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Chunky Little EDC Light – The Fitorch P25 with 3000 Lumens

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The Fitorch P25 is (as the name implies) a fat little EDC light that gives you 3000 lumens of output at the highest level. It’s USB-rechargable and it is a compact flood light that – for me thus far – has worked well. Check it out and let me know what you think.
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10 thoughts on “Chunky Little EDC Light – The Fitorch P25 with 3000 Lumens

  1. It looks cool, but when I look at flashlights I usually buy something that provides a minimum of 2.5 to 3 hours. I can see how THIS one would be cool to own just to have that amount of lumens, but as a primary light I think some of the super bright models are not worth the expense of the batteries one is going to burn thru. I’m glad you and other guys review all kinds of flashlights, but I have a hard time justifying the higher price of some brand name flashlights when I can buy well made units or budget priced models (From 100 to 500+ lumens) that use cheaper batteries and provide more run time at any given amount of brightness.

    I figure what good is a flashlight in an emergency (power outage, post hurricane, tornado, etc., or searching for someone) that only runs a few minutes or under 2 hours. Great video as usual Tim.

  2. The pouch needs to have a snap button (no snap on this one) so I don’t need to remove 1/2 my belt to take it off. I also like pocket clips but clearly it’s a fatty. Otherwise it’s a nice light and nice review👍🏼

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