- Product Dimensions: 1 x 5.3 x 1 inches ; 5.4 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces
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- ASIN: B003B2K0TA
- Item model number: TK11R5
- Batteries 2 CR123A batteries required.
- Average Customer Review: 77 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #906,697 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Fenix TK11 258 Lumens LED Tactical Flashlight
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- Length: 6-Inch and Weight: 6 ounce.Will reach over 200 meters (656 FT) using two 3V CR123A batteries (Lithium) or 18650 Li-ion--NOT INCLUDED
- Body design is made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum, Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish. Waterproof to IPX-8 Standard
- Virtually indestructible, microprocessor-controlled, CREE light emitting diode (LED)
- Has no filament to burn out or break, Cree Premium (Q5) 7090 XR-E LED with lifespan of 50,000 hours
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The TK11 uses two CR123A batteries or one 18650 Li-ion and maintains excellent constant brightness with two output modes: General mode, which can last for a whole night and can be used for general illumination, and Turbo mode, which can be used whenever high-powered light is needed - search and rescue, long-range target identification, etc. This flashlight is great for camping trips or other outdoor adventures that may last into the night. The TK 11 offers rugged features like a premium hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish, toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating and tactical tail cap switch with momentary-on function. Included with the flashlight are a holster, lanyard, two spare o-rings, spare rubber switch boot, allen wrench, two spare screws, and copper spacer ring.◎ Cree XP-G LED (R5) with lifespan of 50,000 hours ◎ Two modes of output, selected by turning the bezel (Patented): -Turbo Mode: 285 Lumens, 2.7 hours (18650 Li-ion) -General Mode: Constant 60 Lumens, 14 hours (18650 Li-ion) ◎ Max beam length: 200 meters ◎ Digitally regulated output - maintains constant brightness ◎ Uses 18650 Li-ion or two 3V CR123A lithium batteries ◎ Anti-reverse protection ◎ 135mm (Length) x 25.4mm(Diameter) x 34mm(Head) ◎ 152-gram weight (excluding batteries) ◎ Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum ◎ Premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish ◎ Waterproof to IPX-8 Standard ◎ Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating ◎ Tactical tailcap switch with momentary-on function ◎ Anti-roll, slip-resistant body design ◎ Included accessories: one holster, lanyard, rubber switch boot and two spare o-rings
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I like that it has a lower output level. This flashlight is so bright it can cause snow blindness from the reflection off a wall in close quarters. The lower output level is very useful when working in tight quarters. Several tradesmen have asked me the make of the flashlight after seeing it in operation. It outshines flashlights that are 2-3 times its size.
People are often puzzled how a small flashlight with a single LED can be so bright. Their lights have multiple LED's and they can't understand how one LED can outshine multiple LED's. I explain it comes down to the quality of the LED.
I can't imagine a smaller flashlight that utilizes 18650 cells.
This flashlight has a lower power mode as well, accessed with a 1/8 turn of head. If I was to use this as a day to day flashlight I would desire more power options such as a super low output mode. However, for me this is strictly mounted on a weapon so it is not a big deal.
I have used three different flashlights from Surefire. One personal and two of them were Army issue; those lights went through two tours with me and they didn't have any problems. Some of my friends carried Fenix lights and have said the same thing about their dependability. I believe that you are getting just as good a light with Fenix as you do with Surefire but for half to a third of the price. If I didn't believe that I would not have purchased this light for my Home Defense weapon. I am very impressed with this product and would recommend it to anyone.
I have used it at work exclusively since I bought it and have received many compliments on the quality of the light and the brightness. I will definitely be looking at purchasing more lights from Fenix.
Back to the light. It's a great piece of equipment. You can also get a Fenix tape switch adapter with this as well. I know Fenix and Foursevens are giving Surefire a run for the money in the tactical dept. I also own other Fenix lights that I use daily at work. I would go through 2 Surefire lights a year at work until I found the Fenix lights. Get one.
This flashlight provided just what I wanted. I get a fairly long focused beam with a little bit of surrounding area getting some light as well. With just a flick of the wrist I can turn the beam down to conserve the battery. The end cap on/off is perfect. One push to turn it on and then I adjust for bright or normal.
I was so impressed that I called my family outside to see and they all want one. It lit up the neighbors 50' tree like noon day from about 50' away. It's small though, so don't expect to be using it as a defensive weapon. But the good news is that it's so small it can fit in your pocket.
I'm very glad I made sure I had the correct batteries because it DOES take a special type. If I hadn't bought the right batteries my husband wouldn't have been able to play with his new gadget on Christmas morning. Thankfully, the batteries are no longer super expensive.