many dozens of American and Chinese flashlights and most of them fail (often unexpectedly). Don't save a few dollars just to put your life in danger (Nothing is more frightening than a light that fails when you are in a dangerous situation). Spend the money and own the best.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By ALY - Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2019
Another SureFire Perfection
So far I am very impressed with the Intellibeam feature - you can turn this light on inside a car at night to look for something on the floor and instantly point it away for a monster search light level output . Much more flexible than pure dual output lights. Personally, I only buy dual fuel lights lately so for me its a great flashlight. The rest of the light is pure SureFire, i.e. perfection.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Maecenas - Reviewed in the United States on April 7, 2019
Fantastic flashlight
I have had several Surefire flashlights, including the other 1500 lumen DF but this one takes the cake. It always gives me the perfect amount of light I need. I can read with it and it instantly and seamlessly adjusts the light for distance just as advertised. One reviewer was not happy that he couldn't adjust the maximum brightness but he should have done some research before he bought a $200 flashlight. Buyers should certainly be aware that 1500 lumens is brilliantly bright before they buy it. The quality is excellent and I couldn't be happier. But the Surefire 18650 that comes with the light proved to be unreliable even with a fresh charge. After a few episodes of this into the trash it went. All my Orbtronic 18650s work flawlessly. Well done Surefire! UPDATE: It's been several months since I got this wonderful flashlight and I am as impressed now as I was when I first bought it. It sees daily use at several distances ranging from one foot to infinity. Especially appreciated is its ability to instantly and seamlessly change its output while putting out just the right amount of light in any situation. There is not much Surefire could do to improve it.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By VaDavid - Reviewed in the United States on February 28, 2020
Died After a few months...
Died after only using it a few times. Tried a new battery with no luck. Sending it back. Really expensive flashlight that should never die, did. This is actually the second Surefire in 20 years, I purchased that died. Update: Emailed SureFire and within two weeks, I received a new tailcap and rechargeable 18650 battery. Everything is working for now.