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  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 6 cm ; 23 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 59 g
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  • Item model number: E15R4BK
  • ASIN: B005CWRB44
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 18 Feb. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 63,647 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)

Product Description

• 170 Max Lumen output
• Cree XP-E LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
• Digitally regulated output - maintains constant brightness
• Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation
• Reliable twisty switch
• Capable of standing up securely on a flat surface to serve as a candle
• Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum
• Premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
• High-efficiency total reflection lens
• Powered by 1 CR123A battery (Not included)
• Dimensions: 59.6mm (Length) X 19.7mm (Diameter)
• Weight: 23-gram weight (excluding battery)

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I'm really pleased with this. I own a few torches by fenix and thrunite and this is one of the best, probably my favourite. It's small but very powerful and runs on a cr123 battery (which can be bought cheaply online). The advantage of this battery is no leaking and can withstand very cold temperatures. It works with a twist head operation and the reason I bought this was because it always comes on first in the medium setting which is what I use the most and will give a decent 4 hours run-time. That's a lot for a torch I keep on my keyring for semi-occasional use. It's good to have the high mode and low mode is very useable too.Something like 30 hours run-time on the low mode. The light gives a very nice beam pattern that lights up a decent area in front of you. It's waterproof and tail-stands like a candle and is a pretty much go anywhere EDC light. I feel like I've finally bought the right EDC light for me with this one.
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By F Ahmad on 13 Sept. 2014
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For a torch this small and light, its output is incredible. I've carried a Maglite AAA torch with my keys for the past ten or so years and this is smaller, lighter and (I estimate) about twenty times as bright.

The twisting operation is nowhere near as easy as a button operated torch but is a necessary annoyance to keep it as small as possible. Switching between modes is straightforward once you find the sweet spot between on and off, otherwise you'll find it flickers unintentionally and you'll jump too far in the med-low-high cycle and have to cycle through again.

I like that it starts at medium given I'd usually cycle up to that brightness level, but the low could be dimmer, it's a bit too close to the medium brightness setting for my liking.

Overall it's a great torch for its size that I'm happy to keep attached to my keys.
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Smaller than a AAA Maglite, brighter than an incandescent D-Cell Maglite - not too much more to say than that, really.

Had mine about 2 years so far. More than stands up to the rigours of everyday life on my key ring and exceptionally useful for a variety of tasks due to the brightness of the LED.

This is the second of two Fenix torches I own, both with CR123 batteries. Don't let this put you off - they're cheap enough on Amazon, and the flashlights are relatively economical.

Lastly, I can't say that they're a diving torch, but I've had mine underwater in fresh water and salt water to inspect a boat propeller and on both occasions there's been no issues during or after.

Completely recommend Fenix, especially this torch for keyrings. £25 may seem steep, but I assure you you're getting a genuinely first class product.
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What a torch!
This small key ring torch kicks out a spot light beam of light nearly as bright as my double D battery size LED mag light.
It actually get hot to the touch it's that bright!
A must have for any key ring
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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful
BUY IT! 7 Dec. 2011
By MaltedMike - Published on Amazon.com
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This light is really a good buy considering what you get. I am ignoring the $5 "key chain lights" which have laughable brigthness and construction quality. The light has a compelling design with the TIR lens as opposed to a traditional reflector. This makes the light smaller overall. There are lights with a few more lumens that are orders-of-magnitude more expensive for minimal brightness gains. . most of which the naked-eye is unable to detect. The light is a "battery crusher" with no spring. I thought it was a little hard to operate one-handed but if you take out the bottom contacts with a pair of tweezers, give them a slight bend upwards, and lubricate the threads with super-lube it will be smooth and easy one-handed operation. I am biased towards multi-mode lights that start out on medium power (such as this light). In my opinion this is the most useful configuration since high-power drains more of the battery (and is crazy bright with this light), and low is too low for most situations. Medium I feel is the best all-around most useful mode. . and selecting low or high for the special-case situation is as easy as another twist!
26 of 31 people found the following review helpful
Fenix E15 Keychain Flashlight 24 Aug. 2011
By Oldwizard74 - Published on Amazon.com
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Good price. Quick shipment after ordering. Fast delivery. First impressions very good. Slightly disappointed it did not come with battery. Greased the threads to ensure smooth twisting of the control head. Works as described. Throw and spill better than expected; as good as lights much more expensive. Carries easily; small and light. Scraped threads off plastic bottle cap and use it as head and lens cover to avoid scratches. Light comes with extra O-ring and lens. Knurled surfaces on both body and head make it easy to turn on and off. So far, so good. Will buy another Fenix model soon.
23 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Several flaws - can't recommend it 26 Jan. 2013
By ibbobb - Published on Amazon.com
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At first glance it seems like it would be the perfect keychain light, but there are several glaring flaws that ultimately forced me to return it.

1. You have to unscrew the head more than half way off for the light to actually turn off. Any less and pressing the head can cause the light to turn on (this is caused by the lack of a sprung battery compartment). The light has come apart a few times in my pocket because of this.
2. As a consequence of (1), I *highly* doubt the waterproof claim holds when the light is in the off position (while on, there is indeed a tight seal). Seeing as the light will spend most of its time off (and vulnerable to foreign matter and water), I don't think I can trust the waterproof claim.
3. The battery compartment lacks a spring. This causes uneven contact between the battery and head which is noticeable when you try to turn on the light/change modes: the battery can bounce around just enough to make and break contact multiple times, thus cycling the mode. Very frustrating.

This was a very disappointing purchase coming from the PD32 (my first Fenix light, which is just 100% perfect). That will not discourage me from buying Fenix again - I'll just have to stay away from their twisty switches.

Suggestion for Fenix: Implement a twisty switch the way the Maglite Solitaire does it. When the switch is twisted close, the light is OFF. To turn ON the light, you untwist the head. (So, the opposite of what it is now)
13 of 15 people found the following review helpful
This thing is tiny and lightweight. 25 Mar. 2012
By MICHAEL G LUSTIG - Published on Amazon.com
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I recently purchased the Fenix Compact 140 Lumen Flashlight, the 4Sevens Mini 123 R5 Edition and the Fenix PD20 CREE Q5 Mini LED Flashlight, Black, 180 Lumens, Uses 1 X CR123A Battery to replace my SureFire Executive E1 for EDC (every day carry).

All of these flashlights were brighter, lighter and smaller than my vintage E1. The one I setled on for EDC was the 4Sevens Mini 123 R5 Edition.

Since I won't be writing three entirely different reviews, let me tell you what I like and dislike in a EDC light:
* It has to be something I always have with me - thus the term EDC.
* It has to fit on a key chain (something that my SureFire E1 did begrudgingly)
* It has to be small, light and have at least low, medium and high settings
* It is preferable to have a dedicated on-off switch to a twist-on switch. This is because I don't want the light to turn on accidentally and not be ready when I need it.

Much less important to me are things like strobe, SOS, beacon, and so on because of two reasons: first they are invariably difficult to activate (strobe coming to mind as the most useless in a tactical situation) and second, the additional weight and cost isn't justified since it's unlikely I'll ever use them. Follow me on this: is this the primary use as a flashlight or a signalling device? For me it's simple: If it's dark, I want light and I want that light to be on my person.

In order from most to least preferred for EDC, the following:

#1 - 4Sevens Mini 123 R5 Edition
It's small, lightweight, bright, inexpensive enough and fits on my key chain. It has more than the three brightness modes I require and despite the twist-on activation was the best suited to my needs. This light turn on low, then medium, then high. This means that you have a day or more to notice your light has been accidentally turned-on.

#2 - Fenix Compact 140 Lumen Flashlight
All of the above and 25% less expensive than the 4Sevens. Same twist-on activation BUT this one turns on in high-output first - cycling from high to medium to low. The problem here is that accidental activation will discharge a battery in an hour and I might miss it -- unless of course I felt my pocket getting hot. I deemed this light unsuitable for my purposes and gifted it away. :)

#3 - Fenix PD20 CREE Q5 Mini LED Flashlight, Black, 180 Lumens, Uses 1 X CR123A Battery
This light has a positive end-cap on/off switch and is the brightest, best quality and most expensive of all. The light is simply too large for EDC on a key chain. It is about 50% larger than the other two lights. It's also considerably heavier. This light I carry in my laptop bag where an ounce or two doesn't make much difference.

On the subject of twist-on lights I don't like them for several reasons: accidental activation, wear on the o-ring and wear on the threads will all shorten the lifespan.

As far as being made in China or the USA goes for warranty purposes, I just don't care. If the light works when I get it then I'm good. If it fails, I'll buy another. I'm not going to ship a low-priced flashlight back to China for warranty service.
29 of 36 people found the following review helpful
Fenix E15 Cree XP-E LED 4 Sept. 2011
By Journey Fish - Published on Amazon.com
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current measurements
low 20 ma
med .5 amps
high 2 amps
A c123 battery rated at 1400 mhr gives about 70 hr on low, 2.0 hr on med and 42 mins on high

I have over 20 led flashlights and, this is one of the best
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