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Fenix PD32 Compact 315 Lumen LED Flashlight
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- Compact light designed to offer sturdy, versatile, remarkably bright illumination tool in small, lightweight package
- CREE XP-G white LED with 50,000-hour lifespan; uses two three-volt CR123A batteries; 127-millimeter length and 25.4-millimeter diameter with 61-gram weight (excluding batteries)
- Digitally-regulated output maintains constant brightness; reverse polarity protection from improper battery installation; anti-roll, slip-resistant body design
- Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum with premium type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish; toughened, ultra-clear, double-glass lens with anti-reflective coating
- Includes limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty
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- CREE XP-G white LED with 50,000-hour lifespan
- Uses two three-volt CR123A batteries
- 127-millimeter length and 25.4-millimeter diameter
- 61-gram weight (excluding batteries)
- Digitally-regulated output maintains constant brightness
- Reverse polarity protection from improper battery installation
- Overheat protection prevents high surface temperatures
- Anti-roll, slip-resistant body design
- Tactical push-button tail cap switch
- Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum
- Premium type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
- Toughened, ultra-clear, double-glass lens with anti-reflective coating
- Waterproof to IPX-8 standard
Fenix products include a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
About FenixLight Limited
FenixLight Limited came about when a group of inventive young men, interested in high quality illumination tools, grew increasingly dissatisfied with some of the mediocre flashlights on the market, which often featured substandard construction and poor attention to detail. They set out to make improved lighting tools, and began by organizing a group of professional engineers to head what would become FenixLight Limited's machining, electronics, and design departments.
Fenix's first model, 2005's L1 series, helped usher in a new era of high quality, single AA lights. The L1 integrated a bright beam, constant regulation circuit, and low operating costs in a very compact design. Since appearing on the market, FenixLight Limited has continued to expand its product line. From the initial L1 model -- voted one of the most innovative flashlights of 2005 by users and media -- to the latest multi-level, processor-controlled lights, Fenix continues to innovate the personal lighting industry.
Top Customer Reviews
This is a short review of the Fenix PD-32 flashlight. I own several high end flashlights, mostly by Streamlight and also one Surefire. I use flashlights regularly as I work night shift. The flashlight I used as a comparison for this review was my current favorite, the Streamlight Strion LED rechargable. The Strion retails for about $100 online. The Fenix PD-32 prototype I recieved for testing was my first Fenix. I have never used one before.
My first impression of the PD-32 is that it is a quality product. It assembled / disassembled very smoothly and had a lightweight yet solid feel to it. The tailcap power switch has a nice beefy spring inside it and was easy to operate while wearing gloves, but also had a sturdy feel to it. The light takes 2 CR123A lithium batteries to operate.
The body of the light has a checkered grip pattern on it and there is a hex type ring around the top end that prevents it from rolling when you set it down on the table. The prototype I recieved sadly did not include a pocket clip, but when I looked online tonight, the models they are selling show a clip included. This was going to be my only real complaint about the flashlight, but Fenix must have read my mind. There are also crenelations (sp?) at the end for smashing fools in the face. Another nice feature.
I carried the flashlight with me every day for the past 2 weeks and the weight and size were good for every day carry.Read more ›
Why Fenix? Well, at first it was the price. As with anything else, the price compared to other flashlights was the most important factor to me. I was way off on this as I found that many of the leading competitors had much more impressive lights, at a much higher price. After buying a few of the higher priced lights, I decided to give Fenix a try, and boy was I surprised. My first light, and still among my favorites is the PD20. Lightweight, small, and very powerful. I was hooked. Now, the PD32.
The PD32 is a 315 lumen powerhouse that runs on two, CR123A Lithium, or one 18650 Li-ion rechargeable batteries. It throws a very impressive beam up to about 450 feet. All in a small, lightweight, tough package.
Now for the testing. I loaded my PD32 with 2 good quality CR123A batteries and set out testing the light. The first thing I noticed, was kind of a shocker to me. One of the down sides of any powerful torch is they tend to heat up in turbo mode, or the highest setting. The PD32 was different. My first thought was that because the CR123A is smaller than the 18650, that the small gap between the battery and the side of the case acted as a heat barrier, so I tried my theory out on the 18650 battery, and much to my surprise, there was very little heat, even after 10 to 15 minutes of use. It seams Fenix did their homework when designing the housing encasing the Cree XP-G LED, and their homework paid off.
Now I am not one to crunch numbers, and testing this light was no different. I am looking at real world, real time results, and this little light delivers.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Never a problem with Fenix lights.. I have used them for many years without the first failure.Published 13 hours ago by William C. Brown
Unreal value for a high end light. This is my second pd32 and the only reason I bought a second is because I lost my first one which by the way was still shining bright after 3-4... Read morePublished 7 days ago by ian r.
Had this light for a few years now after I saw some reviews about is,on Youtube, I think,i was nutnfancys channel. Read morePublished 23 days ago by FireFox777
This a FANTASTIC flashlight. It is always with me (except when I fly, not sure if TSA would take it, but I'm not taking any chances with this one). Read morePublished 29 days ago by CoffeeJones
This is a good flashlight. I love it. This is the 3rd one that I've bought. I've never had a problem with any of them.Published 1 month ago by Dionis Aybar
This is my first Fenix Flashlight. Prior to buying the PD32 I ran a Surefire L4 LumaMax. It was a great flashlight and worked flawlessly for 9 years. Read morePublished 2 months ago by TreeBark
Powerful light. Dropped it many times, still works. Good buyPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
These are excellent lights. We have four of them now and we each carry one on our nightly dog walk around our place here in South Texas. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Marine66
Using it on my home defense gun, more than bright enough for my POU, might buy another onePublished 4 months ago by Joe Messina