Going small is the big thing in 16340 lights lately, and Fenix has entered the game. The Fenix E16 is a tiny light - definitely the smallest 16340 light I've handled (and I'd guess the very smallest on the market). I've been using this one for a while, so read on for my thoughts!
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!
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!
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!
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!
Killzone Flashlights has in stock (for now?) lights labeled 219b, in the awesome BLF-348 style. Read on to see if that turns out to be true, and how this light works out.
Phil from the Kickstarter program for the Backnife sent me a message that he'd like to send one of his products out for a look. I have been interested in ceramic knives for a while, so I said sure! A ceramic box cutter, neat!