- Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 3.9 inches ; 1.92 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 4 ounces
- ASIN: B0050DLUJ2
- Item model number: MC11
- Batteries 1 AA batteries required.
- Average Customer Review: 30 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #678,582 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Fenix MC11 Flashlight, Black, Small
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- Updated ANSI Rated Version of 1st generation MC10 with improved push button switch
- Includes High (81 Lumens, 1 hrs 43 min), Mid (36 Lumens, 6 hrs 14 min), Low (3 Lumens, 53 hours)
- Amazing 4 inch body with 90 degree tilting head has 5 modes of output
- Body Size: 3.9(L) x 0.85(D) x 0.99(H) Inches; 2.3 ounces; Waterproof to IPX-8 Standard
- Powered by single AA battery, easy to find and affordable (Not Included)
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The MC11 is the newest edition to Fenix’s versatile Angle Light Series. If you are looking for the ultimate multi-purpose light, the MC11 is the perfect choice. The MC11 can tail stand, be hung from a lanyard, or clipped to a hat brim and pack strap. These features make it the ideal light for setting up camp, reading in the tent or navigating dimly lit trails. • Uses Cree XP-E LED (R2) LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours • Uses one 1.5V AA (Ni-MH, Alkaline) battery • 99mm (Length) x 21.5mm (Diameter) x 25 mm (Head) • 53.5-gram weight (excluding batteries) • Digitally regulated output - maintains constant brightness • Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation • Pushbutton switch • Made of high-class plastic and aluminum alloy • Aluminum alloy has the premium type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish • Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
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Not a deal breaker but definitely something to be aware of.
I have had this light for about three months now and it still works great. I am still using the original battery and i have taken the light out on a few multi mile hikes. I am not sure how well it holds up to moisture as the conditions near me have been very cold and dry lately. Additionally, the pivot head and button are amazing. I carry the light on my hip and tip the head down one click and its perfect plus it wont move again unless you want it to. Very sturdy and rugged design
the ABS isnt just any cheap plastic its very impact resistante but i give the nod to the fenix for its aluminum body. both lights sport the CREE XP-E LED. the fenix beam has a hot spot with some spill while the romeo has no spot just more of a flood beam. The fenix has a warm tint, the romeo has a bright white tint.
the fenix has several modes while the romeo has just one 47 lumen mode. the fenix has a nice audible clicky switch while the romeo has a nice near silent switch. both lights are regulated the fenix will (per manufacture) give you 6 hours at 39 lumens (med power) per my own test with an sanyo eneloop ive gotten 4 hours and 45 minutes minutes before a drop in output (with Energizer ultimate lithium you get 8 hours on medium). the romeo (per energizer) will give you 8 hours with an enerizer ultimate lithium battery. per my own test with an ultimate lithium I got 8 hours 15 minutes minutes before a drop in output.
both are great lights you just cant go wrong with either. if you dont have the cash for the more lumen multi function fenix, the romeo will not let you down. it lacks the fuctions the mc11 has but it makes up for it by being smaller, lighter and having a magnetic clip with light filters and great runtime. The mc11 justified its price with multi modes aluminum body, tilting head, glass lens and fenix quality reputation. Both lights are waterproof as well.
I've used it camping and bicycling at night and it functions perfectly. I found that if you use the medium or low settings your battery will last much longer. I exhausted the battery quickly by using only the high setting when I first got it. It quickly disables the high setting when the battery is getting weaker but still leaves you with the lower settings until totally exhausted. Good warning allowing you to find your spare batts in a dark tent. An other reviewer suggested removing the wire bail at the top, but I found it useful for hanging the light around the camp.
I bought one of the plastic knockoffs of this light, called the Romeo from Energizer. It was much lower quality and didn't tilt, but was still useful. The tilt top of the Fenix light has proven very useful so I use it more than the Romeo, which was much cheaper. Overall, very happy with this light.
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