BOOST – provides instant maximum light from the flashlight. This means that when the “boost” mode is activated, the flashlight immediately emits maximum light output, and after a while it automatically returns to the standard lighting mode. This mode only works for a short time, usually a few seconds, because it consumes a large amount of power and can lead to rapid drainage of the battery or battery pack.
HIGH – provides very bright, strong and intense light. It can be very useful in emergency situations when there is a need to quickly and effectively illuminate a space or work in difficult conditions. It is one of the primary flashlight modes.
MEDIUM – is characterized by the moderate brightness of the light emitted by the flashlight. It is the most efficient mode considering the luminous flux and battery consumption.
LOW – is often selected when minimal light intensity is needed. This mode can also help save energy and extend flashlight runtime.
STROBE – is characterized by pulsating, flickering light that is emitted from the flashlight with a regular short interval between light pulses. This mode is designed to achieve a blinding and disorienting effect on a potential aggressor or threat.