Another Sofirn for review! This time it's a small AA/14500 version, with a mechanical tail switch. Thanks to Sofirn for sending this light for review.
I've been asking for this little charger from Nitecore for quite a while, and they finally obliged. I use a Canon camera, and this little charger is perfect for me!
I, like everyone else, recently reviewed the Ultratac A1. When I agreed to that one, I also asked for this light, the Ultratac K18 Mini Brass. Mike at Ultratac agreed, and here's my review of this tiny little light!
Sofirn is continuing their media blitz, and I'm on the receiving end! This time it's the SF36, an 18650 medium-thrower.
I reached out to Xtar regarding a couple of their chargers. Particularly the PB2, their newest charger/powerbank. Looks awesome on paper! They also sent over a Dragon, which I'll have some thoughts on later. For now, the PB2.
Nitecore has a charger campaign going, and asked that I share this video on my site. I have used Nitecore charges for as long as I've been flashlighting, and I really like them indeed!
I had seen this charger randomly around the internet and it looks so fancy. I like fancy stuff. It also looks like a very capable charger. Here's my review of it. I'll say up front (and this might be the best place, too) that this charger is is advanced enough that my typical charger-tester setup. What I mean by that is the resistance in my usual setup got sensed by the charger and prevented higher current charging.
I was on a long driving trip a while back and fighting for access to USB ports. All while wanting to be able to charge 18650 cells (because I was using those cells in my Nitecore F2 for charging devices). Now Nitecore comes out with the perfect product? I'm pleased to have one from Nitecore Store for review! Read on, and hope you enjoy!
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!
Here's the second charger from Folomov and Illumn.com that I'll be reviewing. This time it's a full four-bay charger, with claimed 3A charging capability.
I have wanted to do a "How I..." Series for a while now. Not that I have more knowledge than anyone, or more info than you can find on the web. But I can certainly tell you how I do something. So without more chatter, here's how I test a charger.
There's a new charger brand on the markets, being carried by the fine gentlemen at Illumn.com. So far I believe there are three models, the A1, A2, and A4. The A1 is what we'll be seeing here (I have the A4 also, look for the review soon). The A1 is a very interesting little cable/magnet charger, which doubles as a powerbank. Read on for more!