• Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
  • Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
  • Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
  • Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
  • Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
  • Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
  • Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
  • Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
  • Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries
Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries

Fenix PD35 TAC 1000 Lumen CREE XP-L LED Tactical Flashlight with Two EdisonBright CR123A Lithium Batteries

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  • 1000 Lumen max utilizing Cree XP-L (V5) LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
  • Uses one rechargeable Li-ion battery or two 3V CR123A Lithium batteries
  • Tactical tail switch with momentary-on function
  • 137mm (5.4 in.) Length x 25.4mm (1.0 in.) Diameter 89-gram weight (3.1 oz.) excluding battery
  • This bundle include two EdisonBright CR123A lithium batteries

Customer Reviews

Exceptional Flashlight I can't say enough good things about this flashlight. I'm in the US Navy and I work on a submarine which means I need a reliable, rugged flashlight for my day-to-day tasks. If I'm inspecting some lagging tucked behind a giant pipe or a dark bilge in a dimly lit engine room I can see fine details plain as day. This flashlight lights up a large swath with even light, as if you were seeing it outside with natural sunlight. I have dropped it numerous times on steel deckplates from 7-8 feet high as I have been climbing down ladders and it doesn't even flinch, very solid build quality. As you hold it and manipulate it you can really sense that it is a well built product.My favorite feature is the fact that you can switch the brightness easily and consistently. It's the exact same brightness for its respective settings each and every time and it never flickers or fades. You simply press the button on the side and it cycles through five brightnesses. The lowest setting is ideal for when I'm in my pitch black bunkroom and I just need a tiny bit of light to see what I'm doing without waking everyone else in the room up. If I were to turn it up to the max brightness, however, it lights up the entire room as if I had just turned on the room's overhead light (seriously). I have given these as gifts because I like it so much. $75 seems like a lot for a flashlight, but after using this I can't imagine going back to an inferior light.If you do buy it, I recommend buying a couple rechargeable batteries with it. You can find them on Amazon and they only cost about $15 with the charger included. The flashlight actually lasts a pretty long time on a single charge. I use mine regularly for about a month on the second brightest setting before I need to swap batteries. The description lists the approximate runtimes for each setting, though. I prefer keeping mine on the second brightest setting because it is seriously plenty bright for anything I ever need it for and it conserves battery life significantly longer than the highest setting. The only time I could imagine you would need the highest setting is for if you are outdoors and need to search a large area or something like that.Anyways, you won't be disappointed with this light. It is the perfect size and people are always surprised at how such a small tube can put out so much light. The sheath it comes with is handy, too, and so far it has held up great.Hope this review helped you! 5Edison Bright is a SHAM The Fenix PD35 is a fine flashlight and virtually all of the reviews are positive. I would give the flashlight 5 stars. This post is about Edison Bright. One of the two flashlights I bought failed after 2 years. The warranty is good for 5 years in my case. I contacted the Fenix warranty office in Broken Arrow, OK and they told me that they do not warrant Edison Bright sold items since Edison Bright has its own warranty system. That is interesting because Edison Bright HAS NO WARRANTY SYSTEM. You cannot even find a description of their warranty process nor any way to contact them. They sell a very good product but they are simply a sham seller with no guarantees. If you google "Edison Bright Warranty" you will find other similar complaints. Buy the Fenix products, but DO NOT BUY FROM EDISON BRIGHT. 1The best flashlight I have ever owned and I am a ... The best flashlight I have ever owned and I am a flashlight junkie. I am a mechanic and I spend half of the day with this hanging out of my mouth. I put a piece of hose around the base to bite on and that turned it from very good to great.If you set this any higher than the third position it is to bright to use. I have a 5 cell Mag Light that isn't as bright.I use rechargeable cells in it and a single battery lasts about a day. Sometimes I have to change it in the afternoon but not always.I think on the 4 and 5 settings it is not as efficient as it is on 1, 2, or 3. It really kicks out the light on 5 though. 5The ONLY flashlight you will ever need. Uses both flat and button-top 18650 rechargeable batteries. On a recent camping trip to the Sierra's, my friend brought along a new flashlight he had just purchased, the Fenix TK35. I was dumbfounded. The amount of light that it emits is unreal as is the area at which it covers. Until now, I always carried a couple of Maglite XL50's. Those are now back-up flashlights in my camping gear box at home. Instead of purchasing the TK35, I went with the PD35. It has the same outstanding qualities of the TK35 and was less expensive than what my buddy paid for his TK35. I can't recommend this flashlight enough. I camp or travel to desolate places dozens of times a year and a good flashlight is essential. Now that I have this one, I find myself constantly questioning why I only had those Maglites. On a side note, the Fenix PD35 uses 18650 rechargeable batteries (flat-top OR button-top) which is the same batteries I use in my electronic cigarette (kids, don't smoke - vape instead), so I didn't even have to buy new batteries, I already had a plentiful supply. The 18650 battery is a powerful battery that keeps this flashlight going for awhile. The batteries are inexpensive, so get a couple of them and bring them along on your next outing. Again, I can't recommend this flashlight enough. No need to purchase a few to find that they don't meet your needs. Get this one and never look back. 5Fantastically bright light! Well built and VERY bright! I have a ton of different flashlights due to working a lot of different night jobs. This little light is very well built! The fact that they had the foresight to send it with a spare switch cover and replacement o-rings is a very nice extra I wasn't expecting in the box! The strobe mode is very bright and I really like that it changes times between pulses! That would work very well to disorient a would be attacker / criminal. It doesn't FEEL as sturdy as my Streamlight, but it does NOT feel cheap like some of the other over-rated lights I have bought on Amazon that had good reviews.Pros-Works with my current 18650 batteriesSmall, I carry it in my pocket every day, no problemBRIGHT! This thing is CRAZY bright for how small it is!The ability to change brightness level, very quickly without having to hit the power button is very nice!Cons-The button to change between mods is a little hard to find. I leave the clip pointed at it to find it easier. Would be nice if it were a little more pronounced. But, that would probably take away from the lights streamlined designNot exactly thrilled with the wrist strap it came with. But, I can get a better one that is adjustable. No big deal.Further note-I will keep updating this review as time goes on. I have only had this light a few days so far. So, after I drop it in the snow, some mud puddled, step on it a few times, I will keep updating this as time goes on!Update #1 - 03-31-17I have had this light about 4 months now. I use it, pretty much daily. I don't generally use it for extended amounts of time, but I have only had to charge the LG 18650 battery I use in it twice so far. I ended up not even trying the batteries it came with. I also took off the wrist strap, because it just felt like it was going to break. I don't trust the carrying case that it comes with either. Also felt very cheap. The light itself has been rock solid so far. I do with that the DIM setting were dimmer. Also, the top two brightness settings are very difficult to tell between unless the battery is FULLY charged. Still a very good light though. It has given me no issues other than when my friends use it and blind the crap out of me by accident with it.Update 2: 06-30-2017Light is still going strong with daily use. I have started to notice that the button to choose between modes is going wonky. Well, it might not be the button? I go to select different levels of brightness, sometimes it only gives me 3 different ones, or it gets stuck on a mode. At first I thought maybe it was because the battery was dead or dying, but the battery that was in it had just been charged to full less than a week prior, and had MAYBE seen 15 minutes of use. But, after the first time it did that, it didn't do it again.. Until... Now it's happening more frequently. Not ALL of the time, but a few times a week. I am going to reduce the rating, because this is only half a year old, and start to show issues already. For over $70, I would expect a little more robust quality.Update : 9-2-17Since I have purchased this light, I have bought a few more higher end, purpose built lights. These other lights have shown me just how versatile the PD35 is. One thing I do like on my really long distance throw light has that this one doesn't. Is a super low light setting ( 1 lumen). As silly as that sounds, that feature is very nice if you need to look at something close up without losing your night vision. Another one comes from my flood light.. That's a battery power level indicator. Personally, I like the indicator on the Zebralight the most. It blinks and tells you what percentage the battery is at. Very handy. One more thing i wish this light had was a micro USB charging / charger port. My slyde king does, and was also a fraction of the cost of this light. 3One of my favorite tools. I've had mine for 6 months now. I loved it so much I bought my wife one. We live in a major metropolitan city and we have a dog that we walk at night and in the morning before the sun comes up. We routinely carry 3 self defense tools, this light, bear spray, and a pistol. We've never needed to move past using this light. About 5 times, we've had someone get belligerent, or started to come towards us in a way that alarmed us. Out comes this little jewel with it's 1k lumens, and they about-face and walk away. I think it's either because only law enforcement usually carry a light this bright, or they just don't want the attention that this light will bring.I've used it a few times camping and it's PERFECT. The pin-point LED really brings out animals eyes at night, so I know just where most creatures are. It even illuminates spider eyes quite well.It sits on the side of my bed at night, and on the lowest setting, it works well getting me to the bathroom without losing any toes, hahahah.Battery life is as advertized. One thing though, it get's quite hot at the 1k lumen setting. Other than that, it's a great little light. You won't be sorry. 5Flimsy holster and hard to find function button. I have been carrying the Fenix PD35 flashlight every day for four and a half months now. I will be looking for a different light when this one is lost or damaged.The first problem I had is with the holster that comes with it. It has no stiffness and re-holstering the light requires two hands. Usually when I need the light, I have something in the other hand that I will need to set down to re-holster my light. Once holstered, the flimsy flap will not stay over the light. Then I will accidentally hit the tail switch and the light turns on in the holster. I usually discover this when the light gets hot and I notice the heat. Then I get real irritated that I wasted two more CR123 batteries.I like that the light has a strobe. When I turn on the light with the tail switch, I can press the grey button up front to adjust from 5 light levels, or hold this button down a little longer for the strobe mode. But I found that I cannot find the grey button by feel. I have to look at the light to find it, requiring my taking my eyes off the threat that made me want to use the strobe mode. It is also usually dark when I want to find the grey button and the only light is from the flashlight, I have to shield that light to see the rest of my flashlight and find the button. I tried several times to turn the clip to align it with the grey button to see if that made it easier to find, but the clip will rotate around the light and I lose that indexing.I'll try a different light next time.Edit, I still have the light. It was misplaced for awhile in a jacket I rarely wear. I ordered new Streamlight batteries and discovered this light is now DEAD. New batteries, old batteries, nothing... 1One Light to Rule Them All... Immediately below is my first review. Below that are my updates. Disclaimer: I purchased this light for myself and was not, nor am I being paid or compensated for this review in any way by either the manufacturer, the supplier or Amazon.Com.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------That may be quite the boast. Ha! But having owned many lights through the years, (including Maglite, Surefire, Zebra Light, etc.) and loving many of them, I could never find the one that met all of my personal and duty lighting needs. There were always too many unbalanced trade offs. That is....until now.Received the package on April 26, 2014. It arrived sooner than they told me so I am very happy with my seller and Amazon. It came with an Eagletac 18650 rechargeable battery a Lanbo single battery charger and a keychain light.First, I was immediately impressed with the feel, size and weight of the light. It feels well constructed. The machining was flawless and the LED was dead center. The finish of the light had no visible defects. The PD35 performed flawlessly. Turbo at 850 Lumens is unbelievable. The Youtube video reviews just do not do it justice. This light has excellent throw and even better spill. I can light up an acre plot of land and beyond like it's daylight. I took a chance and let it sit in a bowl of cold water for about 15 minutes while it was on and it was fine. No water or moisture behind the lens and no ingress of the water as I activated both buttons several times while submersed.The included belt pouch is cheap but works. I guess they're trying to include features without jacking up the cost. I have used the pouch and it does it's job. I carried it, all through AG Day at UD with my family, in my front pocket with the clip. It was comfortable and I forgot it was there. It rode better than my Surefire because the crenellations would just eat through my jeans. This is the biggest light I will carry in my pocket and being cylindrical in shape makes it more comfortable than the Surefire.I will probably only ever have it set on the medium (170 Lumens for 7hrs+) setting for work (I'm and EMT and currently in Medic School) as that provides an impressive amount of light vs. battery duration. I like the Economy mode (10 Lumens for 140hrs)as it provides just enough light for reading or paperwork and doesn't blind you. But playing with it now every night since I've gotten it, I am impressed and glad to know that there is 850 Lumens there when I need it. It still has to prove to me that it's as "bomb proof" as my Surefire E2D LED Defender, but the quality is there and the light it brings to the game is, in my opinion, unmatched.Just to mention, it does indeed come with an extra tail cap rubber and two spare O-rings as well as the lanyard. I do in fact use the lanyard, because at times, I just cannot afford to waste time on retrieval if I drop my light. Also the small key chain light was included and is a decent quality. Gave it to my wife to keep on her keys. Also the Charger does have multi color light. When you plug it in empty the light will be green. Once the battery is in it turns red. Once it's almost charged it turns yellow and then to green for full charge. Again, a cheap charger, but gets the job done for now.All together I think this is a very good bundle set at a fair price. So far I can say that I will be purchasing a couple more of these in time. One to keep in my duty bag, one for EDC and one to keep in the house. I am highly impressed with this light.I would highly, highly, recommend this light to anyone looking for a quality EDC or duty light. I will update this as I abuse this light (as I am notoriously hard on my equipment) or if I run into any problems.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------::UPDATES::May 7th, 2014Well, I know it's only been 12 days but...It exceeds expectations. First, I carelessly left the light on the hood of my truck overnight. I got home late from school and it was pouring out. I set it down and forgot it. It had rained all night. The light was fine. No moisture behind the bezel or in the body. It worked perfectly. Second, two days ago I dropped it from the second floor balcony onto concrete while it was on. I have to be honest, I thought that was the end of it. I watched it drop. The light never even flickered when it hit bezel first and rolled to a stop. Still works great and the only sign of the drop is some minor scaring on one side of the bezel.As a couple of side notes: In the 12 days I've owned it I have only charged the battery when I received it. I have used it multiple times every night since then, normally on medium (170 Lumens for 7 hours) setting, thought sometimes playing with the 850 Lumen Turbo setting, and still not had to charge it. Also, I have usually carried it in the supplied holster and that seems (though a cheap one) to be holding up well so far. I have also carried it in my right front pocket using the supplied clip. I'm a big guy so take it as you will, but, it rides very comfortably for it's size and stays put. As an EMT and Medic student I do a "lot" of kneeling and lifting and the PD35 has not worked it's way out of my pocket yet.I am loving this light so far! I am very, very happy with it and would highly recommend it.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------::UPDATES::January 26th, 2015It's still going. I still use the light on a nightly basis. Easily tied for first place with my Surefire light, if not surpassed it. It has been dropped several more times since I purchased it and hasn't flinched. I did start to notice a small hiccup when the tail cap switch would have to be pressed more than once to turn on. An online search and one You Tube video later, I popped it open and with a needle nose pliers, a q-tip some rubbing alcohol and five minutes, I had the contacts all clean and she works like new.This is not a disposable light. I "oiled" the gaskets and cleaned the contacts. If that's all I have to do once a year to keep this light going then it's a winner. Two weeks ago it was left on the deck in the rain, and then freezing, rain and still no leaks. Works perfectly. I can't say enough good things about this light. I still highly recommend it. It is proving itself equal to my Surefire, which I love dearly. I can, at this time, see it lasting me many years.Just as a side note: (This is more about the power supply than the light) I have switched to the CR 123 batteries for the winter. The rechargeable 18650's seem to lose a considerable amount of run time when in the cold for long periods. Since I'm in EMS, more often than not, I'm outside in the cold. Not a problem as a I usually carry a couple as back ups anyway. Switching to the CR 123's has fixed that problem all together. So, If you're outside with the light in very cold temps for extended times you may want to consider it.MAY 7, 2016--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I have had this light for over two years now and it is still going strong! I use it every night and carry it on every shift. It hasn't failed yet. I have dropped it several more times, Ive dropped it into streams and the surf at the beach, used it in freezing conditions in the winter and downpours in the summer. I have had no water ingress at all. I have carried it both in the included pouch and, quite often in my pocket and I am very pleased with this light. The coating is holding up well with, surprisingly, very little wear to show for it, other then some minor battle scars. Chicks dig scars anyway...LOL I would, two years later of constant daily?nightly use, highly recommend this light. Since I've had it several of my coworkers and friends in law enforcement have purchased one and they have all been very happy with it.This will be my last update unless something tragic happens to this light. As an aside, the cheap belt holster it came with is still holding up! Who knew? One more thing.... I purchased the NiteCore P12 2015 edition a week ago. Great light, a competitor with Fenix for sure and even though that light is 1000 Lumens and a little more throw I have already relegated it as my back-up. It didn't have the needed light levels and while it throws a little better and has 150 more lumens I was not happy with the beam pattern. So, back to the old faithful PD35. You really can't go wrong with this light! 5Voltage controlled brightness, light filled with excellence. Nothing better. This is an incredible flashlight. As a first purchase in the professional/tactical flashlight market, or as a do-everything-go-anywhere light, you will not be happier with anything else. Buy a Fenix this one.I was originally looking to buy a SureFire, something like the E2D LED Defender. I figured that Fenix was a "cheap off-brand" but I was totally wrong. This flashlight is such high quality that I could not imagine how it could be made sturdier. Even the threading for the tail-cap (and flashlight head) are square threaded, which means they were carefully machined and anodized instead of being simply tapped (which would produce weak triangular threads). Even the small holster that it comes with the light is super high quality. I had figured it would be a cheap throw-away holster that I would never use; this holster is made of 1" military spec flat nylon webbing, and it looks incredibly durable. No weak stitching to fall apart here.The entire flashlight is aluminum, Type III hard anodizing; don't expect the black coloration to wear down any time soon, and minor scratches don't show through. The lens is real glass, and shouldn't discolor or fade like plexiglass.The light is incredibly bright as well. I've been used to Black Diamond headlamps which put out a rated 120 lumens. What a change! Although I don't think they are using the same measurement standard as Fenix, this 960 lumen light is seriously, blindingly bright (if not 8x more so). The eco mode on this flashlight puts out enough light for hiking or even light scrambling. With 150 hours of runtime on Eco, you'll never run out of batteries. The Turbo mode is bright enough to be used as a stun weapon, instantly blinding anybody.The only trepidations that I have about this light: I wish the light could tail-stand. As it is now, the rubber on-switch extends past the metal fins, so the light won't stand on its end. I also wish there was a way to instant-on to the Turbo mode, in addition to the normal behavior which remembers the brightness settings last used.Brightness:Level: Eco | Low | Mid | High | Turbo | StrobeLumens: 14 | 50 | 180 | 460 | 960 | 960Runtime: 150h | 38h | 10h | 3:15h | 1:10h | UnknownThe light will only stay on Turbo mode for 5 minutes before dropping down to High. This happens to prevent overheating. The light can be reinstated to Turbo mode by a quick power-cycling (turning off then on again resets the timer), but be cautious as the light could overheat if not well ventilated. Another fault: The light can only stay on High mode for 30 minutes, for the same reason above, after which it will revert to Mid brightness.The brightness is current regulated. This combined with the excellent voltage regulation means that the brightness of this flashlight does not deteriorate as the batteries are depleted. Most lights slowly drop in brightness, and the ratings are only for fresh batteries. This light maintains a constant brightness at all times (caveat: if the batteries get too low, the light will drop down to the next brightness level automatically). I have tested half-depleted batteries and brand new ones sequentially, and the brightness on all levels reads functionally identical on a lux meter.You won't be disappointed if you buy this light, I promise. Lifetime warranty, and good customer service. Overall great product. 5Does Its Job! Absolutely great flashlight for the price. In my old job, everyone said "another brand" was the best, and at the time, that may have been true. The Fenix PD35 Tac, however, impresses both myself and others with its abilities, and it does what it is supposed to do. It heats up quickly just like any other flashlight running 900 or more lumens. I use it at 15 lumen all the time for different tasks and get no heat. The 1000 lumen feature throws a really wide beam, and I mean really wide, so it is not exactly focused which is fine, and not to be expected. What I am saying is that, it is not like one will get a crisp 1000 lumen circle at 200 meters, instead, it will light up the whole street 200 meters out, fading outwards on the circumference the whole distance. On the lower setting, the same phenomenon occurs, but the beam becomes more focused. I mean, the 1000 lumen feature is either to be used in strobe for situations which call for that use, or to see everything at a far distance. The only pain, is make sure to know whether one is in the tactical mode or the regular mode which has several lumen settings as it affects the amounts of clicks it takes to get to the lumen strength one needs. I personally prefer the tactical mode, and make sure it is set one click away from the use I may need it for, otherwise, one will have to cycle through. Nice bonus on this package: it came with a mount pressure switch which I did not expect. Overall, great tactical and every day use flashlight. A little large for every day carry for myself, but I am a smaller male, with smaller pockets, yet, when walking the dog, it fits in the pocket easy and the clip is a very welcome addition. Overall, cannot say enough good things about this product. 5
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Description
  • 1000 Lumen max utilizing Cree XP-L (V5) LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
  • Uses one rechargeable Li-ion battery or two 3V CR123A Lithium batteries
  • Tactical tail switch with momentary-on function
  • 137mm (5.4 in.) Length x 25.4mm (1.0 in.) Diameter 89-gram weight (3.1 oz.) excluding battery
  • This bundle include two EdisonBright CR123A lithium batteries
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Customer Reviews

Exceptional Flashlight I can't say enough good things about this flashlight. I'm in the US Navy and I work on a submarine which means I need a reliable, rugged flashlight for my day-to-day tasks. If I'm inspecting some lagging tucked behind a giant pipe or a dark bilge in a dimly lit engine room I can see fine details plain as day. This flashlight lights up a large swath with even light, as if you were seeing it outside with natural sunlight. I have dropped it numerous times on steel deckplates from 7-8 feet high as I have been climbing down ladders and it doesn't even flinch, very solid build quality. As you hold it and manipulate it you can really sense that it is a well built product.My favorite feature is the fact that you can switch the brightness easily and consistently. It's the exact same brightness for its respective settings each and every time and it never flickers or fades. You simply press the button on the side and it cycles through five brightnesses. The lowest setting is ideal for when I'm in my pitch black bunkroom and I just need a tiny bit of light to see what I'm doing without waking everyone else in the room up. If I were to turn it up to the max brightness, however, it lights up the entire room as if I had just turned on the room's overhead light (seriously). I have given these as gifts because I like it so much. $75 seems like a lot for a flashlight, but after using this I can't imagine going back to an inferior light.If you do buy it, I recommend buying a couple rechargeable batteries with it. You can find them on Amazon and they only cost about $15 with the charger included. The flashlight actually lasts a pretty long time on a single charge. I use mine regularly for about a month on the second brightest setting before I need to swap batteries. The description lists the approximate runtimes for each setting, though. I prefer keeping mine on the second brightest setting because it is seriously plenty bright for anything I ever need it for and it conserves battery life significantly longer than the highest setting. The only time I could imagine you would need the highest setting is for if you are outdoors and need to search a large area or something like that.Anyways, you won't be disappointed with this light. It is the perfect size and people are always surprised at how such a small tube can put out so much light. The sheath it comes with is handy, too, and so far it has held up great.Hope this review helped you! 5Edison Bright is a SHAM The Fenix PD35 is a fine flashlight and virtually all of the reviews are positive. I would give the flashlight 5 stars. This post is about Edison Bright. One of the two flashlights I bought failed after 2 years. The warranty is good for 5 years in my case. I contacted the Fenix warranty office in Broken Arrow, OK and they told me that they do not warrant Edison Bright sold items since Edison Bright has its own warranty system. That is interesting because Edison Bright HAS NO WARRANTY SYSTEM. You cannot even find a description of their warranty process nor any way to contact them. They sell a very good product but they are simply a sham seller with no guarantees. If you google "Edison Bright Warranty" you will find other similar complaints. Buy the Fenix products, but DO NOT BUY FROM EDISON BRIGHT. 1The best flashlight I have ever owned and I am a ... The best flashlight I have ever owned and I am a flashlight junkie. I am a mechanic and I spend half of the day with this hanging out of my mouth. I put a piece of hose around the base to bite on and that turned it from very good to great.If you set this any higher than the third position it is to bright to use. I have a 5 cell Mag Light that isn't as bright.I use rechargeable cells in it and a single battery lasts about a day. Sometimes I have to change it in the afternoon but not always.I think on the 4 and 5 settings it is not as efficient as it is on 1, 2, or 3. It really kicks out the light on 5 though. 5The ONLY flashlight you will ever need. Uses both flat and button-top 18650 rechargeable batteries. On a recent camping trip to the Sierra's, my friend brought along a new flashlight he had just purchased, the Fenix TK35. I was dumbfounded. The amount of light that it emits is unreal as is the area at which it covers. Until now, I always carried a couple of Maglite XL50's. Those are now back-up flashlights in my camping gear box at home. Instead of purchasing the TK35, I went with the PD35. It has the same outstanding qualities of the TK35 and was less expensive than what my buddy paid for his TK35. I can't recommend this flashlight enough. I camp or travel to desolate places dozens of times a year and a good flashlight is essential. Now that I have this one, I find myself constantly questioning why I only had those Maglites. On a side note, the Fenix PD35 uses 18650 rechargeable batteries (flat-top OR button-top) which is the same batteries I use in my electronic cigarette (kids, don't smoke - vape instead), so I didn't even have to buy new batteries, I already had a plentiful supply. The 18650 battery is a powerful battery that keeps this flashlight going for awhile. The batteries are inexpensive, so get a couple of them and bring them along on your next outing. Again, I can't recommend this flashlight enough. No need to purchase a few to find that they don't meet your needs. Get this one and never look back. 5Fantastically bright light! Well built and VERY bright! I have a ton of different flashlights due to working a lot of different night jobs. This little light is very well built! The fact that they had the foresight to send it with a spare switch cover and replacement o-rings is a very nice extra I wasn't expecting in the box! The strobe mode is very bright and I really like that it changes times between pulses! That would work very well to disorient a would be attacker / criminal. It doesn't FEEL as sturdy as my Streamlight, but it does NOT feel cheap like some of the other over-rated lights I have bought on Amazon that had good reviews.Pros-Works with my current 18650 batteriesSmall, I carry it in my pocket every day, no problemBRIGHT! This thing is CRAZY bright for how small it is!The ability to change brightness level, very quickly without having to hit the power button is very nice!Cons-The button to change between mods is a little hard to find. I leave the clip pointed at it to find it easier. Would be nice if it were a little more pronounced. But, that would probably take away from the lights streamlined designNot exactly thrilled with the wrist strap it came with. But, I can get a better one that is adjustable. No big deal.Further note-I will keep updating this review as time goes on. I have only had this light a few days so far. So, after I drop it in the snow, some mud puddled, step on it a few times, I will keep updating this as time goes on!Update #1 - 03-31-17I have had this light about 4 months now. I use it, pretty much daily. I don't generally use it for extended amounts of time, but I have only had to charge the LG 18650 battery I use in it twice so far. I ended up not even trying the batteries it came with. I also took off the wrist strap, because it just felt like it was going to break. I don't trust the carrying case that it comes with either. Also felt very cheap. The light itself has been rock solid so far. I do with that the DIM setting were dimmer. Also, the top two brightness settings are very difficult to tell between unless the battery is FULLY charged. Still a very good light though. It has given me no issues other than when my friends use it and blind the crap out of me by accident with it.Update 2: 06-30-2017Light is still going strong with daily use. I have started to notice that the button to choose between modes is going wonky. Well, it might not be the button? I go to select different levels of brightness, sometimes it only gives me 3 different ones, or it gets stuck on a mode. At first I thought maybe it was because the battery was dead or dying, but the battery that was in it had just been charged to full less than a week prior, and had MAYBE seen 15 minutes of use. But, after the first time it did that, it didn't do it again.. Until... Now it's happening more frequently. Not ALL of the time, but a few times a week. I am going to reduce the rating, because this is only half a year old, and start to show issues already. For over $70, I would expect a little more robust quality.Update : 9-2-17Since I have purchased this light, I have bought a few more higher end, purpose built lights. These other lights have shown me just how versatile the PD35 is. One thing I do like on my really long distance throw light has that this one doesn't. Is a super low light setting ( 1 lumen). As silly as that sounds, that feature is very nice if you need to look at something close up without losing your night vision. Another one comes from my flood light.. That's a battery power level indicator. Personally, I like the indicator on the Zebralight the most. It blinks and tells you what percentage the battery is at. Very handy. One more thing i wish this light had was a micro USB charging / charger port. My slyde king does, and was also a fraction of the cost of this light. 3One of my favorite tools. I've had mine for 6 months now. I loved it so much I bought my wife one. We live in a major metropolitan city and we have a dog that we walk at night and in the morning before the sun comes up. We routinely carry 3 self defense tools, this light, bear spray, and a pistol. We've never needed to move past using this light. About 5 times, we've had someone get belligerent, or started to come towards us in a way that alarmed us. Out comes this little jewel with it's 1k lumens, and they about-face and walk away. I think it's either because only law enforcement usually carry a light this bright, or they just don't want the attention that this light will bring.I've used it a few times camping and it's PERFECT. The pin-point LED really brings out animals eyes at night, so I know just where most creatures are. It even illuminates spider eyes quite well.It sits on the side of my bed at night, and on the lowest setting, it works well getting me to the bathroom without losing any toes, hahahah.Battery life is as advertized. One thing though, it get's quite hot at the 1k lumen setting. Other than that, it's a great little light. You won't be sorry. 5Flimsy holster and hard to find function button. I have been carrying the Fenix PD35 flashlight every day for four and a half months now. I will be looking for a different light when this one is lost or damaged.The first problem I had is with the holster that comes with it. It has no stiffness and re-holstering the light requires two hands. Usually when I need the light, I have something in the other hand that I will need to set down to re-holster my light. Once holstered, the flimsy flap will not stay over the light. Then I will accidentally hit the tail switch and the light turns on in the holster. I usually discover this when the light gets hot and I notice the heat. Then I get real irritated that I wasted two more CR123 batteries.I like that the light has a strobe. When I turn on the light with the tail switch, I can press the grey button up front to adjust from 5 light levels, or hold this button down a little longer for the strobe mode. But I found that I cannot find the grey button by feel. I have to look at the light to find it, requiring my taking my eyes off the threat that made me want to use the strobe mode. It is also usually dark when I want to find the grey button and the only light is from the flashlight, I have to shield that light to see the rest of my flashlight and find the button. I tried several times to turn the clip to align it with the grey button to see if that made it easier to find, but the clip will rotate around the light and I lose that indexing.I'll try a different light next time.Edit, I still have the light. It was misplaced for awhile in a jacket I rarely wear. I ordered new Streamlight batteries and discovered this light is now DEAD. New batteries, old batteries, nothing... 1One Light to Rule Them All... Immediately below is my first review. Below that are my updates. Disclaimer: I purchased this light for myself and was not, nor am I being paid or compensated for this review in any way by either the manufacturer, the supplier or Amazon.Com.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------That may be quite the boast. Ha! But having owned many lights through the years, (including Maglite, Surefire, Zebra Light, etc.) and loving many of them, I could never find the one that met all of my personal and duty lighting needs. There were always too many unbalanced trade offs. That is....until now.Received the package on April 26, 2014. It arrived sooner than they told me so I am very happy with my seller and Amazon. It came with an Eagletac 18650 rechargeable battery a Lanbo single battery charger and a keychain light.First, I was immediately impressed with the feel, size and weight of the light. It feels well constructed. The machining was flawless and the LED was dead center. The finish of the light had no visible defects. The PD35 performed flawlessly. Turbo at 850 Lumens is unbelievable. The Youtube video reviews just do not do it justice. This light has excellent throw and even better spill. I can light up an acre plot of land and beyond like it's daylight. I took a chance and let it sit in a bowl of cold water for about 15 minutes while it was on and it was fine. No water or moisture behind the lens and no ingress of the water as I activated both buttons several times while submersed.The included belt pouch is cheap but works. I guess they're trying to include features without jacking up the cost. I have used the pouch and it does it's job. I carried it, all through AG Day at UD with my family, in my front pocket with the clip. It was comfortable and I forgot it was there. It rode better than my Surefire because the crenellations would just eat through my jeans. This is the biggest light I will carry in my pocket and being cylindrical in shape makes it more comfortable than the Surefire.I will probably only ever have it set on the medium (170 Lumens for 7hrs+) setting for work (I'm and EMT and currently in Medic School) as that provides an impressive amount of light vs. battery duration. I like the Economy mode (10 Lumens for 140hrs)as it provides just enough light for reading or paperwork and doesn't blind you. But playing with it now every night since I've gotten it, I am impressed and glad to know that there is 850 Lumens there when I need it. It still has to prove to me that it's as "bomb proof" as my Surefire E2D LED Defender, but the quality is there and the light it brings to the game is, in my opinion, unmatched.Just to mention, it does indeed come with an extra tail cap rubber and two spare O-rings as well as the lanyard. I do in fact use the lanyard, because at times, I just cannot afford to waste time on retrieval if I drop my light. Also the small key chain light was included and is a decent quality. Gave it to my wife to keep on her keys. Also the Charger does have multi color light. When you plug it in empty the light will be green. Once the battery is in it turns red. Once it's almost charged it turns yellow and then to green for full charge. Again, a cheap charger, but gets the job done for now.All together I think this is a very good bundle set at a fair price. So far I can say that I will be purchasing a couple more of these in time. One to keep in my duty bag, one for EDC and one to keep in the house. I am highly impressed with this light.I would highly, highly, recommend this light to anyone looking for a quality EDC or duty light. I will update this as I abuse this light (as I am notoriously hard on my equipment) or if I run into any problems.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------::UPDATES::May 7th, 2014Well, I know it's only been 12 days but...It exceeds expectations. First, I carelessly left the light on the hood of my truck overnight. I got home late from school and it was pouring out. I set it down and forgot it. It had rained all night. The light was fine. No moisture behind the bezel or in the body. It worked perfectly. Second, two days ago I dropped it from the second floor balcony onto concrete while it was on. I have to be honest, I thought that was the end of it. I watched it drop. The light never even flickered when it hit bezel first and rolled to a stop. Still works great and the only sign of the drop is some minor scaring on one side of the bezel.As a couple of side notes: In the 12 days I've owned it I have only charged the battery when I received it. I have used it multiple times every night since then, normally on medium (170 Lumens for 7 hours) setting, thought sometimes playing with the 850 Lumen Turbo setting, and still not had to charge it. Also, I have usually carried it in the supplied holster and that seems (though a cheap one) to be holding up well so far. I have also carried it in my right front pocket using the supplied clip. I'm a big guy so take it as you will, but, it rides very comfortably for it's size and stays put. As an EMT and Medic student I do a "lot" of kneeling and lifting and the PD35 has not worked it's way out of my pocket yet.I am loving this light so far! I am very, very happy with it and would highly recommend it.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------::UPDATES::January 26th, 2015It's still going. I still use the light on a nightly basis. Easily tied for first place with my Surefire light, if not surpassed it. It has been dropped several more times since I purchased it and hasn't flinched. I did start to notice a small hiccup when the tail cap switch would have to be pressed more than once to turn on. An online search and one You Tube video later, I popped it open and with a needle nose pliers, a q-tip some rubbing alcohol and five minutes, I had the contacts all clean and she works like new.This is not a disposable light. I "oiled" the gaskets and cleaned the contacts. If that's all I have to do once a year to keep this light going then it's a winner. Two weeks ago it was left on the deck in the rain, and then freezing, rain and still no leaks. Works perfectly. I can't say enough good things about this light. I still highly recommend it. It is proving itself equal to my Surefire, which I love dearly. I can, at this time, see it lasting me many years.Just as a side note: (This is more about the power supply than the light) I have switched to the CR 123 batteries for the winter. The rechargeable 18650's seem to lose a considerable amount of run time when in the cold for long periods. Since I'm in EMS, more often than not, I'm outside in the cold. Not a problem as a I usually carry a couple as back ups anyway. Switching to the CR 123's has fixed that problem all together. So, If you're outside with the light in very cold temps for extended times you may want to consider it.MAY 7, 2016--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------I have had this light for over two years now and it is still going strong! I use it every night and carry it on every shift. It hasn't failed yet. I have dropped it several more times, Ive dropped it into streams and the surf at the beach, used it in freezing conditions in the winter and downpours in the summer. I have had no water ingress at all. I have carried it both in the included pouch and, quite often in my pocket and I am very pleased with this light. The coating is holding up well with, surprisingly, very little wear to show for it, other then some minor battle scars. Chicks dig scars anyway...LOL I would, two years later of constant daily?nightly use, highly recommend this light. Since I've had it several of my coworkers and friends in law enforcement have purchased one and they have all been very happy with it.This will be my last update unless something tragic happens to this light. As an aside, the cheap belt holster it came with is still holding up! Who knew? One more thing.... I purchased the NiteCore P12 2015 edition a week ago. Great light, a competitor with Fenix for sure and even though that light is 1000 Lumens and a little more throw I have already relegated it as my back-up. It didn't have the needed light levels and while it throws a little better and has 150 more lumens I was not happy with the beam pattern. So, back to the old faithful PD35. You really can't go wrong with this light! 5Voltage controlled brightness, light filled with excellence. Nothing better. This is an incredible flashlight. As a first purchase in the professional/tactical flashlight market, or as a do-everything-go-anywhere light, you will not be happier with anything else. Buy a Fenix this one.I was originally looking to buy a SureFire, something like the E2D LED Defender. I figured that Fenix was a "cheap off-brand" but I was totally wrong. This flashlight is such high quality that I could not imagine how it could be made sturdier. Even the threading for the tail-cap (and flashlight head) are square threaded, which means they were carefully machined and anodized instead of being simply tapped (which would produce weak triangular threads). Even the small holster that it comes with the light is super high quality. I had figured it would be a cheap throw-away holster that I would never use; this holster is made of 1" military spec flat nylon webbing, and it looks incredibly durable. No weak stitching to fall apart here.The entire flashlight is aluminum, Type III hard anodizing; don't expect the black coloration to wear down any time soon, and minor scratches don't show through. The lens is real glass, and shouldn't discolor or fade like plexiglass.The light is incredibly bright as well. I've been used to Black Diamond headlamps which put out a rated 120 lumens. What a change! Although I don't think they are using the same measurement standard as Fenix, this 960 lumen light is seriously, blindingly bright (if not 8x more so). The eco mode on this flashlight puts out enough light for hiking or even light scrambling. With 150 hours of runtime on Eco, you'll never run out of batteries. The Turbo mode is bright enough to be used as a stun weapon, instantly blinding anybody.The only trepidations that I have about this light: I wish the light could tail-stand. As it is now, the rubber on-switch extends past the metal fins, so the light won't stand on its end. I also wish there was a way to instant-on to the Turbo mode, in addition to the normal behavior which remembers the brightness settings last used.Brightness:Level: Eco | Low | Mid | High | Turbo | StrobeLumens: 14 | 50 | 180 | 460 | 960 | 960Runtime: 150h | 38h | 10h | 3:15h | 1:10h | UnknownThe light will only stay on Turbo mode for 5 minutes before dropping down to High. This happens to prevent overheating. The light can be reinstated to Turbo mode by a quick power-cycling (turning off then on again resets the timer), but be cautious as the light could overheat if not well ventilated. Another fault: The light can only stay on High mode for 30 minutes, for the same reason above, after which it will revert to Mid brightness.The brightness is current regulated. This combined with the excellent voltage regulation means that the brightness of this flashlight does not deteriorate as the batteries are depleted. Most lights slowly drop in brightness, and the ratings are only for fresh batteries. This light maintains a constant brightness at all times (caveat: if the batteries get too low, the light will drop down to the next brightness level automatically). I have tested half-depleted batteries and brand new ones sequentially, and the brightness on all levels reads functionally identical on a lux meter.You won't be disappointed if you buy this light, I promise. Lifetime warranty, and good customer service. Overall great product. 5Does Its Job! Absolutely great flashlight for the price. In my old job, everyone said "another brand" was the best, and at the time, that may have been true. The Fenix PD35 Tac, however, impresses both myself and others with its abilities, and it does what it is supposed to do. It heats up quickly just like any other flashlight running 900 or more lumens. I use it at 15 lumen all the time for different tasks and get no heat. The 1000 lumen feature throws a really wide beam, and I mean really wide, so it is not exactly focused which is fine, and not to be expected. What I am saying is that, it is not like one will get a crisp 1000 lumen circle at 200 meters, instead, it will light up the whole street 200 meters out, fading outwards on the circumference the whole distance. On the lower setting, the same phenomenon occurs, but the beam becomes more focused. I mean, the 1000 lumen feature is either to be used in strobe for situations which call for that use, or to see everything at a far distance. The only pain, is make sure to know whether one is in the tactical mode or the regular mode which has several lumen settings as it affects the amounts of clicks it takes to get to the lumen strength one needs. I personally prefer the tactical mode, and make sure it is set one click away from the use I may need it for, otherwise, one will have to cycle through. Nice bonus on this package: it came with a mount pressure switch which I did not expect. Overall, great tactical and every day use flashlight. A little large for every day carry for myself, but I am a smaller male, with smaller pockets, yet, when walking the dog, it fits in the pocket easy and the clip is a very welcome addition. Overall, cannot say enough good things about this product. 5
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