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!
Here's another new Olight! This is a very simple little cr123 light, billed as "tactical." I've been using it for a while; read on for more thoughts!
Another light from Fasttech! This time it's a new brand for me; Wuben. Wuben says on their website that they've been in the flashlight market for over 30 years. They make quite a few lights I hope to eventually get to test, but for now it's the TO10R, a 16340 triple with on-board charging!
Next in my somewhat long list of Nitecore lights is a light very similar to the P26 I just reviewed. This is a smaller variant, still with the rotary dial and dual switch.
Utorch has been a brand I liked since a while back, when I reviewed the UT02. I really liked that one, and it's been a go-to recommendation for a while. When I saw these two small lights on GearBest, I was very interested to test them. So here's the Utorch S1 Mini, a 16340 aspheric!
Here's a tiny Klarus light, rivaling the Olight S1 Mini in size - easily one of (if not the smallest 16340 light available. This one's different, however, as it has an aspheric lens. While it's true that these might not have all the uses of a TIR or reflector lights, don't discount it too quickly; these are greatly useful little lights. Read on for more!
I've been a huge fan of the Olight S Mini (the brass S Mini is one of my most used lights!), and this S1 Mini is in some ways, it's successor. Yes, it's from the S1 lineage, but it's smaller than the S Mini; which is more important? And now it's available in High CRI? I was very interested. Keep reading to see how I like it now!
I'm on a streak of testing lights with on-board charging lately. I've liked On The Road before, and this looked like a fun little light. I asked GearBest for it, and they obliged. So here's my review of the On The Road U16.
Before the TR10 review, I had only just heard of the Rofis brand, but I was impressed by the features. GearBest sent this out to me after the review of the TR10. A lot of this review will be just like the TR10 review (I'd intended to do the reviews together, but didn't get the lights at the same time): please forgive that. These lights are very similar indeed.
A light by a company I haven't even heard of! Pretty neat little hook on this light - it converts from straight to angle! Read on to see how it actually works.
Here's another light very similar to the Lumintop Torpedo I recently reviewed (and liked). This one has a slightly different build and a much different look - Rainbow!!
Another stainless steel light... Another light which looks like a bomb, this one named "Torpedo". Here's the review of the Lumintop Torpedo 007.
Marshall at Going Gear sent me these two Olight S Mini's for review - he asked which I'd like to review and I tried to pick two that otherwise might not get reviewed, or looked at much. Black copper, and Stainless Steel. I'll admit I love the look of the SS version. Let's see how they stack up.
Here's another in light from the Olight family, and one that I was quite excited and expectant for, and very happy to have! This was sent to me by Olight, through Going Gear. Special thanks to Going Gear for sending these my way! Thanks u/storl!
These were both sent to me by Olight, through Going Gear. I'm a fan of 16340 size lights, and the S1 is one of my favorite lights to carry, so I was interested in this light for sure! I'm also a (relatively) recent convert into the 18650 world and many of my favorite lights are 18650 lights! I'm doing these two lights together since they're so similar - differing really only in the cell they use. Special thanks to Going Gear for sending these my way!
Marshall at Going Gear sent me this JetBEAM Jet-II Pro for review. I happen to love CR123a lights (maybe my favorite category, truthfully), so I was excited to receive this. Special thanks to Going Gear for sending these my way! Thanks u/storl!