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.)
Nitecore has a few headlamps out now and this one is an interesting entry - it has three emitters. A main emitter, a secondary NW emitter, and a red emitter. All powered by a single 18650 and in a reasonably small package.
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!
I like Nitecore products. I like their flashlights, I like their cells... so far they I have liked most of what I've handled that they made! I wanted the chance to test that by having a look at one of their newer products, a backpack. Ok, a tactical backpack.
This Nitecore is new enough that I hadn't heard of it yet, but NitecoreStore.com sent it over for a review. It's a neat little light!
I have pestered company after company to send a "big" light for review for quite a while now. The awesome guys over at BestLight.io agreed to send me this Nitecore TM38, the Tiny Monster! I'm extremely pleased to have it, and send thanks out to BestLight.io!! Read on for more specs and data points!
A new 4-bay charger by Nitecore! My main and most-used charger is a Nitecore (d4), which I'm very satisfied with. I was hoping this would be a replacement/upgrade to my old d4; let's see how it fares!
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!
While most flashlight'y people don't like a headlamp that has any plastic whatsoever, I am not in that group. This Nitecore NU05 is a kind of novel headlamp because it's a headlamp/bike tail light. Regardless of it's utility, it's fun.
I'm gladly still receiving items for review from Nitecore. This time it's a charger, the brand spankin' new Nitecore i8 8 bay charger. My main squeeze is a Nitecore d4, which I've been using for ages now. I like that one a lot, and I'm interested to see how this i8 fares, too.
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 knew I wanted to have this Concept 1 right when I saw it. For whatever reason (not necessarily any logical reason) it reminds me of the HDS lights, and some old Novatacs and other lights I'm a bit nostalgic about. It's the tapered body.... Anyway, after talking to Nitecore Store, they sent one over when they were released. I'm happy to have one and also glad to tell you my experience with it.
The follow-up to the popular Nitecore F1 charger, this is the F2! Very similar to the F1, it has twice the number of bays, and almost twice the ports! Is it twice as good!?
I think Nitecore picked up on how much I liked the SRT7GT, and so they sent out this SRT9 as well. I still like the selector ring, and I'm glad to put the SRT9 through the paces.
Another penlight! This time a Nitecore, but most importantly, a Nichia 219B light! Great for medical personnel!