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Portable Powerhouse: 10,000 Lumen Flashlight- Thrunite TN36 2017/ Olight X7 comparison

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Get it before its illegal! Thrunite will soon release their 10,000 lumen infinite brightness soda pop can light. Is it worth it? I discuss the good, the bad, and the dangerous!

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7 thoughts on “Portable Powerhouse: 10,000 Lumen Flashlight- Thrunite TN36 2017/ Olight X7 comparison

  1. I never ever believed 10K lumens in such a flashlight could be done .
    I won both the TN12 2014 and 2012 and love them .

  2. I’m a bit of a flashlight enthusiast. I used to love output the more lumens the better. But when you only get thousand of lumens for an hour or two before it greatly dims the fun goes away quickly.
    Right now I’m more into flashlights with great runtime. Give me 42 lumens for 80 hours like the S&M Galaxy and I’m all over it. IMO that’s a true prep light. Something that’ll give you light the entire night and then something if you find yourself in need of it. Also they extremely simple and affordable which doesn’t hurt.

  3. overall good video just wish u would have let us know how long their good for u did say one cut off after 2mins , but didn’t say how long the other lasted, or if they water proof
    but thanks for the comparison

  4. This thing will burn the shit out of your hands if you leave it on for more than 3 minutes… it’s just a matter of time before it causes a fire…

  5. Is a flashlight with 10,000 lumens really necessary though? I mean, I’d rather have a 1,500 lumen headlamp that’s hands free over a hand-held 10,000 lumen hand-held flashlight any day, and I think it’d be kind of hard to put that much power into a headlamp.

  6. We have several olight batons, and really like them👍but these (very) high lumens aren’t worth the costs for such short battery times compared to the 1400ish lumens from Costco by Duracell

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