Fenix CL20R vs Fenix CL25R!
Fenix CL20R VS Fenix CL25R
|Model||Fenix CL20R||Fenix CL25R|
|Price||Rs. 3,500||Rs. 4,800|
|Output||300 Lumens||350 Lumens|
|Beam Diameter||40 feet||82 feet|
|Red Light||Yes. 1.5 Lumens||Yes. 1.5 Lumens|
|LED||Neutral White & Red||Cool White & Red|
|Water Rating||IP66 rated||IPX-8 rated|
|Number of Outputs||4 normal modes + Red||4 normal modes + Red|
|Color||Blue or Orange||Black or Olive|
|Length||2.8 inches||2.0 inches|
Either of these lanterns can certainly do the jobs needed. Both have a magnetic bottom and a D-ring for use. One special feature about the CL25R is that it has a tripod socket so you can easily set this light up for the perfect lighting for photography or just to light up the campfire. A big advantage that the CL20R has over the CL25R is that the LED is a neutral white light which is much better for color rendering as well as creating a nice, smooth beam. Both lights have a single switch for operation. One reason why the CL20R will be the winner in my opinion is that the magnet on the Fenix CL20R is much more powerful and has a wider surface area compared to the Fenix CL25R. The CL25R has a small round magnet, which is powerful, but the CL20R has nearly the whole entire bottom as a magnet. So if you looking for a great lantern for working on a car or even at a campfire, the CL20R will be perfect. With the magnet bottom for working on a car and then the D-ring to hang the light around the campfire.
We would advise the CL25R a better usage at home. It runs longer, has a 360 degrees lighting.
You also get a 2 years warranty.
For home use: Definitely the CL25R
I want to purchase laterns for home. Which is better for home? Please advice me.
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