Top 10 Best Flashlights | EDC [Everyday Carry], Outdoor, & Tactical — All Price Ranges

Looking for the best EDC [Everyday Carry], outdoor, or tactical Flashlight? Take a look and check out the links below to learn more about these great flashlights!


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Streamlight Nano Light Miniature Keychain LED Flashlight

Streamlight MicroStream LED Pen EDC Flashlight

Nitecore EA11 LED Everyday Carry Flashlight

Olight S10R Baton Rechargeable LED Everyday Carry Flashlight

Fenix UC35 Rechargeable 950 Lumens LED Tactical Flashlight

Nitecore P12 2015 Version 1000 Lumens LED Tactical Flashlight

FOURSEVENS Bolt-Action EDC Flashlight

FOURSEVENS Maelstrom MMU-X3R; 2000 Lumen Tactical Flashlight

NiteCore TM36 Tiny Monster Rechargeable Outdoor Flashlight

Luci Aura LED Light

Luci Inflatable Solar Lantern Outdoor Flashlight

Luci Lux Inflatable LED Solar Lantern with Frosted Finish





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Andrew Sasse says:

I’m a volunteer firefighter and I use that Tiny Monster for search and rescue situations and it’s absolutely awesome.

Jennifer Galluze says:

Can anyone recommend a really good flashlight. I need it for a large area/field at my home. I have several little dogs and I need to be able to see or light up an area where I shine it to see if there are any coyotes. Also if bright enough hopefully is scares them off. I bought 2 at tractor supply that is about 2,300 lumens but it’s rechargeable and when it goes dead it just shuts off and you can only charge for 5 to 6 hours but if your leave it in too long it will ruin the battery. I think one with batteries would be better. I need one that is really bright and goes far out in the field. Any suggestions? I even was thinking about a gun with a flashlight???

Mr. Coolypoody says:

is a laser or a flashlight more powerful?

Keith Hutchison says:

You gave out False info on the EA11. It only gets 160 lumens from AA battery. You have to use IMR 14500 to get 900 lumens.

Irma Cheyanne says:

“MSc Linda” ❤

Alex Lopez says:

Lets play a game. Who can count the times he says “umm”

bear Mitch says:

vi dont want to spend more than like £8 maximum as im using amazon
voucher what i already have in there XD so i want to spend just £8 so i
found these cuz so many have delivery cost or would take months to come
but i found these but what one would be brighter out of all or what one
is best ? here are the links to amazon listings of them

BTW the first 2 links look the same torch idk if there the same but
there are loads of these copies or something lol



i wanted a torch what could like light all around me like one of them
one what light are so bright it lights up all around you or even a whole
room or forest but they lie about the power so idk and none of them are
good anyway but what would be the better one.

number 3 looks cool with the added features like magnet but it says its
only 150 lumens so that not the brightest out of all of them but idk
what would be rubbish or fake

john smith says:

this guy is hard to listen to

Epic Garage says:

thought you meant edc as in electric daisy carnival lol like have a party with them hahaha

Skyla Devyn says:

Humble above anything!

Emely Levine says:

Tuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuudoo lindooo

Brandon Enn says:

This video is too bright.

Walkertongdee says:

Dudes got a serious addiction he said use this one if you only want to have two flashlights on you. Bet he carries them all at all times even in the day just waiting for the night when he shines like the sun LOL

Apprentice gilligan says:

Would LOVE to have all them flashlights and more. I am a Desert Storm Veteran and always loved flashlights since before that but I think being in the military did not help in that matter. I don’t have many yet but looking forward in getting some soon. Thanks for all the great information.

Pibbles 'n Bits says:

Future advice, you should name each flashlight as you pick it up instead of just saying “this one”. By the end of the video i didn’t know half the flashlight s you picked up.

Marissa Nichols says:

This is top!

Andrew Vautour says:

Sorry, I have to agree with Armorcrew99, on some you mention Lumens but on most your don’t. guyonearth mentions that lumens are irrelevant because manufacturers lie about them. NOT true, reputable companies state actual lumens while Chinese manufacturers lie, just don’t buy crap. You state these are the top 10 but that’s only based on your personal opinion, you don’t show any stats to back up the claim. If you are going to do a top 10 anything, you need to show why theey are top. Sorry you missed the mark on this totally. Maybee next time write down your points instead of just talking off the top of your head, that way you don’t miss anything.

Bernard Fernandez says:

You dont know the top 10 flashlight. I don’t see fenix or surefire. Maybe top ten for you.

Brian Moewes says:

bushnell has a 375 L w/hella jagged bezzel. Far more of a laceration effect. My EDC as well as a mounted one w/pressure switch on my M4.

James says:

900 lm on an AA battery??

Kaia Leach says:

My Music KK ????

Grego1776 says:

Bro. That last flashlight aka “Tiny Monster”. I want! And just to add, take a look at a company called Elzetta. The modularity and ruggedness of their lights are some of the best I’ve ever seen.

Yassine Akhayad says:

I think you forgot an important one.. I dindn’t know it but Noctic Lumen is also a quit good flashlights for a good price. A lot of people here in Belgium and The Netherland talk about Noctic Lumen and use it, so I think it’s weird that you didn’t mention it in your video..
But I liked the video so you can get my tumps up!

Burks Insurance Agency says:

fenix uc35 is less than 1,000 lumens

ciko 2283 says:

Who uses all those flashing modes? They should jusy have normal mode, and maybe SOS (whitch most dont have) Also, you didnt say price and how many lumens they have.

Christie Aliza says:

That this music too good congratulations!

edranzelle doll says:

I don’t understand why you had to point out straight the light to the camera

christian mcnally says:

why no led…

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