Surefire Beast II

By: Alex Covert - Published:   Updated: Jun 16 2011 • References: shop4torches & coolest-gadgets
Brighter than 130 two D-cell flashlights, this flashlight (or torch as they call it) was built to shine, shine, shine. It produces 2000 Lumens of light or something comparable to aircraft landing lights. The torch uses 20 lithium batteries at about $1.00 a battery - this gets you 1.5 hours of nighttime sunshine. Great stocking stuffers as they are priced at about $7,000 a piece.

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