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    Designed for True Hands-Free Operation: NEW Multifunctional Fenix WT20R LED Flashlight

    Hang it, clip it, or hold it--that's what you will be able to do with the versatile Fenix WT20R LED Flashlight. The 400-lumen WT20R a rechargeable flashlight that includes a 2000 mAh Li-polymer battery pack, but can also be powered by 2 AA batteries. Probably the MAIN FEATURE of the WT20R is the 105-degree angle head. So now you have the ability to illuminate the exact area you need to "shed light on."


    So whether you want a general utility light or something for industrial or camping applications, this all-around little torch is worthy of your attention.




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    Default Re: Designed for Hands-Free Operation: NEW Multifunctional Fenix WT20R LED Flashlight

    I'll probably have to get one. I am a sucker for angle lights.
    I choose to carry a flashlight because I am often kept in the dark.

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    Default Re: Designed for Hands-Free Operation: NEW Multifunctional Fenix WT20R LED Flashlight

    Here is a light that has been missing from the market! Task light designs are some of my favorites. I do wish it went lower than 50 lumens though. Most task lights are in the 2-20 lumen range.

    The information doesn't say what the body material is. What is it made of?

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    Default Re: Designed for Hands-Free Operation: NEW Multifunctional Fenix WT20R LED Flashlight

    When the light turns on, is the default spot or flood?
    I choose to carry a flashlight because I am often kept in the dark.

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    Default Re: Designed for Hands-Free Operation: NEW Multifunctional Fenix WT20R LED Flashlight

    The light memorizes the last selected output and mode. When turned on again, the previously used output and mode will be recalled.

    Quote Originally Posted by ironhorse View Post
    When the light turns on, is the default spot or flood?

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    Default Re: Designed for Hands-Free Operation: NEW Multifunctional Fenix WT20R LED Flashlight

    Is this neutral white or cool white? I didnít see any mention of CCT, thanks.

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    Default Re: Designed for Hands-Free Operation: NEW Multifunctional Fenix WT20R LED Flashlight

    the head needs to swivel _horizontally_ a bit. If I wear in on my belt, my belt-buckle is at 12 o-clock so the light will be at 1 or 2 o-clock. I need to swivel the head horizontally to make it point straight ahead of me.

    Make the magnet removable.

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    Default Re: Designed for Hands-Free Operation: NEW Multifunctional Fenix WT20R LED Flashlight

    The light has PC for its light body and metal for its head

    Quote Originally Posted by parametrek View Post
    Here is a light that has been missing from the market! Task light designs are some of my favorites. I do wish it went lower than 50 lumens though. Most task lights are in the 2-20 lumen range.

    The information doesn't say what the body material is. What is it made of?

    It has been added to the database.

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    Default Re: Designed for Hands-Free Operation: NEW Multifunctional Fenix WT20R LED Flashlight

    It's cool white. When Fenix has a neutral white light, they put that in the specs. Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Tone View Post
    Is this neutral white or cool white? I didnít see any mention of CCT, thanks.

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    Default Re: Designed for Hands-Free Operation: NEW Multifunctional Fenix WT20R LED Flashlight

    Thanks

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    Default Re: Designed for Hands-Free Operation: NEW Multifunctional Fenix WT20R LED Flashlight

    Can anybody think of a reason why 2 x 14500 batteries should not be used in this light? I think it would make more sense for me to carry these as back-up rather than AA batteries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cloggy View Post
    Can anybody think of a reason why 2 x 14500 batteries should not be used in this light? I think it would make more sense for me to carry these as back-up rather than AA batteries.
    Well if the light is designed for 2aa batteries and the rechargeable pack is that same 2aa Primary Battery voltage then 2-14500 could deliver more than twice the rated voltage to the light if they are in series inside the light.

    The pack might also be a 3volt pack but just with much higher current output than Primaries in which case the 14500 load might be way too high?

    We just do not have enough info to know really.

    I can not determine easily what the voltage of the pack is that ships with the light but until you can I would not risk that it would survive that much excess voltage?

    Make Sense?

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    Default Re: Designed for Hands-Free Operation: NEW Multifunctional Fenix WT20R LED Flashlight

    Thanks for your reply AVService.
    The supplied battery is a Li-Polymer 3.7 volt 2000mAh 7.4 Wh pack. I guess therefore that two 14500 batteries in series would far exceed anything the light can handle and so I could use just one 14500 battery as back-up? The battery pack has a + and -, both at one end so I originally assumed that it would be a normal pack connected in series not parallel. Oh well AA's it is then.

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