Sunday, April 5, 2009

Fenix E20 Overview

Short video reviews of the Fenix E20 flashlight with forward clickie.
http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=39973CF19384D7D7
Additional video containing footage and a better explanation of tac-type forward clickies found in the "Illumination Tools Review" video.

Place of Purchase: 4Sevens.com
Price: Around $45.00 with shipping.
Berserker's Overall Rating: 4.5 Stars. If this came with a built-in clip I'd be even happier with it.

Cheers,
PMZ

3 comments:

TristezaCamara said...

Darn sarnit! I just purchased a LED Lenser from Sportsman's Guide that is seemingly put to shame by your Fenix. Though the Lenser was a lifesaver on my most recent psychotic, partial night hike alone (I know, stupid) on the Appalachian trail, it's considerably heavier than the E20 and the grip is raw aluminum. Ouch. And my hand was frozen.
I've been reading your blog for some time and recently deduced from an older post that you're probably from the ABE area. It's refreshing to see someone interested in the outdoors and self-defense in my neck of the woods. I've had a hard time finding anyone to hike and BS with on this level. Hit me up at my email address some time. I have a couple of Khukris from Khukuri House that you may be interested in seeing.

Berserker said...

Hi there,
Yes I am from the ABE area.
I'm sorry to hear of your plight with the Lenser; I've not had any experience with them as of yet.
This one too is raw aluminum, but knurled so it doesn't slip out of your hand.
Hope to see you sometime on the trail!
PMZ
PS--BTW I laughed out loud when I saw your comment about the night-hike on the AT, my Dad and I accidentally did the same thing once (overlate getting to the car) and had to descend the rocks at Little Gap in the dark, without flashlights! I don't know what was wrong with me, that I wouldn't have carried a flashlight or headlamp. Goofy...

Le Loup said...

One blog to cover all does seem more practicle.
Regards.