I've long been a fan of the Nitecore MH20/MH20GT format, and Nitecore has a new similar light in the series. It's the MH23, and Nitecore sent one over for review. (And to be completely honest I'm pumped to have it.)
After my recent Thrunite review of the TC20, Thrunite asked if I'd be interested in reviewing the Wowtac BSS v3. Here's that review! This light is a collaboration with Black Scout Survival, and is the third iteration of the light.
Another JETBeam with on-board charging! This time in 18650 format. I've already reviewed the similar AA/14500 light. I was excited to test this one out, because it's also got an emitter I've never tested!
This is the second (and final for now) Nitefox review. This is an 18650 light with dual switches, and an indicating switch. Nice light; read on for more!
Nitecore has a few headlamps out now and this one is an interesting entry - it has three emitters. A main emitter, a secondary NW emitter, and a red emitter. All powered by a single 18650 and in a reasonably small package.
As far as I can tell this is a fairly new release from Simon. It's the Convoy S9, which is an 18650 light with on-board charging and an indicating side e-switch. An interesting entry! I was excited to try it, and GearBest sent one out for review.
Fasttech sent a message asking if I'd like to review a light for them. I don't turn down many lights, so I said sure! They suggested a few brands and we settled on this Zebralight. Yes, it's already been replaced by a newer model, which Fasttech doesn't carry (yet?). Nonetheless, the Zebrlaight sc63w is still a great offering, and worth review.
Nitecore sent out another headlamp, this time a single 18650 light. I happen to really like angle lights, and I'm considerably into 18650 lights as well, so I'm interested to see how this little light performs. This is the Nitecore HC33.