Fenix Flashlights TK61 1000-Lumen Flashlight, Black
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- Max 1000 lumen output from rechargeable 18650 Li-Ion batteries (Not included)
- Amazing 824 meters of throw
- Dual switch system is easy to control the 4 levels of light, strobe and SOS
- IPX-8 Waterproof, 2 meters for 30 minutes
- Supported by limited lifetime guarantee from Fenix Lighting, US
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The Fenix TK61 is scaled for extended operation in challenging conditions with max 1000 lumens output. Utilizing a single CREE XM-L2 U2 LED, the TK61 employs dual on-body switches for rapid shifting between four brightness levels and two flashing modes with runtime well beyond 4hrs on Turbo. The 824m throw reaches deep while an extended runtime kit stays the course whether the TK61 is handheld, shoulder-strap carried or vehicle-mounted. Features Uses Cree XM-L2 LED with a lifespan of 50000 hours Uses four 18650 rechargeable Li-ion batteries or eight 3V CR123A Lithium batteries 216mm (Length)﹡52.5mm (Diameter)﹡96mm(Head) 600-gram weight (excluding batteries) Digitally regulated output - maintains constant brightness Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation Dual switch system in the front, simple and fast operation Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum Premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
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Basic data: Four brightness levels of 1000, 400, 130 and 20 ANSI lumens, run by 4 (2) lithium-ion 18650s or 8 (4) batteries CR123; more / less batteries only influence runtime, not brightness. Strobe- and SOS-function, two-button-operation with an exact pressure point; also serveable with big hands / gloves.
My field testing acknowledged, that you can really identify items in the size of a sheet of paper (and even smaller) in about 900 yards' distance (flashlight mounted on a tripod, binoculars ZEISS 20x60 S or ZEISS Diascope 20-75x, BUSHNELL rangefinder). And you can have this light for a runtime of four hours!!
Delivery comes in a stable plastic box including manual and replacement O-rings. Length is 8.5" (216 mm), barrel diameter 2.08" (53 mm) and head diameter 3.78" (96 mm). So it is a little longer than a TK 75. Normal delivery is WITHOUT batteries and/or charger!! You will see several bundle offers, so you have to find out exactly which price / offer is best for the money, because there are big differences. Price level for a "naked" TK 61 starts at about $ 130.- .
Processing looks to be very well done; the threads are cut precisely and feel "smooth", anodizing is without mistake; the battery holder is made of stable plastic and fits perfectly. The flashlight is protected against over-heating and is digitally regulated for constant brightness; waterproof at IPX-8 standard.
The unbelieveable throw is reached with only one XM-L2 U2 by a special reflector. Though the TK 75 has more ANSI lumens, its three reflectors work for a good mixture of flood and throw. TK 61, 75 and 76 have the same barrel diameter, so you can use the "runtime-extended kit" AER-TK 75 for all three of them. It doubles the operation period at the same brightness level.
ATTENTION! Lithium-ions are not harmless. You should only use "protected" quality batteries; same age, same producer and same state of charge!
The handle is a little bit girthy for my preference, but it holds 4 x 18650 batteries, and the extended battery life is a good trade off. Mine runs a REALLY long time without having to recharge.
I've had the flashlight for a while now, and I've had absolutly no issues with it at all. Great buy for sure!!
I was looking for more throw than my beloved TK75 and to be fair this light does reach a little farther. But the volume of light produced is a fraction of that from the more robust TK75.
I will upload a few beam shots once I get an extra set of cells to do some side by side shots!