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Recent Flashlight Reviews

iTP A3 EOS Flashlight

rated 5 of 5 stars Ultralight, half ounce AAA flashlight with 96 Lumens. This is one of the world's smallest and brightest mini flashlights.  2.5 inches long 11 grams, (0.4 ounces) Uses 1 AAA battery High 96 Lumens (55 min), Med 22 Lumens (4 hrs), Low 1.8 Lumens (50 hrs) To lend you some perspective, a big D-cell Maglite only puts out 27 lumens, which is roughly the ITP's medium setting. The low setting (firefly) is perfect for times when you don't want to disturb anyone, such as packing up early at a shelter,… Full review

Fenix PD32 Flashlight

rated 5 of 5 stars Small, bright, and sturdy. This is what I found with the Fenix PD32 flashlight. The Fenix PD32 is a hand held flashlight that easily fits into the palm of my hand. Its overall length is 5". The light source is a Cree LED (XP-G2) which outputs a maximum of 340 lumens. The life span on the LED is 50,000 hours.   The function selector switch determines the mode — SOS, strobe, low, medium (bright), high (really bright), and turbo (really, really bright). After the initial playing around with it,… Full review

Fenix LD02

rated 5 of 5 stars I got this light for a backup/quick access light on my backpack, and it works great. It runs on 1 AAA battery, has three brightness settlings. The lowest setting is about as bright as a cheap AAA flashlight, and the brightest setting is adequate for almost any task in the dark, up to about 10-15 feet away, but I believe that it goes back to the medium setting after a bit, to avoid burning up the bulb. Full review

NiteCore SRT7 Revenger

rated 5 of 5 stars The SRT7 is a 1x18650, 2xCR123A/RCR model that is distinguished by several additional features, including multi-color secondary LEDs. I believe it is also the first Nitecore light I've tested with the latest XM-L2 white LED. The SRT7 has a forward tailcap clicky — press and release for momentary on, click for locked on.  Mode switching is controlled by the magnetic control ring in the head. As previously mentioned, the SRT7 features a continuously-variable interface for the main white LED. But… Full review

NiteCore SRT7 Revenger

rated 5 of 5 stars A do-it-all flashlight that is as bright as the sun. Right size, the right features, and an all around perfect flashlight. I am not a flashlight aficionado, but I can appreciate a quality light. I bought this on sale for $80 and it is the single greatest flashlight I have ever purchased; ever. This is like having the sun in the palm of your hands. It has a bunch of modes like an SOS strobe, blue/red/green/ blue/red flashing LEDs and a dimmable cree LED in true white that can be adjusted from non… Full review

Fenix E25 Flashlight

rated 5 of 5 stars A spot light that fits in your pocket and runs on 2 AA's. This is my go-to light. It's very bright, and shines a beam like a spotlight up to around 50 yards, but will light up things up to about 100 yards. I have no issue at all night hiking with this light because it's so bright and shines so far. I initially got it for exploring mines and caves because my Petzl TacTikka XP just wasn't enough for the mist filled air, or the long tunnels (good headlamp, bad spot light). i got my E25 for $30 and… Full review

Maglite Mini Maglite Pro 2-AA Cell LED

rated 5 of 5 stars This is my go-to light. Efficient, lightweight, and practical. These are lightweight, practical flashlights. I like the AA battery lights because when I'm hiking, all of my battery powered gear takes "AA's". This light is bright enough and not only can it be used in beam and flood, but also if you unscrew it all the way, it can be used as an emergency lantern. The sheath can be dangerous in rough terrain because you can push it out with your leg or gear and lose it for good. That is why I add lanyards… Full review

Light & Motion Focus Head

rated 4 of 5 stars At 165 lumens, the Focus light head is the brightest red light this reviewer as ever seen. Add to that a 60-degree wide beam, and night hiking (and, presumably, diving) is an entirely new experience. The Focus is an interchangeable lens for the GoBe+ lighting platform. I have found everything related to the GoBe+ to be high quality and incredibly bright. At this time, the Focus lens must be purchased separately from the GoBe+. At $99 (in addition to the $300 charge for the GoBe+), it is an expensive… Full review

Light & Motion GoBe+ 700 Wide

rated 4.5 of 5 stars If the Sun is a bit too heavy to carry in your pack, then I would recommend the GoBe+ 700 Wide. It's less weight than the Sun, and it doesn't require sunscreen. This light throws out a ridiculously bright 700 lumen, 60 degree beam. Designed for divers and adapted for hikers and bikers, this reviewer was asked to test the fuller GoBe+ system in a caving application. While I have determined caving is not the best use for this light, it is still a quality light in the dark. Note: This reviewer was… Full review

Top-Rated Flashlights

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user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
iTP A3 EOS Flashlight
ACR C-Strobe Light
$22 - $34
ACR Firefly Plus
$40
 
Applied Innovative Technologies NightStar 3
Applied Innovative Technologies NightStar CS2
Baladeo USB Charger w/ Flashlight
$26
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Birdiepal Light Trek Automatic Flashlite
$57 MSRP
Black Crater Cord Lock Light
Brunton Double-Back LED Light
$11
 
Brunton Firelight Windproof Lighter and LED Light
discontinued
 
Bushnell HD Torch
Bushnell T300 Flashlight
$60
Bushnell T300HD Flashlight
$70
Campmor FireFly Light
Coast Auto LED
Coast DigiTac II
Coast DigiTac Rechargeable
 
Coast Mini Tac
Coast P5
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Coast P7
 
Coast Tactical Focus Beam
 
Coast V2 6 Chip
 
Coast V2 6 Chip Dual Color Tactical Torch
 
Coast V2 9 Chip Dual Color
 
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Coghlan's CMG Infinity Ultra Flashlight
discontinued
Coghlan's Flexible Light
 
Coleman 1 AAA Deluxe Mini Graphite Flashlight
discontinued
 
Coleman 1 AAA Mini Graphite Flashlight
discontinued
 
Coleman 1-watt 2AA Flashlight
$40 MSRP
 
Coleman 10 Hour Rechargeable LED Flashlight
discontinued
 
Coleman 1AAA Silver Series Flashlight
discontinued
Coleman 2 Hour Rechargable Flashlight
discontinued
Coleman 2AA LED Flashlight
$10 MSRP
 
Coleman 2AA Nightsight Flashlight
discontinued
Coleman 2D LED Flashlight
$20 MSRP
Coleman 2D WideBeam
discontinued
 
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Coleman 3 in 1 LED Flashlight
discontinued
Coleman 3AAA LED Flashlight
discontinued
user rating: 3 of 5 (2)
Coleman 4D Dual Action
discontinued
Coleman 4D Dual Action WideBeam
discontinued
Coleman BoosterBeam WideBeam 2D Flashlight
discontinued
Coleman Compact 3 LED
discontinued
 
Coleman CPX 4.5 5 LED Impact Flashlight
 
Coleman CPX 4.5 High Power LED Flashlight
Coleman Endurance 6 LED
discontinued
Coleman Exponent 1 CR123A Lithium Flashlight
$70 MSRP
Coleman Exponent 1 CR123A Lithium Flashlight with Collapsible Lantern
$70 MSRP
Coleman Exponent 2 CR123A Lithium Flashlight
$80 MSRP
Coleman Exponent 2 CR123A Lithium Flashlight with Collapsible Lantern
$80 MSRP
 
Coleman Exponent Flashlight with Knife
discontinued
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