Fenix Flashlight Fan Favorites

Forget Foney, Fenix Flashlight Fans

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When you run an Amazon affiliate blog, you get reports on what readers are buying.  No names, of course, but you see the products.

Every once in awhile, a reader of BlogsNewsReviews buys an item about which I know nothing.  Sometimes it’s a product with lots of favorable reviews.

I’m a fan of Amazon for one main reason:  the customer reviews.  

With few exceptions, people taking the time to leave a product review on Amazon know what’s good and what’s not so good.  Trying to sell a piece of junk?  Amazon is not the place to do it.

So when I check out the flashlight a reader just purchased, I notice something.  People love this little Fenix!  Lots of reviews and most are a “full 5.”  Five Amazon stars is as good as it gets.

I also notice that this tiny flashlight is not cheap.  It always intrigues me when people are willing to pay more.  I wonder why that is?

Flashlight features fifty+ fans

So I thought I should bring to your attention this little, as the Brits call it, “torch,”  which makes a tad more sense than “flashlight” when you think about it.  

Anyone who camps out or simply prefers light over pitch darkness and running into trees or other hard objects may thoroughly enjoy a reliable flashlight.

The Fenix EO5 R2 is tiny (2.5 inches), barely bigger that the AAA battery that powers it.

Fenix E05 R2 Flashlight

Fenix E05 R2 Product Features:

* LED: Cree XP-E R2 w/ 3 hr runtime

* Battery: One AAA (Alkaline, Ni-MH)

* Max Bright: 27 lumens

* Size: 2.5″ (Length)

* Distance: 80 ft

* Waterproof: IPX-8 Standard

* Mini lens design

* Bright and gentle flood light

* Revolving switch, operated by one hand conveniently

Further Fenix Flashlight Fan Faves:

Here’s another Fenix.

The E21 is a bigger flashlight: 6.5 inches.

                               

Fenix E21 Product Features

  • LED outputs 150 lumens (2.15 hrs runtime) on high and 48 lumens (11 hrs runtime) on low are selected by simple twist of the lights head
  • Beam provides balanced spot to spill light reaching over 439 ft on high
  • Tactical push button tail cap switch provides momentary operation when pushed half way
  • Body Size: 6.5″ (Length) x 1″ (Diameter); 3 ounces; Waterproof to IPX-8 Standard
  • Powered by 2 AA batteries; easy to find and affordable (Not Included)

Does your flashlight have a “tactical push button”?  Didn’t think so.

Yeah, there are cheaper flashlights.

When you’re totally done screwing around with darkness . . .

Flashlight fans favor Fenix.

P.S. FLASH! Flashlight Find!  

If you are a regular reader of Blogs News Reviews, you know I pay attention to customer orders and here’s another brand of flashlight with excellent reviews and good value.

Product Features

  • Runs on one AA battery
  • Rear clicky switch
  • Aluminum body
  • Bright LED output can go above 130 lumens
  • Compact waterproof (in rain, not underwater) and shockproof design 

Cons:

  • Beam focus is not adjustable
  • Will not tail stand

Reported uninterrupted light for about 45 to 120 minutes on one (rechargeable) AA battery.

Click here to check rave reviews and/or purchase.

 

Author: AstroGremlin

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3 thoughts on “Fenix Flashlight Fan Favorites”

  1. I have a high-tech flashlight too, but I think mine is quite dangerous as it has laser pointer in it and my son “stole” it somehow and started to point with it. I still have no idea how he knew how to use it :). I must be more careful. And, no, I have no tactical push button on mine :).
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