Thrunite has a new headlamp on the market and it's a beast! It's the TH30, which claims an incredible 3350 lumens, and is a complete package type light. Read on!
Here's another Nitecore headlamp; GearBest sent this one over. It's a [multi] emitter light with an indicating switch and red secondary. Most importantly, it's a high CRI light!
Rofis is one of those brands I haven't known for long, but I've by-and-large liked a whole lot. Recently I had the MR70, and that's going to be my go-to travel light. Rofis has a thing for making lights with rotating heads, and this is another example. This version, however, adds on-board charging!
Olight's released another headlamp, in the same vein as the HS2, which I've previously reviewed here. I liked the HS2 (still have it and use it often), but it's a very runner-specific headlamp. The H16 Wave is an interesting development, because it's adds a "Wave," 'hands free' feature. Let's see how it all works for this light!
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.
I've had this light for a little while and like the idea. Another offering by Nitecore and also a power pack let's see how it fares!
Before receiving this Armytek Elf C2, I'd literally never laid my hands on an Armytek light. I was always curious about them but for this reason or that, just never had one. Well Marshall over at Going Gear was kind enough to oblige my request for the Elf C2, and here's my chance to see what they're all about!!
Another iteration in the Olight Nova series. This time it's with an 18650 cell, an updated headband connection, and overall higher output. Olight sent one over for me to test and see how this one stacks up! Thanks to Olight and Going Gear for sending this light to me.