The 10 Best Streamlight Flashlights

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This wiki has been updated 23 times since it was first published in February of 2017. If you're thinking of buying a flashlight, you obviously want it to be bright, durable, and the right size for the task at hand. But more than anything else, you don't want it to stop working at a critical moment. For decades, Streamlight has been manufacturing some of the highest-quality products on the market, and the models that we have chosen represent the very best they have to offer. When users buy our independently chosen editorial choices, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Stinger DS

2. Stylus Pro

3. Strion LED

Editor's Notes

April 04, 2019:

If you're looking for a regular, medium-size flashlight, it's hard to beat the 8.85-inch Stinger DS, which is bright, energy-efficient, and has a durable, water-resistant shell. The Strion LED is a little smaller at nearly 6 inches long, making it a great size to keep in your glove box or desk, and it comes with both AC and DC adapters, so you can even charge it in the car. The SL 20-L is a full-size model at 13 inches, and its simple one-handed operation and flashing strobe mode make it suitable for law enforcement, fire and rescue, and security applications. The Nano Miniature, Microstream C4, and Stylus Pro are all compact enough to carry in your pocket, and the latter's lantern feature makes it great for camping and other situations when you want hands-free light.

4. Survivor Right Angle

5. SL 20-L

6. KeyMate USB

7. Microstream Ultra-Compact

8. TLR Tactical

9. Nano Miniature

10. Pro Polymer

Gabrielle Taylor
Last updated by Gabrielle Taylor

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