Will survive tough weather conditions and continue to work. Water resistant – great for camping or fishing. 5 different light settings, giving it the versatility to be used anywhere. Good value with 2 flashlights in the set. Uses AAA batteries.
Not really geared for heavy-duty work. Some questions about longevity.
Provides a powerful beam of LED light. Offers a sturdy build quality that will last for a while. Good value for a pair of flashlights. Can be used in a variety of situations, although it performs better indoors than in wet conditions. Able to switch from wide to narrow beams.
Only runs on C batteries. Seems to drain batteries faster than some other flashlights.
Creates very pleasing beam of LED light. Strong build quality that stands up to tough conditions. Small and lightweight, with top-end light quality. Costs a little more than some other flashlights, but you can count on its performance. 6 different color options.
High price point. Click tail-cap design doesn't appeal to some.
Compact design that works great for camping or hiking. Runs from AAA batteries. LED light quality is outstanding. Resists water and can survive tough weather. Offers both wide area and focused light beams, as well as SOS and strobe modes. Good value.
Build quality is somewhat questionable with some parts that are loose.
Runs from economical rechargeable battery. Several hours of use between charges. Throws LED light over a long distance. High and low beam settings. Large yet lightweight. Easy to aim the light beam with a design that resembles a household drill.
Does not offer water resistance. Questionable build quality over the long haul.
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