Xenide High-Intensity Flashlight

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This “Xenide” flashlight from AELight has a metal halide and xenon emitter, similar to those used in HID headlights on high-end cars and tuned late ’90s Honda Civics. It’s powered by a rechargeable lithium ion battery and can throw 900 or so lumens up to 2,200 feet—nearly half a mile. It’s $350 for a 15-watt version; $500 for the 25-watt.

Product Page [AELight.com via PopSci via Oh Gizmo!]

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