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    Default *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    Just found these, at my local Eagletac dealer.



    The EagleTac T25C2 is one of EagleTac's biggest announcements of the year. Designed from scratch, the T25C2 is a big improvement from its predecessor T20C2. The T25C2 boosts output to 1180 LED lumen with its C3300 Extreme3 circuit.


    The T25C2 also uses upgradeable LED drop-in module design, which allows the user to use optional LED dropin modules (e.g. XML color/UV 365|395/IR 850|940, etc or future released LED's). The T25C2 shares the G25C2 remote switch and extended body tube.



    The S200C2 is based on the T200C2 platform, but has an increased reflector size. It has the same size as the reflectors from the EagleTac S-series.


    The S200C2 has 380m beam distance and produces 1116 LED lumen



    The EagleTac MX25L4 is a step up from the MX25L3. The MX25L4 uses 4 18650 batteries, or 8 CR123A batteries for more runtime and higher output values.


    With the SST90 LED it produces 2850 LED lumen (2210 ANSI FL-1 lumen)
    With the SBT70 LED it produces a lower output, but an even better beam distance of 593m.
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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    This is great, thanks!

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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    Any ideal of pricing on the T25C2 as well as the drop-ins for it?
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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    Quote Originally Posted by Lun@ticFringe View Post
    Any ideal of pricing on the T25C2 as well as the drop-ins for it?
    Around $90 with XM-L2 drop-in.

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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    I just bought a T200C2 a month ago... Why oh why did you have to post this new info?

    The T25C2 MKII looks to be a definate upgrade from the older T20C2 MKII (still a great light). The T25C2's C3300 circuit (3.3A) is probably the single biggest upgrade compared to the T20C2's C2100 circuit (2.1A Turbo boost, 1.5A sustained) of the XM-L/XM-L2 models. I’m glad Eagletac decided to continue the module implementation so users can upgrade (or modify ) their light without having to buy a whole new light. FYI according to the pics I've seen the existing T20C2 MKII modules wont work with the new T25C2.

    The S200C2 with the larger head and reflector will definately increase throw. Everything looks fine except the bezel, it just looks out of place compared to the rest of the light. A more aggressive look with crenulations on the bezel would look better IMO.

    Overall its good to see Eagletac releasing new models. For a while in the past they were pretty stagnant in terms of updating their product lines.
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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    Did you actually see these lights or just the literature/pics?

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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tone View Post
    Did you actually see these lights or just the literature/pics?
    Just pics.
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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    ok, thanks

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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    They are kicking butt - just imo need a tight focus, high lux, long range 25mm body thrower. Maybe an xp-g2 in 55mm head or similar.

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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    A little bit more data:

    S200C2:



    T25C2:




    MX25L4:




    Last edited by phantom23; 12-17-2013 at 12:33 PM.

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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    I wonder if the S200C2 still steps down, slightly-10%, like the T200C2?
    It has substantially more mass in the head [5.9 oz, versus 4.4], so if it still steps down, presumably that would be because of 18650/cr123A limitations, and not heat.

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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    It steps down but simply because it's T200C2 with bigger reflector (it has the same driver), not battery limitations.
    Last edited by phantom23; 12-18-2013 at 12:28 PM.

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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    Quote Originally Posted by phantom23 View Post
    It steps down but simply because it's T100C2 with bigger reflector (it has the same driver), not battery limitations.
    Typo? I think you mean T200C2
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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    Yeah, just a typo. Corrected, thanks.

    PS. I'd love to see TX25C2 with x200C2 (or even T25C2) modes, current onea are not very useable.

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    Default Re: *new* Eagletac T25C2, S200C2 and MX25L4

    I would like the SBT-70 version. Anyone have a Review?

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    Default EagleTac S200C2

    Just wanted to comment on this light. My first "real" flashlight. Amazing. Don't have anything to reference against but I can't imagine getting any more out of such a small package.

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    Default Re: EagleTac S200C2

    I almost purchased one of these last week. Looks like it has some nice throw to it!
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    Default Re: EagleTac S200C2

    I've been interested as well. Found a beamshots video on Youtube and it looks good.

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    Default Re: EagleTac S200C2

    Really pleased with the light. It does have great throw but also a very useable flood. Also like the simplicity of just having 3 settings. I had my eye on a few others (Streamlight Protac HL, Armytek Predator 2.5, and an EagleTac T25C2) but went with this one. May buy all three in the future. It's crazy how much better a quality flash light is. My wife is concerned with my new hobby.

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    Icon15 Re: EagleTac S200C2

    My wife is concerned with my new hobby.
    As well she should be!

    Nice choice of lights BTW. I started out with EagleTacs and it was just tip of the iceberg!

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    Default Re: EagleTac S200C2

    I like my T200C2 which uses the same body and electronics. Only negative I can think of is that it could use a fourth brightness level around 80 lumens as the spacing between low and medium is pretty big.

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    Default Re: EagleTac S200C2

    Really, they should call it low, high, turbo. (and the turbo+ for the first 200 seconds)

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    Default Re: EagleTac S200C2

    I agree with the large jump between the low and medium settings, however it's nice to see that jump from medium to high as well. On a side note, I received this light with a battery and charger.

    The battery I'm not too worried about as it seems to be quality stuff (correct me if I'm wrong)

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    The charger....not so much

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    So far I haven't burned the house down but I'm opened to suggestions for a better one.

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    Default Re: EagleTac S200C2

    I went with the Nitecore i4.

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