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LED Lenser P7.2 has arrived

LED Lenser have announced that their new LED Lenser P7.2 hand-held torch has arrived.

This stunning lighting instrument is an evolution of one of their best-selling models, the P7, which has been intricately re-evaluated to deliver a significantly increased level of performance that sets it apart from the crowd. Fans of the the TV series Sherlock Holmes, featuring Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, may recognise the torch as it’s the one that Sherlock uses on the show.


The LED Lenser P7.2 features new CREE LED, reconfigured increased lighting range and a host of cutting edge-design improvements all combine effortlessly to deliver the next generation of lighting.

Check out the full specs below or visit the official LED Lenser website for more information.

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Operational Modes

Low: 40 lumens; 50 hours run-time; 100 m beam range
Power: 250 lumens; 4 hours run-time; 220 m beam range
Boost: 320 lumens; 2 hours run-time; 260 m beam range

The boost mode is obtained by pushing and holding-in the tail cap switch.

Technical Details

Type: Professional hand-held torch
Operating Modes: Boost: 320 lumens / Power: 250 lumens / Low: 40 lumens
Beam Range: Boost: 260 m / Power: 220 m / Low: 100 m
Run Time: Boost: 2 hours / Power: 4 hours / Low: 50 hours
Maximum Luminous Flux: 320 lumens
Focus: One handed speed focus
Optics: Advanced Focus System: Spot to flood
Batteries Required: 4 x AAA alkaline (included)
Overall Length: 141 mm
Head Diameter: 37 mm
Barrel Diameter: 29.5 mm
Weight: 175 grams
Colours Available: Matt Black
Body Material: Aircraft grade aluminium
Electrical Contacts: Gold plated contacts
Switch Type: End cap switch
Warranty: 5 Years
Regulatory Compliance: CE / RoHS

Packaging and Contents

Supplied in a black presentation box and includes:
LED Lenser P7.2 LED torch x 1
Durable Nylon holster x 1
Wrist lanyard x 1
Duracell alkaline AAA battery x 4

Greg Ellwood
Greg Ellwoodhttp://www.entertainment-focus.com
Greg is the Deputy Editor of Entertainment Focus. He writes about Games, Tech and TV. You can find him on Xbox/PSN/Steam as Tahllian.

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