*new* Fenix LD09

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*new* Fenix LD09

Fenix has released a AA version of the LD02. LD09 flashlight,use Cree XP-E2 (R3) LED,powered by one AA battery,max 130 lumens ,three brightness levels plus SOS function, multi-fuction tail switch,weights 33 grams(excluding the battery).


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It looks okay.

But the pics are really oversized for on this forum layout.

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Any other info on it? Does it start on low or high?

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Cereal_killer wrote:
Any other info on it? Does it start on low or high?

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I like Fenix lights and I have several.  But why doesn't Fenix produce some lithium compatible smaller lights like this LD09?

For example, I have a Klarus P1A XPG R5 and with 14500 it cranks out @350-400 lumens.  Now granted, it doesn't have but 2 modes and no blinkys....but what a frickn power house compared to the fenix ld09.

I paid $21 and change for the Klarus from Banggood.  As far as I'm concerned it beats the heck out of Fenix AA small lights.  As always, YMMV. Laughing

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Streamer wrote:

I like Fenix lights and I have several.  But why doesn’t Fenix produce some lithium compatible smaller lights like this LD09?

For example, I have a Klarus P1A and with 14500 it cranks out @350-400 lumens.  Now granted, it doesn’t have but 2 modes and no blinkys….but what a frickn power house compared to the fenix ld09.

I paid $21 and change for the Klarus.  As far as I’m concerned it beats the heck out of Fenix AA small lights.  As always, YMMVLaughing

couldn’t agree more. 130 lumens is anemic. this light is beautiful, but.

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for the AA battery flashlight,I think 130 lumens is enough