Coleman 3AAA Aluminium LED Dlashing - Red/Blue Lense


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South Africa
Coleman - 3AAA Aluminium LED Dlashing -Red/ Blue Lense
Bundle deals expire when stock runs out. T&Cs apply

Lauren, South Africa. 14 July 2015

All the specs are true, this torch is blindingly bright and shines incredibly far, but the beam is quite focused so not a huge radius of light. Reminds me of a lightsaber. Very happy.

Spot light
Flood light

Shedding Light On Torches

Types of Bulbs

With great advancements in technology, it's hard to beat the energy efficiency, run time, impact resistance and brightness options of an LED flashlight. Other bulb types, like the incandescent krypton bulbs, have since been rendered almost obsolete.

Types of Beams

The lens reflector that surrounds a bulb will affect how the light is dispersed.

The 3 most commonly used are:

  1. Flood (or fixed): A single beam width, great for general tasks while camping or while out walking.
  2. Spot (or focused): A single beam condensed into a spotlight to for longer distances. This is best for route-finding or other fast-paced activities.
  3. Adjustable: Beam width ranges from wide to focused, or any point in-between. This gives more flexibility whether it be using a spot beam to identify a path, or a flood beam to study a map.

Regulated Output

Lights with a regulated power supply maintain a steady, strong brightness level until such point that the battery is near the end of its life. Unregulated lights start bright then slowly grow dimmer as the battery loses power.

Types of Batteries

It's important to select the most suitable type of battery for your flashlight, depending on your needs:

Disposable: AAA or AA are the most commonly used battery sizes in use, and are readily available. They have a higher voltage output for a smaller size and weight. Flashlights using D cell batteries are still available for larger torches.

Rechargable: Built-in lithium-ion batteries can be recharged through a USB connection from a computer, AC or DC outlet or solar panel. This means low ongoing running costs and reduced waste. (Caution: Do not use lithium or lithium-ion batteries with any flashlight unless recommended by the manufacturer.)

Renewable: Flashlights with a built-in battery energised by a hand crank/solar panel are ideal for emergency kits.


Some torch models offer 2 or more modes like low, medium, high and boost. You may rarely use more than one mode, but having the option to throw an extra-strong beam on demand can be reassuring. Keep in mind that a brighter mode will result in a shorter runtime. Some models may offer special modes like a strobe, SOS or programmable modes, which may be a feature that is integrated into the flashlight, or set up on software and downloaded to the light via a USB cable.


Some users have strong preferences when it comes to on/off buttons and lighting mode switches, whether it be push buttons, rotating bezel or sliders. A handy safety lock feature can prevent the light from being accidentally turned on, as to avoid an unexpected flat battery.

Materials and Shape

Most flashlight bodies are usually either aluminum alloy or plastic. Some feature stainless steel in the head of the flashlight for extra impact resistance. Additionally, the surface of the body may have a knurled pattern to reduce slipping and give the user a better grip.

Size and Weight

This is mostly personal preference. A larger, heavier unit is not necessarily brighter, but it is likely to feature an extended run time due to a greater battery capacity.


Useful add-ons like a lanyard, belt clip or holster, and lens filters and diffusers may be included or sold separately.

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