• Fenix Flashlights LD41 680-Lumen Flashlight, Black
Fenix Flashlights LD41 680-Lumen Flashlight, Black

Fenix Flashlights LD41 680-Lumen Flashlight, Black

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  • Max 680 lumen output from four AA batteries
  • Six outputs including strobe and SOS
  • Convenient dual tail cap switching system; one switch for on/off momentary and another switches modes
  • IPX-8 Waterproof, 2 meters for 30 minutes
  • Supported by limited lifetime guarantee from Fenix Lighting, US

Customer Reviews

Great flashlight. Mediocre accessories. I spent a lot of time searching for a comfortable styled high output flashlight that uses AA cells.This purchase was the result of my research.Overall I am very happy with this light but I think the included accessories for it could have used more attention.First, the lanyard is just a little too short to slip it around your wrist and be able to access the buttons on the bottom of the torch.Second, the belt case fastener (velcro) seems to grab the lanyard and pull fibers. 4Fenix LD 41 Greatness! Picked up my LD41 today after another excellent delivery through near blizzard conditions, well done Amazon!. This flashlight is a tank- well put together, thumb switches are right where you want them and operate just right. High setting ought to be more than enough, Turbo is incredible- nice smooth spill and the hotspot is clear and very bright. Love the strobe which is disorienting and could be useful in tricky pathways at night and this flashlight has enough weight to be useful as well. It would be tough to beat this Fenix, it's a winner all the way. 5One of the best flashlights ever made. Nearly perfect. Amazing flashlight. Probably one of the best flashlights I've ever purchased.Pros:- Uses AA's.- Incredibly bright- Independent on/off and mode buttons- Waterproof- Long run times- Included case w/ belt loop.Cons:- A focusing beam would be nice.- I only have one of these, and want more. 5Perfect if don't want to deal with specialty batteries This light is absolutely perfect for a hand held. I can use my rechargeable eneloops, which I have like 30 of, and they last forever and throw out strong bright light on the highest setting. It's bright enough to make everyone else mad at night on max power. It has plenty of blinding power.- It is also a true " tactical" light in that u can depress the switch momentarily without clicking it on.-The body is strong and fairly resistant to water, I wouldn't swim with it though.- The light throws in a good pattern, it's too wide for distances over 100 meters, but you can still see ok beyond that. I can light up houses at the end of my block at night enough to create alarm through blinds. So it's best to behave with this guy on the less bright modes.I will repurchase if it fails! 5This thing is a light canon I purchased my first Fenix flashlight back in 2008 to use across one of Hawaii's lava fields at night. That model, the L2D, was powered by two AA batteries, and absolutely shamed all of the flashlights of those travelling around us. Since then I've almost exclusively purchased Fenix flashlights, whether as bike headlights, emergency kit flashlights, headlamps, etc...The LD41 is one of their AA models. While they have other brighter flashlights, one key feature to me was to be able to use the same AA rechargeable batteries that I use in virtually every other portable devices. Wanting a unit that was much brighter than my existing L2D and restricting that search to AA models pretty much left this and the TK41. The latter uses 8 AA's and is about 25% brighter, but at nearly double the cost, which put it out of my intended price range. While this is definitely not as portable as some of their smaller lights such as the E12 or LD22, it's not too large to carry.The 4 AA batteries in this unit are installed in a plastic carrier that is accessed by unscrewing the head of the flashlight. The inside of the handle is keyed so that the carrier can only be installed in the correct orientation. A rubber O ring is used to keep water out of the light. At the rear of the light are two switches. One turns the flashlight on and off. The other rotates through the brightness levels, and also provides access to the strobe and SOS functions (the former is accessed by holding the button down for 1 second and the latter by holding it for 3 seconds).The 680 lumen brightness is pretty extreme. While there are brighter lights, this far exceeds what you'd need around the house during a power outage. It also exceeds what you'd need navigating a campground or your back yard in the dark. It does however provide enough brightness to make it a viable search light in the dark, and the beam is focused enough to throw it quite some distance. At the same time, there is a reasonable spill. I intend on mine serving double-duty as a bike headlight by using a handlebar mount to it. The spill isn't as good as a dedicated bike headlight, but it is sufficient and brighter than most of the options out there.If you're looking for a well made, exceptionally bright, AA powered flashlight that also has good runtime, isn't a fortune, and isn't so large as to double as a deadly weapon, then the LD41 is a potentially good fit. If you want something a bit brighter then take a look at the TK41. Or, if you'd prefer something a bit smaller, the LD22 and E12 are both small, bright, and moderately priced.EDIT: One thing to be aware of which may not be clear from the Amazon description - the 680 lumen "turbo" mode is a temporary brightness. When you click up to turbo it brightens to 680 lumens, but only for a few seconds before reverting to high. That said, you get a 240 lumen flashlight with ridiculously long runtime and 680 lumens available on demand. Still very happy with this light. 5its been great. The four brightness levels is great for any ... Haven't had time to use it much . but what I have , its been great . The four brightness levels is great for any job . Well , the first setting is 10 lumens which is useless but the other three are prefect . 5This light is perfect, 680 lumens of fury! As a recent owner of the Fenix E25 which is an amazing light by the way. Not nearly as bright as this though. I had bought a Maglite, http://www.amazon.com/Mag-Instrument-ML300L-S3016-Flashlight-Black/dp/B00FVC2ZPKWith the showdown in my other review, i have found the Fenix LD41 to be a better buy. Reason being is for several reasons, this light only takes 4AA while the ML300L takes 3D cell batteries. Not bad, but the light is far bigger as a result. It is much easier to cycle through different modes and if you're looking for less to carry on camping/hiking trips (especially cross country hiking) you'll want this light in your pack. The 150 hours at 10 lumens is what strikes me as the best feature on this light. With 4 AA Eneloop cells this light could at least last up to 12 days, but can be much longer than that if you only have it on for a couple hours a day. This is perfect for extended power outages. I couldn't think of a better all purpose light that can pretty much be used in any task. Still with the Maglites, i either set them up to be used as candles or if i have a large job and need lots of light. The other problem that Mags have is the reduced lumen levels after being switched on for quite awhile, you may not notice it but it gets dimmer as the capacity of the cell lowers in voltage. This is not much so with NiMH technology but with the Mags they seem to focus a bit more on voltage than the amps which i think Fenix takes advantage of and that's how you get good run times with these lights. The extras on this light is amazing the Strobe and S.O.S. functions are great if you need to be noticed on the road or get turned around somewhere and you need assistance.I may not have much experience with lumens or the brightest lights out there but this light lives up to it's expectations. Sadly for the Maglite i think besides they make fairly good lights and it's one of the few lights that still uses D cell batteries i feel they still could take better advantage of NiMH technology and the LEDs they put in their lights. 5Sturdy, durable Sturdy, durable, 4AA flashlight. Very bright, easy to hold. Throws wide flood which helps working on things like cars. A lot of LED lights don't flood very well, this one does quite alright. Comes with nylon holster/pouch, wrist strap, and spare tailcap switch cover. A bit heavy and pricy compared to my old plastic version of this same light, but the aluminum is nice. I prefer AAs for this kind of light... they're just too common to ignore. 5Nice flashlight. Used my LD41 for awhile now, like it, at least it works unlike my other Fenix, although I did have trouble at first and Fenix corp office would not sell me a replacement switch. Not good customer support. Only other thing, if you hold the light with one hand, and use your thumb for instant flash-on, its difficult on the hand and often presses the brightness level button too. 4LightSaber ? Flashlight ? Lamp? GREAT TORCH! Great Flashlight! I use it for Security work and who can complain about a High Powered Flashlight that takes AA's. I recommended buying some hockey tape to put around the handle, Winters holding this flashlight is can be unbearable at times. The real selling point for me is not just the ergonomics of the flashlight, but the fact that it can stand up on its own acting as a lamp. Fenix has impressed me once again! 5
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Description
  • Max 680 lumen output from four AA batteries
  • Six outputs including strobe and SOS
  • Convenient dual tail cap switching system; one switch for on/off momentary and another switches modes
  • IPX-8 Waterproof, 2 meters for 30 minutes
  • Supported by limited lifetime guarantee from Fenix Lighting, US
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great flashlight. Mediocre accessories. I spent a lot of time searching for a comfortable styled high output flashlight that uses AA cells.This purchase was the result of my research.Overall I am very happy with this light but I think the included accessories for it could have used more attention.First, the lanyard is just a little too short to slip it around your wrist and be able to access the buttons on the bottom of the torch.Second, the belt case fastener (velcro) seems to grab the lanyard and pull fibers. 4Fenix LD 41 Greatness! Picked up my LD41 today after another excellent delivery through near blizzard conditions, well done Amazon!. This flashlight is a tank- well put together, thumb switches are right where you want them and operate just right. High setting ought to be more than enough, Turbo is incredible- nice smooth spill and the hotspot is clear and very bright. Love the strobe which is disorienting and could be useful in tricky pathways at night and this flashlight has enough weight to be useful as well. It would be tough to beat this Fenix, it's a winner all the way. 5One of the best flashlights ever made. Nearly perfect. Amazing flashlight. Probably one of the best flashlights I've ever purchased.Pros:- Uses AA's.- Incredibly bright- Independent on/off and mode buttons- Waterproof- Long run times- Included case w/ belt loop.Cons:- A focusing beam would be nice.- I only have one of these, and want more. 5Perfect if don't want to deal with specialty batteries This light is absolutely perfect for a hand held. I can use my rechargeable eneloops, which I have like 30 of, and they last forever and throw out strong bright light on the highest setting. It's bright enough to make everyone else mad at night on max power. It has plenty of blinding power.- It is also a true " tactical" light in that u can depress the switch momentarily without clicking it on.-The body is strong and fairly resistant to water, I wouldn't swim with it though.- The light throws in a good pattern, it's too wide for distances over 100 meters, but you can still see ok beyond that. I can light up houses at the end of my block at night enough to create alarm through blinds. So it's best to behave with this guy on the less bright modes.I will repurchase if it fails! 5This thing is a light canon I purchased my first Fenix flashlight back in 2008 to use across one of Hawaii's lava fields at night. That model, the L2D, was powered by two AA batteries, and absolutely shamed all of the flashlights of those travelling around us. Since then I've almost exclusively purchased Fenix flashlights, whether as bike headlights, emergency kit flashlights, headlamps, etc...The LD41 is one of their AA models. While they have other brighter flashlights, one key feature to me was to be able to use the same AA rechargeable batteries that I use in virtually every other portable devices. Wanting a unit that was much brighter than my existing L2D and restricting that search to AA models pretty much left this and the TK41. The latter uses 8 AA's and is about 25% brighter, but at nearly double the cost, which put it out of my intended price range. While this is definitely not as portable as some of their smaller lights such as the E12 or LD22, it's not too large to carry.The 4 AA batteries in this unit are installed in a plastic carrier that is accessed by unscrewing the head of the flashlight. The inside of the handle is keyed so that the carrier can only be installed in the correct orientation. A rubber O ring is used to keep water out of the light. At the rear of the light are two switches. One turns the flashlight on and off. The other rotates through the brightness levels, and also provides access to the strobe and SOS functions (the former is accessed by holding the button down for 1 second and the latter by holding it for 3 seconds).The 680 lumen brightness is pretty extreme. While there are brighter lights, this far exceeds what you'd need around the house during a power outage. It also exceeds what you'd need navigating a campground or your back yard in the dark. It does however provide enough brightness to make it a viable search light in the dark, and the beam is focused enough to throw it quite some distance. At the same time, there is a reasonable spill. I intend on mine serving double-duty as a bike headlight by using a handlebar mount to it. The spill isn't as good as a dedicated bike headlight, but it is sufficient and brighter than most of the options out there.If you're looking for a well made, exceptionally bright, AA powered flashlight that also has good runtime, isn't a fortune, and isn't so large as to double as a deadly weapon, then the LD41 is a potentially good fit. If you want something a bit brighter then take a look at the TK41. Or, if you'd prefer something a bit smaller, the LD22 and E12 are both small, bright, and moderately priced.EDIT: One thing to be aware of which may not be clear from the Amazon description - the 680 lumen "turbo" mode is a temporary brightness. When you click up to turbo it brightens to 680 lumens, but only for a few seconds before reverting to high. That said, you get a 240 lumen flashlight with ridiculously long runtime and 680 lumens available on demand. Still very happy with this light. 5its been great. The four brightness levels is great for any ... Haven't had time to use it much . but what I have , its been great . The four brightness levels is great for any job . Well , the first setting is 10 lumens which is useless but the other three are prefect . 5This light is perfect, 680 lumens of fury! As a recent owner of the Fenix E25 which is an amazing light by the way. Not nearly as bright as this though. I had bought a Maglite, http://www.amazon.com/Mag-Instrument-ML300L-S3016-Flashlight-Black/dp/B00FVC2ZPKWith the showdown in my other review, i have found the Fenix LD41 to be a better buy. Reason being is for several reasons, this light only takes 4AA while the ML300L takes 3D cell batteries. Not bad, but the light is far bigger as a result. It is much easier to cycle through different modes and if you're looking for less to carry on camping/hiking trips (especially cross country hiking) you'll want this light in your pack. The 150 hours at 10 lumens is what strikes me as the best feature on this light. With 4 AA Eneloop cells this light could at least last up to 12 days, but can be much longer than that if you only have it on for a couple hours a day. This is perfect for extended power outages. I couldn't think of a better all purpose light that can pretty much be used in any task. Still with the Maglites, i either set them up to be used as candles or if i have a large job and need lots of light. The other problem that Mags have is the reduced lumen levels after being switched on for quite awhile, you may not notice it but it gets dimmer as the capacity of the cell lowers in voltage. This is not much so with NiMH technology but with the Mags they seem to focus a bit more on voltage than the amps which i think Fenix takes advantage of and that's how you get good run times with these lights. The extras on this light is amazing the Strobe and S.O.S. functions are great if you need to be noticed on the road or get turned around somewhere and you need assistance.I may not have much experience with lumens or the brightest lights out there but this light lives up to it's expectations. Sadly for the Maglite i think besides they make fairly good lights and it's one of the few lights that still uses D cell batteries i feel they still could take better advantage of NiMH technology and the LEDs they put in their lights. 5Sturdy, durable Sturdy, durable, 4AA flashlight. Very bright, easy to hold. Throws wide flood which helps working on things like cars. A lot of LED lights don't flood very well, this one does quite alright. Comes with nylon holster/pouch, wrist strap, and spare tailcap switch cover. A bit heavy and pricy compared to my old plastic version of this same light, but the aluminum is nice. I prefer AAs for this kind of light... they're just too common to ignore. 5Nice flashlight. Used my LD41 for awhile now, like it, at least it works unlike my other Fenix, although I did have trouble at first and Fenix corp office would not sell me a replacement switch. Not good customer support. Only other thing, if you hold the light with one hand, and use your thumb for instant flash-on, its difficult on the hand and often presses the brightness level button too. 4LightSaber ? Flashlight ? Lamp? GREAT TORCH! Great Flashlight! I use it for Security work and who can complain about a High Powered Flashlight that takes AA's. I recommended buying some hockey tape to put around the handle, Winters holding this flashlight is can be unbearable at times. The real selling point for me is not just the ergonomics of the flashlight, but the fact that it can stand up on its own acting as a lamp. Fenix has impressed me once again! 5
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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