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Fenix LD22 G2 2015 Edt 300 Lumens LED Flashlight

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Description

  • Max 300 lumen 2015 version with Cree XP-G2 (R5) LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
  • It has dual operation modes, tactical and outdoors, with 4 brightness outputs of low, mid, high and turbo
  • Easy access to strobe and SOS functions
  • Suitable to meet your every illumination need in the outdoors and in urgent conditions, such as camp
  • Uses readily available two AA (Ni-MH, Alkaline ) batteries

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Customer Reviews

I never really like the cool color castI bought this, as well as the E12 for general purpose around the house usage in the hopes that they will outlast my other lights. I bought a Brinkman from Home Depot. I bet I hadn't used that light a half dozen times before it stopped working. And, I never really like the cool color cast. So, I'm kinda glad it failed. This flashlight puts out a ton of light. It turns my backyard into daylight. I'm very happy with it. I really like the color cast of these lights, too. I just hope it doesn't quit on me like the Brinkman and the Nebo (or something like that). If it fails prematurely, I will post post back, for sure. I bought a package of 3 13 lumen Fenix lights a couple of years ago. They have been good quality. So, here's hoping....5Great Flashlight, but can run hot. A nice bright flashlight that i got to replace my old LD22 which I lost while working. Wonderful little flashlight with excellent brightness just like its ancestor. Long battery life, provided in mine by a set of rechargeable eneloops, is second to none and is why I return to Fenix when I need more quality flashlights.Be WarnedThe metal head holding the lens does get surprisingly warm during operation at the highest setting, which is a little uncomfortable if you forget and just stick it in your pocket once you're done. Blowing on it like the barrel of a gun when finished is all that's necessary if you run the high settings. The company does warn you about this in the form of an engraving on the head, and it is never dangerously hot at any time I have experienced. 5Finally, a bright light that takes AAs Having bought other nice bright flashlights only to realize they take either tiny or very expensive batteries I decided to track down one that took good old AAs. This fits the bill well, the brightness settings are very useful and the size is just right. The construction is solid and it appears to be well made. I've had the light about a month and a half and and have used it quite a bit. The original AAs i loaded it with are still going strong. I'll be buying more for the cabin, car, and boat. 5Great light /useless sheathThis is not my first Fenix flashlight.I am okay with paying extra for quality because I need reliable gear , so I buy good lights.I purchased this light because it runs on AA batteries which are easy to find , and because I wanted a smaller light for my tool bag.The light works very well. It is bright , is reliable and the batteries last a long time on its lower settings.The light itself is 5 stars !However the sheath is a complete joke!It is cheaply made , is flimsy as hell and isn't molle compatible , so I cannot attach it to molle compatible gear or my toolbag.The belt loop on the sheath is tiny also , so don't expect it to fit a wide belt.If I am paying big money for a light that will presumably last a lifetime then it should come with a quality sheath that is easy to use and is also built to last.Great light but be prepared to spend another 10-20 bucks on a better belt sheath for it.3Bright, compact, efficient and durableI placed this flash light on my EDC backpack at easy access. Bought this light because of size, Brightness, Fenix reputation and it s ability to use AA batteries. I have many rechargeable AA s for other devices which have proven to be worth their weight in gold. So it made sense to look for a good EDC flashlight that would also take advantage of them. Have used this light for everything already from night highway construction work, hiking, checking low tire on a road trip, etc. One day while in the office maint guys were working between my ceiling and the roof and when entering the area I heard one worker tell the other I wish we had a brighter light so I walked over to the ladder and offered my Little Fenix AA flashlight. He turned it on and it was in Low mode where I keep it. I then told him how to power up through the higher outputs and the guy already in the attic was going WOW! That thing is BRIGHT to be so small. The work lights they were using were three to four times as large but not even half as bright as my small Fenix. Technology has come so far in flashlights over the past 10 years or so it is unbelievable unless you see it for yourself and these Fenix lights are at the top in my opinion. I have already ordered a slightly larger Fenix with MANY MORE lumens to use for my recreational outdoor activities.5Great light with many optionsEverybody wants something different from a flashlight. I am a little old school. I hate all the gimmicks in new flashlights. Fenix is a wonderful company. They did make a narrow long range light, which I loved, but they discontinued it. This flashlight has all the gimmicks that other people like, but Fenix put those gimmicks on a separate button, so I don't have to worry about them. I put it on bright and it stays on bright every time I turn it on. Like most of the new models, this light is a bit wide and short, compared to the old 22 model. I do not take this one hunting because it does not shoot out far enough for my satisfaction, but it is a great light for the campsite. It is also a great light to have in the car, or to take on walks. Fenix does not make a bad flashlight, I have several and each has it's own benefits. This light is a keeper.5Excellent flashligh that could be made even better with a rubberized mode buttonI have a number of Fenix flashlights and I consider the double AA configuration essential for long term emergency power outages. My only complaint with this light is the mode button. Fenix went to a stainless steel button which is great for durability but I prefer a rubberized mode button that I can easily locate by touch. It is too difficult to locate this stainless steel button by touch. You can position the belt clip in a way to help find it quickly but it's still not as good as a nice rubberized button. I am considering putting a dab of JB Weld or something on the button to help me quickly locate it. Other than this one issue the light is darn near perfect. It has a reasonably good throw/spill ratio and it's durable as all get-out. I would buy another one if this one was lost or damaged.4Great Little AA Powered EDC Flashlight by a Reputable Company!!!Purchased this flashlight for back-up use in My car, work, and for home. My main two flashlights are the Nitcore P12 and Thrunite TN11S both purchased through Amazon.com I'm always receiving complements by My Co-workers about how I always have "Cool" flashlights. As a Jailer/Correctional Officer flashlights are an integral piece of equipment for our line of work, especial since we work 2 weeks of nightshift per work month. The Nitecore P12 uses 2 CR123 batteries or 1 1650 battery. I purchased a charger for My Orbtronic 3400mah rechargables (purchased through Amazon.com, of course). The Thrunite TN11S uses 4 CR123 batteries or 2 1650 batteries. The beauty of the Fenix LD22 is that it gives off 85% of the light of the Nitecore and Thrunite flashlights at a significantly lower operating cost since AA batteries are well abundant anywhere You go/find. This LD22 is My first Fenix brand flashlight purchase. I did consider the PD35 very closely when I bought My Nitecore P12 though. The build quality/feel of the LD22 is as expected from a company like Fenix however and I don't expect it to let Me down.Update 12/21/2016I've used this flashlight for about a week now, mostly at work - works like a charm. I'm seriously considering purchasing some Eneloop Re-chargable batteries for this flashlight so I'll won't have to worry about going through normal run-of-the-mill alkaline batteries like crazy.4Sturdy, bright, light-weight, easy to use-- I recommendSturdy, bright, light-weight, easy to use. The LD22 (2015 Edition) by Fenix is an excellent choice for a high-end, small flashlight.PROS:- 300 Lumens is bright. Sure, I want 1000 lumens in each light I own, but that is simply not possible when other features are desired. - takes 2 x AA batteries -- easy to replace anytime, anywhere. Brighter lights often take exotic battery sizes, and it is efficient to keep my lights with standard AAA or AA.- easy to use. On-Off on the tail button, and there is a very handy, well-placed button for toggling between brightness settings near the lens cap of the light. The only minor flaw is that, in the dark, without looking, it is hard to find by touch -- it takes considerable practice if it is important to you to operate that button without looking at the flashlight. That is only worth subtracting 1 star, since that button is still awesome and a great idea.- sturdy and tough aluminum. Water resistant o-rings and construction; though it is round, the LD22 has small constructionfeatures or shapes on the shaft that keep it from rolling around -- great idea.- compact for easy carry or storage -- sturdy clip is easily reversible.CONS:- As mentioned above, the three-toggle brightness button, if you need to find it without looking, requires it takes considerable practice. If you look, no problem.- My light failed due to what the factory said was "corrosion" in under 2 years. I do not know if it was the FL salt air near the coast, but the light should be well-sealed against that. Maybe corrosion from batteries, but I found no corrosion myself. However, Fenix cheerfully and quickly cleaned it and returned the working LD22 with no charge. I will watch this carefully, as I have several other brands of low-medium and high-end lights, and none has failed due to corrosion Good service, though, Fenix, and thanks.COMPARISONS:THE TerraLUX TLF-300 light is quite similar in design and size , but is around 60-70% of the brightness. The TerraLUX costs only $29 -- not $55 like the Fenix LD22. It is orange; so easy to locate among other items. The Coast G32 is just as bright, though the beam is warmer compared to the Fenix cool-white. The G32 (called the 20484 on Amazon) costs is $26 and has an awesome twist focus for speeding out the beam, and it is about 10% larger than the others. IMO, Coast products rank with the high-end lights at 1/2 (or less) the cost. Both of these are 2x AA, sturdy aluminum, have reversible clips and are compact.CONCLUSION: The Fenix LD22 is your light if you want to stick with top, cool brands. The Coast G32 is your light if you want (what I guess is) the same quality for half the price.4Excellent quality and value. I m a die hard Surefire guy and I was looking for a high quality flashlight that uses commonly found AA batteries. Having not found found one with Surefire, my buddy recommended looking at Fenix. This light has excellent construction, 300 lumens of light, feels great in the hand, and has a nice tactical tail-switch. And it uses AA batteries. Buy 2 and give one to a friend for Hanukkah 5A perfect tactical light?I love this light so much, that I've bought a second one. I have the prior version (which I'll compare here), and after destroying it, I had to replace it with the same light.These things are super durable. How do you destroy one? For me, it literally took battery acid. I had my light in a box where a couple D batteries exploded and I found my light half eaten (along with other things in the box) from sitting in battery acid for who knows how long.As a note, I was able to save the ends of the original light (the bottom button cap and the entire top light cap) and these fit perfectly on this newer version in case you want to know.Three differences between the old and new model:1. New model has a silver rim around the very top. The original was black and had a more rugged look. I kinda like the original look, the shiny silver makes me want to baby my light and not scratch it.2. New model has a silver side button. The original was Grey rubber. I find the rubber switch easier to find with your finger without looking. Also, this silver button looks pretty... again, makes me want to be OCD and not scratch it.3. The brightest setting is brighter on the 2015 model.These things aside, this is still an awesome light. It is just big enough to. Feel sturdy, but it's not "big". Easily fits in a pocket or your hand. Battery life is awesome. I cycle through the brightness settings all the time. Have taken it running at night or hiking many many times. Have dropped it many many times without harm. It is reliable and light. For the price, you get a very nice product well worth the $50 bucks.If you need it, here is the online manual: [...]5great bright flashlight.The Fenix flashlights LD22 is the smallest brightest flashlight I have ever used. I ordered this for my husband to use at work since he is required to have one for his job. He often has to check equipment out at night and the different settings that comes with this Felix flashlight is amazing. If only my headlights on my car could shine this bright. I love that low setting is still bright and does not wear the battery's down. If you the Fenix flashlight on the brightest setting all the time the battery does wear down quickly. This flashlight is roughly the size of a Sharpie marker and is nice and light to keep in a pocket. It is convenient that the flashlight takes alkaline batteries or I can choose to use my own rechargeable batteries. The Fenix flashlight is made of durable metal that is light. The on-off is easy to use and it is easy to change from the lowest to the brightest settings with the click of a button.5All things considered........The virtues: small and light; quite bright; durable aircraft aluminum with tail cap switch (definitely preferable to a side switch) glass lens (stay away from acrylic or polycarbonate lenses); and battery type, uses two AA batteries, preferable for many reasons to expensive short lived lithium ion cells. the downside: expensive, poor battery life; and non focusing lens which when combined with its small diameter and high lumens output makes for a harsh difficult to delineate visual experience. It is difficult to switch from the tactical to the more conventional mode which is not of real importance to me. Having said all this, this light remains one of the best I've found. All small high output LED lights are a series of compromises ( I have a ton of experience with different brands of lights of varying brightness levels and sizes) and this remains one of my favorites.4
Fenix LD22 G2 2015 Edt 300 Lumens LED Flashlight

Fenix LD22 G2 2015 Edt 300 Lumens LED Flashlight

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€118,00
Sale price
€118,00
Regular price
€194,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€76,00)