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Fenix TK41 Flashlight

high performance LED flashlight with 4 brightness levels and 900 lumens in high, dual switches makes brightness selection easy, beam range of 1,673 feet.....$129.95

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At a Glance

Output: 900-10 lumens
Battery Type: AA
Run Time: 2.75-240 hrs

Feature: high lumen AA flashlight
Dimensions: 8.4"L x 2.5" x 1.6"
Material: Anodized aluminum

The Fenix TK41 is a high brightness LED flashlight with 900 lumens in turbo mode - shines a beam up to 1,673 feet (510 meters). In total, the Fenix TK41 has 4 easily accessible brightness levels. Simply press the right switch for constant on/off and use the left switch to select the brightness level. The TK41 always turns on in the last brightness level selected. The Fenix TK41 also has 2 flashing modes - disorienting strobe and SOS.

What you get: Fenix TK41 900 lumen flashlight, 2 spare O-rings and lanyard (batteries not included)

Features of Fenix TK41 High Performance LED flashlight:
• Cree brand XM-L2 (U2) LED with an approximate lifetime of 50,000 hrs
• 4 brightness levels plus strobe and SOS (tested using 2500mAH NiMH batteries)
     Turbo - 900 lumens, 2.75 hour runtime
     High - 365 lumens, 8.25 hour runtime
     Medium - 120 lumens, 27 hour runtime
     Low - 15 lumens, 240 hour runtime
• shines up to 510 meters (1,673 feet)
• digitally regulated to maintain more consistent output over the life of the batteries
• aircraft grade aluminum construction with Type III hard anodized finish
• ultra clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
• waterproof to IPX-8 standard (submerged in 2 meters of water for 30 minutes)
• dual pushbutton switches
     press the right button for on/off (no momentary on)
     press the left button to select output (sequence is low-med-high-turbo)
     double click right button for flashing then use left switch to select strobe or SOS
• measures 8.4" long x 2.5" head diameter x 1.6" body diameter
• weighs 17.3 oz with batteries
• powered by 8 AA batteries - alkaline or rechargeable NiMH rechargeable (batteries not included)
• the TK41 will always turn on in the brightness level that was used last (for over 2 seconds)
• includes Fenix TK41, lanyard and spare O-rings (batteries not included)
• made in China
• limited 1 year warranty through BrightGuy
     Note: damage due to battery leakage is not covered under warranty. Use of lithium ion
     rechargeable batteries voids the warranty.

Battery

AA

Dimensions

8.4"L x 2.5" x 1.6"

Lamp Type

Cree XM-L2 (U2) LED

Light Output

900-10 lumens

Weight w/ Batteries

17.3 oz

Run Time

2.75-240 hrs

Focus Type

Fixed

On/Off

Pushbutton

Material

Anodized aluminum

Origin

made in China

Warranty

limited 1 year warranty through BrightGuy


Rating:

I've had my light since mid 2012 & man what a reliable & powerful flashlight it is. I did notice that mine will run on 4 batteries or 8 batteries which is a big + if your in a pinch for batteries. Also the past several days (5 or so) the temps have been High of 15 to 18 degrees F. & I went and got my flashlight from my truck & I'm now using it at 335 lumen level for the past 3 hrs. & still going good-considering I have not used it for more than 2 months. I did have the problem with the batteries draining while the flashlight was not being used, but as soon as I discovered the NMhd rechargeable batts that are using ION Retention technology(they hold approx. 80% of charge for 1 year) I did not have the discharging problem anymore.

Nick
Chicago area

- nick, chicago area

Submitted on December 11, 2013


Rating:

Nice light, the fact that it uses AA batteries makes it easy to always have separate batteries on hand. Plenty bright and easy to adjust brightness levels. Only fault is that over time will run batteries down, so I just unscrew tail cap partially so batteries don't make contact.

- ray, MD

Submitted on November 9, 2012


Rating:

This is another great light from Fenix. Ive had mine for about a month now and have had no problems, this light is a great thrower and the AAs have lasted forever. Thanks Brightguy!!

- M.J., Covington, GA

Submitted on December 13, 2011


Rating:

I've had this light for a number of weeks now. All I can say is wow. It's extremely bright, built very well, has a two switch user interface I like, and it runs on common AA batteries. I just can't find any faults with this light. If you need lots of light in a rugged housing, you won't be disappointed in the Fenix TK41.

- Bill K, Mentor

Submitted on July 28, 2011


Rating:

The best flashlight i have ever owned..and i own quite a few..well made..love the different levels of brightness..it feels just right in the hand..the switch is perfect when i have gloves on..and this light will outlive me! for the price and the quality this is the way to go!

- Rich, Allegany,NY

Submitted on January 19, 2011


Rating:

One thing is correct about any and all reviews (here and on the ‘net) is the fact that this light is BRIGHT. (Did I mention it’s cotton pickin’ BRIGHT?) The beam is perfectly even, and does reach waaaaay out there too. You can walk 500 feet away from someone holding the light, and easily read a newspaper.

I have a 3 D-cell Maglight with a 140 lumen Terralux conversion installed. By the TK40’s second level of brightness, it’s already starting to embarrass the converted Maglight. (We won’t even talk about a Maglight with a pathetic OEM bulb) The side spill is much wider from the TK40, and that lights up a large area the tighter Maglight beam misses. At about 175 feet away, the TK40 lights up a 30 foot circle with the main beam, and everything around to 75+ feet wide with the spill. It’s a nice beam to walk with or to search an area. (Dark yard, warehouse, etc.) The TK40’s light is also a lot ‘warmer’ looking than the cold blue Terralux conversion. It has a nice spectrum.

I have read a few reviews here and there with complaints about its size too. Oh, please. I was expecting something unwieldy after reading those reviews, but when it showed up in the UPS box, I found a light that’s over four inches shorter than a 3 D-cell Maglight, but otherwise has about the same form factor. People, this is NOT a pocket light… if you want a small, bright every day carry (EDC) light, then buy a Fenix P3D, Surefire P6, etc.

I’ve also read complaints about the way it operates. For me, it was very easy to figure out, and it works well. I really like how it ‘remembers’ what level it was on… there’s no ramping it back up thru the levels like a P3D. The switch is not a click on/off type, it’s a momentary click. So… to ramp up to the next level, you merely push in and hold the button down. The light will momentarily shut off, then restart in the next higher output level. (Takes about half a second) There’s no partially button pushing such as with a P3D. The light then turns on at that same level with any future use. Getting a strobe function is just double clicking the button like a computer mouse.

So far, I seldom use the full tilt Bozo output of 630 lumens. The third level of 277 lumens is more than enough to hose down an area the size of an auditorium with photons. Nothing/nobody can hide from that level of light within 100 yards with the TK40’s beam reach. The full output is handy for seeing what’s hiding in a forest tree line 250 yards away, but overkill for much less. (Other than the ‘wow factor’ when comparing lights with your buddies) Hitting a reflective road sign on full power will blind you. Turning the light off in a dark place after walking around on full power will make you stumble as your night vision is GONE, and you can see NOTHING.

The build quality is typical Fenix. I usually don’t like lights with battery carriers, but the AA holder in this light is high quality. There’s machined and black anodized aluminum rods with clear and easy to see laser etched markings for battery polarity alignment. The clear plastic end caps are twice as thick as the typical battery carrier in a cheap light. The carrier contacts appear to be gold plated.

The grip knurling is not deep and ‘spiky’ like a Surefire, but good enough for a secure grip. The case tube, head, and end cap threads are clean cut. (Low quality lights always seem to have been threaded by a machine with dull cutters) The TK40 is also a lot lighter than a 3 D-cell Maglight. The AA’s compared to heavier D’s might have something to do with it, especially with only a two battery length compared to three D cells stacked in the Maglight, so you won’t be using the TK40 for a billy club.

My only teeny-tiny complaint is that the head diameter is about 1/16 of an inch larger than a 3-D Maglight. That aces out using my slide-on red traffic wand with it. That’s not a big deal as I can just add a short tube or otherwise make an adaptor for the traffic wand attachment.

- Craig Ueltzen, Eastern Washington state

Submitted on August 20, 2009


Rating:

The TK40 is in a whole new class of led lights. With its quad-die MC-E emitter, it produces more than twice the light of any regular led light...even more than most 10 watt HID lights. Plus, unlike the HID lights.... you do not have to wait for the light to spool up to full brightness. The light is also great because it is versital...it is not just "BRIGHT" it has a very wide spillbeam to light up the whole trail when you are hiking...and has a very usable low and medium level. High is as bright if not brighter than the brightest single die leds (over 200 lumens) and Turbo jumps to over 500 lumens. The main weakness that most of the New 4 die lights have is that the beam has what looks like a donut hole in the middle of it. Some people do not mind this that much...my last 4 die light before the TK40 had this...and it DROVE ME NUTS! Somehow Fenix has made a 4 die led light where the donut disappears after about 2 feet. So when you use this light...you have a bright big spot that will light stuff up 300 yards away...without a hole in the middle. Great job Fenix. I also like that the light has hidden (accessed by double clicking the tailswitch when the light is on) strobe,sos and locator flash functions. They are there...but only when you want them...you do not have to cycle through them when using the light. The light also remembers the last level you were on...and comes back on at that level. So if you are walking through the dark house with the light on LOW at night and turn it off...you will not be blinded with 500 lumens when you turn it back on...a nice touch. So, the TK40 is a super bright and versital light that runs on cheap AA rechargable Enerloops...or even alkalines in a pinch...no expensive hard to find batteries needed. It will tailstand so it can be used as a lantern in a power outage which is nice too.
Check one of these lights out...If you have not owned a 500- lumen light before...you really owe it to yourself to pick one up.

- brad wood, arixona

Submitted on April 23, 2009


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P/N: TK41; UPC: 6942840302164 Fenix TK41 High Performance LED flashlight, Black

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high performance LED flashlight with 4 brightness levels and 900 lumens in high, dual switches makes brightness selection easy, beam range of 1,673 feet.....$129.95

$129.95

 


The Fenix TK41 is a high brightness LED flashlight with 900 lumens in turbo mode - shines a beam up to 1,673 feet (510 meters). In total, the Fenix TK41 has 4 easily accessible brightness levels. Simply press the right switch for constant on/off and use the left switch to select the brightness level. The TK41 always turns on in the last brightness level selected. The Fenix TK41 also has 2 flashing modes - disorienting strobe and SOS.

What you get: Fenix TK41 900 lumen flashlight, 2 spare O-rings and lanyard (batteries not included)

Features of Fenix TK41 High Performance LED flashlight:
• Cree brand XM-L2 (U2) LED with an approximate lifetime of 50,000 hrs
• 4 brightness levels plus strobe and SOS (tested using 2500mAH NiMH batteries)
     Turbo - 900 lumens, 2.75 hour runtime
     High - 365 lumens, 8.25 hour runtime
     Medium - 120 lumens, 27 hour runtime
     Low - 15 lumens, 240 hour runtime
• shines up to 510 meters (1,673 feet)
• digitally regulated to maintain more consistent output over the life of the batteries
• aircraft grade aluminum construction with Type III hard anodized finish
• ultra clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
• waterproof to IPX-8 standard (submerged in 2 meters of water for 30 minutes)
• dual pushbutton switches
     press the right button for on/off (no momentary on)
     press the left button to select output (sequence is low-med-high-turbo)
     double click right button for flashing then use left switch to select strobe or SOS
• measures 8.4" long x 2.5" head diameter x 1.6" body diameter
• weighs 17.3 oz with batteries
• powered by 8 AA batteries - alkaline or rechargeable NiMH rechargeable (batteries not included)
• the TK41 will always turn on in the brightness level that was used last (for over 2 seconds)
• includes Fenix TK41, lanyard and spare O-rings (batteries not included)
• made in China
• limited 1 year warranty through BrightGuy
     Note: damage due to battery leakage is not covered under warranty. Use of lithium ion
     rechargeable batteries voids the warranty.

 


Battery

AA

Dimensions

8.4"L x 2.5" x 1.6"

Lamp Type

Cree XM-L2 (U2) LED

Light Output

900-10 lumens

Weight w/ Batteries

17.3 oz

Run Time

2.75-240 hrs

Focus Type

Fixed

On/Off

Pushbutton

Material

Anodized aluminum

Origin

made in China

Warranty

limited 1 year warranty through BrightGuy

 


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