Fenix LD10 R5 LED Flashlight The Fenix LD10 is a multi-purpose flashlight with 4 brightness levels that allow you to choose between maximizing your. Cette lampe peut produire lumens en mode turbo. Son autonomie exceptionnelle allant jusqu’à 34 heures (puissance 9 lumens) ravira professionnels et. Brand: Fenix Model: LD10 Lamp Beads: Cree R5 Beads Number: 1. Lumens Range: Lumens Luminous Flux: LM Feature: Lightweight,Stainless Steel.

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WOW brightest single AA light!! Lo and Med are the same as Hi at first. If I remember when the L1D rb was for sale, the difference in output from high to turbo was 80 to 90 [emitter lumens] So, presumably the L1D rb should be lr10 and Thanks Selfbuilt for this great moment!

It’s still a great light if you plan to us rechargable. Originally Posted by Stereodude.

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Fennix that the reflectors are NOT user-swappable. Originally Posted by MichaelW. Identification labels are clear, although not as bright as the previous versions. Rebel and XR-E seem at odds. In this case, the 2xAA version of this light seems to be optimized for runtime — as expected, at all levels the LDR4 beats out the competition for runtime.

And now for the white wall hunting. How about low mode of LD10 on a zinc-chloride cell, medium mode of LD20 with 2 x zinc-chloride, low mode of LD20 on 2 x zinc-carbon You are a gentleman, and a flashlight fenux. I was wondering if Fenix is changing things up?


Image resizer by SevenSkins. Lo or Turbo, depending on the bezel state. Great timing for the review! Included inside the thin cardboard box with molded plastic insert is the light along with a manual, warranty card, titanium-coated clip, spare o-rings, extra black tailcap boot cover, wrist lanyard, and belt pouch with closing flap.

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There is no long-term mode memory. All standard Fenix lights use a similar mechanism — tighten the head for Turbo modes, loosen the head slightly for the General modes. You can directly compare all my relative output values from different reviews – i. Note that the LDR4 still lacks defined initial output levels on I and the other owner agree with you – there’s really no perceptible difference between High And Turbo. Very nice review Eric. This is only noticeable at a distance — and only if you are looking for it.

Ok, this is where things start to get interesting. It has a sturdy feeling to it giving the impression of durability and a quality build. If you are looking for a true moonlight mode, you will need to look elsewhere.

Fenix LD10 R5 Tactical LED Flashlight with CREE XP-G R5 LED 100 Lumens – 1 x AA

Time for a Since the lights use the same head and come in effectively the same packaging, I will focus on the LD20 for most of the product shots below the LD10 looks the same, just shorter! I am surprised at how, non perfectly flat, the turbo output is when using Eneloops.

Doesn’t really seem worth it, if the LD10 on turbo is nipping at the heels of LD20 on turbo. One thing that really stands out for me is the greatly increased output of the LDR4 on Turbo on standard batteries i.


But of course, 1x is a problem here — as with all earlier versions, the LD10 lacks all defined lower output modes Lo-Med-Hi on 3. Long live the Fenix circuits! As for the battery quirk of loosing Lo-Med initially on 2xL91, this is part of the flip-side to excellent performance i. Fit and finish are very good on my samples, with no flaws in the matte black type-III hard anodizing. Ok, the cheapo primary cells do a little better here than on the higher-drain Med mode.

As the runtimes clearly indicate, lower output levels appear to be current-controlled. Selfbuilt’s New Year’s Sale Gratefully accepting donations to my battery fund.

While this is a nice feature in-and-of itself, it means the new versions are no longer backward-compatible with the parts from earlier generations. Yeah, I guess Fenix didn’t get a chance to optimize for the Rebel. It is mild on my two samples, but you may want to consider the OP reflector versions, just in this case. I’m just a little disappointed that it can’t support lithium primaries.

The light instead runs max output direct-drive at all levels, and only enters regulation when the battery is almost exhausted.

Otherwise, not much has changed from previous versions.