having a flashlight that doubles as a portable battery for your USB-powered devices is cool, but one that does that and is modular and tactical really had our attention 100 percent. for starter, this flashlight that we are referring to is a real-deal
fact: you cannot claim that you have seen the biggest flashlight until you see the Rechargeable Spotlight & Power Pack. judging from the above image, you can’t really tell how big this device, which measures 15-3/4″ x 11-1/2″ x 12″ (about 40 x 29 x 30 cm), is until you have seen the image below.
we have featured quite a handful of survivalist icon Bear Grylls and Gerber collaborations including the awesome canteen and the scout essentials kit et cetera, but if you are looking to bag the whole lot that Gerber and Bear Grylls have to offer (trust me, Gerber and Bear Grylls have tons of survival gear for
who doesn’t have a smartphone and who doesn’t need a flashlight from time to time? sure. there are apps that let you use your phone’s LED flash as a flashlight. but ask yourself these: do you want to burn out the LED on your phone before the phone does? and is that LED brighter than a regular tactical torch? and that’s not to mention that using
what do you need in time of emergencies? for us, our list goes as such: a flashlight for navigating in lowlight condition, a radio to listen in to emergency broadcast (and keeping ourselves sane at the same time), and perhaps, a charger to keep our mobile devices juiced. instead of having separate items to cover the
there’s no flashlight that is too bright for the job, but you can’t have all the brightness you want without weighing yourself down. you can have ten men holding regular LED flashlights to get the brightness you needed, or you could use a little help from the NITECORE TM26 QuadRay 3500 Lumen Flashlight.
envy the survival skills of celebrity survivalist Bear Grylls? sadly, not everyone has that sort of aptitude like Grylls has. fortunately, Grylls has teamed up with Gerber Gear yet again and release a bunch of survival essentials to give the edge when disaster strikes. included in the line up of the 2013 Bear Grylls Survival Series
so the Mayans were wrong and the supposed apocalypse date are behind us now, but that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be prepared (and so your million-dollar bunker is still useful. not to worry). though you might want to focus on real survival gear rather than one that specializes in cutting down the walking dead and for that, you
getting hit by a flat battery is the worst nightmare for any gadget users. naturally, being an intelligent beings, we managed to overcome that shortcoming with portable battery but it still begs the question: what if your portable battery ran out of juice as well and there isn’t a wall outlet in sight? this is a situation…
as far back as the late 1800s, flashlight’s design has been largely cylindrical in shape and that design hasn’t changed much since, albeit modern day equivalents are more industrial-looking with aluminum or even titanium construction and uses more powerful LED elements. and hence, as sophisticated or how ever expensive they are, these lights-in-tube are pretty much still the…