Fenix recently expanded its LD series with a new small LED flashlight, the LD02. The new flashlight is made in a durable sealed aluminum alloy housing, the waterproof housing meets the maximum moisture protection standard IPX-8. The total length of the case is only 76 mm, and the maximum diameter is no more than 15 mm. Completely black aluminum body complemented by a metal clip. The total weight of the product does not exceed 16 grams.
Inside the flashlight there is a bright Cree XP-E2 LED with a resource of about 50,000 hours of operation and a maximum output of 100 lumens. The LD02 has three operating modes (High, Mid, Low), switching between modes is carried out by pressing the rubber button on the end. In the maximum High mode, the flashlight produces no more than 100 lumens for 30-45 minutes, depending on the choice of battery, in the Mid mode the power is only 25 lumens, and the work is extended to 4 hours and 15 minutes, the Low mode extends the work to 14-15 hours with a maximum output of 8 lumens. The flashlight is powered by only one AAA battery.
The new Fenix LD02 LED pocket flashlight should be on sale in the next week, the estimated cost of the novelty is $30.>