*Impression Pictures* Fenix PD35

Alfred143

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Nice photos. It really shows the brightness of the 35 compared to the 32UE.

10:30 PM and still a little daylight!?! :eek:
 

Joeymt3

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Just got my PD35. I really like it. The wide beam is what I like about this light, it will be more useful. When I need throw I'll grab the RC15 which will outperform the pd35 in long range comparison. I recommend this light to anyone looking for a light in this size segment.

Joey
 

Obone

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I picked one up this week and found that my Surefire filters worked great on it. Red is great for getting to the deer stand. Nice light. Now my primary.
 

cruzzer

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I ordered mine yesterday, pick it up wed morning. Cant wait to get it. My current EDC is only 115lm coleman that is 5+ years old. Seams I should plan on the fenix charger and 18650's too I guess? Are there specific sure fire filters to get? The LL.Bean near me has surefire parts or did last time I was there.
 

TonyRumore

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I just received pair of PD35's and they seem a bit weak to me. I live out in the country so I need at least a 50 yard throw and more like 100 yards plus. The PD35 is like a fluorescent bulb out in the open. It washes out terribly at distance. The TK35 and TK22 are quite a bit better for my use.

Tony
 

Ryp

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I just received pair of PD35's and they seem a bit weak to me. I live out in the country so I need at least a 50 yard throw and more like 100 yards plus. The PD35 is like a fluorescent bulb out in the open. It washes out terribly at distance. The TK35 and TK22 are quite a bit better for my use.

Tony

Have a look at the NiteCore P12.
 

kestrel140

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I currently have 4 flashlights and use one everyday at work. I am a lifting equipment inspector and lighting is always an issue, so a reliable flashlight is a must. This is my inventory Nitecore Smilodon P25, Fenix tk22, Fenix pd35, and a Fenix LD12. I always pick the pd35 first, mostly because of size and after 50 feet you can't really inspect anything. I like the low mode for close up work and indoors the pd35 can be a little distracting on turbo off the ceiling.lol. The tk22 is also a great light but does not fit the leg pocket because of head size. The ld12 is my back-up in tool bag. The Smilodon is a fantastic light but if I dropped it off the skyjack at height, I would be too tempted to lunge for it. I have received many compliments from other guys and many jaws have dropped when they challenge my pd35 in a flash-off.
 
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