The LED Lenser P7.2 brings two brothers to relaunch the successful LED Lenser P7 on the market. And right away: the P7.2 convinced us all along the line and received by us the award as winner.
When unpacking immediately pierces the altered optic eye: The stylish enclosure in matt black and red shimmering lens together make her a lot. But under the hood has done a lot.
The performance was a maximum of 320 lumens increased while the length of 13cm remained the same and the weight even on 177g sank. The range was a whopping 260m be improved. Included in addition to is hand strap and a set of AAA batteries and a handy belt holster included. How da predecessor, the LED Lenser P7.2 is to IPX-4 splashproof.
The light beam of Zweibrüder LED Lenser P7.2 can easily with just one hand focuses are. There are three brightness levels are available:
The quality of the light cone can be, there would be with a winner, nothing to be desired. However, lacking a memory mode, so that the LED flashlight always starts in mode “Hell”.
As always with models of the LED Lenser series brings the ability to focus the light beam a disadvantage: the LED flashlight is only splashproof. Raindrops make the lamp is not, but for intensive outdoor adventure the Lenser P7.2 LED is not appropriate.
The lack of regulation falls into this category: While casual users are unlikely to notice the lack of consistency of luminosity, professionals should be more competitive models or the regulated lamps from Zweibrüder such as the LED Lenser M7Renvisage.
Zweibrüder LED Lenser P7.2 Test Conclusion
Compared to the older brother LED Lenser P7 the P7.2 must hide under any circumstances. On the contrary, in terms of power put two brothers once again gained a lot and handling is responsive to customer feedback. The larger switch simplifies operations with gloves and does in winter very pleasantly noticeable. The processing is excellent and for most outdoor enthusiasts should the splash protection completely sufficient. Who needs intensive water protection, however, should have a look at the Fenix TK41 or NiteCore EA4 throw. A deserved winner in Bridgat LED Flashlight!