Working for a Brighter Planet

April 22 marks the 45th annual celebration of Earth Day. As is to be expected, during this time we’ll be surrounded by discussions of the environment, our impact and how we can do better to help and protect our planet. That discussion has taken place time and again in our offices here at Fenix and it’s one we wanted to share with you, our readers.

With environmental awareness in mind, Fenix has ramped up production of affordable rechargeable LED flashlights, bike lights and rechargeable batteries. Many may not consider these items as “green technologies” but they can truly help shrink an individual’s carbon footprint, while saving them money and reducing the number of hazardous materials entering landfills.

Millions of batteries are disposed of in the United States each year. Because they contain hazardous materials they can pose environmental risks if not discarded properly. Rechargeable batteries lengthen the life of your power source and keep these materials out of the landfills. (See tips on how to dispose of batteries properly.)


Earlier this week we also introduced our newest rechargeable LED flashlight – UC30. In talking with customers who work in night security and public safety jobs we have learned they can go through four CR123A batteries per week, often at their own cost. Fenix designed the UC30 rechargeable LED flashlight with these professionals in mind. The UC30 can save up to $480 in battery purchases in just one year – and limit the number of batteries in landfills.

We also recently introduced the BT30R and BTR20, which are rechargeable bike lights. (The BTR20 was named one of the top products to have by Outside Magazine.)

While not all of our flashlights, headlamps and bike lights are rechargeable (yet) they are LED lights, which provide many environmental advantages. Not only are they energy efficient, they do not contain toxic elements and they have a longer life span. They can also all work with rechargeable batteries.

Earth Day is a good reminder that we’re all in this together. We’re working to do our part, what types of things are you doing to help brighten the planet?

Previous Post
Introducing the most affordable, rechargeable LED flashlight
Next Post
Bikepacking Gear and Tips to Getting Started

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Fill out this field
Fill out this field
Please enter a valid email address.