Torches with broad beams give a greater impression of brightness but they don't shine as far as a "throwy" torch with the same number of lumens because their light is spread over a wider area, rather than being concentrated into an intense hot-spot. IMHO "floody" torches are the best choice for pretty much everything except game-viewing and hunting, although some of the models below are not too shabby in that department. Here your choice will probably be influenced by how small you'd like your torch to be and how much you're willing to spend.
At the budget end we have the tiny Sofirn SP10A Guard and still-very-portable SP31 Hilt, offering unbelievable value for money, while the mid-range is occupied by the exquisite and versatile Rofis trio, the R1 Jock, R2 Laaitie and R3 Sidekick. Acebeam dominate the high-end of this market with their EC50ii Brutus, K30 Energy, K40M Squire and awesome 18,000 lumen X45ii Eclipse. The B158 Bullseye is unique in many respects, not least that it is both an out-and-out thrower and the floodiest of flooders thanks to its adjustable beam.
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