Despite being just 2.7″ long, this pocket-size flashlight manages to crank out an impressive 1500 lumens in its maximum power mode. It has a CREE XHP50 LED light source, Firefly, Turbo, Strobe, and stepless dimming modes, and recharges via a USB cable. Available in neutral white or cool white LED color temperatures.
ThruNite’s palm-sized flashlight kicks out up to 693 lumens in its top setting and looks great in its army green aluminum alloy case. It offers five brightness modes and a strobe mode, and runs on a rechargeable 16340 battery. It also has a two-way clip, and a magnetic tail cap so you can stick it to steel surfaces.
This hefty soda-can style flashlight cranks out a blinding 16340 lumens with a 1345-foot throw distance in its brightest mode. It packs four high-performance CREE XHP70.2 LEDs, and its case is rated IPX-8 waterproof. In its more pragmatic medium mode, it will run for 11 hours per charge and up to 6.25 days in its barely-on firefly mode.
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.
Measuring just 3.19″ long, ThruNite’s Catapult Mini flashlight punches through the darkness with a cool white 680-lumen beam. Its long-throw searchlight is visible from nearly 2000 feet. It features a durable aluminum alloy case and is rated IPX8 waterproof. Available in grey or black.
This thick and stubby flashlight uses a trio of CREE XHP70B LEDs to blast out a max brightness of 11000 lumens and a beam distance of 1158 feet. Its made from durable aluminum and is IPX8-rated waterproof. The light comes in black or desert tan and with or without the four required 18650 batteries.