Is it always bad for a flashlight to be hot?
Is it always bad for a flashlight to be hot? The answer is not necessarily. If it is a low output flashlight that gets hot, then it means short-circuited. But if it's a high output torch, then a bit hot is very normal. However, we would also be suffered from uncomfortable hand feelings caused by the heat when we hold the flashlights. What can we do then?
Floodlight VS Spotlight: Which one is better?
When you are choosing a flashlight, you’ve most likely heard two terms - flood beam and focused beam. But what are they? And what is the difference between them? What are their advantages and disadvantages? What factors decide the beam profile? How to select the right one in different scenarios?
Buyer’s Guide for the Best Hunting Flashlights
No matter you are an experienced nighttime hunter, or just a starter for a night adventure, carrying a flashlight would be necessary to keep you safe and make your hunting more productive. There are many hunting flashlights in the market. What factors should you consider before buying and how to get the best one for your next adventure?
How to purchase the best caving light?
Since you may need to crawl, climb, brace, scramble, hold onto your rappelling rack bars and the rope during a rappel, the best caving light is a caving headlamp. There are lots of things you should consider before choosing the best caving headlamp, but here are what shall be given priority.