Fenix PD35 TAC , remains in pocket-size but in higher performance and focuses on employment. Measured at less than 14cm long, it features up to 1000-lumen output and throwing distance to 200 meters. In Outdoor Mode, it delivers 6 output modes. However, Mode strengthens PD35 TAC with simplified and fast operation. From outdoor use to law enforcement, you can resort to it.
Fenix PD35 Flashlight Features
Uses Cree XP-L (V5) LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
Powered by one 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery or two 3V CR123A Lithium batteries
137mm (5.4 in.) Length x 25.4mm (1.0 in.) Diameter
89-gram weight (3.1 oz.) excluding battery
tail switch, momentary-on function
Stainless steel side switch to select output mode under Outdoor mode
Side switch only capable of mode changing under Tactical mode
Digitally regulated output maintains constant brightness
Included in the package
1x Fenix PD35 Flashlight
Just received today. So far so good, feels good and very bright. Well made product.
First off, I love my PD32 lights. I have three of them and they run very well. Four brightness levels and long run times with 18650 protected rechargeable cells.<br />The PD35 is the next step up. 1000 lumens in turbo mode, five brightness levels from 10 all the way up to turbo and the powerful strobe mode. The strobe is bright and intense enough to distract/disorient your target and can be stopped with one brief push of hue he side button.<br />The light is about 3/4 of an inch longer than the PD32, still quite compact for the power of the light.<br />The LED is obviously larger and the reflector is also slightly larger in diameter. The battery and switch compartments appear to be nearly identical with the changes occurring in the control head and reflector area.<br />The included lanyard is the same as the one that ships with the PD32.<br />Overall side by side there is no appreciable weight difference and the slight extra length makes it more of a useable kubotan type item. With the great run times and ability to use 18650 batteries it's a real winner and step up.<br />Fenix cautions you to use protected cells in rechargeable to minimize potential problems. I always use protected cells anyway so I'm not worried. A great addition to the stable of lights.
I live in a rural area and when there is no moonlight it is dark out there. When I turned this flashlight on it literally provided more light in our pasture than a rack of 4 halogen lamps we had been using. When you turn it on you get a wide beam with also a center beam so it lights up a large area and puts intense light in the center of your aim. Perfect for our application.<br />On the high setting this thing gets hot after about 6-8 minutes of use so keep that in mind. <br />Update: I have had this just about a year now and if I could give it 6 stars I would. I use this every night and it is operating like the day it arrived