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Fenix LD12 Cree XP-G R5 LED Flashlight Aircraft-Grade Aluminum 115 Lumens
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- Max 115 lumen output from a single AA battery
- Six outputs including strobe and SOS
- On-barrel switching and clip option for easy handling
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This model of Fenix light has everything you need for daily use as well as incredible reliability and features for an emergency situation. I feel the description on Amazon is somewhat lacking of this light's potential. For more details, check out the features and running times listed on Fenix's website:
This thing is constructed amazingly. The quality and craftsmanship is outstanding. The best part about it for me is that it runs on a single AA battery which is cheap and easy to obtain. The second best part about this is that you have 4 levels of brightness (controlled by the grey button on the side). And when you turn the light off, it remembers what brightness you last had it set at. I like knowing that runtime on the lowest setting (3 lumens) is 97 hours! In a very dark area, low might be enough to see what you are doing and conserve battery in an emergency situation. Other runtimes are as follows:
Turbo: 115 Lumens (2h 9 min)
High: 60 Lumens (4h 51 min)
Mid: 27 Lumens (11 hr)
Low: 3 Lumens (97 hr)
Being able to adjust your light output in an emergency situation could be vital to conserving battery and making your light source last longer.Read more ›
I've had an EDC flashlight for a few years now - don't know how I ever got by without one. My most recent EDC was an inexpensive EnergizerEnergizer Tactical Metal Handheld LED Flashlight AA LED; simple, small and effective. When I lost the Energizer I went looking for a replacement. Criteria was a durable LED that was waterproof, had a good run time and was small enough to fit in my pocket. As an added consideration, I wanted a light robust enough to double as a tactical/bedside light (lighting up Grandma with your weapon-mounted light as she gets a glass of water in the middle of the night makes for awkward Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners). After pouring over a ton of reviews, I was about to pull the trigger on a Streamlight when I stumbled on the Fenix LD12. WOW. This light is everything I was looking for and then some.
- It's powered by a single AA battery - the ultimate in easy replacement. I won't rehash run time numbers here, as they've already been covered in previous reviews, but I find them more than sufficient.
- Bright?? It's hard to believe how much light is put out by this little guy using only a single AA (125 lumens on Turbo). Pointing the light at the ceiling in a darkened 15x20 room on its Turbo setting lit the entire area well enough to easily read small print; even on the lowest power setting the room was lit well enough to be able to move around and function.Read more ›
*Pushbutton to switch between modes (only down side is you can't stand it up on the tail stand)
*On/Off remembers last setting so you can have it come on in low, med or high instead of always coming on at the same brightness.
*Size is great, fits perfectly in the hand (is a little bigger than average single cell AA flashlights)
when it comes to these types of lights I would get a fenix or a jetbeam (pa-10), and that's it, the rest of the guys work fine, but burn batteries, get too hot, and will crap out if dropped on the concrete.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It is a great flashlight with incredible battery life. Two cons: the mode switching button sometimes doesnt work and my jeans have a hole worn into them where the sharp end (where... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Ian C
Great bright flashlight with plenty of modes. The batteries last a long time in this little powerhouse.Published 21 days ago by J. Carson
It's a good flashlight, but for this price range you would expect it to work even in colder temperatures. Read morePublished 3 months ago by David M
I really liked the size and the brightness of the light. This was the perfect flashlight to wear on my belt at work, but a few months after I purchased it, I dropped it on the... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Julia Richardson
Really wanted to love this light, but it only turned on once. Battery was brand new and was proven to work in another light. A second battery did the same thing. Read morePublished 6 months ago by tom
This is the greatest little flashlight. One battery and nice bright light. The beam pattern is nice and smooth with no dim spot in the middle like the old standard style... Read morePublished 7 months ago by O. Lydic