Mar 29, 2017

15 Best EDC Flashlights.

Collection of 'Best EDC Flashlights' from all over the world for you.

Slughaus Flashlight: This tiny flashlight that measures just 10.5mm x 30mm, weighs only 6 grams and produces 15 lumens of light surely redefines EDC. It's sleek, minimal, and comes in a beautiful design; can be attached to your keyring and powers on/off with a simple quarter rotation on the head. Designed with aerospace-grade aluminum, it illuminates in any weather and is available in three-color options. Buy Now: $15.

Slughaus Flashlight

Pixel Keychain Flashlight: The Pixel is designed for hard-use EDC and is compact enough to attach anywhere. Comes with durable stainless steel construction, 25 lumens, and simple twist on/off. Buy Now: $35.95.

Pixel Keychain Flashlight
Keychain Flashlight: This super-bright keychain flashlight is small and features a unique quick-release mechanism. Buy Now: $59 - $79.

Keychain Flashlight

Lumen: Lumen flashlight doesn't require any external energy source except your warm touch. It uses the heat of your body to power itself using thermoelectric generator. More info.

Lumen

Helioslight: The Helioslight keychain flashlight brightens up to 1100 lumen and comes with runtime use of 8 hours. It uses ultrastrong neodymium magnet in the back that allows you to affix your flashlight to any steel surface. More info.

Helioslight

Keystak: This key organizer features a built in flashlight. More info.

Keystak

LightMan: This versatile pocket light includes six powerful neodymium magnets, a heavy-duty clip, and a retractable reel. More info.

LightMan

Thumb-Lite: The adhesive Thumb-Lite is small yet powerful, it sticks onto practically anything and its compact design provides an easy way to turn anything into a flashlight. Buy Now: $10.

Thumb-Lite
Cord Lock Flashlight: The stainless steel spring lock securely clips to cord on your hoodie, backpack, sleeping bag and more. About: $ 7(£5.99).

Cord Lock Flashlight
Streamlight Keymate Flashlight Keychain: The Streamlight Keymate Flashlight features machine aircraft aluminum casing in titanium, lasts up to 96 hours and weighs .9 ounce. Buy Now: $9.04.

Streamlight Keymate Flashlight Keychain
Sparkr: Sparkr is a multi-functional tool that features a flashlight / lantern and more. More info.

Sparkr

S1 Titanium Flashlight: The S1-Ti flashlight features 4 adjustable output modes plus a strobe mode and a variable-output range. Buy Now: $89.95.

S1 Baton Titanium Flashlight
mPower Flashlight: It gives 180 lumens of light and comes with a reserve power backup, which can hold its full capacity for up to 20 years. It also features a USB port for powering your other gadgets. Buy Now: $289.

mPower Flashlight
Firefly 2.0: Firefly Flashlight 2.0 is crafted from titanium and comes with replaceable tritium inserts. What makes this one stand out? It's a flashlight you can always find in the dark. The tritium inserts can glow non-stop for more than 20 years. Measures 97 mm, weighs 67 grams, comes with pocket clip and four brightness settings. More info.

Firefly 2.0

Fogo: This smart flashlight features a built-in GPS, digital compass, an accelerometer, 2-way radio, is text enabled, has USB recharger and more. It comes with 1000 Lumens, intelligent lighting, is waterproof and durable. It's easy to find in the night, just move around and it lights automatically. It comes with power saving mode for backpacking and automatically turns on every 15 minutes to log in your location. It also functions as fitness tracker, and works as advanced bike computer with built in light, radio and recharger. It connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth. It allows you to connect with your friends via off the grid text message, built-in walkie-talkie, and sharing your location and other data. Buy Now: $299.99.

Fogo

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