There is an unlimited number of uses for flashlights . So, it’s no wonder there are a lot of brands making flashlights out there. In a way, that is a good thing because they are all trying to outperform each other and try to specialise in providing a particular type of flashlight. Then one steps up the game and all the rest follow, which keeps the market regularly supplied with innovative products.
While you can expect to find a decent selection of flashlights from many different manufacturers, when it comes to Thrunite Australia flashlights stores offer the most diverse range. They carry all of the classic portable light sources from Trhunite, along with their signature floodlights. Here are some of the most popular Thrunite torches you can come across and their distinct features.
ThruNite TN40S 4x Cree XP-L HI 4450 Lumens LED Torch
This one is without a doubt one of the most powerful long-range flashlights on the market. With an output of 4450 lumens, it reaches a distance of up to 1151 meters. Really impressive for a handheld device that weighs approximately half a kg. Four CREE XP-L HI LED are put to work to achieve this. And they have a lifespan (run time) of 20 years.
To replace the batteries you only need to take off the tail cap and insert four 18650 batteries. This is enough to power all the modes that you can use on this beast. The run time on each mode is exceptionally long as you can see from this list: Strobe (1100 lumens/9hrs), Turbo (4450 lumens/85mins), High (1780 lumens /2.7hrs), Medium (580 lumens/9.5hrs), Low (90 lumens/2.5days) and Firefly (1.2 lumens/57days).
The design is ergonomic and switching between modes is easy and fast. This ThruNite packs all the features you can expect from a leading brand including prevention from overheating, IPX-8 waterproof design and resistance to impact from up to 1 meter. All in all, a great long-distance flashlight that is on par with the best in the market.
ThruNite Catapult V6 Mini Thrower USB Rechargeable LED Torch
The keyword here is ‘mini.’ This is a 132mm long flashlight with a max output of 1700 lumens. That means that you can shine a light to a distance of up to 750 meters. Impressive for such a small device. This is possible because of the CREE XHP35 HI LED emitter that is included in the powerful setup of the Catapult Mini Thrower.
Apart from being compact and performance-oriented it also has a USB charging port, which comes in quite handy when charging up the battery. Speaking of which, it is only one 22650 ThruNite 5000 mAh battery that powers the turbo, high, medium, low, firefly and strobe modes.
You can count on a firm grip because this Catapult is fitted with tactical knurling. And the service life is also top-notch because the body is built from aircraft-grade aluminium.
ThruNite TH30 3350 Lumen USB Rechargeable LED Headlamp
This is a remarkable headlamp. Not only it doubles as a handheld flashlight, but also maxes up to jaw-dropping 3350 lumens. This is mostly due to the capability of the CREE XHP70.2 LED which can shine a light up to a distance of 155 meters. Power comes from one 3100mAh 18650 battery that is rechargeable via a USB port.
While it is predominantly an outdoor light (hiking, camping and similar) it is also easily removable from the head strap. Because it has a pocket clip you can definitely include it in your every day carry without a problem. That is if your EDC can handle a length of 107 mm and weight of 123g.
ThruNite Ti4 v2 Compact 252 lumen 2 x AAA LED Penlight
Speaking of everyday carry and compact flashlights, nothing beats the ThruNite Ti4 penlight. It puts out 252 lumens, which is pretty decent given its weight of only 22.3 grams. The LED emitter has a service life of 20 years during which you can use it for tasks ranging from reading light to inspecting your toolbox.
It is a reliable flashlight powered by two AAA batteries. The modes are engaged by twisting the light head or by using the tail switch. It looks good and can take the shock of falling from 2-meter heights.
ThruNite TN36 10000 Lumen Compact LED Flood Light
There are three CREE XHP70 LEDs in this incredible floodlight. And at a max output of 10000 lumens, it surely floods with light everything found within its 319 meter range. It as large as a small can of popular beverage, but it packs many top-grade features like intelligent temperature control to prevent overheating, low voltage indication, ultra-clear tempered glass lens with anti-reflective coating and a total of six light modes. The power comes from four Li-ion batteries housed in an aircraft-grade aluminium body.
ThruNite TH01 Lightweight 1500 Lumen Micro-USB Rechargeable LED Headlamp
No list of flashlights is complete without a proper headlamp. There are many options Thrunite Australia retailers offer, however, I’ve chosen the TH01 as a best in this category. It comes at 52 grams which make it lightweight during those long hours you are going to wear it on your head.
The max output is perfectly decent at 1500 lumens. Apart from being USB rechargeable, the Li-ion 1100mAh battery ensures a run time of 6.5 hours at 85 Lumens. The torch is built to be quite sturdy with an impact resistance of 1.5 meters and IPX-8 waterproof rating (can take submersion in up to 2 meters of water).
You will find it useful during your outdoor activities, whatever they may be. The peak beam distance is around 126 meters so you can rely on it in the bush. And if that is not enough, you can also remove it from the head strap and use it as a pocket light when you are stationary.
Explore the Other Models as Well
This is but a short list I’ve compiled of the most typical models. If you have an exact and clear intent on the ultimate use of the flashlight you can check out the rest of the models to further specify your pick. You will not make a mistake as these flashlights are durable, reliable and with good care, they will serve you a long time to come.