There may be times when you really need to light the path in front of you. For those times, we’d like to recommend the Repulsor. Clocking in at 7,911 Lumens, it’s allegedly the brightest of any production flashlights of similar size. It’s brighter than a car’s headlights, even. But to call it a flashlight is a bit of a stretch. It’s a 2.8lbs contraption with two bulbs, which is worn around the waist or firmly strapped to something like a bike. A 1 hour charge gives it between 90 minutes and 115 minutes of runtime, depending on the capacity you select. The 60 degree beam angle means there’s really not much in front of you that won’t get lit, and with a beam throw of over 2,300 feet, you’ll be able to light up things you won’t even be able to make out. It’ll cost you a $175 pledge to order your own, as part of a Kickstarter project that hasn’t launched yet.