The Fenix UC35 is extremely compact, waterproof, and is made of highly durable materials. Despite its small size, it offers multiple light modes, ranging from 14 lumens on its lowest Eco mode to a powerful 960 lumens on both turbo and strobe. It is great for outdoor use of any kind, whether on a calm clear night or during a heavy rainstorm, and will never fail and leave you in the dark.
Overall what has really impressed me about this flashlight is that it comes truly fully loaded and ready to go, batteries, charger and even the belt pouch has been included. Its always good to know that there is a great tactical flashlight for the money out there for people like you and I to buy and of course to review.
- Pocket-sized rechargeable flashlight
- 14 lumens low
- 960 lumens high
- 150 hours on Eco, 38 hours on low, 9.25 hours on mid, 2 hours 40 minutes on high, 1.5 hours on turbo
- 1 x 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery (included), or two CR123A 3 Volt batteries, micro-USB charging for the 18650 battery
- Modes/Switch Type: 6 modes, including Eco, low, mid, high, turbo and strobe, tactical tail switch with momentary-on function
- Maximum range of 200 meters
- 3.5 ounces without battery
- 5.9 inches in length, 1 inch in diameter
- Aircraft-grade aluminum with a premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish, toughened ultra-clear glass lens with an anti-reflective coating, CREE XM-L2 U2 LED bulb
- Black body, white light
- USB cable, USB power adapter, holster
- 15 day replacement for defects, 24 months of free repair
- Impact resistant up to 1 meter
- IPX-8 Standard waterproof up to 2 meters, reverse polarity protection, over-heat protection, anti-roll and slip-resistant body, low-power warning function
The Fenix UC35 can be compared with the Nitecore MH20 and the Olight S30R Javelot. The Nitecore is lighter and smaller in length, though it is a bit wider at the head. It has a higher lumen level at 1000 lumens, and comes with tail-stand capability, but its lowest lumen level is only 1 lumen, much less than the UC35’s lowest output.
The Olight has a higher range at 264 meters, and comes with a charging dock for the flashlight, but it is heavier at 4.3 ounces, and has lower lumen levels, the brightest at 900 lumens, and the lowest output at only 1 lumen. Both are excellent lights, great for work or play, but the UC35 has a simpler function, is quite durable, and a higher output on its lowest level.
The Fenix UC35 has been rated 4.9 stars. Though compact, it still has a highly durable body and a powerful 960 lumen output. The multiple modes make it perfect for any outdoor situation, and it is so small it can travel anywhere without issue. Whether used during tactical situations or just as a handy little flashlight for walking well-travelled camping trails, this light is perfect, and simple enough for even a child to use.
- Multiple light modes
- Rechargeable batteries
- No available accessories