Just for the record, I do not own the featured image on this page. I downloaded it from Wal Mart’s website.
I have been a fan of Bushnell flashlights since the late Spring of 2014 when I saw them selling at Wal Mart.
By the way, every time I go to Wal Mart, I always check out the flashlights section.
In November of 2014, in fact on Black Friday, I purchased the Bushnell T125L, which I sold in late 2018. I was so impressed by it, that a few days later, I purchased the Bushnell T225L, which I still have. Then in March of 2015, I purchased a Bushnell Pro 100L, also of which I still have. These three have since been updated by Bushnell with brighter LED engines.
Since I always check out the flashlights at Wal Mart every time I shop there, I had long wanted the Bushnell T750L. However, with me being on a fixed income, I cannot frequently fork over almost $40 ($32.44+tax) for a flashlight, no matter how cool it may be.
So I scraped some cash here and there and then finally on December 26, 2019, I went to my local Wal Mart and purchased a Bushnell T750L, which is what this review will be about.
This review will be more of less of my initial reactions, since I have maybe owned it for a little over twenty four hours.
I know this flashlight is mainly targeted towards hunters and I don’t hunt simply because I cannot afford to. I would love to go hunting but there is so much red tape entailed in being allowed to do so. Then there is all the required equipment which can go into the tens of thousands of dollars. If I could afford to hunt, I definitely would, because I would like being able to have a lot of good, healthy meat and to bless others with it as well. And not only that, I find shooting guns to be very therapeutic!
However, I can find other uses for this flashlight and if there is anything I am good at it is finding non-conventional uses for certain products.
There are three lighting systems on this flashlight:
The main White Cree LED that gives off 750 Lumens for 6.5 Hours with a Beam Distance of 280 Meters-Quite possibly my brightest LED flashlight at the moment and used for general purpose illumination.
4 Red LEDs that give off 16 Lumens for 80 Hours but Wal Mart’s website didn’t specify the beam distance-These are designed for any night time activity without disrupting night vision.
4 Off-Blue LEDs that give off 6 Lumens for 93 Hours with a Beam Distance of 7 Meters-These allow hunters to find and follow the blood trails of wounded game at night.
The durable Aircraft Aluminum body is designed to withstand a 1 Meter drop on a hard surface.
The tactically correct switch allows for a momentary on in any mode.
The power source is 6 AA Alkaline batteries, which fit snugly and securely inside and come bundled for free.
I wish the light cycling system could be custom programmed instead of White-Red-Off Blue.
If it were possible, I would have programmed it to Off Blue-Red-White, so night vision would not be adversely affected whilst initially turning the flashlight on.
However, there is an advantage to that setup and it is self defense tactics.
A full 750 Lumen White light could definitely disorient any opponent in total darkness.
Then the size and weight of this flashlight make it the perfect impact weapon, yet it can still be mostly concealed.
This could definitely be a hit with security personnel, especially those employed at truck stops or marine terminals.
If you could get over that bright White light coming first, then this flashlight could also be a hit with nighttime transportation and logistics workers, because the Red LEDs are generous enough with light to see whatever you’re doing, but won’t adversely affect your night vision.
Then of course there are the Off Blue LEDs, which are for following the blood trails of wounded game at night. This is the main selling point of this flashlight with hunters.
I did drop mine on a hard floor by accident, but it still performs flawlessly and doesn’t even have a ding on it!
I might sometimes carry this in my EDC backpack, because it is indeed compact enough.
I will say that there are very few good flashlights still sold at Wal Mart, when just a few years ago there were plenty.
Wal Mart also sells a very limited variety of Maglites as well, way much less than in previous years.
This downward trend began in 2018 and now we are in a death spiral as far as I’m concerned.
There may be hope like there may not be hope.
All in all I give this product a 4.9 out of 5 stars and the tenth of a point is debatable to begin with, because some may find the light cycling system useful while other may find it detrimental. It all depends on the end user.
This therefore concludes of review of the Bushnell TRKR T750L Multi Use Flashlight.
I hope you, the reader, have been informed and entertained…