You know how everything deep underwater looks like one even shade of greenish gray? You start to believe that those are its true colors, but good lighting would show you otherwise. But I can’t recommend taking your 99 cent flashlight into the deeps.
Flame Angel, I can recommend. This is the real deal. Its price tag says it all. $300? They’re not fooling around.
It’s made of aluminum, austenite, or magnesium (this last only in a collector’s edition), your choice. The thing is unbreakable. Run it over with your Jeep, it works as well as the day you dropped $300 on a flashlight and confused all your friends. “$300 for a flashlight?” A Go-Pro mountable flashlight, if you please.
This isn’t an Everyman’s flashlight. This is for adventurers. Diving, biking, camping, hunting for sand crabs… It’s built from the bottom up to be unlike any other. For instance, it has no switch. No toggle, no button. These are mechanical nightmares waiting to happen. They break down. They stick. They jam. They would render a $300 flashlight useless, and then your friends would laugh at you.
No. Instead, the base of the flashlight is a sensitive surface. Tap it once to turn on and off, a couple times to reduce or increase brightness, a few more times to check the battery level.
Ah, yes, the battery. Lithium ion, of course. Rechargable by USB.
Now the fun part. Flame Angel can withstand and remain waterproof at depths of 300 meters, depths only a submarine could reach. Did you realize that most scuba divers only make it 40 meters beneath the surface?
Flame Angel can do a lot, and one of the things it does best is help you take great underwater pictures. Remember the greenish gray hue every object takes a couple dozen meters under? Flame Angel lights up the depths with 1000 lumens of light. The Sport version focuses that light, the Video version diffuses it into artificial daylight. Now all that dark-hued dullness springs out in blazing colors.