Fenix, in addition to the HL55 LED headlamp, has announced the release of a new powerful outdoor flashlight with two independent LEDs. The body of the new flashlight is traditionally made of aluminum alloy with black anodized coating, the LEDs are protected by durable glass with anti-reflective coating. The LD50 is designed to withstand a one meter drop onto a hard surface and submersion in water up to a depth of 2 meters (IPX8).


The Fenix ​​LD50 model has two Cree XM-L2 (U2) LEDs, each of which has a service life of at least 50,000 hours, a total output of 1800 lumens and a maximum glow range of up to 270 meters. In total, there are six different operating modes: Eco (25 lumens, 150 hours), Low (140 lumens, 25 hours), Mid (350 lumens, 10 hours), High (750 lumens, 4 hours), Turbo (1800 lumens, 1 hour 35 minutes) and Strobe (1800 lumens). The modes are controlled by a special button at the top of the flashlight, which is also an indicator of the charge level.


The full operation of the product is provided by two lithium-ion batteries of the 18650 type or four CR123A batteries. The functionality of the device allows you to work with only one installed battery, while only one LED will be activated. The manufacturer claims that there is protection against possible overheating, as well as a «smart» electronic system for uniform voltage distribution.


The total weight of the new Fenix ​​LD50 flashlight, without batteries, is within 220 grams. The maximum length of the device does not exceed 138 mm, width — 53 mm, and height 27 mm. A metal clip is provided for attaching to clothes and equipment. The flashlight has already begun to appear in some stores of official dealers of the company, the recommended retail price of the novelty is $140.>

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