Fenix LD20 180 Lumen LED Flashlight
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- 180-Lumen LED flashlight offers 2 output modes for a total of 6 output levels,
- Microprocessor-controlled, CREE light emitting diode (LED), waterproof to IPX-8 Standard
- 3-ounce, 6-inch body made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum, reaches up to 135 meters
- Runs on two 1.5-Volt AA batteries, Comes complete with holster, lanyard and more
- 15-day replacement, 24 month repair warranty, limited lifetime repair warranty subject to parts
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Highly efficient reflector offers a perfect combination of focus beam and flood beam.
- Two modes of output: general and turbo
- Modes selected by turning the bezel (patented)
- General Mode: 9 lumens (71 hours) -> 50 lumens (13 hours) 105 lumens (5 hours) -> SOS
- Turbo Mode: 205 lumens (2 hours) -> Strobe
- Push-button tail cap switch
- Capable of standing up securely on a flat surface to serve as a candle
- Anti-roll, slip-resistant body design
- Included accessories: holster, lanyard, body clip, two spare o-rings, and a rubber switch boot
- Cree XP-G LED (R4) with lifespan of 50,000 hours
- Max beam length: 135 meters
- Dimensions: 150 x 21.5 millimeters (Length x Diameter)
- Weight: 60 grams (excluding batteries)
- Power: two 1.5V AA ( Alkaline, Ni-MH, Lithium ) batteries
- Digitally regulated output - maintains constant brightness
- Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum
- Premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
- Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
- Waterproof to IPX-8 Standard
- 15-day replacement warranty; 24 month repair warranty; limited lifetime repair warranty subject to a charge for parts
What's in the Box?
Fenix LD20, holster, lanyard, body clip, two spare O-rings, rubber switch boot
Top Customer Reviews
Brightness: The low setting of 9 lumens is similar to the Nichia LED flashlights. Plus the battery lasts an exceptional 70 hours at this level. The better Nichia LED lights would last about half that time for the same level of brightness. The medium setting of 47 lumens is about the same brightness as my Luxeon 1-watt flashlight with over double the battery life. The high of 94 lumens is as bright as any flashlight I have seen. The turbo mode with 180 lumens was just amazing. I could shine the flashlight up at the ceiling and it lit the living room like a bright table lamp.
Color of the light: Many LEDs have a cool "bluish" color. Others have a warm "yellowish" color. The Fenix LD20 appears to put out a neutral white color temperature.
Beam: The beam was bright in the middle with a smooth and bright spill beam surrounding the core. This is a characteristic of higher quality flashlights that use textured "orange peel" type of reflectors.Read more ›
The design of the flashlight body has a very "industrial" feel, and is slimmer than the pictures suggest. The narrowest part of the body is only slightly wider than the AA batteries it uses, and flares out at the cap and tail. Personally I find the design unique and attractive, and it fits very nicely in the hand. The machining is top-notch and highly detailed, and has a very high-quality feel to it. The coating is an attractive satin black, and seems very durable (my Fenix daily-carry light (a single-AAA L0D) has been in my pocket for nearly two years and still has no scratches). The lens material is very hard and is seated very securely. The lens bezel has a five notch scallop, so the flashlight stands securely on the bezel, but the rear cap has a two notch configuration surrounding the button for lanyard attachment. This means that although you can stand the light on its base for "candle" type operation, it's not very stable in that position. I personally never use my flashlights like that, but if you do, you'll have to be very careful to get it to stand by itself.
The basic operation of the flashlight involves two controls, the button on the rear cap, and the screw bezel. The light turns on and off using a full click of the button, with "soft clicks" of the button cycling through the light modes. To switch between the "normal" and "turbo" mode sets, you twist the top bezel slightly.Read more ›
He is obviously a Surefire homer or something of that nature, anybody who knows about lights know that the cost of this light is very reasonably price as compared to SF lights.
For a SF light that only puts out 60lumens you will pay either the same or more. Some surefire lights cost over $100 and then some and still don't have the output of the LD20 and they usually all take 123 batteries.
This light is worth every penny, it is well built, can take abuse and still light up.
It has 2 modes with 6 types of output.
Lower mode: 9 lumens, 47 lumens, 94 lumens, then goes to S.O.S mode which can be used to save your life.
The 9 lumen level is ideal for looking around in your closet, behind a desk, reading a book if you don't need that much light, looking in a glove department, etc.
47 lumens provides more light and is perfect for under the hood of a car, an attic for close up work, looking for things outside like a toy or whatever, etc.
94 lumens is plenty bright for many uses you can light up a room with this mode and wow people. At this level you can temporarily blind a person or even clear a house. Under this mode you can really work on a car or look outsidse in the darkness.
S.O.S- Needs no explanation it can very well save your life or flag down a airplane, helicopter, or far off motorist.
The high setting
180lumens- Under this setting you're more than lighting a room, blinding a person, locating things etc. The spill is great and you can really see what you need to see. Make use of the modes how you see fit.
Strobe- Depends on what you need to use it for, Me personally im using it to clear a house or disorient a assailant or inmate.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
well, it is ok, but really expensive, compared to similar items you could get at Walmart, etcPublished 1 month ago by A Customer
After 2.5 years of use. Not daily but usually. It has finally went out of me. I honestly though it would last much longer. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tanee
I've had mine for over a year now and I use this on a regular basis I love it so muchPublished 6 months ago by aandy
I keep this in my car. It uses two AA batteries and the led power is literally blinding!Published 6 months ago by Paul Konopacki
All around great flashlight, many years of use left in mine.
The batteries wear quickly if kept on high. Read more
stopped working after very light use. Otherwise a great light.Published 13 months ago by truth_master
Absolutely the best AA battery flashlight there is. I bought a few as gifts, the people were blown away, as was I.Published 13 months ago by Todd