Dropping this onto concrete five times didn't damage this 5.9-inch, single-setting light at all, and our 16-ounce steel-claw hammer practically bounced off its anodized aluminum body (and we hit it six times). Not even the two-and-a-half ton truck we drove over it - twice - could inflict more than a few surface scratches, let alone stop the Bluecolt from beaming its focused, 140-lumen rays. Its only drawback? A two-hour run time. [$100; bluecoltflashlights.com]
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