The Fenix PD32, 2016 edition is a powerful LED flashlight for everyday use. With a maximum light output of 900 ANSI lumens it will offer you more light you could possibly ever need. Nevertheless, this flashlight is great to have within reach.
Fenix has enhanced the 2016 version of the PD32 with a Cree XP-L Hi-LED. Characterizing for this LED light is that it offers you a relatively focused beam. With those 900 lumens the PD32 has a bigger beam distance than a light with a similar reflector.
You control the Fenix PD32 with its two switches: a tactical switch on the back of the light to turn it on and off. You can also use it for the momentary on mode. Also called the signal mode. Once turned on you can use the side switch to switch between the different light modes.
The Fenix PD32 derives its power from one 18650 battery or two CR123A batteries. For frequent and intensive use we recommend a 183650 battery. When you use this light as a backup in your meter box CR123A batteries will do the trick.
Fenix PD32: successful for years
The Fenix PD32 has been popular with consumers and experts for years. Part of what makes this flashlight so popular is how reliable it is. The PD32 uses parts which have proven themselves to be winners time and time again. And if a part breaks or turns out to be faulty it can usually be replaced.
Fenix PD32, 2016 edition light modes
- Turbo (900 lumens, 1 u, 55 min.)
- High (400 lumens, 4 u)
- Mid (150 lumens, 10 u, 25 min.)
- Low (50 lumens, 37 u, 5 min.)
- Eco (5 lumens, 260 u)