The TAC version of the Fenix PD36 adds some thoughtful touches, though. Namely, there’s a mechanical toggle switch on the tail.
At an overall length of 5.5 inches, the Fenix PD36 TAC will be very useful for longer gun scenarios. The rated throw of almost 900 feet support that, too!
The TAC version sees an emitter change from the original. Here we see a Luminus SST-70 emitter, churning out 3000 lumens on Turbo.
And we don’t doubt the claim made by Fenix here. Fenix has proven to included reliable specifications for their flashlights.
There are two mode groups available. One is suited to tactical uses, and has only High and Strobe. The other is labeled “Duty Mode” and has the full range of five outputs.
While the Fenix PD36 TAC doesn’t have built-in charging (nor should it), the cell that’s included does. The light runs on a single 21700 cell, and the included cell has a USB-C charge port.
One more interesting note, which we’ve stated above – the tail rotation switch is mechanical, which Fenix touts as a means for reducing external interference. It’s possible to face those interferences with magnetic switches, for example.
For further specifications, please see the following gallery.
We’re excited to see the PD36 TAC get to the users, and know it’s going to be a stand out performer.
The Fenix PD36 TAC is available now at Fenix-Store.com for $99.95.