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    Default Light Review: Fenix PD 32 V2.0

    The Fenix PD32 V2.0 is quite different from its predecessor, with a new soft-action two-stage tail switch instead of the earlier model's tail and side switch configuration. With this new layout also comes a significant boost in output and a slimmer profile. In this review of the Fenix PD32 V2.0 I've tested actual output, runtime and other technical measurements along with detailed examination of the design in video and photos.



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    Default Re: Light Review: Fenix PD 32 V2.0

    Silly me got the video BB code wrong! Should be the right video now.
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    Default Re: Light Review: Fenix PD 32 V2.0

    Thanks for the review, much appreciated.

    So basically the UI works like on TK09 but with the addition of memory for the last used mode.
    Or does it default back to Turbo after being switched off?

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    Default Re: Light Review: Fenix PD 32 V2.0

    Quote Originally Posted by Labrador72 View Post
    Thanks for the review, much appreciated.

    So basically the UI works like on TK09 but with the addition of memory for the last used mode.
    Or does it default back to Turbo after being switched off?
    It memorises the last used mode. You can set it to low and (assuming you don't accidentally change it) keep it there.
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    Default Re: Light Review: Fenix PD 32 V2.0

    Thanks Subwoofer!

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