Fenix Flashlights FX-PD35TAC Flashlight, 1000 Lumen, Black
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- Stainless steel side switch for switching modes and outputs
- Tactical mode operation turns side switch off and operates turbo, strobe, and low via tail switch
- Outdoor mode operation utilizes side switch for all levels, and rear switch simply turns on/off
- Digitally regulated output maintains constant brightness
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|Package Height||1.42 x 3.62 x 7.17 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.22 pounds|
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The Fenix pd35 tac (tactical edition), remains in pocketsize but in higher performance and focuses on tactical employment. Measured at less than 14cm long, it features up to 1000lumen output and throwing distance to 200 meters. In outdoor mode, it delivers 6 output modes. However, tactical mode strengthens pd35 tac with simplified and fast operation. From outdoor use to law enforcement, you can resort to it.
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Top Customer Reviews
Orbtronic 3200 mAhr 18650 protected lithium ion rechargeable (yes, they're worth the $$ in reduced fire hazard and increased life)
Nitecore D4 controlled charger
(with good batteries), rugged, clip works well and positioned correctly for carry, in or outside of your pocket. At $150 I would gladly purchase this light again If I had to. $70 for this light, this is a smoking good light and I give it 6 stars out of 5.Im not paid to say this or brag. I'm just an ordinary guy that won't hesitate to tell ya that it's a POS when it is. But this light is 100% money well spent. Be sure to pick up extra batteries too. Ill take the pepsi challenge with any light on the market in the long haul against the pd35tac. Period. Because I have put it to the test.
Why did I deduct a star (should really just be 1/2 a star)? The light includes a Cordura belt case, extra O-rings, a lanyard and a pocket clip, but no battery. I need a battery, the other items are great, but not required to make the light work. Fenix documentation recommends their own 18650 battery, but makes it appear others should not be used. I would stay away from the counterfeit, cheap batteries, but Panasonic or the branded Panasonic's by Orbtronics 3400 Ah and a few others, are outstanding for use in these lights.
The light itself is excellent, and appears well made. I'm pleased there is a remote switch available for use on a tactical shotgun. I do not like the wire coil that may snag or having to tape up the excess wire. I know there are applications for this type cord, but I want the ability to customize the fit, so I don't have a possible hazard hanging off my weapon. Moving with the muzzle pointed down, then raising the weapon at a target, and getting the wire caught on dresser or cabinet knob is a real possibility I prefer to avoid. These are nits, and personal taste. The light itself is excellent and I would highly recommend them.
It's sturdy, bright (almost too bright!), and light enough to not even notice on your belt, clipped into a pocket, or carried in a pack.
I purchased this light with the 3400 mAh Orbtronic batteries. Although I have yet to actually time the lifespan in all its modes, it absolutely maintains its light output all the way down to a dead battery. That being said, and noting that I rarely ever use this flashlight on max output (low or medium usually provides enough light for my purposed) I've found that the batteries will more than last for a work week without having to change the batteries (under moderate use).
Although at its price point it may be off-putting to some, keep in mind you're getting ten times the flashlight you're going to find at WalMart or the hardware store.
I'm thinking of buying a few more to keep in the car and in the house.
I'm using this light as a self defense tool, but it could be used for many different situations. Put a decent rechargeable lithium battery in this thing and you have a very affordable, well made and economical tactical flashlight. The fact that it is made out of aluminum and is water proof is a great bonus. It also comes with a 2 year warranty. Highly recommended.