How to Use a Fenix Multi-function Flashlight

Introduction: How to Use a Fenix Multi-function Flashlight

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I am bored so I will teach you how to use a Fenix multi-function flashlight (if you dont know of course).

Step 1: First General Modes

First click it on. Then lightly tap the switch to go to medium (some lights dont have more then 1 general setting and possibly a turbo mode setting). Do the same to go to high and sos mode (like I said some dont have these modes).

I accidentally deleted the pic of me clicking it so here is one of me holding the light

Step 2: Turbo Mode

Now click the light off and turn the bezel clockwise when looking at the lens. Now click on. To get to strobe mode again lightly click the tail cap ( for the third time some lights dont have these modes).

Step 3: Have Fun

now go crazy and light up the night with "sunshine in your pocket"

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    I just paid $39.85 for a LD01 (AAA running at 80lm on high for 1.2 hrs) and I'm pretty excited about it.


    12 years ago on Introduction

    When did it become acceptable to pay $70+ for a flashlight? C'mon!


    12 years ago on Introduction

    That is a nice flashlight. You might have mentioned that it throws 220 lumens and the cost is down under $70 now. The digital power management is very nice. The down side of the Fenix is it uses CR123 batteries instead of cheaper AAA size. Flashlights have come a long way from the steel EverReady models I grew up with. I use a flashlight (150 lumen LED) every night to see if there are skunks or coyotes in my path when I walk my dog. It is not uncommon to see one or the other.