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!
After having liked the DN70 so much, I reached out to GearBest to try to get the DT70. In fact users on reddit were interested too…. GearBest came through, and here’s the review of the Imalent DT70! It’s a lot like the DN70, but has four times the emitters, and four times the cells!!
I was pretty excited to get this light – it’s one I asked to review specifically. How many lights with built in charging can charge Li-ion and NiMH as well? I don’t know but here’s at least one. So I was interested to test it, and test it I did!
Gravitating closer and closer to the keyboards I really like most…. after a 104 key board, then smaller board… now this James Donkey 619 87 key board, just right! (?) Whether it’s perfect for me or not, I hope the review will help you decide if it’s perfect for you.
I’m on a streak of testing lights with on-board charging lately. I’ve liked On The Road before, and this looked like a fun little light. I asked GearBest for it, and they obliged. So here’s my review of the On The Road U16.
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.
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.