BUNDLE: Fenix UC35 960 Lumens PD35 Rechargeable CREE XM-L2(U2) LED Tactical Flashlight with 3200mAh 18650 Battery and LegionArms USB Charging Cord
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- Max 960 Lumens, Uses Cree XM-L2 U2 LED with a lifespan of 50000 hours
- 3200mAh 3.6V rechargeable Li-ion battery with over 500 charge cycles
- Tactical tail switch with momentary-on function
- Side switch for output selection and instant strobe function
- Integrated Micro USB charging port cover, the bundle comes with LegionArms USB Charging cord
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Fenix has combined the two best features of a flashlight into one with the introduction of the new 960-lumen Fenix UC35 LED flashlight. Customers oftentimes request flashlights which will take a rechargeable battery battery so they can get the longest run time and the highest lumens in the least amount of space. The new UC35 is a game-changer. Fenix designed this flashlight to run on a NON-PROPRIETARY, standard 18650 battery AND the battery charges within the flashlight body...no more external chargers required. In addition, charging can be done through any USB port.
5 brightness levels
Turbo: 960 Lumens (1 hour 30 min.)
High: 480 Lumens (2 hours 40 min.)
Mid: 180 Lumens (9 hours 15 min.)
Low: 50 Lumens (38 hours)
Eco: 14 Lumens (150 hours)
Strobe mode at 960 Lumens
Maximum beam throw of 656 feet
Micro-USB rechargeable (cable included)
Protective circuit designed to protect against over-charge and over-heating
Low-power warning function
IPX-8 waterproof rating (2 meters for 30 minutes)
Compatible with 18650 rechargeable battery (included) or two CR123 batteries
Intelligent memory circuit automatically enters the previously used brightness level when turned on
Reverse polarity protection guards against improper battery installation
Digitally regulated output - maintains constant brightness
Size of Flashlight: 5.9 inches/150mm (Length) x 1 inch/25.4mm (Diameter); 3.49oz/99-gram weight (excluding the battery)
What Comes With Your Flashlight:
Fenix UC35 LED Flashlight Wtih Pocketclip
Fenix ARBL2P 18650 battery
Spare o-rings and Users Manual
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This left me considering the Fenix UC30 and UC35. Since I consider both flashlights to be too big for EDC I went with the bigger UC35 mostly because it remains waterproof even with the micro-USB cover removed. I also feel that the UC35 has a better distribution of output levels compared to the UC30 and after doing some math to compensate for the different default batteries and lumen levels it seems that the UC35 has slightly more efficient power regulation, especially at the lowest setting.
The tail switch on this version is nice, but I think I'd give that up for the ability to tail-stand, especially when I'm using it with my diffuser.
I believe the side button on these flashlights is not so hot. I have accidentally turned my flashlight on and didn't realize it until I felt my hip burning. Yes these lights get hot if left on for long periods of time st high power. I would also suggest to be very careful with the rubber port cover and try not to lose that. It's attached, but for example, my buddy got his torn off because he didn't seat it right. So now the port doesn't work as it got corroded over time. He works on a boat. Not really surprised about the corrosion. Most folks would probably be fine. But if you don't have an external harder for the 18650 batteries, you'll be hosed if you can't charge this with the USB port.
Attached to a motorcycle helmet, it takes rain at speed. I used a GoPro curved mount and a 3D printed part (Amazon won't allow a link, so google "shapeways gopro flashlight smileynulk").
The 960 lumen setting is brilliant on dark trails. Note that turbo mode only lasts a bit over an hour.
In traffic the 400 lumen is bright enough to be easily seen but not blind anyone. It makes retroreflective street signs shine at a distance.