Fenix TK35 LED Flashlight - Review

Fenix TK35 LED Flashlight - Review

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    Fenix TK35 LED Flashlight - Review



    Fenix TK35 LED Flashlight Specifications:
    Powered by 4 CR123A or 2 18650 batteries
    164mm (Length) x 43.64mm (Diameter) x 51.5mm (Head)
    256-gram weight (excluding batteries)
    Dual button switch in the tail cap
    Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum

    Today I am reviewing the Fenix TK35 LED flashlight. I've had this flash light for about 4 months or so now. I wanted something with a bright setting and a low setting to keep in my Jeep. Since I've had such good luck with my Fenix PD20, I decided to try out the Fenix TK35. This thing is awesome!! It has a low setting of 12 lumens that will last 170 hours of use. And on Turbo mode you get a astounding 820 lumens which should be enough light power for just about anyones needs. I've used this light for tackling some wires under my dash and for spotting deer about 175-200 yards away from my Jeep. This thing throws a nice beam. In the box you'll receive the light, sheath, lanyard, and a owners manual.

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    Excellent light. I've had one for over a year. My go to light for walking the dog at night. I like that you get max brightness with one button or immediate strob with the other. Also a good non lethal alternative that I've used to temp blind or scare off two and four legged creatures.....

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    I gave myself one of these for my b-day last year. Pretty darn good light. Amazingly powerful, yet a small package.

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