- Specifications Flashlight led aluminum 18650:
- Model: E17
- LED model: T6 (9000LM)
- LED color: cool white
- LED service life more than: 100,000 hours
- Number of Regims: 5
- Alternating Modes: Strong> Medium> Low> Strobe> Disabled
- Maximum range: 500 m
- Battery configuration: 1pc 18650, or 3pc AAA (supplied for a fee)
- Input voltage: 3.6 V 4.2
- Switch Location: Tail Cap
- Lens: lens
- Special Features: variable zoom
- Material: Aluminum alloy
- Color: black
- Brand: Shustar
- LED type: T6 6000lm
- Light flux max: 6000 lumens
- Range max: 200 m
- Water resistance: IPx4
- Waterproof case: yes
- Case material: aluminum alloy
- Operating modes 3: bright / dim / blinking light
- Battery: 2 pcs 18650
- Color: black
- Headlamp weight: 175 g
- Custom focus: yes
- Switch: push button
- Model: dog trainer
- Material: plastic
- Color: yellow
- Size: 130 * 26 * 40mm
- Weight: 64g
- Battery not included!
- Brand: Boruit
- LED type: XM-L2 6000K (cold white)
- Luminous flux max: 600 lm
- Case waterproof: IPx4
- Body material: aluminum alloy
- 6 operating modes: bright / dim / flashing light / sos / strobe / stepless dimmer
- Battery: 1pc 18650 not included
- Color: black
- Headlamp weight: 83g
- Switch: push
On a multi-day hike, fishing, or simply living in tents for some time as savages in nature, lighting is necessary. In the dark, you often have to set up a tent, prepare food or fishing gear, so you need to be wise when choosing a flashlight. The best choice for a tourist is a headlamp (invented by speleologist Ferdinand Petzl) from our point of view. To choose a lantern, first decide what goals it will fulfill.
Going on a trip, you need to be prepared for the fact that the flashlight can get caught in the rain, clogged with sand or mud. Good manufacturers provide their products with sufficient strength and endurance. A flashlight that is too heavy can cause muscle fatigue over time. A good forehead will shine for about a hundred hours, which is enough for a two-week hike.
For most situations, 80-150 lumens will be sufficient.
Many flashlights have several operating modes: long-range, near, for foggy weather. When the high beam is on (focused beam), a small area will be illuminated, but at a very large distance (up to one hundred meters). There are specialized models that shine at 150 m. The defocused beam illuminates a small wide area, flooding it with soft light (convenient in a tent).
An additional function - the red light does not hit the eyes. This property is useful at night if you need to find something without waking sleeping people. The periodically switched on red light will draw attention to itself much faster, moreover, it is visible at a greater distance, which will help search engines see the lost person. Also, red light does not scare animals.
Most models of flashlights are equipped with protection against water and dust. This is evidenced by the IPX index and the numbers - the higher the better. For example, the IPX5 marking means that the flashlight is protected only from accidental splashes of water, and IPX67 or 68 guarantees water resistance for short-term immersion in water to a depth of one to two meters.
Basically, the voltage source is a few AAA batteries. Plus - simplicity. The downside is the loosening of the case with frequent replacement of batteries, after which dust and moisture can get inside. If the battery leaks, the flashlight will most likely stop working and will need to be repaired.
Some manufacturers take out batteries in a separate unit that is attached to the back of a person's head or in a pocket. Conveniently, this way the weight of the flashlight is evenly distributed over the head. If the batteries are in your pocket, they drain more slowly in winter.
If the flashlight is powered by a rechargeable battery, then a plus will be the ability to recharge from a solar panel or a personal computer via the USB port. The advantage of this design is that there is no need to take spare batteries with you. The disadvantage is the high cost of the flashlight; replacing an outdated battery is also quite expensive.
Choosing a lavp for yourself, you first need to understand why it is purchased, what functions and where it will perform. A good flashlight will add comfort during your overnight stay, allow you to cook food, pitch a tent, and prepare fishing tackle.
For additional questions, please contact our managers. Good luck with your choice.