Fenix PD36R Rechargeable Flashlight

Fenix PD36R Rechargeable Flashlight: Great Light for Locksmiths. I use my Fenix Rechargeable Flashlight for night calls and to help see in the drill hole when opening locks or safes.



Fenix PD36R Rechargeable Flashlight

Designed for tactical and professional applications, the Fenix PD36R Tactical Flashlight has an assortment of different features, including a max output of 1600 Lumens on the turbo setting which casts a beam distance of 928 feet. In terms of size, the light is only 5.35 inches in length and 1.04 inches in diameter.  Made with a high-strength aluminum, this powerful flashlight can handle the elements and a drops of 1.5 meters on all sides. To protect all that functionality, the Fenix PD36R has been IP68 waterproof rated, allowing it to withstand being underwater up to 6.5 feet for 30 minutes. A quick tap of the PD36R’s rear tactical switch will instantly activate the flashlight, while a full press will leave the flashlight turned on. Do you need more power? No need to worry; Fenix has integrated an all-new ARB-L21-5000 mAh (21700) rechargeable battery with the Fenix PD36R that lasts longer than the typical 18650 battery. This new battery can be quickly charged with the included USB Type-C charging cable that plugs right into the flashlights charging port. Battery status can be seen on the flashlights side switch which lets you know when it’s time to charge your torch. Carrying the Fenix PD36R is a breeze with the innovative two-way body clip that attaches to backpacks, belts, and clothes. Upon purchasing the Fenix PD36R Tactical rechargeable flashlight, you will receive a durable holster, lanyard, O-ring, battery, charging cable and user manual

Fenix PD36R Rechargeable Flashlight
Fenix PD36R Rechargeable Flashlight


  • LUMINUS SST-40 LED with 50,000 hour lifespan
  • 1600 Lumen max output
  • USB Type-C charging
  • Battery Level indicator
    • Solid Green – 100%-85% capacity
      Flashing Green – 84%-50%
      Solid Red – 50%-25%
      Flashing Red – 25%-1%
  • Dual Switch Operation
  • High-strength Aluminum Body
  • Premium type HAIII Hard anodized anti-abrasive finish
  • PD36R Outputs
    • Turbo – 1600 Lumens, 2.9 hours, 928 ft
    • High – 800 Lumens, 5.9 hours, 646 ft
    • Med – 350 Lumens, 8.5 hours, 419 ft
    • Low – 150 Lumens, 26 hours, 269 ft
    • Eco – 30 Lumens, 115 hours, 114 ft
    • Strobe – 1600 Lumens
  • 21700 Battery Included
  • Two-way body clip
  • Compact body design
  • IP68 Waterproof rating (6.5 feet for 30 minutes)
    • Inner waterproofing protects from water damage even with the dust cover removed
  • Withstands 5 ft. drop on all sides
Fenix PD36R Rechargeable Flashlight
Fenix PD36R Rechargeable Flashlight


  • Included: Fenix ARB-L21-5000 Rechargeable 5000mAh 21700 battery
  • Compatible: One 21700 battery or one 18650 battery (using ALF-18 battery holder)


  • Length: 5.35 Inches
  • Diameter: 1.1 Inch
  • Weight: 3.0 Ounces


  • Fenix PD36R flashlight
  • Fenix E01 V2.0
  • 21700 Rechargeable Battery (5000 mAh)
  • Two way pocket clip
  • USB Type C charging cable
  • Lanyard
  • Holster
  • Spare O-ring
  • User manual


Extended Runtimes
With an all-new Luminus SST40 LED and upgraded 21700 battery, the Fenix PD36R has longer extended runtimes that surpass its predecessors like the PD35 and PD35 TAC. It may be hard to believe that a flashlight so compact can have such good runtimes. The 30 lumens of the ECO mode will last for a total of 115 hours! What is even more exciting is the 2.9 hours you get with a mind-blowing 1600 lumens. These extended runtimes are perfect for anyone that uses their flashlight for work, such as home inspectors or police officers.

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Fenix PD36R Rechargeable Flashlight

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