The Rogue series of lights is the first foray into the illumination market by relative newcomer Icon. Late addition to the game however, Icon is no stranger to flashlights. Their design originates with Surefire VP Paul Kim, himself an icon to many flashlight connoisseurs.
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EDIT 3/30/2010: EagleTac has released a slightly revised version of this excellent light. For impressions of those revisions, please click HERE.
The new P100 series were designed to be highly durable, efficient and reasonably priced flashlights. Their origin claims they are for Law enforcement and Military usage, but they function very well for the average consumer also providing a reliable tool that does what it is supposed to.
EagleTac is kind of the New Kid on the Block flashlight manufacturer that is somewhat taking the flashlight community by surprise. They currently offer a lineup of lights utilizing your choice of 1 or 2 cells in either AA or CR123A format. The P10A2 is their 2xAA light sporting a narrower, presumably more general use head.
The Fenix L2D is the 2xAA version of the P2D. Electronically speaking the two lights are identical, just using the two 1.5v batteries to make up the correct voltage. This allows for use of a more common cell with much simpler manufacturing costs. In all, a very prudent use of resources making use of the available power supplies and creating 2 lights for little more than the price of one.