Most Useful Items in Lethal Company: Item Tier List

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Lethal Company Item Tier List
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Lethal Company has quite a few items you can buy from the Company or find in the Facilities you visit. Given that funds and the inventory size are limited in Lethal Company, it’s best to have the best items on you. Here’s our best Lethal Company items list.

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Best Items in Lethal Company Listed

It was a truly difficult endeavor to create this Tier List, given that a lot of items are truly great, but you can actually do well without them. As the tradition goes, S-Tier items are the best ones, and D-Tier items are the worst. Within all Tiers, sorting is done alphabetically.

S-Tier Lethal Company Items

  • Pro Flashlight – Costs 25 credits, and is a cheap tool to bring loads of light to the dark hallways and rooms. It has extra battery life and a brighter bulb than the base flashlight.
  • Stun Grenade – Costs 40 credits, and provides great getaway utility.
  • Shovel / Stop Sign / Yield Sign – The Shovel costs 30 credits, the Stop Sign costs 36 credits, and the Yield Sign costs 27 credits, either option is a great self-defense weapon.
  • Walkie-Talkie – Costs 12 credits, and is an essential communication item for more complex missions.
  • Zap Gun – Costs 400 credits, and has great self-defense utility with sending up to 80,000 volts.
  • Romantic Table – Costs 120 credits, and is a decor item with a velvet tablecloth and gold candelabra, that you can light by pressing E.

A-Tier Lethal Company Items

  • Boombox – Costs 60 credits, and is a great tool to have to lure the Blind Dogs and Hygrodere Slime, or to help your teammates find you.
  • Lockpicker – Costs 20 credits, and is a useful tool to unlock locked doors when you just don’t have enough keys.
  • Radar Booster – Costs 50 credits, and adds an additional set of eyes for the ship crewmates to help the team.
  • Teleporter – Costs 375 credits, and will teleport any player that is being monitored on the ship’s radar. Beware of the 10 second cooldown!
  • Cozy Lights – Costs 140 credits and are fairy lights with different settings to bring a cozy ambience to your ship.
  • Record Player – Costs 120 credits and has an interactive record to play! Press E to play the music.

B-Tier Lethal Company Items

  • Jetpack – Costs 700 credits, and can get you anywhere, but you can live without it.
  • Extension Ladder – Costs 60 credits, and can be used as a bridge as well because it falls forward after deployment. It’s not expensive, but you rarely need it most of the time.
  • Loud Horn – Costs 150 credits, and can be used to communicate with your team members, regardless of distance. However, if they can hear you, beware the other things that can.
  • TZP Inhalant – Costs 120 credits, and is good for hauling heavy items and changing your voice pitch to sound like you inhaled helium from a balloon. Don’t take too much, as it will scramble your brain!
  • Pajama Suit – Costs 900 credits, and is a blue and yellow patterned pajama suit. It has no gameplay advancements, just a cosmetic upgrade.
  • Television – Costs 130 credits and plays 3 different clips. It would be A-tier worthy if it had more channels!

C-Tier Lethal Company Items

  • Inverse Teleporter – Costs 425 credits, and is unreliable because it will teleport you to a random position outside the ship. (All your items will also be dropped). Disclaimer: It can only transport you out, and not in, leaving you at risk for being trapped.
  • Clown Horn / Air Horn – Both horns cost 62 credits, and both are risky items to use within the Facility due to their volume. We advise you to use a Walkie-Talkie unless you want to communicate with Morse Code.
  • Wooden Table – Costs 70 credits, and is just a small wooden table. Great for filling space, but it doesn’t have an interactive element.
  • Shower – Costs 180 credits, press E to start the shower. We’d rank this higher if it actually cleaned your suit!

D-Tier Items in Lethal Company

  • Flashlight – Costs 15 credits, and is the most affordable light source of the game. However, it pales in comparison to the Pro-Flashlight.

Most of these items run on batteries, and their battery life isn’t infinite, so here’s how to charge battery items in Lethal Company.

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Nikola has been a Staff Writer at Prima Games since May 2022. He has been gaming since being able to hold an Amiga 500 joystick on his own, back in the early 90s (when gaming was good). Nikola has helped organize dozens of gaming events and tournaments and has been professionally attached to gaming since 2009. His current favorite titles are Vampire Survivors, CS2, Legion TD 2, Below the Stone, Brotato, Power Chord, and Halls of Torment