Fenix PD35 or Nitecore P12 or Klarus ST11/ST2C?

Viperbart

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I wouldn't worry too much about QC issues on forums. Selfbuilt's assessments of quality are probably a much better indication than random people complaining about their misshandled or defective lights.
You have to ask yourself sometimes... Do I really need a military spec drop rating?
 

EldoEsq

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Have had the Fenix and the Nitecore...the Nitecore P12 is what I now carry on my duty rig. The throw on the light is very good, and it is also floody enough to search rooms and closets. Build quality is great, and I trust my life with it every tour!
 

nickdizonc

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Thrunite TN12 2014 version. 45bucks shipped and blows the doors off any of the lights you listed. 1050 lumen max output with no step down. AND it has a TRUE moonlight mode. Look No further.
 

Seattle Sparky

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Thrunite TN12 2014 version. 45bucks shipped and blows the doors off any of the lights you listed. 1050 lumen max output with no step down. AND it has a TRUE moonlight mode. Look No further.
Just looking at the pictures it seems the built quality is a little inferior to Pd35. It's my subjective opinion.
 

Nightflash

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Thrunite TN12 2014, another vote for this, unbeatable for the price and a lot of value in return, sleek and not too big, very good true moonlight mode and different brightnesses when You need them. Very easily pocketable and good tailstanding. Newest one I´ve got and using it a lot since - memory mode so it comes on in moonlight if You switch it off like that.
 

InspectHerGadget

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I just ordered the TN12. It is excellent value, half the price of the SC600. It is bigger but then it will sustain 800 Lumens + for half an hour, something the SC600 won't do. Bigger heatsink more appropriate to the output of the torch.
 

Seattle Sparky

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How about p35vn 1400 lumen with a throw similar to str7 that has a much larger reflector?
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Seattle Sparky

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turbo modes, you can tell pd35 is neutral and is a lot warmer. Sorry about a bathroom shot, the only place I could find a dark spot at the time.
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NoSide

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I am actually deciding between p12 n pd35 as well..
Is the fenix built better (quality) in any way.
why would anyone choose the pd35 when the p12 has so much more to offer
 
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