Olight has recently released a new version of the M2R. This is the M2T, which is similar to the M2R, but without on-board charging (and costing much less!). This light has some noteworthy tactical features, and is a nice iteration of the M2R. Read on for more!
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.
I've come to like throwers, and I've liked many Klarus lights in the past. I've been interested in trying out one of their dedicated throwers, and GearBest sent this G35 to me for testing. Seems like a nice light? Let's give it a go.
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!
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.
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!!
Klarus has a good 'recharging light' game going, and now there's the XT2CR in the mix. Read on to see how the light looks, and fares in testing!
Nitecore sent over this tactical flashlight, the P16 TAC and the SC4 charger at the same time. I'm still working on the SC4, but I've put the P16 TAC through it's paces. So here's the review!