When I saw this one I immediately wanted one. I love cleavers, I love carbon fiber, and the overall design of this one just drew me in. GearBest sent one over - this is the Ganzo F7551-CF!
I, like everyone else, recently reviewed the Ultratac A1. When I agreed to that one, I also asked for this light, the Ultratac K18 Mini Brass. Mike at Ultratac agreed, and here's my review of this tiny little light!
There's a new maker in town! These guys are FidgetHQ, makers of some fine and very popular fidget spinners in brass, stainless, copper, and titanium. They know how to get things done, and they've set their eyes on flashlight. This is their first offering, a triple emitter, 18650/18350 light, with Bistro firmware. Here's my review of this light!
Along with the XTAR PB2 I recently reviewed, XTAR sent the Dragon VP4 Plus 4 bay 2A charger. This is an interesting charger, with some unusual features, and I'm glad to give it a test, too!
Olight has a new tiny keychain light out. In the meantime of me asking for the X9R, Olight wanted to send out the I1R and I3T. I've already reviewed the I3T, so here's the I1R!
GearBest sent over a projector for review. I think this one's a hot item at the moment; here's my review and thoughts on it! Note I've not reviewed a projector before, so this review could be slightly basic for seasoned projector veterans out there; I'm always open to improving my reviews based on constructive criticism!
Ultratac got in touch with me recently to review a light of theirs. They have a few brass offerings and I was interested, so I agreed to review the A1 if they also sent a brass light. The brass light (K18 Mini) will be reviewed soon, but here's the A1 for now.
Olight sent a couple of their new lights for review. The I3T and the I1R. Today I'm reviewing the first of those two, the I3T. It's a triple A clicky, with a simple UI.
This one just showed up from GearBest one day. I am not a fan of Tanto style blades, but I'll still put down some thoughts about the knife. I do like a small knife, though!
When I saw this light, I immediately knew it was one I wanted to see in person. Knowing it's made by JETBeam made it even more appealing; I've reviewed a bunch of their lights and typically really like them. I liked this one for it's shape, to be honest, but as a biker it's nice to have a dedicated light made by a reputable company.
An aliexpress store recently got in touch regarding some Sanrenmu knives. I typically like these knives (I've reviewed a few.) So I said sure! And that leads us to today, with the fixed blade S611-4. In orange!!
Sofirn is continuing their media blitz, and I'm on the receiving end! This time it's the SF36, an 18650 medium-thrower.
I have review other Reylights before (Lan Ti and Pineapple), and like them. I still use them quite often, actually. Rey has an AAA light on the market, the Pineapple Mini! At my request, Banggood sent this one over for testing. Read on for my thoughts!
I reached out to Xtar regarding a couple of their chargers. Particularly the PB2, their newest charger/powerbank. Looks awesome on paper! They also sent over a Dragon, which I'll have some thoughts on later. For now, the PB2.
I've been getting more Lumintop lights lately and that's something I'm pleased with! They make high quality lights, and fit some nice categories. This is the ODL20C, a 26650 thrower, with built in charging! Read on!
I have a short history of reviewing keyboards, and a growing collection. I tend to like smaller boards, and I'm pleased that GearBest sent out this Motospeed CK61 for review. Here's the review, including teardown and thoughts! Also, my first box switches!!
Nitecore has a new offering in their Multi-Task (MT) series. This time it's the MT42, a 18650x2 light, with a dual switch interface, and a rated 470m throw. Here are my measurements and thoughts on the MT42!
I teased a working unit of a bench power that I built last year. I cataloged the process in the best way I could figure, and here's that post! So here's my second "How Do I..." Build a Bench Power from a PSU. I'm not an electrical engineer or have any background in engineering or electronics. I'm happy to pass this knowledge along, and I hope you find it useful.
Liitokala is known for nice products which tend to be reasonably priced. This is their latest offering, an update to the Lii-100. This is the Lii-S1, which has a digital display, and the option to work no matter the orientation of the cell. A novel feature! Read on for more.