Fenix TK09 flashlight
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- Has the ability to keep the power level constant even when the batteries are dying.
- Won't short circuit even if the battery is inserted the wrong way in.
- Low battery power indicator.
- Coated, non-reflective glass lens.
- Hard anodized airplane aluminum frame.
- Comes with a belt pouch, wrist strap, 2 pcs O rings, and a protective rubber cap for the switch.
- Light output 900 lm (max)
- Runtime 50 h (max)
- Range 310 m (max)
- Shock proof up to 2 m
- Waterproofness IPX-8 (2 m depth)
- Measures 130 x 25,4 x 34 mm
- Weight 105 g (without batteries)
- LED type: Cree XP-L HI
- Power source: 2 x CR123A, 1 x 18650 Li-ion (not included)
- Meets or exceeds ANSI/NEMA FL-1, ROHS, CE
Three power modes:
- Turbo: 900 lm, 1,25 h
- Normal: 450 lm, 4,55 h
- Eco: 50 lm, 37 h
Made by Fenix
Fenix is a quite recent name on the flashlight market. The "thing" about Fenix is their excellent value, very affordable yet very high quality. Fenix is a great choice for anybody looking for a real work horse flashlight!
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