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Fenix E05 85-Lumens Flashlight (Black) EXPIRED

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REI has Fenix E05 85-Lumens Flashlight (Black) for $12.59. Select in-store pickup where stock permits, otherwise, shipping is $5.99 or free on orders $50+. Thanks Cookie21 and vw971

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  • This flashlight is powered by a single AAA battery (included). Features 3 light modes with ipx-8 waterproofing. -johnny_miller

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  • Perfect for hiking, camping, traveling, EDC, etc
  • Anti-abrasive finish waterproof to IPX-8 standard
  • Powered by a single AAA battery (included), easy to find and affordable
  • E05 provides 3 modes with 85 max lumens (ANSI certified) of light from amazing 2.6 Inch body
  • Light provides wide beam of light that will reach over 148 ft
  • Waterproof to ipx-8 standard, 2 meters for 30 minutes
  • Body size: 2.6" (Length) x .6" (Diameter); less than an ounce, waterproof to ipx-8 standard
  • Powered by a single AAA battery (included), easy to find and affordable
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Must resist the urge lol.
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My last Fenix single AAA battery flashlight lasted only couple years with minimal usage.
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My last Fenix single AAA battery flashlight lasted only couple years with minimal usage.
5 year warranty, no? Did you replace?
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5 year warranty, no? Did you replace?
Don't have receipt anymore. Not sure when the actual date of purchase and probably cost slightly less than $10 back then. Combine with the date of purchase, the couple years I use it and the time I put it away after it didn't turn on, not sure if it is already 5 years.
If need to pay to ship back, not worth it.
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Usually ships within 2 to 5 weeks. Wink
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Why would you want a 85 lumen flashlight for $12? Plenty of other brighter flashlights out there for less.
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Why would you want a 85 lumen flashlight for $12? Plenty of other brighter flashlights out there for less.
Because some people have tiny hands.
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Why would you want a 85 lumen flashlight for $12? Plenty of other brighter flashlights out there for less.
Same reason you might pay $50 for a 400 lumen Fenix, they're very high quality.
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Same reason you might pay $50 for a 400 lumen Fenix, they're very high quality.
Ok, that makes more sense and I kind of get it. But, what does that mean in a flashlight? I have a Thorfire I got off Amazon on a slickdeal. I think it was about $14 or something and it's close to 900 lumens and it is very well made as well.

What's the difference in quality?
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Why would you want a 85 lumen flashlight for $12? Plenty of other brighter flashlights out there for less.
This thing is small enough to fit in your coin pocket, and on its lowest setting will run for a long time. I love mine. I held it in my mouth yesterday while working on a breaker panel.
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You can find the same price at REI too
https://www.rei.com/product/88192...flashlight
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It's still alive and there's also REI.
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