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Introduction of Fenix P3D (Cree Edition) Flashlight

Fenix P3D Q5

Fenix P3D Q5

The Fenix P3D CE is a high-tech, rugged tool that’s perfect for any lighting application. It features six levels of output, which not only allows the user to select the best compromise between brightness and runtime for any given task but also has ability to aid in an emergency. What’s more, the Fenix P3D CE throws an awesome 160 lumens beam, an incredible amount of light for a light of any size. If you’re looking for a flashlight with solid reliability, digitally regulated brightness, and compact size, this Fenix is for you.

Features

Utilizes a Cree 7090 XR-E LED with a life of 50,000 hours
Two modes of output, selected by turning the bezel
General Mode: 9 lumens (65hrs) -> 40 lumens (13hrs) -> 90 lumens (4.8hrs) -> SOS
Turbo Mode: 160 lumens (1.8hrs) -> Strobe
33 days of survival use (2 continuous hours per day on the lowest setting)
Digitally Regulated for Constant Brightness
Low Battery Indication
Uses two CR123A battery (not included)
11.4cm (L) x 2.1cm (D) ( or 4.5 in (L) x 0.8 in (D) )
Made of aircraft grade aluminum
Durable Type III hard anodized finish
49.2-gram (or 1.7 oz) weight (excluding batteries)
Water-resistant (dunkable)
Toughened ultra clear glass lens with AR coating
Push-button tailcap switch
Capable of standing up securely on a flat surface to serve as a candle
Battery not included
Includes a holster, a lanyard, two spare o-rings, and a rubber switch boot.

Product link: Fenix Store

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Comments (7)

DaveHOctober 8th, 2008 at 8:20 pm

This is what I used on my head for Trans Utah (I had one of my custom lights on the bars). I’ve been making custom lights for a few years but this looked easier and better than anything I could put together – and I was right. With roughly 12 hours night riding and also using the light for camp use, I used 2 sets of batteries. The light pattern is excellent – a large hot spot surrounded by a wide cone of usable light. Cree XR-E Q5 LED puts out a lot of light and this flashlight enabled me to ditch the wires. It looks like it was recently discontinued but there are several similar lights.

For a mount I went super simple: I taped the flashlight to a helmet mount for a Princeton Tech EOS. No fear of electrical/duct tape here. A soft rubber strip between the mount and helmet allowed a bit too much flex so the light bounced in the rubble, but the light itself was perfect for the task.

One drawback is the use of odd 3V CR123A batteries. They would be hard to find at likely supply points – one of the AA versions might be better if this is an expected deal killer.

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Led lights are great because they are long lasting and consumes less electricity.;”~

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