Fenix PD32(S2) LED Flashlight
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Special Edition The Fenix legacy finds new form in the PD32. With upgraded thumb-activated controls, memory circuitry and a tough shell, this light captures the most-requested features of adventurers around the world. Max 330 lumen output from two CR123A batteries or one 18650 Li-ion battery Six outputs including strobe and SOS Side controls and tail cap momentary switch Limited Lifetime Guarantee from Fenix Lighting U.S.
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So the PD32 arrived; I opened it up; Dropped in the batteries, and was greeted by a sickly puke green beam with a lot of artifacts in it. Did some more research and discovered that the S2 LEDS are known for lack of quality control. You can get lucky and get a nice one, but the odds are significant that you will get a bad emitter and end up with a ugly discolored beam. It illuminated well and functioned well, as long as you don't mind a flashlight with a highly green beam tint.
I dumped the S2 version and bought a standard (not special edition) PD32 with the R5 emitter and I now have a superb light with a nice bright white beam.
Someone will probably post here that they bought a S2 version and their beam is perfect. It can happen, and if you are one of those people, congratulations! Just saying that the odds of getting a bad LED are higher with the S2 emitter over the R5 emitter. Your best bet is if you can try before you buy! NOTE: the S3 emitter are suppose to be even worse than the S2s.
Stick with the NON S2 version and you will be happier!
I'm sure you can buy a light cheaper else where, but you get what you pay for and as for the Fenix PD32, I could not be happier.
It is always in my pocket, ready to use at a moment's notice. That is the beauty of it, it is small enough to carry everywhere unnoticed, but more than powerful enough fir anything I need.
I have dropped it numerous times, and it still works perfectly.