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The Fenix UC35 V2.0 – A Dream Flashlight for EDC and Security Work

The Fenix UC35 V2.0 USB Rechargeable Flashlight is my new favorite flashlight for work and play. With its 5 different output settings it has the right amount of light for any job! The output settings are Moonlight setting of 1 lumen, Low with 50 Lumens, Medium with 150 lumens, 350 lumens for the High, and with the Turbo at 1000 lumens you can’t go wrong!

fenix uc35 v2 rechargeable led flashlight

I have carried the UC35 V2.0 for a few months now and I use it for my EDC light and my work light. Working Security at night I need a flashlight that has several different outputs depending on what I come across. I love the size of it and the output on it is magnificent! This light will reach out and light up the darkest areas with ease. The 1000 lumens Turbo will reach out 873 feet making it safer to be out looking for what is going bump in the night around the hospital and when I’m out hiking in low light.

Another great feature that I cannot live without ever again is the build in USB rechargeable port. Paired with the 18650 Rechargeable Li-ion battery that comes with it, you can’t lose. So if you’re anything like me and are horrible about remembering to recharge your flashlight, the UC35 V2.0 has you covered with a battery level indication and low-voltage warning light on the side switch that changes the output levels. When you turn it on it will show you the battery level with either a green light or a red light. Depending on how much I use it, I have to charge it about once every two weeks or so. I just plug it in using the built-in charging port and the battery level light on the side switch.

I would put the Fenix UC35 V2.0 up against any flashlight and guarantee it would leave the competition in the dust! With all of the features, the max lumens, and the output distance, this is a dream flashlight for anyone that wants a great flashlight that is compact and affordable.

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