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Holycow Fenix pd35

This is a discussion on Holycow Fenix pd35 within the Defensive Knives & Other Weapons forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I have to say, I never knew a real flashlight until i got the pd 35. The home store flashlights are a joke when you ...

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    I have to say, I never knew a real flashlight until i got the pd 35. The home store flashlights are a joke when you see a high quality unit. This thing is crazy bright . I think I will toss all my mag lites in the trash.
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    Fenix does make a nice torch. I have the PD31, 32 and 35. All have their high points. The 35 is decidedly superior to it's predecessors.
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    Upgarde those maglights with the nighteyze led kit and keep them for spares. You can never have too many flashlights.

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    I've got a couple of wha tI think are decent Fenix's but once I saw this thing in action it blew me away. Great light for a great price, tempted to buy another.

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    Fenix makes great lights, especially considering the price.

    It's not an EDC light, but I use the Fenix TK75 when I go waterfowl hunting. It's unbelievably bright and has an incredible throw. Perfect for finding your way around on rivers, water and the woods.
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    I like my PD35.. :)
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    My EDC is a PD32. LOVE it. Holster it came with? Not so much.

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    Another $75 on the old Mastercard.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luvmy40 View Post
    Fenix does make a nice torch. I have the PD31, 32 and 35. All have their high points. The 35 is decidedly superior to it's predecessors.
    The PD35 is on my Amazon list with a rechargable kit and extra battery pack. 850 lumens out of something like that is unreal. Has to be especially blinding.
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    I ordered one yesterday. Looks like a great product. I love my ld12....

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    Wow, almost the same output as my TK 35, which is a much bigger light. I'll have to have one. Almost the same size as my PD32, great for pocket carry. Only complaint I have is somehow the switch in the tail cap gets turned on accidentally while in my pocket. Don't realize until it begins to get warm. The pocket clip is oriented to point the lens down, tail cap up. Can't change it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oldnfat View Post
    Wow, almost the same output as my TK 35, which is a much bigger light. I'll have to have one. Almost the same size as my PD32, great for pocket carry. Only complaint I have is somehow the switch in the tail cap gets turned on accidentally while in my pocket. Don't realize until it begins to get warm. The pocket clip is oriented to point the lens down, tail cap up. Can't change it.
    This. I have replaced batteries several times because the tailcap isn't adequately protected.
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    Love my rechargeable 800 lumen fenix take it everywhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldnfat View Post
    Wow, almost the same output as my TK 35, which is a much bigger light. I'll have to have one. Almost the same size as my PD32, great for pocket carry. Only complaint I have is somehow the switch in the tail cap gets turned on accidentally while in my pocket. Don't realize until it begins to get warm. The pocket clip is oriented to point the lens down, tail cap up. Can't change it.
    Same thing has happened to me numerous times lol.

    Great lights though.

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    Don't throw out your old lights. Any flashlight is better than no flash light, and if you have one, you have none.
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