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What you carry is an important part of what you do on a daily basis. Its a true test of how prepared you are on a daily basis. Daily habits are a powerful part of what makes you who you are. If you practice a powerful EDC than you are going to hit the day with readiness in mind.
We are going to look at flashlights in particular to add to your EDC.
How bright your light is can be one of the most important parts of which light you carry. You really need to consider the environment that you will be using this light in. An EDC light may be just as much for use at work as it is in case of emergency.
If you live or work in a very remote area, it would stand to reason that you should go for the highest lumens you can. A light with 800 to 1000 lumens is an impressive tool for any scenario.
However, lumens can be a double edge sword. Don’t forget, when the lights go out people will see your light from a long ways away. it just might bring you some trouble if you don’t practice light discipline.
How big a light you have depends on how you plan on carrying it. Some people like their EDC light to be a small pocket items. Others like bigger lights that might sit in the backpack.
The size of the light you carry is all about your preference. Make your EDC a tool for solving problems in your life.
From long press to triple press to press and hold, there are all sorts of functions that are available when it comes to an EDC light. You can jump right to high beam, you can have a candlelight beam or you can employ things like strobe.
Most lights offer 2-3 levels of light beam on each unit. Lots of functionality can be perk or benefit depending on the person. Its important to understand that.