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    Arrow **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)



    9 Lumen 130h
    40 Lumen 27h
    140 Lumen 7h15m
    400 Lumen 2h40m
    max. 740 Lumen 1h
    400 Lumen Strobe
    140 Lumen SOS
    6000cd, max. 155m



    more pics
    tinyurl.com/pd32ue
    Last edited by gopajti; 11-09-2012 at 02:33 PM.

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    I want. Know when/where I can get one?

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    Dang! And I just bought a PD32 R5 10 days ago. . . . .

    I like how they are being honest and up front about the 740 lumen being a "burst mode".

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    Default **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    Nice.


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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    damn thats awesome!
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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    And I actually decided to stop buying flashlights, then this come up!
    A light of this size will be pretty warm with 400lm, and at 740lm it should be HOT after only a minute or so.
    But still, it seems to be an impressive new light, and Neutral white is even better!
    Last edited by Swedpat; 11-09-2012 at 03:52 PM.

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    Nice but should also come with CW.
    Now you have a lot of lumens but further it's a E35.

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    Still no low mode. Fenix needs to get their stuff together. 9 lumes isnt low

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    Nice!

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    I wonder how long that burst mode will last, 1 or 2 minutes?

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXBILL View Post
    I wonder how long that burst mode will last, 1 or 2 minutes?
    I'm interested to know that too.
    I'm liking this one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZRXBILL View Post
    I wonder how long that burst mode will last, 1 or 2 minutes?
    1 hour according to the specs, or, I don't know, does "burst" mean limited run continiously?
    Last edited by Swedpat; 11-09-2012 at 05:08 PM.

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    It says "over-heat protection" which could be a thermal step-down or a timed one.
    It's over 1 centimeter longer than the previous PD32 though. The dual spring is a nice feature though.

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    Quote Originally Posted by Swedpat View Post
    And I actually decided to stop buying flashlights, then this come up!
    A light of this size will be pretty warm with 400lm, and at 740lm it should be HOT after only a minute or so.
    But still, it seems to be an impressive new light, and Neutral white is even better!

    prob not to hot I have the eagletac d25lc2 puts out 660otf and I run it for awhile and it doesnt get to hot
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    dammit! That's three I gotta buy

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    Good thing I didnt pull the trigger yet on the old PD32! I wanna get one of these too! I hope there's an XPG2 version down the road so we can see better throw on this EDC baby! (and maybe SS on the bezel and tail?)

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    Lets get a U3 XML in there and get er up over the 800 lumen mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by weez82 View Post
    Still no low mode. Fenix needs to get their stuff together. 9 lumes isnt low
    Agreed. 3 would be closer.

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    still the same clunky side button UI but now instead of blinding yourself when you wake up in the middle of the night with 300 something lumens you'll do it with 740 lumens. that'll ensure temporary vision loss

    LOL

    i used to have the PD31 with 2-lumen LOW mode. PD32 got rid of it and it was 6 lumens instead. now PD32ue is 9 lumens

    crazy

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    Default **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    Can't wait for this to become available! Impressive output for its size! This might just replace the xt2c as my edc...

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    Quote Originally Posted by weez82 View Post
    Still no low mode. Fenix needs to get their stuff together. 9 lumes isnt low
    Meh.. low enough for me. Maybe a 4 lumen mode and then another 15 mode as well would be ideal, but we can't have it all Usually 10 or so is low enough and yet bright enough for everything. I understand you meaning it's too bright, but rarely do I need to use lower than 10. If you do just cover the lens a bit with your hand.

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    Default **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    I think they've used the word burst instead of turbo like they normally do. Looks like a nice all rounder


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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    I own the previous PD31 and would like to upgrade to this. Does anyone know when this model will be available? I cannot find anything on the internet or the Fenix site ... Only one mention on the originating Russian site.

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    I'd love to see the PD31 updated too. By the looks of it, only the PD32 will get an XM-L but who knows what Fenix is planning at this stage...

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    Quote Originally Posted by Jalbasson View Post
    I own the previous PD31 and would like to upgrade to this. Does anyone know when this model will be available? I cannot find anything on the internet or the Fenix site ... Only one mention on the originating Russian site.
    Not even on the Fenix site yet. Will probably be available in a couple weeks maybe?

    This makes me REALLY want to get into 18650 lights. I love that it's a neutral T6 led too. Keep going that way Fenix

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    Looks promising. I wonder if Fenix will also offer it in a cool white flavor...
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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    One very important question needs to be asked of any EDC light. Does it tailstand?
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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    Judging form the pictures the tailcap is the same one as on the PD32 so I'm afraid it won't be able to tailstand.
    Last edited by Labrador72; 11-11-2012 at 03:35 PM.

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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    I have PD31, and also the older PD30 - both with R5 emitters. I really like the nice balance of flood/throw with the R5. I also have a few XM-L lights, and they are much floodier, sacrificing a lot of throw for the extra lumens. So, I'm not really sold on the XM-L emitters yet.
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    Default Re: **NEW** Fenix PD32 Ultimate Edition (XM-L T6 NW, 740 lumen)

    Quote Originally Posted by Chevy-SS View Post
    I have PD31, and also the older PD30 - both with R5 emitters. I really like the nice balance of flood/throw with the R5. I also have a few XM-L lights, and they are much floodier, sacrificing a lot of throw for the extra lumens. So, I'm not really sold on the XM-L emitters yet.
    yeah... not for smaller lights. Although I could see this one being a great walk-at-night "defense" kind of light. Imagine the proverbial dude in the bushes jumping out and literally shining 750 lumens in his eyes from 2-5 feet at night. Definitely blinded for a few seconds lol.

    I wanna see how much this sucker costs. I also feel like this light would benefit from the original LD20 interface as well... Head tightened and you always know it will be in turbo. I guess that would make it weird though with the thermal/timed step down.

    Hmm... want to see a review on it. Hopefully it isn't SUPER limited edition. I also am still waiting on some of you crazier flashaholics to put out some reviews on the E50, TK22, and a few more lol

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