Just got a Fenix PD35

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  • breakingcontact

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    I liked the Surefires but liked that you could adjust the Fenix lights much more. Also i dont like having to do the double tap to get different settings with the Surefires. This light has a separate switch for 5 different brightness settings. Its about the perfect size for a light to take on a walk or hike. Not too big or small. Ill try and get some pix up soon.

    10-45-170-450-850 lumens

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    F350-6

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    Very nice. How far does it shoot? I really don't like the ones that you have to hit the on off switch to cycle through the power levels and strobe. I don't know why more don't use a separate selector switch for different modes.
     

    breakingcontact

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    Very nice. How far does it shoot? I really don't like the ones that you have to hit the on off switch to cycle through the power levels and strobe. I don't know why more don't use a separate selector switch for different modes.

    I watched some youtube vids were they were illuminating up to 200 ft away. I really dont know what its rated for and im not flashlight expert. If this thing is durable ill be happy. I am disappointed with Streamlight flashlights but do like their weapon lights. Surefires i know are good and maybe ill get one for a real hard use or dedicated purpose light down the road.

    What sold me on this thing was the controls. Ive got to say 850 lumens is ridiculously bright. It really turns night to day. I imagine ill spend most of my time between 1-3.
     

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    Cool! I have a fenix Tk-10 and PD20. I've been very impressed with their lights. They offer excellent performance and quality for the money.
     

    breakingcontact

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    PD35 may be a bit big for EDC but i think i may pick up some more of these Fenix lights. Which small ones do you all like?
     
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