Fenix LR35R Rechargeable LED Searchlight
Fenix LR35R Rechargeable LED Searchlight is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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The Fenix LR35R is a high performance rechargeable searchlight that delivers a maximum output of 10000 lumens and a beam range of 500 from 6 x Luminus SST-40 LEDs. It has a wide beam angle of 90° to easily light up the area around you to aid in searching large areas and increase efficiency.
The LR35R is powered by two included ARB-L21-4000P 21700 4000 mAh cold resistant lithium-ion rechargeable batteries, which have a high discontinuous discharge current of 10 A in order to access the high output of the torch. The batteries are charged inside the torch via the USB Type-C charging port, which is located on the neck of the torch. Lift the dust cover and plug in the USB Type-C cable at one end and plug the standard USB end into a USB port or a USB adaptor (5 V 3 A recommended for fastest charging).
The charging indicator light on the switch will go red while charging is in progress and turn green once charging is complete after approximately 3 hours, 30 minutes if the power supply is sufficient enough to support the 3 A output, otherwise the charging time will be longer when using a lower output USB adaptor.
The side switch activates the torch by holding it for 0.5 seconds and then each press cycles through the modes of eco, low, mid, high and turbo. Hold the switch for 0.5 seconds again to turn the light off. The last used brightness output will be remembered next time the torch is turned on. Strobe is activated by holding the button for 1.2 seconds and a single press will exit strobe.
To prevent accidental activation the LR35R has a switch that sits at the same level as the surrounding metal ring to minimise it being pressed and the torch also features an electronic lockout function. The lockout is accessed by two quick presses of the button while the light is off and the torch will blink twice to indicate it has entered lock-out mode.
A built-in battery level indicator displays the battery status for 3 seconds when the button is single pressed with the light off. It will show either a solid green, green flashing, solid red or red flashing light. A low battery voltage warning function is programmed to downshift to a lower brightness level when the voltage drops below the preset level. Once it reaches low output it will blink red to remind you to charge the batteries.
A lanyard and holster are included to provide easy carry and transport of the torch, and the fixed pocket clip allows for easy attachment to a belt, pocket or backpack.
To avoid overheating the torch has two types of inbuilt protection. The temperature protection will lower the output of the torch if the temperature reaches 65°C or above when using turbo, high and mid modes. Once the torch has cooled below 65° the brightness can be reset to the higher outputs. Please see images for a run-time graph.
Single metal side switch for easy operation
LED battery indicator built into the switch
Lockout function to prevent accidental activation
Reverse polarity protection
USB Type- C charging port
Intelligent overheat protection
Turbo: 10000 lumens; 1 hour, 25 minutes run-time; 500 m beam range*
High: 3000 lumens; 1 hour, 35 minutes run-time; 270 m beam range*
Mid:1200 lumens; 3 hours, 15 minutes run-time; 170 m beam range
Low: 450 lumens; 8 hours, 20 minutes run-time; 105 m beam range
Eco: 50 lumens; 80 hours run-time; 30 m beam range
Strobe: 10000 lumens
Note: *The turbo output is measured in total run-time including any reduced output due to the temperature protection mechanism in the design.
Lab tested to ANSI / PLATO FL 1 standard using the two included Fenix ARB-L21-4000P 4000 mAh lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. Real use conditions may be different and therefore results may vary.
Type: Rechargeable LED hand torch
Operating Modes: Eco / Low / Mid / High / Turbo / Strobe
Luminous Flux: Up to 10000 lumens
Lamp Type: Luminus SST40 LED x 6
Beam Range: Up to 500 m
Batteries Required: 2 x ARB-L21-4000P lithium-ion battery (included)
Dimensions: 140 x 46.5 x 51.5 mm
Weight: 239 grams (excluding batteries)
Body Colour: Black
Body Material: Durable high strength A6061-T6 aluminium alloy
Body Finish: HAIII hard anodised anti abrasive finish
Switch Type: Metal side switch
Impact Resistance: 1 m
Environmental: Dust and waterproof to IP68 Standard (2 m)
Warranty: 5 years (torch) / 1 year (batteries)
Packaging and Contents
Supplied in retail packaging and includes:
Fenix LR35R LED searchlight x 1
Fenix ARB-L21-4000P lithium-ion battery x 2
USB Type-C charging cable x 1
Durable holster x 1
Lanyard x 1
Spare O-ring x 1
Manual x 1
Quite simply a silly amount of light. I’ve had Fenix before so the quality is taken for granted. The sheer amount of light for such a small torch defies physics. Yes it’s pricey but you’ll not regret it
I generally have always bought Ledlenser torches which I mainly use for my 5:15am dog walk everyday. I fancied a mega-bright torch and thought I would treat myself. 200 on a torch is pretty expensive seeing as it is just for a dog walk but i though I would give it a go.Pretty much the lowest setting on the Fenix is the same as the high power setting on the M7 Ledlenser. Which is still a great torch.The Fenix is a great tool, comfy to hold, great strap and lightweight for the power. The ONLY downside for me is the sheath, you cannot open it with one hand and it is almost impossible to do with gloves on as there is a Velcro strap which fastens around the torch. Other sheaths feature an over the top flap which can be done with one hand without having to look at it. I carry my torch on the bottom strap of an over the shoulder bag so effectively it is behind me. I cannot open this sheath as easily. This is my only gripe, if Fenix decide to change this, please send me an updated version. Then we have reached perfection. In the meantime I think I will modify this one myself to have an over the top strap. Torch though, incredible!!!!!
Absolutely fantastic torch. Used for finding a black horse (Benny)in a large field at night time.... does that very nicely, his strategy of having his back to us and against the hedge no longer works. Good form factor which is easy to grip, even with smaller hands. Cycling through brightness levels is straightforward and the longer push for on/off keeps things simple. Looks and feels well made, I'm very happy with it.