LED Flashlight Comparison: COAST PX45 vs. COAST A25

PX45 LED Flashlight vs. A25 LED FlashlightWhen you’re as enthusiastic about professional use LED flashlight design as we are, the differences between various models jump out at you. However, if you’re not a complete LED gadget geek, it can be difficult to sift through the different flashlight features and advantages. Fortunately, we have an easy solution – rather than pulling your hair out over LED research, just read our handy table below. Today we’re focusing on two of our top professional use LED flashlight options: the COAST PX45 and the COAST A25.

Before diving into the details, one note on both of these models is that they’re intended for professional use. Mechanics, technicians, plumbers and inspectors require high-end professional use LED flashlights for their work. When you rely on a flashlight to do your job, day in and day out, you’re most likely willing to pay a little more for a product that won’t poop out on you at exactly the wrong time. Both the PX45 and the A25 will shine (literally and figuratively) in this role. However, there are a few key differences between them, as outlined below.

COAST PX45 LED Flashlight COAST A25 LED Flashlight
Casing Aluminum Stainless Steel (easy to clean)
Beam Focusing Mechanism Pure Beam™ with Bulls-Eye Spot™ Pure Beam™ with Bulls-Eye Spot™
Maximum Beam Distance 610 feet 672 feet
Lumens in High Output Setting 212 lumens 226 lumens
Lumens in Low Output Setting 61 lumens 44 lumens
High Powered Strobe Setting No Yes
Impact Resistant Yes Yes
Water Resistant Yes Yes
Weight, including batteries 5.8 ounces 10.4 ounces
Batteries (included) 3 x AAA batteries 4 x AAA batteries
Length 5.2 inches 5.5 inches
Diameter at body 1.11 inches 1.13 inches
Diameter at bezel 1.48 inches 1.42 inches
Runtime at High Setting 7 hours 15 minutes 5 hours
Runtime at Low Setting 13 hours 24 hours 15 minutes

One final note on the PX45 and the A25 LED flashlights: Both are backed by COAST’s lifetime guarantee against defects in workmanship and materials.

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