Best Flashlight over 1000 Lumens for 2022

Flashlights are a necessary part of a survival kit and help you in blackouts and when camping as well.

A decent flashlight should be more than 1000 lumens as it makes enough lumens to brighten a larger area easily.

Here are some recommendations for flashlights that I think are the best.

List of Flashlights over 1000 Lumens

  1. Sofirn BLF SP36
  2. ThruNite Catapult V6
  3. Sofirn SP31 v2.0 Tactical Flashlight
  4. ThruNite TC20 Tactical Flashlight

Here are detailed specifications of each product accordingly.

1. Sofirn BLF SP36 Rechargeable Flashlight

Sorfin BLF SP36 is the best flashlight for over 1000 lumens in my opinion.

The design is great and sturdy.

It provides 5650 Lumen and is very bright and its light beam can reach up to 352 meters.

Has a rating of IPX7 which make it best for tough environments

For battery, this flashlight requires 3*18650 batteries which are included with the flashlight package.

This flashlight from Sorfin has the Anduril version and its UI has multiple functions for light modes which you can get used to by reading the diagram.

This flashlight features a 5-volt USB-C to USB rechargeable port.

Features List:

  • Strong and compact design made from Aluminium
  • IPX-7 certification
  • 3*18650 batteries
  • 5650 Lumen
  • Anduril UI


  • Strong and great design
  • IPX-7 certification
  • Great battery life
  • Very Bright(5650 lumens)


  • A little expensive then other flashlights

2. ThruNite Catapult V6 Rechargeable

ThruNite is a good brand and with this flashlight Catapult V6 the design is great easy to handle with one hand and is strong due to its Aluminium made body.

This flashlight gives a lumens output of 1700 at the max output which makes it very bright and can reach up to 750 meters (also depending upon conditions as well).

This flashlight features an IPX-8 rating making it great for various weather conditions.

Has 6 light modes that can easily be changed from only one button on the flashlight at thumb reach from Firefly, Low, Medium, High, Turbo, and Strobe.

The battery on this flashlight is good too because it requires a 1*26650 battery which comes included in the box.

It is a rechargeable flashlight and has a built-in USB 2A for charging port.

Features List:

  • Has 6 light modes from Firefly,Low, Medium, High, Turbo and upto Strobe
  • Requires one 26650 recharge able battery
  • 1700 lumen at max
  • Aluminium body
  • Compact and strong
  • IPX-8 rating
  • USB 2A charging


  • Overall great


  • None in my opinion.

3. Sofirn SP31 v2.0

Sorfin SP31 v2.0 has a great compact design and its body is made from Aluminium.

It features an IP rating of IPX-8 rating.

The lumen output will reach up to 1200 in maximum mode.

Features a total of 5 light modes from Eco, Low, Mid, High, Turbo, and hidden strobe, and also SOS.

The required battery for this flashlight is 1*18650. All these features make it one of the best-valued flashlight in my opinion and also if you are looking for a great value flashlight this is a good one to have.

Features List:

  • 1*18650 rechargeable battery
  • 1200 lumen at max
  • Aluminium body
  • Small and compact
  • Features 5 light modes
  • IPX-8 rating


  • Amazing budget and value
  • Bright
  • IPX-8 rating
  • Compact and light weight


  • Hardly any at the given price point.

4. ThruNite TC20

ThruNite TC20 is also a great product from Thrunite Has a quality built design made from Aluminium and high lumens output provides such a good value with it.

Provides adjustable light modes which range from 0.5 to 3800 lumens.

It’s compact and measures as close to 5 inches making it very compact and lightweight to carry around.

Although, there is no IP certification mentioned or I couldn’t find but they claim it to be water-resistant.

For battery 1*26650 cell is required. Also features a built-in USB 2A charging port.

Features List:

  • Compact (Almost 5 inches in size)
  • 0.5 to 3800 adjustable lumen
  • Aluminium made
  • 1*26650 cell


  • Good value
  • 3800 Lumens output


  • No IP certification mentioned.
  • A little pricey as compared to budget flashlights

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