Fenix E35 Review (1x 18650 or 2x CR123)

gkbain

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Got the E35 to try for general use. Good light for general purpose. I didn't like the side switch. Prefer the forward click. Wound up gifting it.
 
Gotchrist

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I like this light. I've handled it at a local dealer. Might pick one up if I can find it at a good price.
 
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Hello. is it possible to access the head on this light ?
 
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Hello. is it possible to access the head on this light ?

There is nothing obvious that would not be destructive, so I would have to say no. With a specialist tool, the driver board might unscrew, but with normal tools it looks unlikely.
 
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There is nothing obvious that would not be destructive, so I would have to say no. With a specialist tool, the driver board might unscrew, but with normal tools it looks unlikely.

ok thanks
shame .
 
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ok thanks
shame .

I had a closer look last night and it does look like the front would unscrew, but it has been thread-locked in place. I won't be doing it, but careful application of heat and a couple of strap wrenches might get this open.
 
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I had a closer look last night and it does look like the front would unscrew, but it has been thread-locked in place. I won't be doing it, but careful application of heat and a couple of strap wrenches might get this open.

gotcha, i know what you mean i have done the same on my nitecore IFE1 - that was well stuck !

there is no mention of strobe does it have it ?
 

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