Fenix TK41 - Linterna LED de bolsillo, color negro
- Resistente al agua
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Descripción del producto
A prueba de agua: Si
Altura: 4 cm
Ancho: 4 cm
Color del producto: Negro
Código IP (International Protection): IPX8
Diámetro de la cabeza: 6,35 cm
Flujo luminoso: 900 lm
Material de la carcasa: Aluminio
Número de niveles de potencia: 4
Profundidad: 21,3 cm
Rango de haz: 510m
Tipo de flash: Mano
Tipo de lámpara: LED
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One thing that makes this flashlight unusual, is it's ability to produce this level of performance using standard household "AA" series alkaline batteries. Typically, in order to get into the realm of flashlights that produce over 500 lumens (like this 860 lumen beast), you need to either use rechargeable battery packs, or you need to use specialty high-discharge batteries like the CR-123 or similar speciality batteries, which are generally not available at your local store, but must be ordered online. This flashlight uses those "AA" batteries that everyone is familiar with, and that are available almost anywhere. Due to the fact that standard household "AA" series batteries are inherently not as powerful as specialty CR-123 -type batteries... you must use a large quantity of "AA" batteries (in this case 8 of them) in order to gain the power required to deliver such a spectacularly bright light as "860 lumens". But that's just the unavoidable limitations of physics.
If you are willing to buy specialty batteries, you have many high-intensity flashlights from which to chose. If you are more comfortable using standard "AA" alkaline batteries, you will not likely find a better size-to-light-intesity ratio than the one offered by this flashlight.
Before purchasing this light, my brightest light was my LED Lenser T7. It claims 175 lumens and throws its' powerful beam 680ft. While it may illuminate the entire 680ft, its' practical usefulness comes in at around 450ft. Meaning? It may illuminate a reflector at 680ft but recognition of figures or seeing colors seems to be limited to around 150yds.
The TK41 claims to cast a beam 476 meters. The same application of usefulness comes to play here as well. Its' real illumination seems to be somewhere about the 300-325 meter range. That is still quite an accomplishment in my book.....especially utilizing 8AA batteries. Out to 200 meters its' extremely bright 860 lumins still makes this light extremely useful.
I work in the EMS field and as a handheld search light, it proves to be a very useful tool.
My user interface seems to be a little bit different than those I have seen on YouTube. My right hand switch still serves as an off-on switch. The left hand switch toggles between low, med, high, and turbo. The difference is, to achieve strobe or SOS function, I must depress and hold down the left switch for 2 seconds for strobe or 3 seconds for SOS. The ones on YouTube, to use the strobe or beacon, you must depress the right hand switch twice quickly, after the light is on.
Knowing what I know now, would I buy this light all over again? I sure would. The cost per lumin as well as the cost per distance meter or "throw" meter is unsurpassed. I'm amazed at this little light and highly recomend it.