I was on the search for a logging multimeter for ages. A friend mentioned he'd gotten this "Mooshimeter" - a meter I'd never heard of. I asked around about it, got in touch with James, and he sent over a refurbished unit for me to test and play with. Now, I'm not electrical engineer - I discussed that with him and I'll say it up front to you. This isn't going to be that kind of test. Consider it an overview, a how-it-works. And if nothing else, a bunch of photos of the unit!
I have reviewed a bunch of Lumintop lights, and really, I'm a fan. The Tool AAA series was good enough that after I got the two review versions, I bought two more myself! This is the Tool AA, which shares the look of the AAA version, and features as well. Like the AAA version, there are a few options for this light. Read on!
I've liked Eagle Eye lights before (the X2R was a personal favorite!). So when I saw this smaller Eagle Eye available, I asked GearBest for it, and they obliged.
I’ve liked ReyLight for a while. I have a Pineapple, and it’s one of my go-to house lights. When CaptRon25 had a custom version of the Lan Ti produced, I was interested. I reached out, and here is the result! This is the polished version.
LTE Tactical messaged me about reviewing a couple of their lights. I agreed to review this zoomy because it seems like a ubiquitous style of zoomy.
Here's another light from Nitecore, the neat little MT22A. This light resembles both a beeper from the 80's, and a Cool Fall Spy, so it's quite interesting. Let's see how it fares the review!
I was pretty excited to get this light - it's one I asked to review specifically. How many lights with built in charging can charge Li-ion and NiMH as well? I don't know but here's at least one. So I was interested to test it, and test it I did!
Here's a cool little AA sized light from Thrunite. Solid build quality and nice performance - see the full review!