Another in a long line of Olight is the Olight M2R. This one is highly anticipated and regarded, with the momentary and recharging tailcap. It's a cool light on paper, so let's have a closer look.
The SkyRC MC3000 is a charger I've been asking GearBest to send for a long while. They finally agreed, and here's my review! This charger is ridiculously capable. I'll say up front that I will not be testing every capability of this charger. I might only just scratch the surface! But I will try to give you an idea about the charger, and if it lives up to the claims that will be useful for a flashlight enthusiast.
It's been a while since I reviewed anything for Xtar. I like Xtar items. They're typically solid workhorses - not always the most flashy items. Xtar sent over this VC2 Plus Master charger, and I've been testing it for a while. Read on!
It should be well known by this point that I am a fan of Skilhunt. I've been a huge fan of the H03, and that's just fostered a favor toward the brand. I've been asking over and over to get some other Skilhunt lights from Gearbest, and finally they obliged me by sending this S2 Pro and S3 Pro. Both are form factors I already know I like (like the Nitecore P30) but add on-board charging to the mix. Let's see how they fare!!
Sofirn sent out a bunch of messages recently asking for reviewers. I was one of the recipients, and I agreed to review this C8 variant, the C8F. It’s a C8, yes, but a triple! I was interested. I like a triple. 🙂
This Nitecore is new enough that I hadn't heard of it yet, but NitecoreStore.com sent it over for a review. It's a neat little light!
Another Emisar light! This one I paid for myself, after liking the D4 so much. I like the idea; let's see how the execution is. Since the build is so similar between the D1 and D4, this review will probably be a bit abbreviated.