I like Fenix lights. Have sold a few the last months, but overall I like them. But it seems Fenix has no more new design ideas. Just put a new led in a existing light, and whoop, we have a new light.
Sure, ones you've a good design, there is no need to change, but can't imagine this is IT.
x10 to both of these. Looks to me like it's very close to a PD35Yawn nothing much new just more power,getting really boring the Fenix Brand.
Overall design and appearance could be one. Look at PK designed lights, yes they are flashlights but they have some really neat looking designs. Olight it hit big with the S1 and all of the variations available and they really made a hit with the M3XS-UT and M2XUT. Fenix seems to have gotten stuck in the typical all black, dual switch, no moonlight mode, and no neutral tint rut. I really like my Fenixs but they don't really change much anymore. I would really like to see them take the E20 and add a neutral option, I would be all over it.It seems like a flashlight would be a pretty difficult thing to innovate. You used to have on/off, now you have on/off/mode - LEDs and batteries, which are developed by others, seem to be the only area that's open to "innovation." (Search and rescue might be an exception, but I'm not looking for anything brighter than a PD35).
It seems like this is the time of year when a new catalog should be coming out, new models announced at Shot Show, etc.
It looks like a PD35 TAC but 7.5mm shorter and a little less powerful. I'd be more interested in a smaller model in the PD line that used a 18350 battery for 900 lumens.
I saw this in the brochure:........ I like the PD32, only thing that seems to be missing is a voltage report? Or did I miss that
My first 18650 light too, only it was the PD32, XP-G, (315 lumens) right after they were first released. I have always liked it because of its size. The only other light that I had that was smaller for 18650, was the ET D25LC2 twisty............but it had no tail cap switch which I'm very fond of. I have since modded my PD32 to an XP-G2.The first 18650 light I got was the Pd32 G2 with 340 lumens.........