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Fenix 6 Level 190 Lumen LED Flashlight


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  • Compact 3-inch length, lightweight 4-ounce body design
  • Will reach over 135-meters (440-feet)
  • Compact body design is made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Digitally regulated output will maintain constant brightness at all levels
  • Improved knurling on body provides extra grip

Product Description

The Fenix PD20 is a high-tech, rugged tool that is perfect for any lighting application. It features six levels of output, which not only allows the user to select the best compromise between brightness and runtime for any given task, but also has ability to aid in an emergency. This small but mighty light features the following output levels: dim, regular, high, turbo, SOS and strobe. On the low output level, the PD20 can provide an amazing 35 hrs of use on one battery. The PD20 does all this and still retains an incredibly compact size. If you're looking for solid reliability, digitally regulated brightness, and compact size, this Fenix is for you. • Cree Premium (Q5) 7090 XR-E LED with lifespan of 50,000 hours • 2 modes with 6 types of output • General Mode: 9 lumens (35hrs) -> 48 lumens (7 hrs) -> 96 lumens (2.8 hrs) ->SOS • Turbo Mode: 190 lumens (1hrs) -> Strobe • Digitally regulated output-maintains constant brightness • Uses one 3V CR123A battery (Lithium) • 78 mm (Length) x 21.5mm (Diameter) • Made of T6 aircraft-grade aluminum • Durable Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish • 39-gram weight (excluding batteries) • Waterproof to IPX-8 Standard • Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating • Push-button tail cap switch • Capable of standing up securely on a flat surface to serve as a candle • Included accessories: holster, lanyard, two spare o-rings, and a rubber switch boot

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 0.8 ounces
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002WPLE6A
  • Item model number: PD20R2
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #331,675 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Best decision ever.
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The light packs a big punch for such a small flashlight.
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I like the pocket clip for keeping it in my pocket.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J.C. on November 24, 2009
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I've never been so impressed by a pocket flashlight until I bought the Fenix PD20 R2. I'd run the gamut of pocket flashlights...the smallest ones were never bright enough and the brightest ones were too large to carry in a pocket comfortably. I had given up carrying one for a while until I saw some positive reviews of the Fenix brand and decided to give it a go. Best decision ever. This PD20 R2 is rated up to 190 lumens...yes, 190 lumens in this tiny 1-battery flashlight.

It's super-bright, ultra-compact, only requires 1 CR123 battery, has a pocket clip, fits in the palm of your hand, and is effortless to carry in a pocket. This great pocket light has a push-button activation with 6 different modes...regular mode consists of 9 lumens (for 35 hours), 48 lumens (for 7 hours), 96 lumens (for 2.8 hours), and SOS, and Turbo mode consists of 190 lumens (for 1 hour) and Strobe. You switch from regular to turbo mode by a simple twist of the bezel. The LED casts a nice blue-white light similar to HID headlights found in high-end cars. There are several different versions of the PD20 to fit anyone's needs. The only downside is that the Fenix is a bit pricey for a pocket flashlight, but honestly, you get what you pay for...

This thing is so small you'll forget you're carrying it.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By M. Moreno on January 26, 2010
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Fenix lights are the absolute brightest with the best build quality that I have been able to find at the right price. For the size/weight, the PD20 r2 is about as bright as my TK10 and brighter than the P3D(which is super bright and has a focused beam). The amazing thing is that it is super small and has 6 modes including SOS. By super small it is as thick as your thumb and as long as your forefinger. Now how does it compare with the LD01 R2?

Here are the Pros of each:
LD01 R2:
- Super small and thinner (thickness of forefinger and length of forefinger). I even forget it is my pocket.
- Common battery found anywhere AAA.
- Clip is great, holds firm in pocket. I use it as a EDC pocket light since it is so light (weights a little more than the AAA).
- Turbo is incredible. Very bright, but not as concentrated as PD20 R2.
- Runs cool.
- Lower price than PD20 R2, but a big VALUE and size is undeniable.
- My pick for EDC, but if absolute performance is your Gig, go with PD20 R2. The throw or concentration of light (plust the runtime)on this light is not as good as PD20 R2.
Con: I may lose this thing..its so small.

PD20 R2: Pros:
- Long Throw and focused beam. I have to do a double take, can this really be coming from a light this small?...yes.
Very light but not as light or as slim as LD01 R2 for EDC. However, it is brighter and more concentrated. Turbo mode is unreal...wow that much light from something this small is a mind blower. My only wish would be that Turbo mode last for hours, but alas, the regular mode is super good and lasts a longer time (light power vs. time tradeoff is just a part of life).
- 6 modes including SOS, and low power 35 hour mode. Battery last longer than LD01.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Alberto Vargas VINE VOICE on June 6, 2010
I usually carry a flashlight with me on a daily basis, and I have a bunch of lights at home or in the car. For my daily use, I recently upgraded to this PD 20 from the PD 10, and I am very happy with this choice. For daily carry and use, a small and light weight flashlight is best. For daily use, I also want a light that has a low brightness + high battery life mode, as well as a good high brightness mode.

This PD 20 uses only one CR 123 battery (buy the Surefire brand online, they are not expensive). It is super light and has a handy pocket clip. The light is super bright and reliable, and turns on instantaneously with a click of the button. Controlling the 6 different light modes is very easy, much better organized than some earlier Fenix models. I keep mine in default mode, which starts with a 9 lumen low light mode for looking around the house or in the car, and the battery lasts 35 hours in that mode. With a couple of clicks you get 90+ lumens of blindingly bright output. Or you can put it in turbo mode to begin with, by twisting the cap, and you will get 190 lumens of output, for which I have no practical use but it is cool to impress your friends :)

I have a ton of fancy flashlights, and in my opinion this is the best small light on the market as of this writing. I would definitely buy this over the similarly sized but much more expensive Surefire Backup, Titan, Outdoorsman, etc. That said, I had already bought some of those other ones :) They are great, but this little wonder beats them in light output and bang for the buck.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By R. LaPedis on January 19, 2010
Like the other review says, it is nigh impossible to find a small yet bright pocket light. This one is insanely bright. Comes with lanyard, nylon belt pouch with hanger, and two extra O rings. The light is extremely high quality and easy to use.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jagpilot on July 15, 2010
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I admit I was skeptical about the high lumen rating on such a small single battery flashlight. That being said, I still don't now exactly what a "lumen" is, but I am thoroughly impressed with the brightness of this flashlight. The lowest setting is still about as bright as my Mini maglights I have used for years and is enough light most of the time. One soft push on the button and a bit brighter, one more soft push and a bit brighter still. Turn the bezel to go to turbo mode and you have more light than you will need in most any situation. A bit shocking really. I finish basements and remodel kitchens and carry a flashlight all the time for my work. This one is so small that I can easily slip it inside my front pants pocket using the sturdy clip to secure it in place, and still work in whatever position necessary and not have it irritate me or be uncomfortable. With the maglite a belt holster was needed that often got in the way. This one comes with a holster but I've not needed it. I've managed to drop it from a 6 foot ladder already and it seems to be unscathed. Don't know about the battery life yet as I've only had it a month, and yes, they are expensive, but if I only get a few months out of each one with near daily use, it's worth it to me for the size and brightness of the unit.
To sum up; An expensive flashlight with expensive batteries that is worth every penny and I would happily buy again and will probably be giving a couple of them for christmas gifts. I'm sure my mother and my sister would like one of these for their purse or their car glovebox. It may sound a bit corny, but it has quickly become one of my favorite possessions. Showing off the turbo mode and the strobe function is kind of fun as well. Do I sound like a 40 year old man with a new toy?? Probably.
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