The ThruNite TN36 is one of the brightest torch flashlights available, with 7300 lumens at its brightest setting. For tactical missions, or navigating twisting paths after dark, this advanced flashlight will leave nothing unseen. It is light enough to be carried in hand, but can also be stood up on end whenever needed without fear of it falling over and breaking.
If a high output light that is durable enough for even the most rugged and dangerous trips is what you need, this is the light to choose.
- Portable compact flood flashlight
- 2 lumens (moonlight)
- 7300 lumens (turbo and strobe)
- 137 minutes on strobe, 95 minutes on turbo, 194 minutes on high (2500 lumens), 587 minutes on medium (850 lumens), 54 hours on low (130 lumens), 33 days on moonlight
- 4 x 18650 batteries (ThruNite 18650 3200Mah)
- Six modes (strobe, turbo, high, medium, low, moonlight), advanced electronic side button switch
- 285 meters beam range
- 397 grams without batteries
- 135.4 mm in length, 64 mm in diameter
- Aircraft grade aluminium body with premium Type III hard anodized anti-abrasive finish, ultra-clear tempered glass lens with an anti-reflective coating
- Black, with either neutral white or cool white LEDs
- Holster, 2 spare O-rings, battery carrier inside flashlight, manual, all included. Extra batteries and charger bundle sold separately, or with flashlight as part of a kit.
- 30 days free replacement for defective lights, 24 months free repair, and lifetime limited warranty
- Impact resistant up to 2 meters
- IPX-8 standard waterproof up to 2 meters, 3 CREE XHP70 LEDs, ThruNite ITC (intelligent temperature control) to prevent overheating, reversed polarity protection system, memory function, knurled handle
- First available December 14, 2015
The ThruNite TN36 can be compared with the company’s earlier model, the TN35, as well as Nitecore’s TM26. The TN35 is made from the same materials in the body and lens, uses the same type of batteries, though one less is required, and has a similar price. But it is heavier than the TN36, bigger in length and diameter, and only uses 2750 lumens at its maximum light output.
The Nitecore TM26 has a beam range almost twice the length of the ThruNite TN36, is compatible with CR123 batteries as well as the 18650, uses 4 LEDs over the TN36’s 3, is rechargeable, and comes with a lanyard in addition to the holster. But it is longer and heavier, has only 4000 lumens at its maximum light output, and the price is triple the cost of the ThruNite TN36.
If the convenience of the additional battery options and more LED’s is what you want, the Nitecore is a great choice, but the size, maximum lumen output, and high impact rating bring the ThruNite TN36 to the top of the list.
The ThruNite TN36 has earned its rating of 4.5 stars. It is great for numerous outdoor activities, including camping and hunting, but it can also be used for professional purposes by the military or police force. The features and light output are definitely worth the money, and anyone who buys one will be raving about how amazing it is.
- Six light modes
- 7300 lumens on high
- Waterproof and impact resistant
- Too large to carry in a pocket