Nitecore Concept 2 Flashlight Review

Nitecore has released a second in their "Concept" series.  This is the Concept 2.  A four cell, four emitter with on-board charging and an indicating switch.  It looks pretty spectacular on paper, especially when it's noted that this tiny light is Nitecore's highest output light to date!  Let's see how it breaks down.

Wuben TO10R Flashlight Review

Another light from Fasttech!  This time it's a new brand for me; Wuben.  Wuben says on their website that they've been in the flashlight market for over 30 years.  They make quite a few lights I hope to eventually get to test, but for now it's the TO10R, a 16340 triple with on-board charging!

JETBeam BR10 GT Bicycle Flashlight Review

When I saw this light, I immediately knew it was one I wanted to see in person.  Knowing it's made by JETBeam made it even more appealing; I've reviewed a bunch of their lights and typically really like them.  I liked this one for it's shape, to be honest, but as a biker it's nice to have a dedicated light made by a reputable company.  

Lumintop ODL20C Flashlight Review

I've been getting more Lumintop lights lately and that's something I'm pleased with!  They make high quality lights, and fit some nice categories.  This is the ODL20C, a 26650 thrower, with built in charging!  Read on!

Nitecore MT42 Flashlight Review

Nitecore has a new offering in their Multi-Task (MT) series.  This time it's the MT42, a 18650x2 light, with a dual switch interface, and a rated 470m throw.  Here are my measurements and thoughts on the MT42!

Imalent RT35 Flashlight Review

Imalent has impressed me with some of their lights (Hello: DX80) and less so with others (the capacitive switch lights).  So I was excited when I saw this light get listed on FastTech, and FastTech agreed to send one out for review.  This is a very new light, and I'm very excited to have one for testing!

Nitecore MT21C Flashlight Review

Here's another in Nitecore's new run of lights.  This one has an interesting feature - an angle(able) head.  Otherwise, it's a nice iteration of the MT - Multi Task - series of Nitecore lights.

Nitefox UT25 Flashlight Review

I've handled a few Nitefox lights (here are those reviews).  Generally I've been impressed especially at their cost.  The UT25 is one of the newer offerings.  A dual switch 'tactical' light.  Here's the review!

Rofis R1 Flashlight Review

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 M2T Warrior Flashlight Review

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!

Nitecore MH23 Flashlight Review

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.)

Klarus G35 Flashlight Review

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.

Rofis MR70 Flashlight/Powerbank Review

Rofis is a new (ish) brand to me, and tends to bring new and interesting things to the table.  This is a reasonably small 26650 light, with a Cree XHP70.2, on-board charging, and can act as a powerbank!  That's a lot of features, so let's see how well they actually work.

Astrolux S42 Flashlight Review

With the continuing popularity of the Astrolux S41, an updated was developed: The S42.  This light is essentially iterative, but adds micro-USB charging.  And the Nichia emitter (which I have here) is 219c instead of 219b.  Possibly most importantly, a new user interface! Let's see how this S42 stacks up!

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