Fenix E01 Compact 13 Lumens LED Waterproof Flashlight w/ AAA Battery
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- A perfect backup light for car, backpack , pocket or purse
- 21 hour run time using just one 1.5V AAA battery (battery not included)
- 1 ounce body made with aircraft-grade aluminum for long durability
- Provides a constant brightness of 10 lumens
- Reliable twist switch, water-resistant
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Uses a Nichia white GS LED with a life of 100,000 hours
Constant brightness: 13 Lumens
21-hour working time ( 11-hour sun mode plus 10-hour moon mode)
Made of aircraft-grade aluminum
Durable Type III hard anodized finish
Waterproof to IPX-8 Standard
Reliable twist switch
Capable of standing up securely on a flat surface to serve as a candle
Size of Your Light
71mm (Length) x 14.2mm (Diameter)
14-gram weight (excluding batteries)
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Top Customer Reviews
Of course, it's a natural for a purse or fanny pack. Another reviewer commented that the reflector collected lint, which I didn't understand until I got the light. There is no lens covering the reflector. Therefore, if the flashlight is knocking around in a purse, I could see how the reflector could end up collecting lint. On the other hand, there is no lens to crack or get scratched up.
The light turns on and off with a twist of the ring surrounding the reflector. There's no button to push. There is no high or low beam. It's simply on or off.
Given some of the earlier reviews, I expected this light to be brighter than it is. I tested the light on an unlit staircase at night and found that all seven stairs to the landing were well illuminated. The corona around the hotspot covered the entire width of the steps. Going outside, I found the light to be adequate for illuminating a path while walking outside at night, but don't expect it to "throw" its beam any significant distance. There is a hotspot in the center of the beam, but more even and wider than the hotspot from an incandescent mini-MagLite. The hotspot has a lavender tinge to it, but the corona is fairly white.
The flashlight is designed so that it can be stood on its end and used like a candle, with the beam aimed at the ceiling.Read more ›
This is the light to keep in your pocket all the time. And, at this price, you can afford to keep one for each family member in case of power outage or other emergency. It's as simple as that.
Fenix and 4Sevens have done some amazing things with single AAA "keychain" flashlights in recent years.
With Fenix's E01, L0D, and LD01 and 4Seven's Preon I, they've introduced us to a new era in single AAA flashlights.
I have a 1977 Eveready "Little Commander" single AA flashlight. I'd estimate it puts out around 0.5-1.0 lumens. A single AAA Maglite Solitaire will put out 2.3 lumens (for around 2-3 hours).
This wonderful little Fenix E01 puts out about 10 hours of 10 lumens (so-called sunlight mode) and about 10 hours of, well, something less, for 10 more hours (so-called moon mode).
Remember how I said the Maglite Solitaire still had it's place in my routine? Well that place is reading while my wife is asleep next to me. The Fenix is much too bright for that, and I don't fancy keeping a dying battery on hand so it'll run itself in "moon mode". I wish they'd include the lower mode at will. One thing I absolutely love about the 4Sevens flashlights (oddly enough this feature is NOT on the Preon I) are their "moonlight" modes, which on their CR123 lights put out 0.2-0.4 lumens for around 30 days. Now that's a nice feature. I would honestly never have said I'd only need 0.2 lumens, but I see the benefit of it now.
Back to the E01.
It's very bright, very well built, and very affordable. You can pick up a Maglite Solitaire at Lowe's for around $7 including tax. This ran me $11.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've owned this little gem for 3 years. It's been on my keychain the entire time. Used constantly. Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Neu
What a great little flashlight. Takes up hardly any room in my pocket. I must use it 10 times a day, and I dont believe I've changed the battery twice in the last several months.. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Treehawk
Durable, nice size, not blindingly bright. Perfect for navigating around a tent or a dark room without setting everything on fire from a halogen filament or excess photons. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Hold my beer while I try this out.
I carry this flashlight everyday, and it's very useful. It's not the brightest, but it's bright enough and batteries last a good long while. Read morePublished 4 months ago by AmazonCustomerJM
I purchased this flashlight in orange because I thought it would be easier to spot if I dropped or misplaced it. Although the description says this item is orange, it’s not. Read morePublished 5 months ago by JohnKr
uses one battery, sturdy, got a couple...best value I've seen yet in a small affordable flashlight.Published 5 months ago by BEACHSLAPA
It's decent quality, but I think not worth the price. They wear reasonably well, but don't hold up to daily carry and use for much longer than a year. Read morePublished 5 months ago by MB