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Fenix have taken a unique approach to the challenge of having both a long narrow beam and a separate wide beam by designing a flashlight that is two flashlights in one! With two separate LED chips, in two separate cavities, it therefore has the capability to have a long narrow beam (up to 425 metres) and it also has the capability to have a wide beam from the second LED. The real beauty is that both LEDs can be used simultaneously to give up to 1800 Lumens max in a long and wide beam.
This is the new Camping Lantern from Fenix. With a max output of 165 Lumens it's quite bright, it's also light and compact and it runs on either 2 x AA batteries (alkaline or NiMH) or 1 x CR123A Lithium battery. When running on CR123A, the flashlight will work down to temperatures of -40 degrees celsius. So it's ready for any weather situation you want to throw at it. It also has a hanging loop and magnetic base for easy hanging, and finally it has a built-in SOS mode and two red leds.