Tripping in the dark? Can’t see the trees? Time for the power of the Maglite Flashlights!
Maglite Flashlights are practically a staple in our camping gear and around our house. You won’t find a better or brighter flashlight.
I wouldn’t ever go camping without one. And if you know a bit of their history you’ll understand why.
In 1979 Mr. Anthony Maglica introduced the world to the first Maglite flashlight. He sought out the highest standards of quality and integrity. He was obsessed with fine engineering and the company continues to produce Maglite flashlights with that in mind.
North American made, the Maglite Flashlights are so durable and long lasting I’m sure our children will be able to pass them down to their children one day!
There are a large variety of styles, sizes and colours to choose from including the mini Maglite flashlight. The mini mag flashlight is just as rugged and durable as the full size Maglite flashlights but obviously a lot smaller and lighter. These are super clipped onto your backpack, used for reading in your tent and make the best flashlights to give to the kids.
What we love about the Maglight flashlights is how well made and tough they are. And there’s nothing delicate about the mini flashlight.
All of their flashlights come with the outer casing made of aluminum and is resistant to corrosion. They have a pretty strong light beam and come with two power settings, one full strength and a lower setting that conserves power and is great for reading at night or used inside the tent.
Of the large selection of models they make, we also like their Maglite led flashlight and their MagCharger – rechargeable flashlight.
All of these are made with high standards of quality and dependability, made of aluminum and are designed to be tough, rugged and long lasting.
Of course being both campers and hikers we also bring a few headlamps with us, especially when we’re backpacking. Being able to be hands free at night time is pretty important when you’re out in the back country. We have headlamps for the kids too and these are also a staple in our camping gear.
You can look at the cheaper, plastic flashlights but if you really want to get your money’s worth and have the brightest flashlight in the campground, look for the Maglite brand, you won’t be sorry and you won’t miss your way to the bathroom either.