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Wicked Lasers Flashtorch Flashlight: Yep, It Also Sets Stuff on Fire

by Lambert Varias

Wicked Lasers has updated its Flashtorch flashlight to be lighter and longer lasting than ever before. The company claims that the Flashtorch is the world’s brightest and most powerful flashlight. I can’t verify that, though I wouldn’t be surprised if the claims hold up. After all, the Flashtorch is so bright that it can easily start a fire.

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The Flashtorch has a 100W halogen lamp that emits 4,100 lumens and lasts up to 2,000 hours, a battery lasts up to 40min. per charge, and a heat-resistant lens and reflector that adjust the beam from a wide floodlight to a focused firestarter.

Put on gloves and goggles  and head to Wicked Lasers to order the Flashtorch. It’s guaranteed to burn through $200 (USD) before you even turn it on.

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Comments (1):

  1. TF says:


    This flashlight is a piece of crap, and the customer service is twice as bad. I ordered the FlashTorch directly from WickedLasers.com. After a month of waiting, it finally arrived. The FlashTorch and its accessories were jammed into a USPS postal envelope (similar to a cereal box) without any packing material – like something purchased off of eBay. As to be expected, due to the weight of the FlashTorch, the packing envelope was barely holding together. After removing the envelope I discovered the Flashtorch had a considerable gash on the housing. Further examination revealed the FlashTorch was barely even assembled. The internal circuitry and bulb holder are clearly designed to be held together by a spanner nut. The spanner nut was barely threaded into the FlashTorch housing, and the entire assembly was falling apart. The LED switch was hanging out by its wires. The charging port was not aligned with the hole in the housing, neither the charging port cover nor the charger could be plugged into the charging port.

    I called customer service, and was told nothing could be done over the phone, and I would have to provide a written transcript of my concerns via the WickedLaser web site. After submitting the web form, I received an email offering an apology, and an assurance a replacement would be sent. About a week later I received an email stating the issue was closed, and seemingly ignored all further contact from me. Eventually I contacted my credit card company, and disputed the charge, and received full reimbursement.


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