The Fenix TK75 is the perfect handheld flashlight for multiple uses, due to its waterproof and impact resistant body and 3 super bright CREE LED bulbs. Its six modes make it versatile enough to use for anything from camping to hunting to walking home from work after dark.
It is also great for use in a survival kit, or mounted on a vehicle as needed. The it’s performance proves that the Fenix brand is a definite go-to for great quality flashlights. Before purchasing one should also be aware that this very large unit is still a LED flashlight through and through. Rough tough and part of the best for the money.
- All-purpose flashlight
- 18 lumens on low
- 4000 lumens on turbo
- 200 hours on low, 12 hours on mid, 4 hours on high, 1 hour 15 minutes on turbo
- 4 x 18650 rechargeable Li-ion batteries (ARB-L2 18650 rechargeable Li-ion batteries recommended), battery charger sold separately or as part of a bundle
- 6 modes, including low, mid, high, turbo, strobe and SOS, dual button switch system on neck
- 606 meters beam distance, with an 80 degree plus beam angle
- 17.99 ounces without batteries
- Length/Measurements: 7.28 inches in length, 2.06 inches in diameter
- Aircraft-grade aluminum with premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish, toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating, 3 x CREE XM-L (U2) LEDs
- Black body, white light
- Body tube segments, battery holders, lanyard, spare O-rings, battery charger
- Limited lifetime warranty
- Impact resistant up to 1 meter
- IPX-8 waterproof up to 2 meters, digitally regulated output, low-voltage warning function, reverse polarity protection, 92,000 candela, flat tail for standing
- First available on July 5, 2013
The TK 75 is comparable to the Nitecore TM26 and the Thrunite TN36.
The TM 26 has a equal lumen count, at 4000 lumens, and a higher impact rating at 1.5 meters, but it has a wider diameter, its lowest lumen count is only 3 lumens, the range of the beam is 454 meters, less than that of the Fenix model, and it only has a peak beam intensity of 51,000 candela.
The TN 36 almost triples the Fenix’s lumen output on its turbo mode, is more compact, has an impact resistance of 2 meters, and is a lighter weight, but the TK 75 has a much longer range, and has well over 4 times the candela as the Thrunite model.
Though all three are excellent flashlights with high ratings and many positive reviews, for a quality flashlight for multiple uses, and a price that can’t be beat, the TK 75 is the best of the group.
The durable body and high waterproofing make it a great flashlight for use when camping, hunting, or performing any type of search and rescue missions. It can be bought on its own, or often as a bundle with the batteries and charger for added convenience.
Though too big for a pants pocket, it can be carried easily in a bag or backpack, or stored in an emergency kit for use when needed.
- Six light modes
- Uses rechargeable batteries
- 3 CREE LED bulbs for a long range and wide angle
- Not very compact