|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Package Dimensions||4.9 x 3.3 x 0.6 inches|
|Item model number||FX-E05E2|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
Fenix E05 2014 Edition 85 Lumen LED KeyChain Black Flashlight with LegionArms AAA Battery
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- Max 85 Lumens, Utilizes a Cree XP-E2 LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
- Three Modes High-Mid-Low, Reliable twist switch capable of one-hand operation
- Capable of standing up securely on a flat surface to serve as a candle
- Powered by one AAA battery
- This bundle include one LegionArms AAA batteries
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Fenix E05 2014 Edition is launched now! We've all be waiting on this versatile EDC flashlight! This baby weighs only 12.5 grams and measures less than 6.6 centimeters long. The Fenix E05 2014 may be small, but it boasts a unique broad beam lens which delivers a maximum 85-lumen up-close flood light and three brightness levels. The easy-to-use twisty switch and durable anodized aluminum construction make the E05 2014 a perfect fit for your key chain. Perfect for hiking, camping, traveling, EDC, etc.
Cree XP-E2 LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
Three Output Modes:
High: 85 Lumens (Ni-MH: 1 hour; Alkaline: 45 min.) Mid: 25 Lumens (Ni-MH: 4 hours 15 min.; Alkaline: 4 hours 15 min.)
Low: 8 Lumens (Ni-MH: 14 hours 30 min.; Alkaline: 15 hours)
Digitally-regulated output - maintains constant brightness
Capable of standing up securely on a flat surface to serve as a candle
Reliable twist switch
Broad-beam lens: provides for soft, even beam for close-up illumination
Exquisite and compact, fashionable and portable
Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum
Premium Type 3 hard-anodized, anti-abrasive finish
Waterproof to IPX-8 standard. 30 minutes under water to 2 meters
Size of Your Light:
2.63in/66.5mm (Length) x .6in/15mm (Diameter)
.44oz/12.5-gram weight (excluding battery)
Batteries Used (Alkaline Included): Uses one 1.5V AAA (Alkaline, Ni-MH, Lithium) battery, inexpensive and widely available
What Comes With Your Light:
1 Key Ring
1 Spare O-ring
1 Instructions Sheet
1 Warranty Card
This bundle includes one LegionArms AA Battery.
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I prefer standard AA or AAA batteries for anything over the CR123 or button cells since you can easily recharge them and they are used in numerous other devices. Get yourself several Eneloop batteries, which by the way don't leak on you like alkalines, and a nice and efficient solar charger and when the power goes out you can still have some power.
This flashlight's main competition right now is the Thrunite Ti3 which boasts a higher lumen value at the same price although it's slightly longer. It is also the same price, a tiniest bit thinner and slightly lighter. I'm going to get my hands one one to compare but for now this flashlight is my EDC light.
Perhaps based on negative comments about the mid, low, high sequence, the sequence of the E05 85-lumen version is set as 8-lumen low, 25-lumen mid, and 85-lumen high. In lighted surroundings, such as in the office but under the desk where something may have dropped, the mid level is more useful, but three twists are required to reach that mid level. However, the new E05's 8-lumen low level is more useful for me than my LD01's 3-lumen low level and, in darker surroundings, the E05's 8-lumen first turn-on low level is sufficient for close-up use. In addition, although the diffuser on the newer E05 is not as broad as the original E05, the spot seems to be a little broader than the spot from the LD01. So, although not perfect, the newer 85-lumen 3-level E05 appears to be a close-up-use replacement for the original 85-lumen 3-level LD01, except that the E05 is about 3/8-inch shorter and does not come with a pocket clip.
For those who like to stand the flashlight on its tail in candle mode, the new E05 has a redesigned tail that seems to be easier to stand the flashlight when the key ring is attached than the design on my versions of the older E05 and LD01.
For those who prefer clicker tail switches instead of twist-on switches, Fenix has a relatively new LD02 100-lumen single AAA battery model that is currently not yet listed on Amazon.com, but is listed elsewhere at about $15 more than the E05. I read a review that described the LD02's sequence to be mid, low, then high, but the LD02 does not have a momentary on switch and does not have a last setting memory feature. My AA-battery flashlights with multiple brightness levels have memory or switching features that allow the flashlight to turn on at the same level that was set when the flashlight was turned off, so it would be nice to have that feature on the AAA-battery flashlights also.
UPDATE June 16, 2015: I did end up buying the Fenix LD02 in September 2014 and have been also using the LD02. The LD02's clicker switch is more convenient to use than the E05's twisting control. The LD02 also has a clip, but it unfortunately is very weak in spring tension and is unreliable -- the LD02 keeps falling off. In reviewing the accompanying paperwork for both the E05 and the LD02, I noticed that the accompanying paperwork for both models say that the flashlights stay on at the highest level only about three minutes and then will dim to the middle brightness level, requiring "reset" to return to the highest brightness level. If the 85-lumen level or 100-lumen maximum level of brightness is desired for continuous use, other flashlight models may suit your needs better. I guess that there is a problem with heat at the highest brightness setting in these small flashlights, so the advertised brightness range may be a bit misleading.
Yes im frustrated...but anyone buying a Fenix light would expect at least a certain level of professionalism when dealing with customer support.
I used to have an older Fenix AAA light that used a traditional reflector and glass lens, but this one has an acrylic formed optic which seems to produce a really good beam profile. The main spot is about 1 foot wide at a distance of 6 feet. Just a little bit of side spill, enough to be useful. My favorite thing and the thing that keeps me coming back to this light instead of the E01 is that the color is such a perfect white color, which is really handy when im trying to pick through a jar of Jelly Bellys in the dark. :-)
EDIT: I just found out that you can enter the light's serial number on fenixlight dot com, and get the technical details of your particular light, and this one has a Cree XP-E2 R3 binning, which is the highest binning of that LED! Nice!