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Fenix LED Flashlight

PD35

PD35
Strobe Mode
960 Lumens
Ansi FL-1 Ratings Mode Output Runtime Distance Intensity Impact Resistance Waterproof
682ft 10800cd 1m IPX-8, underwater 2m
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Handheld lighting is redefined thanks to the compact, 960 lumen Fenix PD35 Flashlight.  Portable becomes powerful with this go everywhere, category-changing model in the bestselling PD Series from Fenix.

  • 960 lumen output from two CR123A batteries or one 18650 Li-ion battery
  • Six outputs including five brightness levels and strobe
  • Low voltage indicator
  • Aircraft-grade anodized aluminum body
  • Limited Lifetime Guarantee from Fenix Lighting U.S. 
Size: 5.5" (Length) x 1" (Diameter)
Weight: 3.0 ounce weight (excluding batteries)
Accessories: Holster, clip, lanyard and two spare O-rings
Model #: PD35XLBK


Reviews
Wang Chung
Tuesday, July 02, 2013 4:39 PM
This is seriously one of the BEST FLASHLIGHTS EVER MADE. The quality and craftsmanship is superb. Hands down, BEST TORCH AVAILABLE!! 10 STARS.
Jim
Thursday, July 04, 2013 3:55 PM
I got my PD35 yesterday. What a great and powerful light. This will be my primary duty light. I would highly recommend this light to anyone who works nights! It cuts through tinted windows! the only con I have is that the case that's included, needs to fit a 21/4 duty belt.
Pedro
Monday, July 15, 2013 12:54 AM
Killer flashlight defiently going to be my edc flashlight! Fenix has outdone themselves again very happy with my purchase very highly recommended from a returning fenix customer!!!
Pedro
Monday, July 15, 2013 12:59 AM
Extreamly happy with my purchase as returning fenix customer this flashlight is highly recommended , this flashlight will be my edc from now on
Hugh B. Long
Thursday, August 01, 2013 7:14 PM
I bought this light as a pie e of research for a novel. There are "operators" in the book and I wanted a bad ass flashlight, so I bought a few to compare. I want my guys carrying the PD35!

Great work guys!

www.hughblong.com
JSR
Thursday, August 01, 2013 10:49 PM
Simply extraordinary. If you need a bright well made flashlight this is it.
Jim
Sunday, August 04, 2013 5:15 PM
Simply extraordinary. The very large hot spot and side spill make this flashlight useful. A good range of modes. Very, very bright output using just CR123 batteries. Sold feel and good construction make this flashlight perfect for almost any task.
Don S.
Friday, September 06, 2013 12:17 PM
Fenix just keeps outdoing themselves.
I have many many tactical and EDC flashlghts, some just ok, other pretty damn good but this is like the HOLy GRAIL of hand held flashlghts or may be not cause Fenix just keeps making them better and better.
gary
Thursday, September 12, 2013 3:51 PM
wow, what a light!
Jon
Wednesday, September 25, 2013 12:32 PM
I agree with Jim.. great flashlight! It is my forth fenix light and is much brighter then my pd30, tk11 and tk21. But the case they give you lacks the d ring and wider belt loop... and what I liked with old cases on all my other fenix lights. Is the extra velcro strap to add to molly attachments on my other gear.
Other then splitting hairs on case design... its worth the money and size to lumen ratio is incredible. You won't be disappointed!
P.S. if case drives you nuts.. maxpedition makes nice flaslight cases.
Bush Haug
Friday, October 04, 2013 7:14 PM
This is the BADDEST weapon light in theWORLD!hogs and yotes are in TROUBLE now,have one on Ar and one on shotgun ,Thank for a GREAT LIGHT
Randy
Saturday, November 09, 2013 7:33 PM
I am a professional hunting guide so a serious flashlight is a must. This is the best flashlight I have ever used. I had mine for about 6 weeks and my hunting partner and I were on a blood trail of a wild boar when he noticed how well my light worked compared to his. A couple of days later he had one too.
The size and capability of this light are superb. www.nighthogs.com
Brandon
Sunday, November 24, 2013 3:41 PM
I just bought this light and a very nice set of rechargeable batteries for it. I compared it to the Streamlight Stinger which everyone in my shop has. The brightness is about the same but the field is about 10x bigger.
Jeff
Tuesday, December 17, 2013 12:10 AM
This torch is 2nd to NONE!!! Nothing out there on the market that can rival this in terms of quality, price and performance. Rugged and solid, 10 Stars!!!
Colby
Saturday, December 21, 2013 11:54 PM
Amazing quality and craftsmanship. Brightest flash light I've ever seen. I can't believe they sell this for as cheap as they do! Recommended for anyone and everyone, that won't blind themselves. ;)
Morthawt
Sunday, December 22, 2013 8:59 AM
A very nice light. Has better throw than the PD32 UE and more light. A good all purpose light. The only reason to not get one is if you need a light that is totally for use as a spotlight.
Onebgg
Thursday, January 02, 2014 2:32 PM
I already had three very good flashlights. My stepson is a cop and uses a flashlight on the job; I he gave me the Fenix PD35 for Christmas this year. I can't believe how great this flashlight is, it is the best I have ever seen and I have seen many. I am surprised, impressed, and extremely happy to own such a Great Product!
Jeff
Sunday, January 26, 2014 8:24 PM
Great light. Very high quality switches with long lasting 18650 battery. Burns all night for long winter coon hunting.
WolfClan49
Thursday, March 06, 2014 11:33 AM
No longer scared of the dark. This bad boy puts out some serious light. Really impressed. Highly recommnend if you want a small well constructed hand held that means business. Come on darkness, I got something for you.
Paul
Friday, May 16, 2014 2:43 PM
Brilliant piece of new technology! All lower brightness levels are useful. For example, the 10 lumen 'Eco' mode is bright enough to illuminate an area of close-up work without overwhelming one's eyes, nor those of someone else. (I use it when checking my dog's ears and such -- I've got plenty of illumination, and he'll be fine if the light hits his eyes directly.) Then walking him on my dark country street is handled by 'Low' and 'Medium.' A strange animal's sound is investigated in 'High' or 'Turbo' out to four or five hundred feet, and a quick flash of 'Strobe Mode' reminds the occasional inconsiderate driver that he needs to dim his brights for pedestrians too. All this utility is in a single, tiny package!
S. Arnett
Sunday, August 10, 2014 1:03 AM
I am a patrol deputy and the light I choose to carry is the PD35. Having a dependable light is essential in my world and Fenix lights will be the only brand I will ever put on my duty rig...
S. Arnett
Tuesday, September 02, 2014 2:16 AM
This is the flashlight i use every night on patrol...has yet to let me down, whether searching houses or doing traffic stops, I know my light will see through the dark tint on a car and light up an entire room in a house...large or small
Wolf359
Tuesday, October 21, 2014 9:44 PM
Great flashlight so good i bought a second one. Only minor issue is fitting Panasonic 18650 protected cell, due to the cells length it can take abit of jiggling to fit the battery so the light does not come on or switch on by it's self when knocked.
Phil
Saturday, November 08, 2014 5:08 PM
The PD35 is one serious flashlight. I bought the wife one...now we have 4 of them. Well made, compact and very bright.
LP Muscente
Saturday, January 17, 2015 4:53 PM
MThis is one of my favorite fenix lights. I have about 40 flashlights, many brands, but fenix lights are my favorite brand by far. They function and setup of button positions is great. I have 3 of the newest pd35, 960 lumen, 3 of the previous version pd35's. I have about 28 different models fenix lights and this is my everyday go to light especially for work. It great that fenix warranty is now lifetime vs 2 years and the new warranty lifetime warranty is applied to all precious lights they made. I'm hard on my lights and if I have any issues replacement parts, or repairs, are completely quickly without question.
I suggest anyone that needs a light for any reason they should get the pd35 and a bunch of 18650 3400mah batteries and you will be set. Most likely to May only need to get more batteries because of new lights you get! Forget the cr123a batteries. They are a waste of money vs 18650 which are now being used in many products. I can't speak highly enough about Fenix. Fenix stole my business from Surefire which Is the brand I would only consider using.
Olight, klarus, streamlight, Jetbeam, nitecore, and sunwayman are mainly the other top brand lights i have. They are good lights, but Fenix is definitely a better thought out designed light. The ONLY other brand I use sometimes, only headlamps, is foxy fury, but I also use bunch of fenix headlamp Models depending on the job.
I definitely suggest using Fenix 3400mah 18650 batteries and a good 4 battery charger with voltage display and protection. Panasonic brands 18650 3400mAh batteries (green casing) are very good. Panasonic actually makes the batteries for almost all manufacturers so you can get them in bulk for 50-75% less than branded op batteries. Just make sure the Panasonic 18650 batteries are origional and made in Japan (look on Amazon). If tried all different brands and now only buy Panasonic 18650 3400mah. Don't be fooled by batteries that are rated higher than 3400mah because they are junk. I have about 30 Panasonic 18650 batteries and they work excellent.(and don't hurt my wallet!) Fenix batteries are also top notch but do cost a bit more. Once you leave the cr123a batteries for the 18650s you will thank me. I still have about 50 cr123a Surefire batteries that I just keep for backup, or small lights that 18650s are to large for.
Btw, don't ever use the rechargable cr123a type batteries. They will not allow your flashlight to put out top lumen output level, and Lose capacity quickly. They are junk period; don't waste your time or money.
Chad
Monday, January 26, 2015 4:20 PM
Bought this flashlight after owning the E35UE for a couple of weeks. Aside from using it at my night shift job to inspect the machines and diagnose, the strobe mode is useful for getting people's attention when the machines are running.
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