UltraFire, as a professional flashlight manufacturer, has been offering flashlight products to over 5m people around the world. Here is some advice for new flashlight buyers:
1. Budget & Usage
When you are looking for an everyday carry there are many frugal options available. What most people don't realize that you can get an extremely durable and long-lasting flashlight on a decent budget, such as UltraFire SK68. However, if you are interested in high performance flashlights and you do have a little bit more money to toy around with, there are some really great flashlights available such as UltraFire Maxter V1. Well it totally depends on what you use the flashlight for and how much budget you got. For most people, everyday carry flashlights are quite enough but for some outdoor players, they might need one with big lumen as well as durable and tough.
2. Lumens and Light Output
A Lumen is the unit we use to measure light output. The more Lumens a flashlight puts out the brighter your flashlight's beam will be. For example a flashlight that has an output of 1000 Lumens is going to be brighter and have a further beam distance than a flashlight with say 180 Lumens. As a buyer you need to pick the Lumen output that is most suitable for your needs.
3. Battery type
The two main categories you can put flashlight batteries into are: rechargeable and non-rechargeable. There are many types of flashlights that take one kind or the other. A non-rechargeable battery is perfect for those of you who are just on the go and will pick up a spare pack of batteries whenever it is needed. However, disposal batteries are cheaper and can be found almost anywhere.
On the other hand for those of you who are always on the go or tend to use your flashlights more often - flashlights with rechargeable batteries might be for you. Do you need your light for work or frequently go venturing into the outdoors? Then a flashlight that uses rechargeable batteries could help save you money over time.
Durability doesn't matter to everyone but it is one factor that shouldn't be overlooked when buying a new flashlight. In this day and age there are so many quality certifications and durability tests that it seems some flashlights are almost indestructible. There's flashlights that are waterproof, impact resistant, they can be thrown off a cliff and still work - well maybe.
As a police officer, construction worker, firefighter, or some other hands on profession, you will want to look into a flashlight that can keep up and last through tough conditions. You want a flashlight that can be dropped from higher distances and can resist water penetration to a greater extent.
All in all, UltraFire offers you a wide range of selection when you want to buy a flashlight. Google "UltraFire" and you will see there are so many content on this brand, good or bad. Make your own judgement and don't forget you may always be able to contact us for any inquiries you have.