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Rental Fenix tk40 - world's highest powered by aa handheld flashlight

Price : $ 5.00 / day
Location : CA 91745 Hacienda Heights
Owner :magnusmu
Account :Individual
Evaluation :Rating 4/5

World's highest powered AA flashlight - 630 Lumens

The TK40 is the latest installment in the TK-Series and is the first Fenix to use Cree's MC-E quad-die, very powerful LED. Powered by eight AA batteries and boasting 630 lumens of output, the TK-40 is the ultimate portable, long-range illumination tool for the backpacker, explorer, and flashlight lover.

The TK40 is the world's brightest, AA-powered flashlight. Its optimized reflector enables it to throw a wall of light for over 300 meters. All of this luminosity is sealed tight in a waterproof, durable, and strong aluminum body that measures in at just 208mm long.

The TK40 has two different modes of output, each with four different levels - a total of eight different outputs.

  • Its primary modes are constant-on: Turbo (630 lumens), Low (13 lumens), Medium (93 lumens), and High (277 lumens).
  • Its secondary modes are strobe/flash: Strobe, Slow Flash, SOS, and Fast Flash.

The TK40 also has intelligent circuitry that will memorize your last-used primary mode.

No batteries included in rental.

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Daily price $ 5.00
Weekend Price $ 10.00
Weekly price $ 35.00
Monthly price $ 140.00
Accepted Payments
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Deposit $ 175.00
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Evaluation as a Owner (2)
Fantastic renter. Really easy. I couldn't recommend more highly.Rating 5/5walloon2010-08-30 8:02 pm
Item #81432
There was some confusion on the collection dates and some missed emails on some of my questions prior to the collection date.Owner missed some phone calls too, after everything was sort out it were fast and easy.Rating 3/5miscr2009-05-06 2:29 am
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