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Our review of ThruNite Catapult Mini

man holding flashlight standing on gray stone during nighttime

When you think of a powerful LED flashlight that can throw a light out to a considerable distance, it’s likely you won’t have a compact EDC torch in mind. This is because these features are often sacrificed in order to get a light that doesn’t take up too much room in your pocket. The new ThruNite enables you to avoid making this compromise. It can beam a powerful light to 1968 feet ahead of your, while being pocketable and light. This is a great choice for EDC, especially if you need to light up objects in the distance. However, it can still be carried light.

The heart of the ‘s impressive power is its OSRAM KW.CSLNM1.TG LED module. This is a lot of information, but it means that the light can reach 680 lumens from the front for up to 7 minutes. It’s also incredibly small at 3.75″ with an IPX-8-rated aluminum body that is water-resistant and anti-slip. This flashlight can be carried around even when you are wet.

The light comes with a 1.000mAh 18350 battery, and the design features plug-in USB-C rechargeability for added convenience. Side switch activation makes it easy to turn the light on and off. There are 5 other modes available, including a 0.5-lumen Firefly Mode with a claimed runtime up to 106 hours. This is ideal for emergency situations or extended periods of darkness.

The pocketable design and small footprint gives you go-anywhere searchlight power without having to bring a huge and bulky light on your adventures.

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