With eight super-bright Cree XHP70 LEDs, the MS08 flashlight can blast out 34,000 lumens in turbo mode, with a beam distance up to 738 meters / 2421 feet. Even at 10,000 lumens, it can run for 55 minutes on a charge. Its thermal control module, shielding, and fans manage heat, so you can actually hold this thing. Review here.
Imalent’s chunky flashlight is just a little smaller than a 12oz. soda can and blasts out a blinding 25,000 lumens in turbo mode. It packs six CREE XHP70 2nd-gen LEDs and runs on three 21700 4000mAh batteries. Its case is made from aluminum alloy with a wear-resistant anodized surface, and it’s IPX-8 waterproof certified.
Flashlight company Imalent says their jumbo-sized handheld light can output an astounding 32,000 lumens in its turbo mode. It packs eight CREE XHP70 LEDs, and has a maximum throw distance of over half a mile. Its built-in power pack runs on eight 18650 lithium-ion batteries.