10 Kickass Flashlights for 2014
Real men aren't afraid of the dark - at least that's what they say. But the most practical among us know the real ticket to taking on the world's darkest corners, whether on a backwoods hiking trip or climbing under the house to wrench on the plumbing, is the right tool.
Lucky for you, we've shortlisted some really unique and innovative flashlights to help you combat the darkness and put the odds of survival back in your favor. A nice bright flashlight can make working in the dark easier and less frustrating. It illuminates the world's dangers so you can face down your fears one confident step at a time.
And today's flashlights can do a whole lot more. We may not have practical Star Wars light sabers yet, but how about a flashlight that can actually start a fire?
Other flashlights are sturdy enough for self-defense and designed for just that purpose. A zombie trying to bite your face off? One of these bad-ass flashlights is just the thing for beating it over the head so you can scramble to safety...
Whatever your reason for lighting up the shadows, here are some interesting flashlights worth checking out!
The Fenix PD35 tactical flashlight has a 960 lumen output. The flashlight can use 1x 18650 rechargeable battery or 2 3V CR123A batteries giving you the flexibility to carry the cheaper battery if you'd like. The Fenix PD35 weighs about 85 grams without the battery so you can carry it with yo… Learn more »
You can carry this flashlight in rain without a problem as it's waterproof (IPX-8). This flashlight is very bright at 960 lumens. You can get up to 200 hours on the lowest setting. Perfect to carry in your car for emergency purposes. You won't have to worry if you drop it either as it… Learn more »
The FENIX TK76 2800 uses 2 cree XM-L2 LED's and one XM-L2 T6 white LED. On high it can produce 1100 lumens and 20 on low and that's using the three heads. The body is constructed of aircraft-grade aluminum and weighs 800 grams. It comes with thermal control to protect it from over … Learn more »
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