The best flashlight for camping

You looking for The best flashlight for camping, because you should prepare for night very well Unless you will spend most of the night in darkness.. So you need a flashlight you can depend on . It should have a rechargeable batteries and a powerful LEDS to light a boarder area, So I recommend  a flashlight with with more than 400 lumens or higher.

1- LE 1000

Lumens

1000 lumens

 

The Battery

1 Lithium Polymer batteries. (included)

2 18650 so should be able to replace, also recharges with usb cable.

5 Brightness Mode

Dimensions

9.8 x 4.9 x 6.9 inches ; 1.87 pounds

Pros

1- This lantern charges quickly and offers a beam light.

2-This lantern was designed for two pairs of batteries.

3-  red flashing emergency light on the other.

4- can also act as power source to power cell phones in emergency.

 

Cons

1- Heavy flashlight.

2- Internova 1000

Lumens

1000 Lumens

 

The Battery

Powered by 4 D Batteries (not included).

 

Fully Dimmable Arc LED Light

Dimensions

5.5 x 5.5 x 9.8 inches ; 1.5 pounds

Pros

1- This lantern is extremely bright and can go nice and low for a night light.

2- Their warranty is amazing. Anytime. I've had an issue with a product (within 5 years) a new one was shipped out, no questions asked.

3- red LED's for stargazing at night, or the built in red SOS function to keep you and your family safe during an emergency.

4- Water-resistant, with rubber and plastic molded base for use in rain or snow.

Cons

1- the batteries not included.

3- Internova 800

Lumens

800 Lumens

The Battery

4 D Batteries (not included).

4 different lighting modes to get you through even the darkest nights:✔ Maximum
✔ High
✔ Medium
✔ Low

Dimensions

5.5 x 5.5 x 9.8 inches ; 1.5 pounds

Pros

1- FANTASTIC light and came in quite handy during a recent electrical outage.

2- 5 Year Warranty.

3- Waterproof.

Cons

1- heavy and big

4- blazin 500

Lumens

500 Lumen.

The Battery

3 D batteries (not included).

3 Modes: High (500Lm), Low (300Lm) and Strobe - choose between max light and energy conservation.

Dimensions

3 x 3 x 7 inches

Item Weight :12 ounces

Pros

1- Very bright, relatively compact and fairly lightweight.

2- It is easy to use and definitely has a super bright illumination.

 

Cons

1-  It needs to be close in order to read with it and, like any lantern.

2- Batteries not included.

 

5- blazin 400

Lumens

400 Lumens.

400 Hour Runtime.

The Battery

1 Lithium ion battery ( Rechargeable )

White Modes : 400 Lumen (24 hrs), 165 Lumen (75 hrs), 40 Lumen (400 hrs), SOS (300 hrs)

Red Modes : 10 Lumen (400 hrs), Flashing

Dimensions

3.5 x 3.5 x 7 inches

Item Weight:1 pounds

Pros

1-  I don't need extra batteries lying around, I don't spend ten bucks on bulky batteries and I can charge my phone or tablet to boot.

2- Great light pretty bright on high.

3- Built in indicator lamp shows power level.

4- 100% LIFETIME GUARANTEE!

5-

Cons

1-  it run for 250 hours which is amazing. (NOT 400 hours)

2- the battery was not really designed to be removable. I prefer the newer 18650 Lithium battery units that can all share these great sized batteries.

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