Welcome to the wBW Flashlight Reviews index!
This page includes a listing of our LED flashlight and other motorcycle work like reviews and garage lighting accessories.
The day of the incandescent flashlight is now past; most modern flashlights use LED bulbs.
A flashlight or work light is one of the best applications for the LED bulb because the reflector and lens are designed to take advantage of the directional light from an LED.
Reviews are listed from most recent to oldest:
Unique hybrid flashlight in a headlamp body is lightweight, comfortable and very useful. IPX-8 waterproof to 2 meters with a 1 meter impact resistance. Use it as a headlamp or remove the tiny 90-degree flashlight and carry it on a key chain!
Rugged build quality and a movable angle head, three brightness levels and an SOS and strobe setting make this an unusually interesting flashlight.
Is this the perfect toolbox flashlight? Pros: It has smooth, even lighting and it's tested waterproof to 100 meters. It also has a lifetime warranty and it's made in the U.S.A. Cons: No switch, the lamp assembly twists to turn it on or off.
Ultra retina-burning flashlight puts out more power than you can use. It's actually brighter than most motorcycle headlights...and could be used as a spare headlight in an emergency! This thing is a monster, no ifs, ands or buts!
Even more powerful than the original Clearwater Andie LED flashlight, this upgraded version has 200 more lumens and a low/high switch. Pros: Well made, powerful, comes with extra battery and a charger. Cons: Too much power for a toolbox?
From the folks who brought you the Pocket Floodlight, the Technician's Floodlight is a "professional" tool with a moveable head. Puts out a big, wide, even beam of light. Pros: Lots of light, can be positioned in many directions. Cons: Expensive. Kind of big for a toolbox light.
Slightly bigger than a penlight, the Pocket Floodlight puts out an amazing amount of light for its size. Great for a toolbox. Pros: Thin and lightweight. Puts out a lot of light for its size. Cons: Uses three AAAA batteries, which can be a bit difficult to find.
One of the most unique work lights ever, this is a flat panel covered with small LEDs. It's unlike anything else out there. Pros: Makes a good conversation piece. Cons: Difficult to position, top heavy and doesn't put out that much light.
A magnetic ball that looks like a WWII shipping mine. Has an LED light. Very unique and a conversation starter. Pros: Interesting, unique, magnetic. Cons: Doesn't put out much light. Difficult to get it mounted correctly. Attaches to ferrous metal only.
Probably one of the best toolbox flashlights you can buy. Rugged and reliable and comes with an extra battery and a charger. Battery lasts a long time. Pros: Puts out a lot of light. Rugged build takes toolbox abuse. Cons: Expensive.
Interesting hand-held "stick" form factor. Available in different shapes and sizes, with various arrangements of LEDs. Pros: Puts out a wide pattern of light. Cons: Wide pattern isn't as bright as a focused beam.
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► Flashlight Information and Resources
LED Flashlights: CMG Equipment (now owned by Gerber) makes the super-bright "Reactor" LED flashlight, mini flashlights and even motion-sensing flashlights | The Forever Flashlight - claimed to never needs bulbs or batteries; uses a "super bright" LED bulb | How about the Nightstar "magnetic force" flashlight; claimed to need no batteries, has LED bulb, is "functional at extreme temperature conditions, waterproof, intrinsically safe and virtually indestructible"; it also carries a lifetime warranty | The Petzl-Zipka is yet another LED light used by some motorcyclists; this and many other flashlights are available at the Thru-Hiker | Tek-Tite has LED, HID and waterproof flashlights made for heavy-duty industrial use | Lightwave has metal bodied and other LED flashlights | Princeton LED flashlights, waterproof flashlights, keychain flashlights and mini flashlightsJade Mountain | Excalibur Electronics makes the Forever Flashlight | See the wBW review of the NightStar Shake Flashlight
Pocket Flashlights: Streamlight makes some small LED and halogen pocket flashlights; see the wBW review of the Streamlight Stylus Reach | The Koehler-Brightstar Responder is a bright flashlight with a Xenon bulb, can be powered by Ni-Cad or rechargeables or C-cells, and is UL safety approved for use in hazardous conditions. Their products are made in the U.S.A. and they supply flashlights for miners and hazardous working conditions | Photon Light makes an assortment of mini pocket key chain flashlights
Unique Flashlights: The Technology Associates "eternaLight" has an LED flashlight, pulsing, SOS signals, strobe, dazzle lights and more; made in the U.S.A.!; they also have LED conversions for Mini Mag Lites | Inova has LED flashlights and the strange-looking LED "SmartBright" | Ikelite has diving lights that are claimed waterproof to 300 feet; they also carry cave lights that can attach to the back of an air tank
Flashlight Bulbs: Tek-Tite has LED replacement bulbs; turn your incandescent flashlight into an LED flashlight; they also carry Krypton, halogen and other replacement bulbs | Technology Associates has LED conversion kits
Flashlight Batteries: The Battery Mart has just about every type of battery made | Cheap Batteries has, you guessed it, cheap batteries! (Or rather, cheap prices on brand-name batteries) | Sunn Battery Company carries a variety of different battery types
Head Mounted Flashlights: Princeton makes several models of head mounted LED flashlights and combination LED/halogen or Krypton bulb flashlights. Many are made in the U.S.A. and have a lifetime warranty.
LED Work Lights: Maxxeon LED work light has a rechargeable battery and magnets and the head swivels to almost any direction
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