Fenix UC35 Micro-USB Rechargeable Cree XM-L2 LED Flashlight (960 Lumens)

MSRP: $109.95
Our Price: $89.95
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Item #BHQ-26419


  • Modes:6
  • Max Output:960 Lumens
  • Max Runtime:150 Hours
  • Peak Beam Intensity:10000 Candela
  • Beam Distance:200 Meters
  • Impact Resistance:1 Meter
  • Water Resistance:IPX-8
  • LED Type:CREE XM-L2
  • Battery Type:18650, CR123
  • Batteries Included:Yes
  • Switch:Tail Cap, Side Switch
  • Length:6.00"
  • Head Diameter:1.00"
  • Material:Aluminum
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:3.50 oz.
  • Brand:Fenix
  • Model:UC35
  • Model Number:UC35L2BK
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Product Type:Flashlight


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Combining the ease of a built in Micro-USB charging system and the high output a Cree XM-L2 LED, the UC35 is an easy choice for all your lighting needs. The Fenix UC35 has a tail cap switch for on and momentary-on along with a side switch for rapid mode selection. Includes a high power 18650 rechargeable Li-ion battery, charging cable, and nylon holster.

Mode: Output / Runtime

  • Turbo: 960 lumens / 1.5 hours
  • High: 480 lumens / 2.67 hours
  • Mid: 180 lumens / 9.25 hours
  • Low: 50 lumens / 38 hours
  • Eco: 14 lumens / 150 hours
  • Strobe: 960 lumens


Customer Reviews

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Best flashlight I've ever owned.
Samuel M.
Alright, don't normally write reviews, but I've had this light for 2 years now and still love it as much as when I bought it. I recommend this light to people all the time but when I checked and saw it only has 1 review (2 stars) I had to write my own experience.

It's hands down the best flashlight you can get for under $100. The size is perfect, it doesn't have a giant head like a lot of powerful lights. Instead, it is slim from the end to the tip, so it carries in your pocket a lot better. The power is great, you don't need the full 960 lumens most of the time but it's nice to have for bragging rights and being able to support that power means it lasts a lot longer on the lower settings. The biggest selling point was that it doesn't use the tailswitch to cycle through modes, instead it has a side switch for that, but you still turn it on and off with the tailswitch. That way you don't have to worry about bumping it on in your pocket and burning your leg.

I'd say ignore the guy that claims the recharge port just stops working, you could try a different charger (I found that some chargers struggle to fit in the port) or try cleaning it out. Use a q-tip with some rubbing alcohol to clean the connectors and maybe use some compressed air to blow out dust, but it does have a rubber cover to prevent the charging port from getting dirty so I haven't had to do that, still works fine after 2 years.
You get what you pay for ....
Joshua M.
First of all, the turbo mode at 960 lumens is *ridiculously* bright, turns night into day. The strobe function is awesome, it's one that changes pattern frequency back and forth like a police light. It also has five different brightness settings that you can easily cycle through by pressing the selector button. 'Eco' mode is about as bright as a cheap flashlight from the hardware store, 'low' is about as bright as an average flashlight, 'mid' is about as bright as a high-intensity weapon light, 'high' is about as bright as a car headlight, and 'turbo' is as bright as the bleeping sun. The only caveats are that the selector switch can be hard to find by feel so you might have to look at the light to find it until you get used to it, and the strobe function is activated by holding down the selector button for 2 seconds so there's no instant-access like with those lights you press three times for strobe. Also, when the light comes out of the box there's a little piece of plastic inside the light blocking the battery, so that the light doesn't get accidentally activated during shipment or retail display. At first I couldn't get the light to charge or come on 'til I figured out that little plastic plug was in there and removed it. Then all was good. *** Update 8/7/2016*** -- I've had the light for a year and a half, and the recharge port completely stopped working. Now I'm left with nothing to do but get a new flashlight. I'm going to contact the company, but because these things are made in China, I'm not expecting a solution to come from them. I should have just paid more and gotten a Sure-Fire. Go the cheap route, and you're going to have to do it again a year or two later. Buy a Sure-Fire, and you will still have your light for a long time. The Sure Fire I bought in 2003 still works just fine, it's just obsolete. Looks like I'll be getting the latest one now .... ***Update 8/11/2016*** Yep, I emailed Fenix and wouldn't ya know, they ignored me.
Blade HQ response:
We're very sorry to hear about the trouble you're having. Have you contacted our customer service department yet (info@bladeHQ.com)? We'd like to help you get this resolved. Thanks -BHQ