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

by Lambert Varias
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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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