E05 Fenix Flashlight

Max Lumens: 85
Modes: 3
(64 customer reviews)

$26.50 $12.95


If you need a small, yet versatile, light to be your constant sidekick, the E05 is our recommended go-to for your lighting needs. Pumping out up to 85 lumens from a single AAA battery (included), the E05 provides a max range of 45 meters of light to ensure your safety and security at an absolute bargain of a price.

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Max Lumens: 85
Modes: 3


e05 spec chart


Flashlight Length: 2.6″ (64.5mm)
Flashlight Diameter: 0.6″ (14.4mm)


0.4 oz. (11.3g) weight excluding batteries


One 1.5V AAA (Ni-MH, Alkaline) battery


AAA battery, keyring, and spare o-ring


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Additional Features of the Fenix E05

  • Cree XP-E2 LED with a lifespan of 50000 hours
  • Uses one AAA battery (included)
  • Digitally regulated output – maintains constant brightness
  • Capable of standing up securely on a flat surface to serve as a candle
  • Reliable twist switch
  • Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Premium type 3 hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish

64 reviews for E05 Fenix Flashlight

  1. Joe S. (verified owner)

    Not impressed.

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  2. Tom Morland

    I am a commuter on a bicycle and needed a bright reliable light to help me when I was doing repairs or fixing a flat when it’s dark out. The light failed and I sent it to Fenix and they replaced the head. A year has gone by and now the light failed again. I sense it’s an engineering problem and yea, I am hesitant about buying another Fenix product. I have been searching the internet for a competitor’s product.

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  3. Adam

    Good light and small size are advantages. Unfortunately, my E05 has terribly loose thread and bad contacts. I had to squish the head an make it slightly oval, otherwise I wouldn’t be able to turn on the light firmly. The thread is so loose, that one can turn on the light by pressing head down.
    Also the head contact should be a spring. My light has a tendency to jump through modes during turning on, independent on power source.

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    • Fenix Lighting U.S. (store manager)


      Send us your info and where you bought it and we will send you to the correct support or if your in the US we will see what we can do for you.

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