Fenix LD15 Flashlight Review

Fenix LD15 Flashlight ReviewI will admit like most, it's not practical to carry a full size tactical torch when you're going places like the mall or dinner engagements but what is a person to do you want to be prepared at any time and any place? A flashlight is a must as I found out recently.

Fenix LD15
• Cree XP-G LED (R4) with lifespan of 50,000 hours
• Two modes of output - High (117 lumens, 1.5hrs) -> Low (8 lumens 39hrs)
• Stable current regulation - maintains stable brightness
• Uses one 1.5V AA (Alkaline, Ni-MH, Lithium) battery (not included)
• 80mm (Length) x 16.6mm (Diameter)
• 21-gram weight (excluding the battery)
• Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum
• Premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
• Waterproof to IPX-8 Standard
• Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
• Reliable twist switch
• Capable of standing up securely on a flat surface to serve as a candle
• Included accessories: Key ring, lanyard

Fenix LD15 Flashlight ReviewI was out with family last week when the power went out in a Wal-Mart and panic insured. But I was prepared. I didn't have a full size tactical light but I had the next best thing. The Fenix LD15 is a very small size tactical light that at just 21 grams is small enough to put on a key chain or in your pocket with very little discomfort or weight.



Fenix LD15 Flashlight ReviewThe design of this flashlight is simple, a twist cap for on and off and with two modes. Low - which gives you 8 Lumens for 39 hours or high - which will give you a remarkable 117 lumens for 1.5 hours on nothing more than a AA battery.

This light may be small but it has a lot of the features of larger tactical lights like a Cree Led. It has a lightweight glass lens with an anti-reflective coating. The body is made from the same aluminum used in aircraft's with a very good black anti-abrasive finish to keep that aluminum looking great for years.

Fenix LD15 Flashlight ReviewThis model is like most of the Fenix lines it comes with spare O-rings and a wrist strap. I wanted to say something about the O-rings. Some people think Fenix O-rings wear out fast and that's why they put in extras. I can tell you that I have been using many tactical lights from many brands and even expensive flashlight o-rings wear out. O-rings wear out whether it's a $500 light or $50 bucks. They will wear down over time and need to be replaced. Fenix has you covered.

Fenix LD15 Flashlight ReviewMany will say 'what good is a little mickey mouse light like that'? Well this one has a very high output for its size. It's 117 lumens and that is a very high output for a light that isn't much bigger than an AA battery. I have full size tactical lights that have a lower output than the LD15.

It's a great option for those occasions when it's not feasible to carry a large heavy light but you still feel the need to have a light on hand. I would recommend the Fenix LD15 for a powerful lightweight EDC.

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