Compare Luminosity (lumens): Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
The Streamlight Stinger has a blast of 640-lumens.
Luminosity of the Surefire Lawman is – High-1,000 lumens, Medium-150 lumens, and Low-15 lumens.
Streamlight Strion is a high lumen flashlight that provides a blast of 500 lm. It has a concentrated beam with optimal peripheral illumination.
Luminosity of the Pelican 7060 is – High- 368 Lumens, Medium- 150 Lumens and Low- 18 Lumens.
Compare Light Source: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
Both, the Streamlight Stinger and the Streamlight Strion feature C4 LED technology and are shock-resistant with a 50,000 hour lifetime.
Surefire Lawman has a Rechargeable Variable-Output LED.
Compare Illumination Range: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
Streamlight Stinger provides a blast of 640 lumens with 297 meters of beam distance, delivering maximum illumination with a wide beam to search a large area.
Surefire Lawman provides a range of 1,000 lumens on high, 150 lumens on medium and 15 lumens on low.
Streamlight Strion provides a range of 500 lumens on high, 250 lumens on medium and 125 lumens on low.
Pelican 7060 provides 368 lumens on high, 150 lumens on medium and 18 lumens on low.
Compare Lens: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
Streamlight Stinger is designed with an unbreakable polycarbonate lens with scratch-resistant coating.
Surefire Lawman uses LazrBloc Protective Lens.
Streamlight Strion is designed with Borofloat high temperature glass lens.
Pelican 7060 is designed with Polycarbonate (PC) lens.
Compare Settings: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
Streamlight Stinger features 3-Lighting modes and strobe: high for high-lumen and super-bright light, medium for powerful brightness and longer run time, and low for extended run times and when a less powerful beam is needed. Strobe is for signaling or disorienting.
Surefire Lawman features a user-programmable tail-cap and head switches to provide three light output levels plus high-intensity tactical strobe.
Streamlight Strion is extremely compact and powerful, and offers 3 microprocessor-controlled variable intensity modes, strobe mode and the latest in high power LED technology. The combination of rechargeable batteries and the high power C4 LED makes it one of the lowest operating costs.
Pelican 7060 LED light uses a revolutionary dual switch technology allowing the light to be activated by a body-mounted patrol switch or a tail-mounted tactical switch. The dual switches include a momentary mode and high/strobe/medium/low beams allows the user to grip the light in several positions and still control activation. It is self- programmable, allowing the user to custom tailor the various modes to their needs.
Compare Patterns: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
Streamlight Stinger and Surefire Lawman have a beam pattern.
Streamlight Strion has a deep-dish parabolic reflector that produces a concentrated beam with optimal peripheral illumination.
Compare Material: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
Streamlight Stinger is made of aluminium.
Surefire Lawman is made of tough aerospace aluminum that is Mil-Spec hard, anodized for extreme durability.
Streamlight Strion has a durable anodized aluminum construction and Pelican 7060 is made of Xenoy.
Compare Batteries: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
Streamlight Stinger and Streamlight Strion require 1 nonstandard battery (included).
Surefire Lawman uses one lithium-ion rechargeable battery (included) or two disposable or rechargeable 123A cells.
Pelican 7060 uses a lithium-ion battery.
Compare Battery life: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
The battery life of the Streamlight Stinger is 4 hours, Surefire Lawman is 1.75 hours, Streamlight Strion is 3.5 hours and Pelican 7060 is 2 hours.
Is it waterproof?
Streamlight Stinger is IPX4 water resistant, Surefire Lawman is O-ring and gasket sealed to keep out moisture, dirt, and dust, Streamlight Strion has a PX4 rated design and is water resistant.
Are the batteries rechargeable?
Streamlight Stinger – Yes
Surefire Lawman– The Li-ion rechargeable battery can be charged through the integral charging port on the side of the Lawman’s body. It does not require you to remove the battery or place the light in a separate charging cradle.
Streamlight Strion– Has a lithium ion battery with an on-board safety control circuit and is rechargeable up to 1000 times.
Pelican 7060 features a rechargeable Lithium-Ion battery to deliver maximum brightness.
Compare Charging Time: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
Streamlight Stinger– 10 hours
Pelican 7060– 300 minutes
Compare Price: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
Streamlight Stinger– $138.03
Surefire Lawman– $339.00
Streamlight Strion– $107.99
Pelican 7060– $143.99
Compare Weight: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
Streamlight Stinger– 12.8-ounce (364 g)
Surefire Lawman– 10.2 ounce
Streamlight Strion– 5.2-ounce (148 grams)
Pelican 7060– 10.4 oz (295 gr)
Compare Dimensions: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
Streamlight Stinger– 8.85-inch (22.48 cm)
Surefire Lawman– 8.1 inch
Streamlight Strion– 5.9-inch (14.99 cm)
Pelican 7060– 8.65″ (22 cm)
Compare Warranty: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
Streamlight Stinger and Streamlight Strion come with a limited lifetime warranty.
Surefire Lawman comes with a warranty for 90 days from the date of purchase.
Pelican 7060 comes with a lifetime warranty.
Compare Reviews: Streamlight Stinger vs Surefire Lawman vs Strion vs Pelican 7060
Streamlight Stinger REVIEW
The increased lumens drain the battery faster. 600 lumens are not good for someone like a mechanic who doesn’t want to charge it after an hour or two of run time.
The flashlight works great for a while, but after some use the bulb may automatically dim after about 30 seconds of use, even when it’s fully charged.
As soon as the 30 day return period ran out the flashlight stopped.
The battery got lodged in charging port and discharged the battery. Battery is no good now.
The battery life is poor! You cannot get through two car stops without the battery dying. Sreamlight recommends having the flashlight plugged in at all times, this sometimes is not practical so do not get this light for Law Enforcement purposes.
Worked fine for about a month before it started turning itself on randomly and wouldn’t shut off without removing the battery. Tried to charge both batteries and try it again, but as soon as the battery would touch the contact inside the flashlight, it would turn on and wouldn’t shut off without removing the battery again.
Great flashlight but didn’t get the charger that was paid for.
The red light which shows charging stays on all the time. At night the brightness from the two red charging lights makes it difficult to sleep. It puts a red glow over the majority of a 12 x 12 room and where it is plugged in.
Great light but needs a lens that can be focused for long range.
Not the greatest distance for searching woods and fields. The light falls off too short. If you are looking for a good distance light that packs more lumens, the flashlight came with no lens protector. The plastic cover for the bulb was missing.
The flashlight will dim out if it’s not charged for several hours prior to use. The light is so bright at close usage that it can blind your ability to see what you’re looking at. The flashlight is a little bigger than ‘compact.’ The lens looks like it might crack if it takes a bad drop. The batteries take a very long time to charge in order to be of functional use during a typical day.
The grip is horrible for duty use. It makes pulling it out of a basket weave duty holder impossible.
It claims to be able to dim but it dims very little and it does not have memory functions to leave it in a low setting; Another thing is that you cannot leave it in low setting, it will always go back to the max output, making you cycle through all 3 setting before you get to low.
Surefire Lawman REVIEW
The memory function of this light is not good. To switch between modes/outputs you must quickly use the head switch until you reach your desired output. When you turn it off and turn it back on, it resorts back to your last used setting.
Surefire R1 Lawman doesn’t make the cut for patrol use.
High price tag, proprietary battery/magazine, 1000 lumens reduced to 500 with 123A magazine, SF unwilling to sell replacement li-ion.
It does not charge properly. It has some issues turning on, and does not turn off with the main switch.
Streamlight Strion REVIEW
The issue is with the rubber cap button- it is poorly designed and is cheaply made. After very few uses on either flashlight the button simply stopped engaging the battery.
Sometimes the tail cap won’t work and sometimes the light will stay on and won’t click off, other times you click it and it doesn’t work. After using this light for over 2 years on patrol, it has failed time and time again.
It looks sturdy but the on/off switch is defective. When needed, the switch on this failed light will go on for about a second and then go off.
The light stopped working. Although charged, it comes on and then shuts off. The only way to get it to come back in is to rotate the end off and on. It will come on again then go off.
Pelican 7060 REVIEW
The disappointment with this light is due to the lower lumens and no strobe feature vs. the Strion duty light. It is good enough for an impact weapon. It takes abuse just like the Strion. For PD duties it’s reliable and just bright enough.
It should have been a little brighter. This is a nice light, but the size and weight of it makes it difficult to operate the thumb switch.
The end cap of the light falls out and does not stay close. In other words, the end cap comes loose and the rubber activating buttons also tend to become defective and not work properly.
The button is sometimes hard to push to turn it on.
It does not have the option to adjust the beam of light and the battery life is a bit shorter than expected.
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