The SureFire FirePak is a great right-angled (kinda) light. LED, 4 brightness settings from 100-1500 lumens. Rechargeable with good battery life. It will also charge your cell phone in a pinch. They made them to attach to cell phones for video shooting but it's not really good for that. I 3-D printed a pocket clip that fits the dovetail grooves on the back and it works great clipped to a radio strap or on a turnout coat for fire/rescue. They also work great attached to a drone. They're so lightweight you can put 2 or even 4 on small to mid-sized drones. But very expensive.
Yeah.... so ironically my Fenix LD15R which was a fairly recent purchase has turned out to be the light with the absolute most amount of use/runtime out of the literally countless number of lights in my collection with some models going back easily 20 years. And, it's not even close. Funny how things sometimes work out.
Nicron B70 Plus twisthead flashlight. White/green/Red LED Head twists from straight to right-angle. 950 lumens on Hi (white lite), size 1 inch wide by about 6 inches long, IP65 water resistant, uses 1 18650 rechargeable battery.
I was looking at the Nicron b70 or the Streamlight Knucklehead for a work light and i like the simple ui of the streamlight but the lumen output at under 200 may not be bright enough under a car or in an attic. And 18650 is preferable. Any opinions?