|Item Weight||1.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||9.8 x 4.6 x 3.7 inches|
|Item model number||TK35|
|Type of Bulb||led|
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Fenix TK35 LED Flashlight Black 820 Lumens Battery Bundle
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Uses four 3V CR123A batteries (Lithium) or two 18650 rechargeable batteries (Li-ion)
164mm (Length) x 43.64mm (Diameter) x 51.5mm (Head)
256-gram weight (excluding batteries)
Digitally regulated output - maintains constant brightness
Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation
Dual button switch in the tail cap, convenient operation
Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum
Premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating Notice: The above-mentioned parameters (tested in lab using quality CR123A primary lithium batteries) are approximate and may vary between flashlights, batteries, and environments. *TK35 will automatically change the turbo brightness level to the high brightness level after a 25-minute working time with the security setting. So the run time of the turbo brightness level is the accumulated time. Bundle includes Six CR123A Batteries.
Top Customer Reviews
Anyway, plenty of reviews heaping praise on this flashlight, all justified, it's a great tool. I took off a star because just under $100 for a flashlight is pretty silly. It's made in PRC, they build good stuff for cheap over there, so it should cost less.
What I like best about it, is the usability of the light levels. I had another high-powered LED flashlight that I returned and have used a few others. All have varying light levels and each is way too bright for "normal" flashlight use. This one is great because the 4 light levels are all usable and are there for a reason. To me, the usability of a high-powered flashlight like this, is that it can be bright as heck if I need it, but I can also use it in normal situations.
The lowest setting throws the amount of light that you'd get from a regular ol' 2-D cell flashlight. More than enough to go down the dark basement to replace a fuse, to walk out to the garage after dark, look into a dark closet, look at a map in the car (does anyone use maps in the car anymore?). It throws a muted light that looks just like an incandescent bulb would, and it won't blind anyone. 100% usable. As you click through the next 3 levels, each is progressively brighter, and each is very usable. Need more light, click again. On the highest setting, you can light up anything that you want to light up, anywhere in your vicinity. It's very bright.Read more ›
The second unit simply lost the ability to change to brighter light settings. I was using it under my sink to light up some plumbing problems and it just "popped". The light reset itself to the dimmest setting and has remained there ever since.
The product was really nice when it worked, but the reliability issue has forced me to write this review to warn other people not to trust it. I know there are much more reliable flashlights out there. My recommendation is that you don't waste your money on this one.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very bright and easy to use in inspections of equipment and enclosed areas. The use of various levels of intensity make the light very useful.Published on December 2, 2013 by William Pehush
This flash light is the absolute brightest i have ever seen. The batteries that come with it are junk so invest in some good 18650 batteries (not the cheap ones but the higher... Read morePublished on May 6, 2013 by Jason Carter
Great Light Output! Love the easy output selection and hope the battery life lasts. Nice that it comes with a holster and 6 batterys in the setPublished on August 24, 2012 by Mark
I Purchased the Fenix TK35 LED Flashlight Black 820 Lumens Battery Bundle, because of the product descriptions,ITEM WAS NOT SHIPPED AS DECRIBED!!
ULTIMATE PACKAGE! Read more
Excellent product! This flashlight is very bright. I have had more luck with this than with many more expensive flashlights.Published on October 2, 2011 by Kay Jones