Cyansky has been making some interesting lights lately, and now they have the Cyansky H5 multi-color hunting flashlight available, too. This is a 21700 (included) based light, with one white emitter, and a rotating cover which allows red or green, too. It’s a clever implementation of red and green filters. Read on for some testing!
I’ve had for a while the new Oveready P35 P60 host in hard anodized aluminum. This is a host that at its base level supports a single 18350 cell, but with the included extension can run a single 18650, or 18350×2 if a drop-in supports that. Read on for some thoughts and photos!
Skilhunt has released the E2A, an EDC flashlight which can run on both 14500 and AA cells! Offered in three emitter options, too! Read on!
The Nitebeam X12UV is a flashlight with both 9x Osram emitters (unstated, but 6500K), and 3x ultraviolet emitters. Very simple user interface, and USB-C charging. Read on for thoughts and testing!
I have for review an Olight M2R Pro Warrior in limited edition Orange. This is the same as the Patriot edition I reviewed, with a Cree XHP35 HI (dedomed). It’s quite a light! Read on for some thoughts and testing!
In for review today is the Acebeam L35, a light that Acebeam bills as the “Brightest Tactical Flashlight.” This flashlight has an unusual combination of a TIR and Cree XHP70.2, with a bunch of other nice features. Read on for some thoughts and testing!
The Seeknite SK03 titanium flashlight was a light that hit Banggood not too long ago. I think it’s been around a while under other names,…
The Imalent UT10 tactical weapon flashlight has hit the market, and here you’ll find some thoughts and testing. It’s been a while since I’ve had a handgun light, but I threw this one on my Walther and discovered some interesting points. Read on!
The Sofirn SP31 UV (Ultraviolet) 18650 flashlight has been available for a little while and I got my hands on one! I seem to have gone from not having any UV lights for years, to having multiple on my desk all at once! Read on for some thoughts and testing.
Imalent just released the RT90 Luminus SBT-90.2 flashlight, and it’s quite a little beast! It sports a “can sized” body, a very throwy emitter, and good performance. Read on for some testing and thoughts!