Reviews — fenix
Posted by Zak Wilson on
Fenix's TK61 is a serious tool for serious work. It's not the longest throwing thrower, but at 824 meters, it's not terribly far off. History The TK61 shares its body tube and battery carrier with the multi-emitter TK75. It was purpose-built as a dedicated thrower, and seriously overengineered for predictable extended use. If Olight's M3XS-UT Javelot is a hot-rod, the TK61 is a semi truck. Philosophy of Use The TK61 is not meant for casual use. This is a light for people who need to see long distances in the dark for extended periods of time. It's suitable for search and...
Posted by Best Light on
The TK16 is one of Fenix's latest TK Series light and the first of its kind for them with its dual tail-switch featuring instant access to Strobe. This feature is very useful for self defense situations when needing to disorientate your target is a must. This application would be well suited for Law Enforcement and Security Officers but would also be a great light to keep at your night stand to use for any situation that may arise. Manufacturer Specs/Features Uses Cree XM-L2 U2 LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours Powered by one 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery or two...
Posted by Christian Fyffe on
This is Best Light's first true showdown between headlamps! We start with Fenix's HL50, Olight's H15S Wave, Petzl's Tactikka +, and Streamlight's Argo headlamps. Written by the ever-enjoyable mcfarlie, we are glad that he loves to do these reviews. His Reddit post, $50 Headlamp Reviews and Comparison, is a great read. If you are looking for a headlamp in the $50 range you should definitely check it out.