The LD41’s 2015 upgrade takes the same durable and high-tech platform and upgrades it with even more power. Now capable of producing 960 lumens in its highest mode, this AA-powered flashlight competes with the highest level of LED devices. Search and rescue teams have come to appreciate the ability to use readily available AA’s without sacrificing output.
The LD41’s dual tail-switch interface is designed to be comfortably used with one hand, even when wearing bulky gloves. A half-press of the main switch engages a momentary on that will activate the most recent mode. The smaller mode witch cycles through the various output modes in order to achieve the ideal illumination for your situation.
Fenix strives to make all of its lights as rugged as possible. That means using high-quality materials and precise techniques to ensure it will hold up against corrosion, impacts, heat, cold, and moisture. Rubber O-ring seals help this light to meet IPX-8 waterproofing standards, meaning it can be completely submerged in up to 2 meters of water for up to 30 minutes.
**NOTICE: The LD41 will automatically enter into the High brightness level from the Turbo brightness level after a 30-minute working time with the security setting. So the runtime of the Turbo brightness level is the accumulated time.
|**The above-mentioned parameters (lab-tested with 2500mAh Ni-MH batteries) are approximate and may vary between flashlights, batteries, and environments.|