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Product Review: L19 2.0 Long-Range Flashlight

Product Review: L19 2.0 Long-Range Flashlight

By Sam Jacobs

Over the years, I’ve learned that having a good flashlight is invaluable, whether the power goes out, you’re working in a dark area, or forced into a self-defense situation.

I’ve owned many flashlights and been severely disappointed with most of them. Typically, they aren’t bright enough, or when they are, they don’t stay charged long enough to be helpful.

I’d just about given up on finding a high-power flashlight at a reasonable price until I came across the Acebeam L19 2.0.

L19 2.0 Overview

The L19 2.0 is a long-range flashlight. It comes with a rechargeable 21700 Li-ion battery, and you can purchase a remote pressure switch and gun mount to install it on an AR or similar rifle.

It can produce 2200 lumens and reach up to 3,553ft. It’s also waterproof, dustproof, and impact-resistant.

Knowing all this, I eagerly waited for the delivery and couldn't wait to put it to the test. I’ve been known to be tough on gear, so my testing process wasn’t a walk in the park.

I quickly discovered a few things I really like about it, suddenly realizing just how great this flashlight is. Let’s start with everything I love about this flashlight.

Benefits of the L19 2.0

  • Reasonably priced
  • Well built
  • Incredibly bright
  • Dual purpose
  • Various light modes
  • Rechargeable battery

Let’s begin with the obvious. I’m not in the market for an expensive light. I’m sure I could pay $500 to $2,000 for a flashlight that’s just as bright, but that’s not in my budget. So the L19 2.0 coming in at just over $100 is a heck of a deal.

Acebeam used high-quality materials to make this flashlight, and I can tell I will love it for years because it’s waterproof, impact-resistant, and dustproof. It can be submerged in about 15 feet of water and dropped from about 6 feet high.

The first night I got it, I called my neighbor and told him to step out on his front porch, about ¼ of a mile away. When he did, I turned my L19 2.0 flashlight on and lit up his porch from my house. This light easily reaches half a mile, so to say it’s bright is an understatement.

I enjoy being frugal, so I’m all for an item having multiple purposes. This flashlight can be the handy light you keep around the house or shop, used for hunting (more on that later) and in self-defense situations. I’ve already used it to get some honey do’s finished and see while I set controlled burns in my pastures.

Since most of the flashlights I’ve bought have been cheap, they only have one mode. That’s not the case with the L19 2.0. It has four brightness levels and a strobe mode.

The one striking benefit that stood out the most to me is the rechargeable battery. Yes, I’ve had other flashlights with rechargeable batteries, but they typically drain very quickly. This rechargeable battery has held a charge so far, and Acebeam claims it has a runtime of 62 days, which is plenty long enough for me!

I think this flashlight is incredible, and few products currently in the market can match it.

Parting Shots: Would I Buy the L19 2.0 Again?

After reading this post of the Acebeam L19 2.0, is it a flashlight you would consider buying?

I wouldn’t hesitate to repurchase this flashlight; in fact, I’m looking at purchasing the H30 USBC Rechargeable Headlamp because I was so impressed with the L19 2.0.

So far, it’s done everything it said it would. This is by far one of the best flashlights I’ve ever owned.

About Author:
Sam Jacobs is a writer, and chief historian, at Ammo. As a self-proclaimed outdoorsman, it’s his responsibility to use his knowledge and experience to educate others about ammunition, the outdoors, and conservation.