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EOTECH’s New EFLX™ Mini Reflex Red Dot Sight: A Giant Steps into the Market

The EFLX™ is EOTECH’s first reflex optic. EOTEC is a master in the field and the EFLX looks like a winner. Rugged, high tech and a $389 MSRP? Sign me up

Designed for pistol use, the base is configured to the Leupold® Delta Point Pro™ footprint and will adapt to appropriately milled slides or onto a rear dovetail mounting adapter. This is perfect for P320 owners and those with DPP footprint milled slides.

Like other EOTECH products, it should be rugged enough for duty use with a heavy-duty aluminum housing and scratch resistant lense coatings.

The best feature is the large square window, that maintains the same aspect ratio as EOTECH’s HWS, so you have a great field of view. Available 3 or 6 MOA aiming dot lets you pick your poison; I like the 3 MOA for precision.


The widely available 2032 battery simplifies logistics and top loading allows anyone to change batteries in the field with no special tools.  The 2032 provides roughly 25,000 hours of run time at level 5 with my beloved 3 MOA dot.

Ideal for field applications; law enforcement, hunting, home defense. The EFLX can be used on a variety of pistol platforms and as a 1X solution on shotguns or rifles with magnified optics.


1.9″ x 1.2″ x 1″ (47 x 30.5 x 25.4 mm)


1.4oz (35g)


Leupold® Delta Point Pro™

Windage & Elevation Adjustment

1 MOA per click


8 daylight settings
1 night vision setting

Power Source

1 X CR2032 battery

*Battery Life

Approx 25,000 hours (3MOA dot) at brightness level 5
Approx 20,000 hours (6MOA dot) at brightness level 5


EOTECH’s New EFLX™ Mini Reflex Red Dot Sight may be the $389 winner we all deserve.


About the Author /

Mark Miller is a former Customs Agent and a Green Beret who served in Afghanistan and a number of other live fire locations. A student of firearms and shooting, he is an FFL and a SOT. The guiding philosophy of his life is that terrain and situation dictate tactics and the enemy always gets a vote on any plan.

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