My first "real" cell charger was a Nitecore D4. Nitecore came close to replacing it a while back with the SC4, but they've certainly done it with these new two chargers - the USM2 and USM4. These chargers (most importantly?) fit 21700 cells, among other awesome features. Read on!
Nitecore is expanding their "keychain" light selection. This time it's with a bigger option, with 1000 lumen output, while retaining the dual switch interface.
Here's a light I've been excited about since I reviewed a light for RovyVon initially. I since reviewed a couple more from the Aurora series (and like them!). I was clued in during the prototype phase, but have only just gotten the review sample. So here's my review of the RovyVon triple! The E300S!
Thrunite has a new light on the market. It's an 18650 light, with on-board charging, but boasts an incredible 2300 lumens. Read on to see how this light tests, and if it hits its claim!
I've reviewed many iterations of this light. I did the S42 not that long ago. And one of my very first reviews was of the Manker E14 (which I later sold, and hugely regretted selling).
This is yet another update on that platform, with 219c emitters, and some other improvements. Read on for more!
Another Acebeam review today! I do not have all that much experience with this brand, but what I have seen, I like. This is a medium range 18650-sized thrower, with on-board charging, and dual switch. Read on to see how it performs!
After talking with the guys over at KillzoneFlashlights, and reviewing their 219b BLF-348, we got into some more serious discussions. They sent a few more lights. Two by Acebeam, and one of their own. Here's the first of those, the Acebeam EC65.
Wuben is still hitting the scene hard. I've reviewed a Wuben before, the TO10R. The build quality is great, and I was interested to see if Wuben would keep that trend going. They sent the E05, which I believe has just been released, and here's my review and test of it!
XTAR makes some great products, and have a massive line of chargers. Here are two new chargers, the D2 and D4. Very similar chargers, except one's a 2-bay, and one's a 4-bay. I think they could make great basic fast chargers, but I'm glad to test them to find out!
I tend to like Rofis lights. They're well made, very functional, and more often than not, just neat little lights. So I was excited when this MR30 showed up in the mail - the MR70 is still my go-to powerbank travel light. The MR30 is smaller with the same capacity, and loses the side light (which I never really used anyway). I'm excited to put it to the test!
While this is a light, it's not really a typical flashlight. And to be honest I've had it on a shelf to review for a while and I'm going to put it on the "Tuesday" (aka "not a flashlight") review day. So here are my thoughts on this little solar powered hanging light, the Zanflare SB-6039.
Here's a light I was so excited to get, and one I'm very pleased to have. It's quite special - Nitecore's highest output light at a claimed 10,000 lumens. I've been messing around with it for a while, and here are my tests and thoughts!
Xtar has a bunch of new chargers out, including this update to a previous model. This is the VC2S, which steps up the game from the original VC2 by adding an S!! Maybe more, but read on to find that info out!
Here's another Sofirn light - one not meant to be a barn burner, but just a solid performer in general. It's an 18650 light, with on-board charging. Read on!
Another Nitecore enters the mix! This is a tube light with an indicating switch and on-board charging. This one adds an interesting thing to the list though: waterproof charge port! Read on!
Here's a review of another Thrunite. In truth, and as I just reviewed the TN42, this review will be much the same as that review, but with more consideration for the battery pack (which is the main/only difference). I liked the regular TN42, so let's see how the TN42c v2 pans out!
I knew when I reviewed the Klarus Mi1C aspheric that I wanted to review these 'nicer metal' versions with the reflector. FastTech send this titanium version, and I'm pleased to put it through the paces!
I was fortunate to continue the discourse with RovyVon, and they sent two more of these tiny Aurora keychain lights. This time it's the A2 and A3. I'm reviewing them together because they really only differ in body material. But they're different from the A5 I already reviewed in that they don't have secondary emitters. Read on to see how they act!
Today I'm having a look at the Nitecore BR35, a bicycle flashlight. It's meant for handlebar mount, and had all the parts required. It has a built in battery, and on-board charging! There's a lot going on in this light, so read on!