If you are looking for an ultra bright flashlight for your hiking and outdoor adventures, then try this free giveaway offer for this flashlight.
It doesn’t look pretty and the design is so-so, but it can be of practical use.
- 50000 LUMENS SUPER BRIGHT FLASHLIGHT: The super ultra brightest 50000 lumen (maximum) LED bulb produces a bright focused beam with a lighting distance range of more than 1650 ft. There are 4 adaptive settings: high / low / flash/ COB. The Multifunctional side light allows you to use it as a camping light&warning light in fog and haze weather.
- Light-weight & Compact: This handheld flashlight weighs 0.9 pounds , and measures just 6.1 in long, and 2.2 in wide, so it‘s easy to carry and hold while walking or hiking outdoors.
- BETTER GRIP FEELING: We have upgraded the appearance of the newest flashlight. The length is 6.1in, the width is 2.2in, and there is a non-slip texture. The longer and thicker flashlight gives you a great grip feeling.
Reliable and Durable: Shock-proof, IP65 rated daily water-resistant, anti-abrasive, high quality aluminum alloy material, sturdy construction. Easy to carry around, the anti-slip handle holds fast in your hand during extreme conditions.
Review of the 50000 Lumen Flashlight
Besides the USB charging, the solar charging capabilities are pretty neat and can come in handy. However, since it’s a free product, you can’t expect much from how fast it will charge under the sun.
50,000 Lumens is no joke and requires quite a bit of energy as it is very bright. The batteries should be able to about 5000 Watts, so you will most likely get a few hours with this flashlight on a full charge.
The design I personally do not like at all. It’s blocky, fat, and a little uncomfortable to hold, but fitting 50,000 Lumens in a compact flashlight, I could overlook the design. Also, I don’t think it’s exactly 50,000 Lumens as advertised as such flashlights are quite expensive to be honest.
The size of the bulb and flashlight is comparable to the video above, which is around 30,000 Lumens. Anything above 10,000 is overkill for camping or hiking purposes.
With 30,000 – 50,000 Lumens you are basically lighting up a field rather than the path that is in front of you.
If you need a flashlight that is more than just an EDC flashlight, for the cost of shippnig and handling, it’s not such a bad deal, however, I wouldn’t count on the quality and it lasting a few years.