Fenix raises the bar with the LD75C, which not only sends a clear signal with ridiculous 420
0 lumens of white light, but also features usable illumination in red (140 lumens), green (190 lumens) and blue (45 lumens) with secondary LEDs, and all this at an overall length of barely 16cm. 4 type 18650 rechargeable batteries or 8 CR123 standard batteries (not included) supply the energy. In an emergency, the light can also be operated with half the batteries at half the white light output and the same runtime. 4 additional white light levels with 40/200/600/1800 lumens plus strobe. Blue-red warning blinker. Remaining capacity is displayed by colored LEDs in rechargeable battery mode. Equipped with these features, the LD75C has the greatest versatility in this light class, and additionally compels with its outstanding price-performance ratio. Shipped with holster, spare gasket, and carrying strap. Hard-anodized aluminum housing, water-proof as per IPX-8. Length: 158 mm. Dia.: 74 mm (head) / 52 mm (body). Weight 430 g. Note: the user manual unfortunately has an error. Contrary to the instructions, the rechargeable batteries are not all inserted with the plus pole in the direction of the light head. The light body has plus/minus markings along the upper edge (with screw-on cap removed) that show the correct orientation. Please insert the rechargeable batteries according to this marking.