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Are You Interested In Finding The Best Flashlights Available To You?

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By : Kristi Ambrose    99 or more times read
Submitted 0000-00-00 00:00:00
The Fenix flashlights are one of the most innovative and high quality lights available to consumers these days. The men that designed and produced these flashlights in particular were dissatisfied with the bulk of the standard inferior tools available to them at the time. In seeking help to produce the best product they could they organized a group of professional engineers in the fields of metal machining, electronics and product design and together they established FenixLight Limited!

The union between this craftsmanship helped to create Fenix's legendary flashlights which are held in the highest respect world-wide. Since it's origination, FenixLight Limited produced an amazing product line from the first L1 to the current multi-level processor controlled lights. In fact, in 2005, the L1 in particular was voted one of the most advanced flashlights by its users and the media. The L1 successfully incorporated a brilliant beam, a constant current modular electrical circuit and low operational costs all in a really compact design, a first in the industry. Fenix was the first mass manufacturer to bring such a quality single AA cell Luxeon LED flashlight to the marketplace. The foundation of the L1 created a niche marketplace and started to really attract people's attention!

The Fenix L-series flashlight was the first standard high-end flashlight. The L0 and L1 versions were recognized as a milestone in the evolution of high-end flashlights, and won many honors and praise.

The L0 version is a really concise flashlight, small enough to connect to your key chain and power-driven by a single AAA battery.

The L1 version is a concise pocket flashlight, with a tail interchange and power-driven by a single AA battery.

The L2 version is fundamentally a two-celled L1, by using two cells, the L2 runs brighter with a more expanded run time.

In 2006 Fenix launched the LoD Cree Edition which was the first mass-produced AAA powered LED Flashlight using the super efficient Cree emitter. The LoD is a proficient six level light but it's small enough to clip onto a key chain! And while Fenix continues to deliver these high powered, high quality flashlights, they keep on sticking with their original slogan; Fenix Flashlight, Sunshine In Your Pocket!

This company wants to continue to bring you flashlights as useful and reliable as the sun itself! From the reviews I found online, they seem very able and ready to keep up with this mantra. Really if you want the best flashlight available, buy a Fenix, you won't regret it!

Here are a few other flashlights you can check out as well:

Blackhawk Night Ops Legacy XHR7 Flashlight -
The Legacy XHR7 represents an evolutionary next step in rechargeable lighting tools. This rechargeable, compact, high-intensity combination Xenon-Halogen bulb flashlight for tactical, duty, and general purpose use produces a smooth, intense, pre-focused, high quality beam of an amazing 350 lumen's of intense white light output. Utilizing a very unique combination of Xenon-Halogen gas filled bulb allows for much greater light output of any light comparable in size. This rechargeable lighting tool is designed with some very practical and unique features not available on any other rechargeable light.

The Legacy XR7 utilizes the latest generation Samsung lithium-ion 7.2 volt rechargeable battery that develops no memory effect allow the end user to charge the light at anytime during the life cycle of the charge. Recharging the light is simple and easy by simply rotating a protective collar (just below the bezel head) counter clockwise exposing the male end of the charging contacts. An AC/DC charger that (included with the light) is similar to that of a common cell phone charger plugs into the body of the light and charges the lithium-ion battery. Charging is complete when the led on the smart charger turns from RED to GREEN. Equivalent light output of an 8-9 cell flashlight.

5.11 Tactical - Light for Life - LED Flashlight -
5.11 Tactical is always looking for ways to make your job easier. Whether that's the creation of an entirely new product like their new Covert Dress Shirts or the rejuvenation and revolution of an existing product on the marketplace like their TDU replacing the old BDU - when 5.11 hears about a genuine new concept that has this potential, they listen. 5.11 Tactical and Flashpoint Technology have entered into an exclusive partnership to bring this patented technology to you, and at a reasonable price. The new 5.11 Tactical Light for Life flashlights have a dramatically higher return-on-investment vs. other rechargeable lights and outperform competitor lights across the board. The 5.11 Tactical Light for Life comes with a limited lifetime warranty and its internal components are rated for a life of over 50,000 cycles. (That adds up to more than 130 years if you use and recharge the light once a day!) The flashlights body is made from a state-of-the-art polymer that is impact, abrasion and water resistant to stand up to the intense duty they know you'll put it through.
Author Resource:- This author is a HUGE fan of Fenix Flashlights
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