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What is Color Temperature? 
Color temperature is a characteristic of visible light that describes how "cool" or "warm" the light appears, measured in Kelvin (K). Cool light appears more blue-white, while warm light appears more yellow-orange.
When it comes to choosing a flashlight, there are three main color temperature options: cool white and neutral white and “warm” light.
Cool white flashlights typically have a color temperature of 5000K or higher. They emit a bright, bluish-white light that is ideal for outdoor activities, search and rescue operations, and other tasks where a lot of bright light is needed. However, the blue light can cause eye strain and distort the colors of objects, making them appear cooler or more bluish.
Neutral white flashlights typically have a color temperature of around 4000K to 5000K. They emit a light that is closer to natural daylight and has less of a blue tint. This makes them ideal for tasks that require color accuracy and definition, such as electrical work, photography, or medical examinations. Neutral white flashlights are also easier on the eyes than cool white flashlights. Pokelit 2*AA is one good example.
Warm white flashlights typically have a color temperature of 3000K or lower. They emit a soft, yellowish-white light that is ideal for indoor use, as it produces a warm and cozy atmosphere. Warm white flashlights are also easier on the eyes than cool white flashlights, making them a good choice for tasks that require prolonged use.