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Stream Flashlights For Survival

Updated on June 5, 2012

When you are camping or hiking, it is always a good idea to have a flashlight with you. There are many things that can happen outdoors and one of the best ways to make sure nothing happens is to have the proper survival kit that includes a stream flashlight. Many of those who have survive in emergency wilderness situation survived because of a Stream Flashlight

1. Stream LED Flashlights Provide Incredibly Bright output.

One thing that survivors have been known to use flashlights for is to catch the attention of rescue workers. This can mean the difference between life and death when it comes to using your flashlight. The Stream LED flashlight is one of the brightest flashlights on the market they are perfect to have in a survival kit because of the eye catching brightness.

Some people think that older camping flashlights with regular incandescent bulbs are perfect for a survival kit. Many survivalists would disagree with you, because, the Stream light flashlight provides you with more than 300 percent more Lumens then regular flashlights. It is good to have the brightness of a flashlight with LED technology it last longer and is powerful enough to scare away animals and get the attention of rescuers if needed.

2. Extended life bulbs

One of the great advantages to using a Streamlight Flashlight with LED technology is the length at which the bulb will last. It is designed to run for over 100,000 hours. The reason is that LED technology is completely different from the incandescent bulb. The incandescent flashlight bulb actually produces heat. This heat is then converted into light. The LED technology takes the same concept except it produces no heat and uses a cool temperature.

LED flashlights can run forever. It is not unusual for the same batteries to be used in an LED flashlight for hundreds of hours. You get to enjoy the brightness in LED light technology and long life in one flashlight. Additionally, another big advantage of LED flashlights is the ability of them to be dimmed or brightened with a switch located on the flashlight. This will also increase the life span of the batteries and bulb

3. Superior Beam Distance

When it comes to flashlights, there are a lot of people that brightness is the only factor in which a flashlight should be judged. This is important; however, it is not the only function that should be used to judge a flashlight. Beam distance is also an important factor when choosing a flashlight. This is important for rescue scenarios as well as giving you plenty of warning of any hostile animals or objects in your path.

Stream LED flashlight is one that will give you the long distance that you need thanks to the LED technology that is in it. Stream flashlights with LED technology, are much more powerful, because they are able to compress the light source which allows the beam to travel much farther. Where the old flashlights tend to scatter the beam in all directions and not provide you a great light pattern.

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4. Consistent Operation, Regardless of Temperature

When you have major changes in temperature, there can be significant issues with metal glass or other substances that cause them to get weaker. For example, when you have a cold glass that is suddenly dropped in hot water, the glass will expand and cause it to break. This is a feature that differentiates a great flashlight with a mediocre flashlight. If, you have a cheap flashlight it is going to get extremely hot. When it is used in colder weather, the bulbs can break easier or not function at all.

With the Stream flashlight, with LED technology you never have to worry about the bulb working in dramatic temperature changes. The LED bulb is designed to work in any environment without interruptions. Stream puts all their flashlights through an incredible battery of test that help it with its quality analysis. Some of these test range in temperatures up to – 200 degrees and the flashlight continues to work as normal. The same goes for extreme heat.

The Stream Flashlight provides an excellent set of distance, brightness and performance that you will only find in this flashlight. No, other provider can guarantee its performance light Stream. So when you are shopping for a survival flashlight, a home flashlight, or any other type of lighting then go with stream flashlights.


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    Nancy Yager 

    6 years ago from Hamburg, New York

    Great to see you back. Every household needs plenty of flashlights. Give one to a kid and they will be your best friend for life.


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