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    Default Light Review: Fenix E03R, E28R and E35 V3.0

    A set of three EDC type of lights from Fenix (see MyFenix in the UK). This is a review of the Fenix E03R, E28R and E35 v3.0 covering a range of power and capacity options. Of these, the E03R has been available for the longest, with the E28R being a recent release and the E35 updated to V3.0 and using the 21700 cell with huge 5000mAh capacity.



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    Default Re: Light Review: Fenix E03R, E28R and E35 V3.0

    Nice review, Sub. Your voice is reassuring, but slightly Hypnotically level. Not in a bad way.

    I've EDC'ed an E03R for about seven months now, on a neck chain (I.D. tag ballchain type) and I'm very happy with it.

    As you may know I am inclined towards lights with more than one type of led colour, and this fits the bill pretty well. It's just a shame that you cannot go straight from off to red, or even I would prefer a lower output of the red instead of the blinky one.

    Anyway, look forward to your future reviews and Happy New Year.

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    Default Re: Light Review: Fenix E03R, E28R and E35 V3.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Nyctophiliac View Post
    Nice review, Sub. Your voice is reassuring, but slightly Hypnotically level. Not in a bad way.

    I've EDC'ed an E03R for about seven months now, on a neck chain (I.D. tag ballchain type) and I'm very happy with it.

    As you may know I am inclined towards lights with more than one type of led colour, and this fits the bill pretty well. It's just a shame that you cannot go straight from off to red, or even I would prefer a lower output of the red instead of the blinky one.

    Anyway, look forward to your future reviews and Happy New Year.

    Thank you

    I am working on Fenix to do more low levels, and agree a lower red and straight onto red would be better for the E03R.

    Hopefully catch up soon.
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    I cant tell you how useful these reviews are. AS a guy new to flashlights, I dont know where to begin as these things help a lot.

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    Default Re: Light Review: Fenix E03R, E28R and E35 V3.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Stay Sharp View Post
    I cant tell you how useful these reviews are. AS a guy new to flashlights, I dont know where to begin as these things help a lot.
    Glad to hear that. I have always been an avid reader of reviews of all types, and always was before I started writing them.

    Feedback, questions and discussion are welcome.
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