Yesterday, two comparative Power Banks in one picture offers a suggestion to have a charger with a LED flashlight. Today, I will show some LED products for you who are not very interested in chargers but in flashlights.
MagLite LED 3-Cell D — $55
The MagLite has long been a staple, whether used as a flashlight or merely a device for thwarting unwanted attackers. The LED version of the classic — constructed of aluminum alloy and available in five distinct colors — offers the same functionality as its predecessors when running off three D-cell batteries, producing a high-intensity beam in nearly any scenario. It’s durable, shock and water-resistant, and adjustable from spot to flood with a simple twist of the head.
Petzl Tikka 2 Core Headlamp — $40
With more than 180 hours of burn times and five lighting modes ranging from continuous to strobe, the Petzl Tikka Core 2 offers plenty of options on a budget. The sleek light runs off of a couple AAAs and provides light for up to 115 feet (when used under optimum conditions), while allowing you to utilize a single red LED to preserve night vision. Its even available in two distinct colors, red and black, and comes with a waterproof rating of IP X4 for a variety of conditions.
Streamlight Stylus Pro ($34)
Smartphone flashlights have taught us the beauty of compactness, but they have yet to rival a dedicated device. Weighing 1.6 ounces and built of aircraft-grade aluminum, the Streamlight Stylus Pro is one of the sleeker devices currently on the market. It provides more than 30,000 hours of operation with its high-flux LED and micro optical system — yet features only a lackluster 8 hours of run time — along with an unbreakable pocket clip and simple push button for operation.
Fenix TK15 ($110)
Law enforcement officers frequently praise the Fenix TK15 for its sheer light intensity and ability to switch between five distinct outputs, ranging from low-light options to those that flash. Dual, recoil-absorbing springs also ensure the aluminum build survives the occasional impact, so you’ll always be able to shed light from more than 700 feet away for up to 140 hours via two CR123a batteries or a single 18650 Li-ion battery. And how doesn’t like an anti-rolling design?