Gear: Fenix TK10

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Fenix TK10

Fenix
Category: Duty & Tactical Gear
Subcategory: Flashlights
Price: $79
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Description:

The Fenix Tactical series (T) features a powerful, solid, durable, and waterproof design intended for rugged outdoor and military use. It’s as solid as a tank. The TK10 uses two CR123A batteries and maintains excellent constant brightness with two output modes: General mode, which can last for a whole night and can be used for general illumination, and Turbo mode, which can be used whenever high-powered light is needed – search and rescue, long-range target identification, etc.

Member Reviews

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    opticalserenity, Fri, 28 Mar 2008 00:02:29 UTC.
    1st review

    The Fenix Tk10 is an extremely powerful flashlight, especially for it's small size. The CREE LED is one of the most advanced in the industry, and being an led it means if you drop it, you don't have to worry about the bulb burning out.

    It comes with a nylon holster, and it fits my duty belt perfectly.

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    Brad1, Sun, 02 Nov 2008 05:26:29 UTC.

    i just got the thing and it blows my surefires out of the water as far as the price i paid $65 for mine and the 2 different brightness settings is pretty slick

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    KC_Pig, Thu, 11 Jun 2009 12:18:04 UTC.

    Extremely bright and holds battery power fairly well. Rechargeable batteries at batterjunction.com (cr123s) with charger are a good investment for any LED flashlight. This light is much brighter than the Streamlight flashlights we have in each car! I use it at least 5 times per night at 220 lumens.

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    spd1719, Tue, 07 Jul 2009 09:19:35 UTC.

    Recently purchased one of these well constructed little lights for duty use. I originally intended to keep it as a bettery powered backup light in case my Stinger LED died on me, but once I saw how bright 225 lumens really is I immediately mounted it to my patrol rifle.

    Pros: Brightness is simply outstanding, with awsome throw and sidespill (target ID in pitch black conditions across a baseball field is no problem at all). Construction is very rugged and seems bomb-proof, but time will tell. Can be configured with pocket clip, cigar style ring, or just smoothed out to use as a weapon light. The price is absolutely right, this light is a bargain at $65-$70.

    Cons: Battery life in the full output mode is only 1.5 hours, so buy up CR123's, you'll need them.

    All in all a great light for the money, but if you are looking for a small battery powered backup light I would look for something with longer runtime. As a rifle mounted light I think it's hard to beat.

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    icpd30, Sat, 22 May 2010 19:59:11 UTC.

    A top-quality duty light. Bright, good user-interface, comfortable in the hand, 2 brightness modes, LED is easy on the batteries.

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