Now That is Different! – Fenix TK25 R&B (Blue/Red) Flashlight – Review

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Today Luke is reviewing the Fenix TK25 Red and Blue Flashlight! This is certainly….different!

Link Fenix : https://www.fenixlighting.com/product/fenix-tk25-rb-blue-red-light-flashlight/

Price : Retail $120 but prices vary all over the net; At the time of filming, I saw them for around $90.

Weight : 7.1oz with 18650 battery

NOTE : On amazon I have seen a couple of listing which the reviewers state that the flashlight that they received were knockoffs so make sure that you are purchasing an authentic product. I have also seen a warning about fraudulent sellers on the Fenix web site which you should check out.

Battery life is dependent on a 3,500 mAh Battery
· Uses Cree XP-G2 S3 and XP-E2 (red & blue) LED’s with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
· Powered by one 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery or two 3V CR123A Lithium batteries
· Free switching between white, red and blue lights
· Compatible with AER-03 remote pressure switch
· Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery insertion
· Tactical tail switch for momentary activation
· Functional tail switch for output selection and strobe activation
· Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminum
· Premium type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
· Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with an anti-reflective coating
· Titanium pocket clip
· Very versatile light with multipurpose applications. Hunters will find it useful with the red setting for a “kill light”, the blue setting for map reading and movement at night, and the white setting for going in and setting up before dawn or withdrawing after dark.

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Pros :
Excellent fit and finish
Excellent quality
Excellent battery life
Innovative design
No glitches

Cons :
It is pricey but you are getting your monies worth
No battery included

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Comments

billy blaze says:

Great job as always.
I wonder if the head might loosen up after extended use and accidently twist to another color.
I would like to have a sub 100. good tactical gun mountable optional trigger option flashlight around 1000 lumens. I am using a nitecore now but I think it’s only like 900 lumens or maybe even 800, pretty good light though

Preupload says:

Kek

mobiltec says:

$120 for a flash light. LMAO…

Dave's Skillet says:

Hey Luke

Charlie Morrow says:

Nice

Toyota Toncray says:

What about the sheath?

David Bock says:

Luke. Your honesty inspires. Thanks for not being a ThruNite whore. Too bad so many of your peers have fallen for that.

American Axe & Tool Co says:

Our law enforcement organization got one of these in the mail from some outfit..we use stream light uses a CR 123 battery…Those are not cheap…

Brent dela Cruz says:

Awesome! Keep up the great work!

Kyle Szarzynski says:

You the man

Alan Free says:

Great flashlight, Luke! Long battery life!

cyclist james says:

was that a cat you was shining the torch at?

Kaylynn Strain says:

it’s cool that this light has 2 red brightness settings, killer looking light

tan hock jun says:

Hi Luke,how about multi tool review?

ONETIME OUTDOORS Dj Rayner says:

Very nice man thank you for the video and information

Mike Boone says:

OPPS should of watched it all before stupid comment.

Larry Kramer says:

Why don’t you review a Chinese flashlight from ebay or wherever that will cost 25% of the name-brand item that is probably made in China anyway. Be ready to wait a while for delivery if it comes direct from China, probably by slow boat.

Andyb2379 says:

I want one Luke – where can I purchase in the U.K. ?

limchoonteck1 says:

I am a fan of fenix! I had a small collection of lights. Good quality, durable and lots of different designs to choose from. They are more “conservative” then some, more practical maybe?

Mike Boone says:

Light reviews should be after Sun Set. If you do it you will be the only one doing it.

Rex Clair says:

Thank you so much for your product reviews! I’m new to backpacking and your review on the Teton scout backpack and Teton mountain ultra tent led me to purchase them as my first items of gear! Thanks for your help and advice!

J Atyeo says:

I use Fenix on my caving helmet. Good lights

MrOldclunker says:

BS! just patronize me. BS!

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