In the past year or so, Imalent have produced a whole range of high output flashlights, such as the MS08, RS50 and MS12 Mini. The Imalent MR90 is their latest powerful flashlight. What sets the MR90 apart from the others is the combination of high brightness (lumens) and beam distance (candela). This is due to …
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Big list of Luminus SBT90.2 flashlights
The Luminus SBT90.2 is a second generation of the SBT90 LED and can output over 6000 lumens with a focused beam, great for long distance throw.
In search of mega throwers and flooders: the world’s furthest distance and brightest flashlights
How would you like to see literally miles away in the dark? Some of these lights have a beam that throws so far that you need binoculars to make the most of them. There’s been a few new massive flashlights recently. Here’s a quick run down.
Imalent MS08 flashlight review
Imalent is well known for their incredibly bright flashlights, such as the Imalent MS18, which is the brightest flashlight in the world. Imalent features heavily on my list of the best high power flashlights so it’s no surprise that they’ve just released another. At 34,000 lumens Imalent MS08 is the brightest flashlight they’ve produced that …
Cyansky HS6R Headlamp Flashlight Review
Cyansky has produced their first headlamp, the HS6R. The headlamp has independent red and white LEDs, comes with built-in charging and boasts an output of 1400 lumens. You can buy the Cyansky HS6R from Cyansky’s store. You can also buy Cyansky flashlights on Banggood, though the HS6R isn’t listed at the time of publication. Specs …
Cyansky K3-I8 infrared flashlight review
This is something a bit different: an infrared (IR) flashlight from Cyansky. The K3-I8 is very similar to their K3 tactical light but with a high power IR emitter instead of a normal white LED. Note that the model name is with the letter I, not number 1: K3-I8, not K3-18. You can buy the …
Hanklights! A brief overview of Intl-Outdoor’s Emisar and Noctigon flashlights
Flashlights from Intl-Outdoor are very highly regarded on Budget Light Forum and r/flashlight. They’re made by a friendly guy called Hank and you can only buy them on his website. There’s even a special r/hanklights. These lights can all be ordered in many different configurations, with different drivers and LEDs. Although there’s only 10 flashlight …
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Astrolux flashlights: the ultimate guide and comparison (with discount codes)
Astrolux have a wide range of flashlights, from small keychain lights to massive search lights. Here’s my comprehensive guide and take on their lights.
Acebeam X50 flashlight review: brightest soda can flashlight in the world
Forty thousand lumens!!! No, it’s not false claims like the 990,000 lumen zoomies you see on sites like Wish. This is the Acebeam X50 that makes use of no less than 8 CREE XHP70.2 LEDs. It’s just so bright!
Astrolux MF01S Flashlight Review
Today I’m reviewing the Astrolux MF01S, which boasts 15,000 lumens and 616m throw (95,000 cd). You can buy the Astrolux MF01S at Banggood (without cells, affiliate link). They also sell the MF01S with cells. As of Oct 2021, there’s a 23% discount code BGASFT01S This is an updated version of the original MF01, which took …