When you are out there in the dark, 213 lumens would be a welcome sight.Haven't needed it yet but the 2019 update to an old classic, the Maglite 2D classic touts 213 lumens for 17 hours on high. 213 lumens don't sound like much these days but 53,000+ candella says it's a bright one. No parasitic drain like the ML series lights means it can be stored without worrying if you remembered to loosen the tailcap.
It has a low setting that looks like a switch turned off much of the spill while the spot stays largely intact. No number is listed at Maglite for it's output on low, be it lumens or candella, but it's kinda hard to tell when it's down shifted to low. Yet it is said to run an amazing 127 hours on low. That's 5 days.