Not much more power.
Just a powerful enough bulb for the 23-year-old Maglite.
With these, I was able to revive the flashlight in the washing machine that had gone through the entire washing program to work again.
The upgrade compared to the old Mag-Lite was, I think, pretty slow.
I always keep these spare bulbs in stock. It is not very sustainable development smart to buy a new bulb when the bulb comes to the end of its life cycle. Mailing in a letter when packed in a rotating sales package.
One more thing to add - one battery burned once during 3 burners.
That is, endurance has been sacrificed to achieve the brightest power.
Now the luminaire has a 130 snow led bulb and works as expected. The control also keeps the light bright throughout.
The difference between night and day for those old style krypton bulbs.
These emit a bright white light.
New life came to the Mini-Maglite flashlight. :-)