Fenix Lighting UC35 960 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight
Fenix Lighting UC35 960 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight
Fenix Lighting UC35 960 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight
Fenix Lighting UC35 960 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight
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Fenix Lighting UC35 960 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight

SKU #: Fenix-UC35
MSRP: $120.00
$89.95
Description
This high power flashlight packs a punch with an impressive 960-lumen turbo output that throws a beam 200 meters (656 feet). The UC35 aircraft grade aluminum body comes with a dual control system for simple operation and a USB rechargeable hub to keep the 3200 mAH battery easily charged for when you need it.

Features:

  • Cree XM-L2 (U2) LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
  • Uses one 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery or two 3V CR123ALithium batteries
  • Micro-USB charging for the 18650 rechargeable battery
  • Tactical tail switch with momentary-on function
  • Side switch on the head for output selection
  • Digitally regulated output maintains constant brightness
  • Low-voltage warning function to remind you to replace the battery
  • Reverse polarity protection guards against improper battery installation
  • Over-heat protection to avoid high-temperature of the surface
  • Anti-roll, slip-resistant body design
  • Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
  • Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating

  • Size:

  • Length: 5.9″ (150mm)
  • Width: 1″ (25.4mm)
  • Weight: 3.5 oz. (126g) weight excluding battery

  • Batteries:

  • One 3200 mAH 18650, or two CR123A (non-rechargeable)

  • Included:

  • One 18650 battery
  • Reviews
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    100% Recommend this product (2 of 2 responses)
    By jr
    California
    June 10, 2016
    awesome
    Awesome flashlight!!! Love that it's rechargeable.
    ProsBright Rechargeable Fits in my pocket
    ConsNone yet
    By Randy
    Joplin, Missouri
    October 18, 2015
    Bright and doesn't "eat" battery power
    I had recently bought one of the LAPG "L2" lights, and found that it really went through batteries fast. I ordered the Fenix UC35 with rechargeable battery. As soon as I got it, I plugged it in to fully charge the battery. The red light was on for about 2 hours, then I saw I had a green light. I used it extensively that first night, trying out the "high" setting, finding it fully lit areas approx. 80 yards away. The "low" setting is good for close illumination, but I found the second setting up from that is best for all around use.....The next morning I thought I should put it on the charger again and was surprised to find I was still getting a green light!
    ProsVery bright at highest setting, but so far has not shown to be a "battery gulper."
    ConsNone found yet.
    Q&A
    4 Questions & 4 Answers
    Archangel242
    from ATL asked:
    August 1, 2017
    Is this light water resistant without the cover over the USB port?
    1 Answers
    No this flashlight does not have a water-resistance rating.
    Customer Service
    on August 1, 2017

    Peter
    from Muskego, Wisconsin asked:
    May 21, 2016
    Would you confirm that this light "does NOT" have a strobe function?
    1 Answers
    This light has 6 modes, with the impressive max 960 lumens and strobe.
    Customer Service
    on May 23, 2016

    Nic
    from Denver, CO asked:
    May 18, 2015
    Do you sell a duty holster for this light? Needs to be plane black leather or klydex also needs to fit on a 2.25 inch duty belt, thanks in advance!
    1 Answers
    Fenix does not make one specific to this light however any 1" diameter holder will work as long as it can stretch up to 5.9. You might want to try Bianchi elite holders.
    Customer Service
    on May 18, 2015

    gsbits
    from idaho asked:
    November 11, 2014
    how much does Fenix UC35 flashlight weigh?
    1 Answers
    This light weighs 3.49oz/99-gram weight (excluding the battery)
    Customer Service
    on November 11, 2014

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