This versatile, rechargeable flashlight works in a variety of configurations, including 1-cell or 2-cell battery modes, as a diffuse area light or a concentrated beam, with white, green, or red light. It also incorporates a power bank, glass breaker, and compass. The G1 Pro model adds a rifle mount. Save 30% in The Awesomer Shop.
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This stick-shaped light is perfect for camping or working on your car. It has a lantern for general lighting, as well as a flashlight for a more focused beam. In addition to its bright mode, the lantern has warm white and mosquito-repellant yellow modes. It’s also got magnets for easy mounting on metal surfaces.
This tiny keychain flashlight punches out plenty of light for its size. Its new 5-sided glowing CSP LED cranks out 150 lumens, providing plenty of illumination with a maximum throw distance of 131 feet. It’s IPX8 waterproof and has a built-in micro-USB rechargeable battery. Comes in black or desert tan.
This head-mounted light helps clearly guide your way in the dark. Its five-beam LED torch lets you choose between its central beam, four smaller beams, or all five at once. It offers crisp white illumination with a max beam length of 820 feet. Save 14% in The Awesomer Shop.
This modular power bank system includes three useful components: a magnetic 80-lumen, high CRI lantern, a 5000mAh rechargeable 21700 battery, and a magnetic charger that can recharge the battery or your phone. The kit includes a hardshell case, and its battery can be used to power other lights such as the i4000R.
This pocket-sized flashlight combines a focused spotlight beam on its tip, and a retractable omnidirectional lantern. It can also stand up thanks to its bell-shaped rubber boot. Its small C4 LED outputs 65 lumens, and runs for up to 6.5 hours on 2 AAA batteries. They also make a 100-lumen penlight version, minus the lantern.
This waterproof aluminum flashlight from Klarus is small but mighty. It measures just 4.75″ long and weighs just 5oz. with the battery, but can crank out an impressive 4000 lumens in its 5-second turbo mode. Runtimes range from 200 hours in its lowest “moonlight” setting down to 1.5 hours at 2000 lumens.
When it comes to pocket tools, steel is great, but titanium is better. It’s durable, lightweight, and corrosion-resistant, and looks great even in raw form. Everyday Carry offers up 14 great flashlights made from titanium, from the diminutive TEC Accessories Pixel Ti, to the powerful and substantial Mechforce Mechtorch Turbo.
Drop’s pocket-sized (2.9″ long) flashlight is not only made out of durable titanium, but it’s also got a sweet metallic blue finish. Its case has a great knurled texture that provides an excellent grip, and its 110-lumen light source comes powered by either a cool CREE XP-G3 or warm Nichia 219C LED. Runs on a single AAA battery.
NEBO’s compact USB rechargeable flashlight offers a 90º rotating swivel head, making it easy to aim and carry no matter what direction you point it in. It has five light modes from 50 to 1000 lumens, a magnetic base for mounting on metal surfaces, and a removable pocket clip.
The CarAIDE is a versatile tool to keep in your car’s trunk. In addition to being able to jumpstart a dead car battery and charge other gadgets via USB, it packs a flashlight, compass, thermometer, hook, emergency rope, emergency alarm, window breaker, seat belt cutter, a strong magnet, and more. Save 20% in The Awesomer Shop.
This super-bright headlamp guides your way out of the darkness with up to 1080 lumens output. It offers up to 10 hours of battery life, three different brightness levels, and a strobe mode. Includes two rechargeable batteries, a carry case with a carabiner, and a USB charging cable.
There are lots of tools out there for breaking a car window in the event of an emergency, but most of them require a good deal of leverage. The LifeString has a spring-loaded steel spike that does the job with the greatest of ease. It also doubles as a 150-lumen flashlight.
Petzl’s headlamp uses an array of seven bright LEDs to cast a smooth 500-lumen beam of light, illuminating the path ahead for evening jogs. Its lightweight headband ensures a comfortable but secure fit. A rear-mounted battery pack helps keep it balanced, while its front-mounted switch makes it easy to turn on and off.
When it comes to a flashlight, can it ever be too bright? Not if you’re a flashlight geek like we are. If you’re looking for the best and brightest lights on the market, look no further than Everyday Carry, who’s picked 14 great models, ranging from 7,500 to a blinding 100,000 lumens.
Get a great deal on ZeroDark’s set of LED lights for all of your outdoor adventures. The trio includes a bright flashlight with six modes and a side flood light, a collapsible lantern, and a head-mounted light perfect for late night hikes. Save 66% off the MSRP in The Awesomer Shop.
Screws often end up in dark locations that are hard to see. Husky’s 8-in-1 precision screwdriver solves that problem by adding a pair of LEDs that project directly down its shaft to illuminate the task at hand. It comes with four small double-ended bits, three of which stow inside the handle.
We’ve featured lots of different flashlights here on The Awesomer, but we really like the convenience of models with built-in rechargeable batteries. Our friends over at Everyday Carry have rounded up their top 12 rechargeable flashlights for 2020, from the diminutive dual-beam Fenix E03R to the crazy bright 3757 lumen ThruNite T2.
If you thought Imalent’s DX80 was bright, you ain’t seen nothing yet. With 18 Cree XHP70 LEDs and a special heat pipe cooling design, the MS18 can push out a blinding 100,000 lumens in its turbo mode. It drops to 25,000 lumens after 1 minute, but can run for nearly an hour at that brightness. Max beam distance is a crazy 4429 feet.
Measuring 4.8″ long, the TC15 packs a punch for its size, kicking out a max 2300 lumens with a beam distance of 807 feet. It has a CREE XHP 35 LED light source, and is powered by a rechargeable 18650 battery. It offers five brightness levels and a strobe mode, and comes in black or military tan with cool or neutral white light.
Nitecore’s NWE30 is an ultra-compact electronic emergency whistle which activates with a simple twist. It cranks out up to 120dB of volume in all directions, and flashes a 2,000 lumen emergency beacon at night. Measures just 0.98″ x 2.64″ and easily hangs on a backpack.
One80’s second-gen headlamp uses 16 LEDs to output 360 lumens wherever you aim your face. It weighs just 4oz, including its battery pack, and can run for 3 to 7 hours, depending on brightness. It’s waterproof and dustproof too. Save 25% in The Awesomer Shop for a limited time.
This teensy titanium flashlight is small enough to carry on a keychain or as a zipper pull, but it’s way more versatile than its size might lead you to believe. In addition to its light, it can open boxes, pry things, split pills, and turn screws. Its LED module is available in white, red, or UV.
The “Glo-Toob” is designed to help spotters find you in an emergency. Its LEDs are visible from every angle, and can be set to high, low, and strobe modes. It’s made from aluminum and polyester resin, and is 100% waterproof. Pre-order price available for a limited time from Drop, and includes a free GTK accessory clip for mounting.
Find your way in the dark while keeping your hands free with one of these Vega headlamps. It has a 200-lumen COB LED that shines brightly wherever you’re looking. The light runs on 3 AAA batteries (not included), and offers high, low, and flash modes. Grab a 3-pack for 26% off in The Awesomer Shop.
Nextool’s perfectly-sized flashlight kicks out up to 2,000 lumens of brightness, visible from up to 380 meters (~1246 feet) away. It’s got an IPX7 waterproof aluminum body, and a 5000mAh rechargeable battery that’s charged via a USB-C port. Special pre-order price available from Drop through 8.9.2020.
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