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Fenix FD30 Focus Flashlight

Max Lumens: 900
Modes: 6
(16 customer reviews)

$98.00 $74.95

The most compact focusable flashlight can illuminate any area with 900 lumens. The FD30 flashlight has a unique twist design, allowing you to transition the beam between spotlight and floodlight. The FD30 is created for tactical and outdoor use, as adjustable focus is imperative for different environments and actives.

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Max Lumens: 900
Modes: 6


fenix fd30 focus lens flashlight specifications chart

Flashlight Size:
Length: 5.53” (140.5mm)
Diameter: 0.91” (23mm)
Head: 1.00” (25.4mm)

Flashlight Weight: 3.39 oz. (96g) excluding battery

Batteries: One 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery (included) or two CR123A batteries

Included: ARB-L18-2600U USB rechargeable battery, lanyard, holster, spare O-ring, spare rubber switch boot, body clip

Warranty: Limited Lifetime Guarantee from Fenix Lighting U.S.

  • Uses Cree XP-L HI LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
  • Powered by one 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery or two CR123A batteries
  • 360°rotary focusing technology Spot beam angle of spotlight 7°, spill beam angle of floodlight 76°
  • Digitally regulated output maintains constant brightness
  • Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery insertion
  • Intelligent overheat protection to avoid high surface temperature
  • Tactical tail switch for momentary or constant on activation
  • Functional side switch for output selection
  • Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum
  • Premium type Ⅲ hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish

The tail cap switch is the tactical switch, and the side button switch is the functional switch.

Tap the tactical switch to turn on the light momentarily, release it and the light will go out.

Click the tactical switch to turn on the light constantly, click once again to switch off the light.

Output Selection
With the light on, by single clicking the functional switch continually, the light will cycle through Turbo→Eco→Low→Med→High.

With the light on, press and hold the functional switch for 0.5 seconds to activate Strobe; with another single click the light will return to previously used General brightness level.

Spotlight and Floodlight Adjustment
The factory default will be total floodlight. Rotate the focusing ring to regulate the dual reflector, thus changing between spotlight and floodlight.

Intelligent Memory Circuit
The flashlight memorizes the last brightness level used in the General mode. The next time it is turned on, it will recall the previously used General brightness level.

Intelligent Overheat Protection
The light will accumulate a lot of heat when Turbo output level is repeatedly selected for extended periods. If the light reaches a temperature of 65℃, it will automatically downshift to High output level. Turbo can be reselected if needed, but service life could be shortened or the flashlight could be damaged permanently.

Low-voltage Downshift Function
When the voltage level drops below the preset level, the flashlight is programmed to downshift to lower brightness levels until Low output is reached. When Low output mode is reached, the flashlight blinks three times every five minutes to remind you to charge the light or replace the battery. To ensure normal use, the flashlight will not turn off and will work until the battery is completely discharged.

Battery Replacement
Unscrew the tail cap to insert the battery with the anode side (+) towards the light head, then screw the tail cap back on.

Usage and Maintenance

  • Disassembling the sealed head can cause damage to the light and will void the warranty.
  • Fenix recommends using excellent quality battery. If the light will not be used for an extended period, remove the battery, or the light could be damaged by electrolyte leakage or battery explosion.
  • Continuous usage at Turbo brightness level in hot or poor heat dissipation environments may cause activation of overheat protection, or light beam trembling. To maintain normal usage, lower brightness level to cool down the flashlight.
  • Long-term use can result in O-ring wear. To maintain a proper watertight seal, replace the ring with an approved spare.
  • Periodic cleaning of the battery contacts improves the lamp’s performance as dirty contacts may cause the lamp to flicker, shine intermittently or even fail to illuminate for the following reasons:
    A: The battery needs replacing.
    Solution: Replace battery (Ensure battery is inserted according to the manufacturer’s specifications).
    B: The threads, PCB board contact or other contacts are dirty.
    Solution: Clean the contact points with a cotton swab soaked in rubbing alcohol.

If the above methods don’t work, please refer to the warranty policy before contacting your authorized distributor.

The flashlight is a high-intensity lighting device capable of causing eye damage to the user or others. Avoid shining the flashlight directly into anyone’s eyes.

16 reviews for Fenix FD30 Focus Flashlight

  1. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Love how on the wide setting the light pattern is so uniform, rather than a bright spot in the center and dimmer large circle you get with normal lights.

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  2. Donald Peden (verified owner)

    Exactly what I wanted.
    I have a TK35 which is incredibly bright and blinding.
    That is a problem in areas with dense foregrounds. Where the bright throw so intense it was impossible to see past it into the distance.
    The FD30 is small, comfortable in the hand and the focused beam is exactly what I wanted. All functions are easily accessible perform to Fenix brand expectations.

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  3. Matt (verified owner)

    Best work light I have ever had. I work on ski lifts, and that means early mornings, late nights, and dark spaces. I am inspecting things constantly, and I find the WIDE wide beam on the FD30 is perfect for this sort of work. Whether close in or at a not so far distance, I can light everything in my field of view; I can look around inside the pool of light with my eyes, instead of moving the light around constantly at what I am focusing on. I find this is the most effective way to absorb and process input successfully without getting fatigued.

    I have some other very good lights that are just too spot heavy for this kind of work, and I find myself getting tunnel vision with the tighter spots, and missing what is off center because my eyes have adjusted to the bright center, and the dark periphery is effectively lost.

    When I need to light something up brighter, or that is far away, or highlight something to a co-corker, I just twist the ring and get a tight bright spot.

    Due to the design of this light, I use either the tight spot or wide end… in between is not an ideal pattern, and that is fine with me, as both ends are so useful. When in spot mode, there is still a good amount of flood, which I personally like, as I can still see something around the spot. The choices Fenix has made for wide/spot, I think, is perfect. I would really like to stress how much wider the field of view is on this light compared to any other I have seen, in a good way. I can plainly see much more with this light. For example, In an average sized living room in a house, the FD30 will directly light up an entire ceiling across the room as well as a portion of the walls, where most tactical lights will only light up a portion of the ceiling.

    I would love to see this light updated with a larger side mode button that has the battery indicator. The small side button on the FD30 is a bit had to feel, and harder yet with gloves. The small size also keeps it from getting bumped accidentally, so I suppose it is a trade off.

    The battery life is spectacular, and I have never run out in a whole week of work. The “medium” level is just right for most work, and at 11 hours duration, that is quite a bit of use.

    I wear a ski helmet with goggles, and the goggles often need to come up off my face, which precludes a front mounted headlight. I was able to strap this light on the side of the helmet’s earpiece, using the built in clip and a special rubber band from a Garmin bike mount. It works perfectly, lights up my entire field of view, and has gotten a ton of positive commentary, as many people appreciate a solution they have been looking for too. It is even bright enough to ski at night with.

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  4. zextaven

    great light, super pleased by the output of light this lil thing puts out. Lowest setting is great for sneaking around the house at night while everyone is sleeping its just enough light to see the remotes or find something quick. the turbo is insanely bright and will let you see very clearly what ever you need to at that time, also scares off anyone close to your house at night as well. all in all great made light and ill keep getting fenix products from now on

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  5. Ronald H. (verified owner)

    I had a hard time finding a light to do what I needed, This is a home defense shotgun light and lights the entire opposite side of the room up well when at full flood mode. The form factor of the 1″ diameter is helpful and if needed I can get a pressure mount switch.

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  6. Ryan S. (verified owner)

    Not a fan of the “focusing” mechanism. It changes only a small portion of the beam leaving the remainder a fixed pool of light. Disappointed.

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  7. Wayne D. (verified owner)

    I find the adjustable beam is my favorite.

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  8. Chris M. (verified owner)

    I was really. Hoping this would be a great longer range variant of the awesome pd35. Unfortunately the bean focus and cast is pretty mediocre. It just doesn’t throw light at distance like I had hoped, and the knurled ring is quite difficult to spin (more so in the dark).

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  9. Mel Potter (verified owner)

    The focus featuer is really neat, but wish it was not darker from center. Prefer zoomable for wide, even flood. Very well made.

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  10. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Using the 3500mAh battery but the power of the flashlight does not reflect the power of the battery. Well shaped and has a nice tiny size. OVERPRICED.

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  11. Thomas B. (verified owner)

    Very compact, super bright, excellent mode selections for all conditions to maximize battery life, easy to use!

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  12. michael powers (verified owner)

    Great light! works very well.

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  13. Rodney Hebert (verified owner)

    This flashlight is super! When it’s on the Turbo setting, I can light up my back pasture over 250 yards like it was daytime! Around the house I usually keep it on the second lowest setting and that gives plenty of light. The Li-on battery is unbeatable!

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  14. Ronald Spilker (verified owner)

    Great light overall. Carried it quit a bit for work. The ability to change the focus makes it more versatile. The focused spot carried further than I expected. Unfocused, it did a great job of lighting up small areas. Run times seemed to be pretty close to advertised.

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  15. Edward (verified owner)

    3-27-2017. Bought this several months ago to replace a lower cost non-fenix focus flashlight. Glad I did. I use this as a multifunctional tool. When working on cars, in dark attic spaces, and at night I use the second highest setting and get hours of battery life (123As) and not have to change out batteries. When I really want to kick it up and see things I can step it up for checking out animals, birds, or other critters at night. This is the torch I was looking for in a small size, easily carried in my jeans pocket or provided holster. It also fits well in my backpack when traveling. Only small issue is the CR123A batteries are not always available in the boonies so I travel with several spares. Looking at rechargeable now.

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