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"Seek the owner of Fenix LD10 flashlight which sank into Sante Fe River bed for a long time!"

On March 23, 2011, Fenix has received an E-mail from a kindhearted man who comes from America. And the E-mail tell us that when the kindhearted man has a diving in Sante Fe River he located a Fenix LD10 flashlight which sank into Sante Fe River bed for a long time and he would gladly return this Fenix LD10 to its owner.

This kind-hearted man is a police officer and he detected the flashlight when he was on a Scuba Dive trip in Ginnie Springs which is a freshwater spring leaves the Floridian Aquifer and flows into the Sante Fe River. On Saturday, March 19, 2011, when he was at a depth of about 25 feet in the Sante Fe River, near the mouth of the Ginnie Spring, he located a Fenix LD10 flashlight partially covered by bottom debris and has a very minor staining of the finish which indicates it has spent a considerable amount of time resting on the muddy bottom of the Sante Fe River. After cleaning it up, he found that this Fenix LD 10 still works perfectly and it bears serial number 0KPXJU00457. With the hope of locate the owner who may have registered the flashlight for warranty purposes by utilizing the serial number, the kind-hearted man e-mailed to Fenix and told us if we can help him locating the owner , he would gladly return the flashlight.

What to our disappoint is that the customer service of Fenix can only get such information that this flashlight is a piece of Fenix LD 10Q5 flashlight which was sold to America in January 2009, and the owner has forgotten to register in the official website of Fenix. That is to say, this FenixLD 10 can not find its owner currently.

As a result, we hope that all the enthusiasts of Fenix flashlight can help this kind-hearted man seeking the owner of this FenixLD10. We also hope that the lucky owner of this Fenix LD 10 can meet his little LD10 which has been lost and rested on Sante Fe River bed for a long time.

The following is the images send by the kind-hearted man:
揂s you can see from the images that the flashlight has a very minor staining of the finish which indicates it has spent a considerable amount of time resting on the muddy bottom of the Sante Fe River.

After cleaning up it rather nicely, the flashlight still works perfectly.

In the end, we sincerely hope that this FenixLD 10 can return to his owner! And our thanks give anyone who has cherished and took care of the FenixLD10 flashlight. Thank you!