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    Discussion on our review of Fenix PD35 flashlight

    Please use this thread to discuss our review of the Fenix PD35 flashlight.

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    John Caradimas SV1CEC
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    Thank you for the excellent review of a fine light that I believe represents one of the best bargains to be found on the "tactical" flashlight market today!

    I've had a Fenix UC35 flashlight light for over a year now, which I believe is basically the same light as the PD35, but with a rechargeable battery in place of the two CR123 batteries, and includes a mini USB cable for charging the light.

    It's been a great little light, and I usually use it set on the full "turbo" mode.

    While it does get a bit warm, it's nowhere near the heat level of an earlier model Fenix light I have. That one gets the entire flashlight body too hot to hold in less than 10 minutes of constant use. I've owned it for several years now, and while it does go through two CR123 batteries in a couple of hours use; it's still going strong, with no signs of the LED getting burned out.

    All in all, I believe that Fenix LED lights offer the most bang for the buck of any high powered flashlights on the market today.

    You can easily spend 3-4 times the cost of a Fenix on a comparable "big name" "tactical flashlight;" but the difference in output and performance, to me, is minimal.
    "Sights are for the unenlightened."

    Rick

    IDPA Certified Safety Officer

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