Rogue 2 Flashlight

$49.99 (Excl. HST/GST)
Weight: .244kg
Width: 14cm
Height: 5cm
Length: 24cm
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Categories Handheld , Flashlights

Stratospheric light output from a dual-output flashlight that features a sculpted body that's rugged yet beautiful. You just might consider storing this one on your mantle.

  • High-strength aluminum body with open architecture design; effectively dissipates heat and fits comfortably in the hand
  • Durable power-regulated LED maximizes output and runtime; never needs replacing
  • Micro-textured reflector creates a smooth, powerful beam
  • Ergonomic "clickie" tailcap switch allows for easy switching between two output levels
  • Lanyard and wrist strap, included
  • Powered by two AA alkaline batteries; included
  • Sealed with O-rings; waterproof to one meter for30 minutes.


light output: 100/10 lumens
runtime: 3/72 hours
length: 6.5 inches
weight: 5.8 ounces
waterproof: up to 1 meter
battery: two AA alkalines

  6 Responses to “Rogue 2 Flashlight”

  1. […] intensity LED flashlights are the key. I find that the combination of my 100 Lumen Rogue 2 and 50 Lumen Link allow me to capture some good pictures on location at night with my Blackberry. […]

  2. […] flashlight.  I switched to LED flashlights a few years ago and haven’t looked back.  My 100 lumen Rogue2 provides an excellent, clear, beam when searching for those hard to findgeocaches.  Again, […]

  3. […] Rogue 2 Handheld (2 X AA – lumen output of 100 on high, 10 on low) […]

  4. […] Rogue 2 with two Alkaline AA batteries and 100 Lumen output […]

  5. In my continuing quest for an all-round general purpose geocaching flashlight, I think that the Rogue 2 comes very close to the perfect choice. Aside from the features advertised on the website, and on the web elsewhere, it has several key features that I look for and appreciate.

    – The dual lumen settings are very close to what I need. 10 lumens for trailwalking and battery saving. 100 lumens for searching.

    – Bright coloured case. Easy to spot if you drop it. Also, since most flashlights are black, it’s easy to spot yours in the crowd.

    – Safety shutoff. Twisting the lens housing an eighth of a turn disconnects the switch. No more dead batteries caused by the exposed rear switch being engaged in your caching bag (a fault with all these types of flashlights, btw).

    – Twisting the lens housing while the flashlight is turned ON also toggles the lumen setting.

    – Lightly depressing the rear switch turns the light on without engaging the switch. A repeat pressing toggles the lumen setting. Another neat feature.

    There’s a good review of the features of this flashlight at

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  6. Another neat feature I ‘discovered’ the other night…

    The light only works on low when the batteries are dying.

    A good visual reminder that save you wondering. I have no exact timing for the amount of time you have left once you hit the ‘low battery’ indicator, but it was sufficient for me to continue the search, find the cache, then walk out the trail to my truck (and fresh batteries).

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