Fenix 2014 catalog - new products

kj2

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Fenix has posted their 2014 catalog on their website. Which can be found at the 'about us' section. Includes new lights like the UC45, UC50, BTR20, BC30 bikelight and more.
Also some name changes. E11 is now E12 and the new TK12's new name is TK09.

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Thanks for the heads up was checking the mails at 7.05 am my time so will have a read when i come home after work.
 

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Thank´s for the info, Kj2!:)

Those two new bikelights looks interesting. It seems like they don´t have separate batterypacks, which i think is good. It looks like the batteries are inserted directly to the light, at least on the BC20.
 

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Most new flashlights are in the E and RC/UC series: nothing we hadn't heard about in the LD, PD, and TK series. The new TK12 has been renamed TK09 and I think that's a good choice as it was causing confusion with the original TK12 model.
Other than that, the LD10, LD20, and TK11 seem to have been discontinued. The TK15 has survived though is still fitted with an XP-G S2.
 

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I can't see the catalogue for some reason.... I see the one for 2013, but not 2014. Is it maybe only available to registered users?
 

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Hi kj2. I don't see it either. Am I going to the right url (fenix-store.com).
 

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Nope! Fenix store is a... store website not the company website. You need to go to the Fenix company website linked above!
 

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And I really like that E35 Ultimate Edition :D

Less spot intensity with the xm-l2, but 4x the overall lumen output. And longer.

I think I'd rather have one of the last of the old e35's, with the xp-e2 (supposedly).
 

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Many thanks. I see it is below the logo in the centre of the page, not the logo at top-right. Will download it another day as their server seems overloaded.
 

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Less spot intensity with the xm-l2, but 4x the overall lumen output. And longer.

I think I'd rather have one of the last of the old e35's, with the xp-e2 (supposedly).
I have two E35s with the XP-E2. They are great lights.

I like the specs on the new E35 Ultimate Edition, though I wish they could've kept the length closer to the 116.5mm of the original E35. One of the things I like about the E35 is its smaller size (for a 18650 lighty). It will be harder to carry the new 130mm Ultimate Edition in my cargo pants pocket.

I'll still end up buying the new E35, of course. It will work alongside my older E35 instead of replacing it.
 

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I see the MC11 has now got a 115Lm turbo mode. I'm glad to see that this unique torch is still being developed, but not sure about turbo in a 'utility' light.

Edit: spec error, correct is 155 lumens
 
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Like the look of those. The BC30 appears quite similar to the Lupine Piko, but lets you change the cells. Good call by Fenix.
 
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