|Item Weight||0.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 0.6 x 0.6 inches|
|Item model number||LD02|
|Size||key chain size|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
|Battery Cell Type||Alkaline|
Fenix LD02 100 Lumens Mini Pen Light LED Flashlight w/ 1xAAA battery and a Lumen Tactical key chain light
|Price:||$29.95 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Super bright 100 Lumens mini pen light featuring Cree XP-E2 LED
- Use a single commonly available AAA battery (included)
- Convenient push button switch, a lot easier to use than most of the twisty switch light
- Three output levels for various usages and circumstances
- Also include a LumenTac keychain light. So one light for yourself, the other for your loved one!
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|Item Dimensions||0.6 x 3 x 0.6 in||3 x 5 x 0.5 in||0.5 x 3.5 x 0.5 in||0.6 x 3.5 x 0.6 in||—||3.6 x 3.6 x 0.9 in|
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|Light Source Type||led||LED||LED||LED||led||led|
Small but mighty, the LD02 flashlight offers up to 100 lumens with a 49 yards range, all in a tiny 2.99 inch package that fits in your pocket or on your keychain, a perfect everyday carry light that provides instant lighting wherever and whenever you need it.
* LED: Cree XP-E2 LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
* Three Modes of Operation
+++ High: 100 Lumens (45 min. using Ni-MH Battery; 30 min. using Alkaline Battery)
+++ Mid: 25 Lumens (4 hr. 15 min. using Ni-MH Battery and Alkaline Battery)
+++ Low: 8 Lumens (14 hr. 30 min. using Ni-MH Battery and 15 hours using Alkaline Battery)
+++ Length: 2.99 inches (76mm)
+++ Diameter: .59 inches (15mm)
* Weight: .56 ounces (16 grams)
* Battery: 1xAAA (included)
* Digitally-regulated output: maintains constant brightness
* Broad beam lens provides soft, even beam for close-up illumination
* Push-button tailcap switch for one-hand operation and output selection
* Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum with Rhombic knurling
* Premium type 3 hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
* Waterproof to IPX-8 Standard (Under water up to 2 meters)
* Press button all the way down to turn the light on and off
* Lightly press button half way down while the light is on to cycle through different brightness: medium->low->high
Content in Package: Light, 1x AAA battery, spare O-ring
Top Customer Reviews
The LD02 at 100 lumens seems to offer just about everything I like in a light minus a few key elements which gave this light only 4 stars. It is very small and compact. From tip to tip I get roughly 3inches(76mm) long and about a half and inch(~15mm) thick. It feels good in the hand and has the appropriate knurling for this size of light. It is enough to provide grip but not overly aggressive. The button is adequately springy and firm and feels of average quality rubber for well made flashlights. The front lens seems to be made of a plastic or polycarbonate. I've never personally had issues with Fenix lens and they seem to hold up well to carry and use.
Although I can't test the lumen output technically, comparing the high mode of 100 lumens seems to be significantly brighter than my Preon 1 with a max of 84 lumens in high mode. Regardless of the data, the bright is very bright for a light of this size and all three modes are more than adequate for what you would use them for. The light doesn't have a memory so you will always start in medium, then to low, then to hi. It doesn't offer any hidden modes like turbo or strobe. The order of brightness is a little different than I'm used to, but seems practical for regular usage. The light uses standard AAA batteries as well as NiMh batteries like the Eneloop 1.2v 900mAh. I have used both and they work fine.
I really like the size, build quality, brightness, brightness options, optional pocket clip, and battery options but there are a few things I would have liked. First of all, the pocketclip seems fairly weak and like an afterthought. It rotates around freely and in general I feel like I need to baby it but I will see how it lasts and update my review accordingly. Second, I like flashlights that can tailstand and with the rubber button protruding out of the back, you are unable to do that here. It seems like it wouldn't have been something too hard to do considering other lights are able to easily add this feature despite barrel width. Third, I like my lights to have memory but the brightness order on this light is thoughtful and works well so I wouldn't necessarily dock a star for just this. Finally, aluminum as a material is great but I would really like to see this same light come in a titanium version.
I have always been satisfied with Fenix lights. They are generally built well and are usually fairly affordable. If I could see a version of this light come out with a better and more thoughtful pocketclip that is reversible and higher quality, it would be an easy 5 star review. As it stands, the price is reasonable, the build quality is high, and this is a very practical and functional flashlight with excellent lumens for the size. It is easy to recommend at the ~$30 price range.
Unless you need the smaller size, 3 light levels, or increased brightness of the Fenix, I think the Microstream is more convenient with the forward click switch and definitely a better value.
It's pleasantly bright at the default, "medium" setting, and almost alarmingly bright on the "high" setting. The "low" setting is notably dimmer, which is a nice option sometimes. The rear switch seems sturdy and gives a nice, positive "click" when pressed. The button makes the light a lot easier to manipulate one-handed, though the loss of the ability to stand it up on its tail end is an unfortunate side-effect.
The beam is a bit wider than the LD-01, giving a reasonable field of view but compromising on the ability to really light up an area at greater distance. That's not a fault, just a choice, and for many applications I think the wider beam is a plus.
My only substantial complaint is with the clip. The basic shape of the clip is the same as the LD-01, but seems to be made of thinner metal. I've had it pop off of the light, dropping the light into my pocket and the clip out onto the floor. The clip isn't terrible, but I no longer trust it, and it's never a good thing when you start to doubt your tools.
The light itself is great and turns on its middle strength which is awesome for most cases. Light pressing on the button switches between brightness modes and can be done easily. It might sound weird but it is a good size to use hands free with it in your mouth. It isn't too heavy that you're struggling but not too small that you don't feel like you need to be easy with it.
I would recommend this to friends with the caveat that they're cautious with the pocket clip.
EDIT: 6 month update. All of the above holds true, I feel the clip is sometimes a problem and have not worn it clipped in my pockets but just let it sit at the bottom of my pocket and it is easy enough to distinguish between the bic lighter and the flashlight I'm not hindered in accessing it. Still going strong and would still recommend this.