What light is brighter? 22000lm 18 x cree xm-l t6 led flashlight or the old 1 million candle spot?

I just bought the new 18 x Cree T6 xml 22000 lm output max. Even the 12 x Cree t6 xml will blind an animal like a skunk or raccoon and send it back where it came from while camping in the wilds! The old 13000 lumen 12 x Cree is very strong at night, very blinding.

I was wondering if you tested this new 22,000 lumen concentrated CREE beam from CN and will it be stronger than the old 1 million candle power spot lights with 25 watt xenon bulbs? Minimum power for this 19 inch monster is 5 x 26650 LI Ion protected batteries. I should get mine in a few days, I will have to send in my personal impression!
Asked Jan 07, 2014
Hi there, the 22000 lumen is much brighter with a more concentrated beam than the I million candle power. The new cree torches have a lot more technology and circuitry built in to both the torch and batteries. Extreme care must be taken when using them and keep locked away from children.
Answered Nov 15, 2014
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