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LD22 Fenix Flashlight

Max Lumens: 300
Modes: 6
(29 customer reviews)

$73.00 $54.95

Still compact in size, the upgraded Fenix LD22 Flashlight offers new operational features and a higher output of 300 lumens while still using only two AA batteries. Four brightness levels plus Strobe and SOS will meet lighting demands for daily use as well as tactical applications. In Outdoor Mode, the LD22 Flashlight’s side switch controls all output modes and the tail switch simply turns the light on and off. The new Tactical Mode turns off the side switch and activates the turbo, strobe and mid modes through the tactical tail switch.

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Max Lumens: 300
Modes: 6

Description

ld22 spec chart

Size:
Length: 6.1” (155mm)
Diameter: 0.8” (21.5mm)

Weight: 2.5 oz (72g) excluding battery

Batteries: Two AA batteries

Included: Holster, lanyard, spare O-rings, two AA Alkaline batteries

Warranty: LD22 Flashlight Limited Lifetime Guarantee from Fenix Lighting US

  • Uses Cree XP-G2 R5 LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
  • Powered by two AA (Ni-MH/Alkaline) batteries
  • 155mm (Length) x 21.5 mm (Diameter) 6.1 in. x 0.8 in.)
  • 72 grams (2.5 oz.) excluding batteries
  • Tactical tail switch, momentary-on function
  • Stainless steel switch for output selection under Outdoor mode
  • Dual operation mode and Outdoor Mode is the factory default setting
  • Intelligent memory circuit (under Outdoor Mode), automatically enters previous used brightness level when turned on
  • Digitally regulated output maintains constant brightness
  • Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation
  • Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum Premium type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
  • Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating

Mode Switching
When the light is on, press and hold on the side switch for 3 seconds till the LED flashes twice at Low output, and then to cycle through Tactical Mode → Outdoor Mode.

Outdoor Mode
ON/OFF
Slightly tap the tail switch to turn on the light temporarily, release it the light will go out. Fully press on the tail switch to turn on the light constantly, press once again to turn it off.

Output Selection
With the light on, single-click the side switch to cycle through Low→Mid→High→Turbo.

Notice: Under this mode, the flashlight memorizes the last used brightness level. The next time you turn it on, it will recall that previously brightness level, but it will not remember the Strobe/SOS.

Strobe and SOS
With the light on, long press the side switch for 0.5 second to enter Strobe mode. Under Strobe mode, click the side switch to circle through Strobe→SOS. Long press the side switch again to turn back to general mode.

Tactical Mode
ON/OFF
Fully press on the tail switch to turn on the light constantly, press once again to turn it off.

Output Selection
Slightly tap the tail switch to turn the light on temporarily, release it the light will go out, tap the tail switch again in 1 second, the light will cycle through Turbo → Strobe → Mid.

Continue to fully press on the tail switch after selecting the needed output mode, the light will last on present output mode.

Notice: 1. Under this mode, Turbo mode is defaulted when the light turned on.

  1. Under this mode, the side switch only works on Mode Switching.

Battery Replacement
Unscrew the tail cap to insert the batteries with the anode side (+) toward the light’s head, 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 strongly recommends using high-performance Ni-MH rechargeable batteries to get most out of this flashlight. Alkaline batteries will reduce the runtime significantly.
  • Fenix recommends using excellent quality battery. If the flashlight will not be used for an extended period, remove the battery, or the flashlight could be damaged by electrolyte leakage or battery explosion.
  • Unscrew the tail cap one-half turn or take out the battery to prevent accidental activation during storage or transport.
  • Long-term use can result in O-ring wear. To maintain a proper water seal, replace the ring with an approved spare.
  • Periodic cleaning of the battery contacts improves the light’s performance as dirty contacts may cause the flashlight flicker, shine intermittently or even fail to illuminate for the following reasons:
    Reason A: The batteries need replacing.
    Solution: Replace batteries (Please confirm the correct installation of anode and cathode).
    Reason 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.

Notice: The routine cleaning video can be watched and downloaded through Fenix Official Website, please log onto the service channel->“maintenance for light”

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

29 reviews for LD22 Fenix Flashlight

  1. Harold Way (verified owner)

    great little light, small an bright an very easy to carry backpacking

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  2. Ryan

    The LD22 – 2015 Upgrade has great versatility for use as both a general purpose flashlight and a backup tactical flashlight. The fact that the flashlight can be powered by both AA Ni Mh rechargeable batteries and AA alkaline batteries. means a user can count on this flashlight during a long-term disaster situation where the ubiquitous AA batteries would be available at any hardware store, pharmacy, convenience store, etc.

    The light compares slightly better in brightness and distance to a several year old tactical LED Surefire (powered by a single CR123A) my buddy owns in a side-by-side brightness and distance comparisons. The Surefire had a slightly more concentrated beam than the LD22 – 2015 Upgrade, however not enough to make it a significant difference. Using alkaline AA batteries (Fenix recommends using the AA NI Mh AA), the LD22 – 2015 Upgrade had a greater shine distance than the Surefire. In short, the LD22 – 2015 Upgrade makes for a great overall flashlight that could be used as both a backup tactical flashlight and a superior general purpose flashlight.

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