Rayovac RWP123A-B, 2000 Lumens, LED Flashlight

 

 

Rayovac RWP123A-B Highlights
Lumen 2000
Dimensions 2.1 x 6.2 x 13.6 inches
Weight 1.4 lbs.
Power Source Battery
Light Source Type Led

 

The Rayovac RWP123A-B BEAST Outdoors, LED Flashlight is a very powerful and very affordable outdoors flashlight. With an output of 2000 lumens, this flashlight is a great choice for people who want powerful flashlights that don't cost an arm and a leg. 

The dual LED and frosted lens features are useful too, so there' more to the Beast than just a powerful output or a low price tag. Here's a brief outline of what you can expect from this particular product. 

Features

The Beast appears to have been designed for the outdoors, though without most of the extra accessories that many tactical flashlights come with these days. As we've mentioned, it has a maximum output of 2000 lumens and a minimum output of 530, both of which are not bad if you're at a campsite or in the middle of nowhere in the middle of the evening. 

Aside from the output, The Beast also has dual LED technology as well as frosted lenses for improved floodlight quality. These aren't groundbreaking features of course, but when you consider The Beast's price, their presence offers extra value on top of an already powerful output. 

As for design and durability, The Beast features aircraft-grade aluminum casing for added protection, as well as good weight distribution for easy handling. The item doesn't have any accessories, but if you're only concerned about the bare essentials then it's a good flashlight to have. 

Finally, it's worth mentioning that The Beast is big, and despite its design, a little heavy. So if you do decide to buy this flashlight, don't expect something light. Despite its weight, though, it's not as heavy as many other tactical flashlights, so it all evens out in the end. 

Pros 

- Dual LED and frosted lenses improves floodlight quality
- Maximum output of 2000 lumens offers great value 
- Affordable price
- Weight distribution allows for easy handling

Cons

- At around 13 inches, The Beast is not easy to store
- The Beast may not be very practical as a home or emergency flashlight

Conclusion 

All in all, the Beast could best be described as a practical and affordable outdoor tactical flashlight. It's affordable, powerful, durable and it has good floodlight quality. There are better alternatives out there, of course, but they are not as affordable as The Beast. The fact is that a most flashlights that can put out a maximum output of 2000 lumens will cost  more than what this item costs. 

Aside from the output, it's also worth mentioning that The Beast offers good floodlight quality thanks to its dual LED and frosted lenses. Some people may not think that this is particularly important, but it is certainly very useful if you're outdoors, at a camp site or even a dark building, where the light's range matters. 

So when you get right down to it, The Beast is a great flashlight for people who want an affordable, but reliable outdoor flashlight. Sure, it may not have a lot of extra features or accessories, but it is reliable and that's what matters.