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  • Max 190 lumen output from two AA batteries
  • Six outputs including strobe and SOS
  • Quick-switching button control on a streamlined body
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Product Description

The LD22 provides reliable AA-powered illumination in a wide variety of applications. A proven side mode switch controls four brightness levels and two flashing options.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.8 x 6.1 x 0.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B007ESYFR0
  • Item model number: LD22R5BK
  • Batteries 2 AA batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
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It's small enough for me to keep in my purse.
M. Eccher
It seems to be more effective than single speed strobe modes.
Escape
I love that it uses AA and not the CR123 batteries.
Michael Callahan

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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Escape on April 29, 2012
The Fenix LD22 is an excellent lighting tool that can serve multiple roles. This little powerhouse can be useful in an office drawer, glove compartment, camping bag, or tool belt. The versatility of the LD22 is really what makes it a great performer not just among compact lights, but among flashlights in general. Here are some highlights as to the specifications.

Size/Weight- Length is 6.14 inches (156mm). Weight is 2.1 oz (60gm) without batteries. I thought the length would exclude pocket carry for me, but I was wrong. It fits comfortably in the front pocket of cargo shorts and the light weight makes it hardly noticeable.

Power/Run Times- There are 4 power levels. This is what really makes the LD22 so versatile. Low (3 Lumens/110Hrs) The most common setting for me. A great camping setting to find your way around, can shine across a room at night without blinding yourself in the process. Excellent for tasks that are close (dropped coin, key, etc.) and situations that do not require far throw or brilliant light. The ability for a light to go into low modes is often underrated. A super bright light is not always needed for common tasks. Fenix got it right with this setting that provides excellent light volume vs. runtime. Mid (42 Lumens/15hrs) A great general purpose level. Great search mode. Perfect for most functions that most would use their archaic 2D cell junk lights for. But the LD22 will far outperform given its smooth even light beam. High (92 Lumens/6hrs) Very bright. Easily shines up a room, gives excellent visibility outdoors with a decent throw distance. Turbo (190 Lumens/2.5hrs) This is where the magic happens. Blinding light that is good for tactical as well as searching at a distance.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Escape on April 29, 2012
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The Fenix LD22 is an excellent lighting tool that can serve multiple roles. This little powerhouse can be useful in an office drawer, glove compartment, camping bag, or tool belt. The versatility of the LD22 is really what make it a great performer not just among compact lights, but among flashlights in general. Here are some highlights as to the specifications.

Size/Weight- Length is 6.14 inches (156mm). Weight is 2.1 oz (60gm) without batteries. I thought the length would exclude pocket carry for me, but I was wrong. It fits comfortably in the front pocket of cargo shorts and the light weight makes it hardly noticeable.

Power/Run Times- There are 4 power levels. This is what really makes the LD22 so versatile. Low (3 Lumens/110Hrs) The most common setting for me. A great camping setting to find your way around, can shine across a room at night without blinding yourself in the process. Excellent for tasks that are close (dropped coin, key, etc.) and situations that do not require far throw or brilliant light. The ability for a light to go into low modes is often underrated. A super bright light is not always needed for common tasks. Fenix got it right with this setting that provides excellent light volume vs. runtime. Mid (42 Lumens/15hrs) A great general purpose level. Great search mode. Perfect for most functions that most would use their archaic 2D cell junk lights for. But the LD22 will far outperform given its smooth even light beam. High (92 Lumens/6hrs) Very bright. Easily shines up a room, gives excellent visibility outdoors with a decent throw distance. Turbo (190 Lumens/2.5hrs) This is where the magic happens. Blinding light that is good for tactical as well as searching at a distance.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By 1ontheleft on January 18, 2013
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Amazing what this light can do with two AA batteries. The highest setting will light up several acres...I use the second setting most of the time and batteries last a long time...good purchase!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Robert J. Bruna on August 24, 2012
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I Had The LD20 after about 4 months it Stopped working altogether, Well I Found out about the LD22 and ordered it Because I Liked The Flashlight, Then I Learned about the Tail-cap Problem that the LD20s have so I called FENIX and they sent me a new Tail cap So Know I Have Both so I Could Compare the To Side By Side even though it's only says it's 10 Lumens Brighter it seems alot more Brighter and the Clip is Reversible a on the Ld22 so you can Clip it to your pocket Bulb Down and the Button on the Side is so much more Convenient There about the Same Price Go with the LD22 if you Like this Model its So Much Better then the LD20, not to say the LD20 is not a Good Flashlight it's Just The LD22 is Easier to use
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Robert M. Chamberlain on August 10, 2012
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You have to get the 1.2v rechargeable battery's to get all 3 brightness levels to work. If you put normal battery's in it you don't get the lowest bright setting .
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9 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J. Patterson on April 4, 2012
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So I bought this to augment the Fenix LD15 that I purchased earlier this year. I love my LD15, but needed something with better battery life for when I'm not near my stash of rechargeables. I had considered the LD20 and LD25, but neither quite had what I wanted. When I saw the specs on this one, I had to get it, and so far I love it and have only one minor complaint. First the complaint, I can't stand it on end and use it as a candle. The push button stands out just a little too much. I never worried about this in a torch before getting the LD15, but with the LD15 I use it on end all the time. Now for all of the good. I love the momentary on off tail cap. Just depress it a little and it will come on. You can even change light output while doing this. Also, I do like having a dedicated button for changing the light output mode. I wasn't sure at first, but I've gotten used to it and like it better than some of the other torches that require you to twist quickly and such. Also, having it remember my last selected output mode is great! I find for navigating around the house, checking on sleeping kids, looking into dark rooms and such, I use the lowest output mode. In a dark house, it is more than adequate to move around and see each room completely. Put it on turbo and its like you turned on the room lights. I'll have to test it for a while and update this post. Definitely use rechargeable batteries though.
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