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Fenix LD40 Cree R4 LED Flashlight

Fenix LD40 Cree R4 LED Flashlight

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Part Number:FENLD40


Cree XP-G Neutral White LED (R4) with a lifespan of 50,000 hours 

Two modes and 7 outputs

  • 248 Lumens (3 hours 13 minutes)
  • 110 Lumens (9 hours 42 minutes)
  • 43 Lumens (27 hours)
  • 4 Lumens (245 hours)
Flashing modes
  • 278 Lumens (Strobe)
  • 64 Lumens (Slow flashing)
  • 64 Lumens (SOS)

Uses four 1.5V AA (Ni-MH, Alkaline) batteries
185mm (Length) x 43mm (Diameter)
170-gram weight (excluding batteries)
Digitally regulated circuit - maintains constant brightness
Patented physical structure avoids circuit damaging from reverse connection of battery
Tactical push-button tail cap switch with momentary-on function
Dual switches, simple and fast operation
The light head is made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum; the rest is made of plastic of good quality
The metal part adopts premium type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
Toughened ultra-clear double glass lens with anti-reflective coating

Notice: The above-mentioned parameters (tested by 2500mAh Ni-MH battery in Lab)
            are approximate and may vary between flashlights, batteries, and environments.

5 Stars
Bravo Fenix! part 1
I'll start with the two cons. Neutral white LED is dimmer than it could be with a cool white LED. Next, it won't tailstand. First I ran a runtime test since Fenix didn't publish any. I ran with Imedion 2400 mAh low discharge NiMH cells w/ an impressive 3 hours before it dimmed enough that I worried about over-discharging my cells. One was .5v, one .4V & the other two .9v. The head never got above 110F. I checked the cells as well and they maxed at 93F. I love that it's flat and doesn't roll. Most makers still won't get away from this maglite flaw. I love the plastic body for not freezing my hand in cold weather. The switches are very accessible, and after the light is on, one button press will get you to strobe (or the flash function of your choice).
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Reviewed by:  from Mojave desert. on 2/18/2011

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