PD35TAC vs. PD35 v2.0 Flashlight

What are the differences between our two most popular flashlights?

Here is where you will find the answers.

Similar stats from both flashlights.

pd35 comparison

Difference #1 - Operating Modes

PD35 TAC
Tactical
 – Operates Turbo, Low and Strobe via the tail cap switch. The side switch is deactivated.

Outdoor – Operates all modes via the side switch. Tail cap is for on/off and momentary on.

PD35 v2.0
Standard – Operates all modes via the side switch. Tail cap is for on/off and momentary on.

Difference #2 - Battery Level

PD35TAC
Low Voltage Indicator – Blinks three times every five minutes when the battery is very low and needs replacing.

PD35 v2.0
Battery Level Indicator – Each time the light turns on, a color indicator light appears for 5 seconds on the side switch. Green = full, Green flash = sufficient, Red = poor, Red flash = critical.

I’ve carried my PD35 EVERY SINGLE DAY. I literally beat the crap out of it and it has yet to fail me. The lens still doesn’t have ANY SCRATCHES on it! If you’re looking to purchase a BAD ASS flashlight—look no further. Get one!—Dan M.

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