Lumen is one of the most common ways to understand a flashlight’s capable brightness, as camping may vary depending on location, arrangements, and personal preference. However, here are some of the lumen outputs that might just work for most.
· 2 - 800 lumens: Just enough to light up your camp in the dark, it’s a widely used range for campers who lives in urban areas such as local parks or places where there is enough lighting.
· 1,000 - 5,000 lumens: A more practical option for a camper who’d like to visit darker places, a flashlight with this amount of lumen output is ideal for cave exploring since it’s bright and usually compact.
· 10,000 - 65,000 lumens: If you are visiting places where there aren’t many people, somewhere not much civilization exists, you need to consider a brighter and more powerful flashlight. These flashlights are usually larger than other EDC flashlights but are perfectly compact.
· 100,000 - 120,000 lumens: Don’t go gently into a good night. If you are a true lumen chaser, get the world’s brightest flashlight is probably what you had in mind. These flashlights are brighter and capable of illuminating a large area. If you are going to visit the grand canyon and stay there for the night, having one of these powerful flashlights is going to be amazing! The light from these flashlights can literally light up the vast river bank in front of you.
IMALENT offers a wide range of flashlights, from thumb-size EDC light to the world’s brightest flashlight with 120,000 lumens. They are more powerful and compact compared to other options in the market.