Length: 4.5 inches
Diameter: 0.86 inches
Weight: 1.8 ounces
Typical Output Levels and Runtimes + (LED drive current)
Moonlight: 0.2 OTF lumens for 30 days, (1ma)
Low: 4 OTF lumens for 5 days (10ma)
Medium: 22 OTF lumens for 20 hours (50ma)
High: 85 OTF lumens for 4.5 hours (250ma)
Max: 230 OTF lumens for 1.8 hours (990ma)
Strobe: 230 OTF lumens for 3 hours
Beacon:0-230 OTF lumens pulse for 23 hours
Operating your Quark 1232 is simple. Make sure its
batteries are inserted with the positive side (+) toward the head.
Ensure the bezel (the 'head' of the light) and tailcap are tightened,
then depress the tailcap button fully so that it 'clicks' and the light
The two most commonly used modes are Max and Moonlight, the highest
and lowest modes. To access Max, you simply tighten the bezel. To
access Moonlight, you just loosen the bezel a half-turn. That's it.
You can also cycle through the Quark's other modes just as easily.
Lightly depress the button momentarily (you don't need to 'click' it
off) and the output will switch to the next mode. The mode sequence is
determined by whether the bezel is tightened or loosened:
Loosened Bezel: Moonlight -> Low -> Medium -> High -> SOS -> Beacon
Tightened Bezel: Max -> Strobe
Once the Quark has been turned off for at least three seconds, it
will revert to the first level of output in the sequence, either
Moonlight or Max.
4Sevens warrants its products to be free from defects in materials
and workmanship. We will repair or replace, at our option, without
charge, any product or part which is found to be defective under normal
use and service within 120 months from the date of purchase with proof
of purchase. Such repair or replacement shall be the purchaser's sole
and exclusive remedy under this warranty. This warranty does not cover
normal maintenance and service and does not apply to any products or
parts which have been subject to modification, misuse, abuse,
negligence, accident, or improper maintenance or repair by anyone other
Please note: some pictures shown below use the tactical model (protruding tailcap).