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!
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!
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 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!
The RovyVon lights have been popping up over and over, so I reached out to RovyVon on amazon about some review units. I'd hoped to get a sampling of various iterations, but in the end RovyVon agreed to send the GITD version, the A5.
Today I have a light I've been geeked up about for a while now. Lumintop sent one to me for review, and I put it through the paces. Here's the review of the Lumintop Geek! It has Nichia!!
Nitecore has recently released a couple of special edition small lights, the full copper TIP and TINI. While I've reviewed the TINI before, I thought a full copper version might warrant an updated review!