Everyone probably knows by now I enjoy brass lights. All kinds, all sizes…. I recently acquired the Maratac PCL in Brass. I don’t like these as keychain lights, but they’re fun lights to keep around. They call it the Personal Carry Light, and here are my thoughts!
I was on a long driving trip a while back and fighting for access to USB ports. All while wanting to be able to charge 18650 cells (because I was using those cells in my Nitecore F2 for charging devices). Now Nitecore comes out with the perfect product? I’m pleased to have one from Nitecore Store for review! Read on, and hope you enjoy!
Thought you all might like to have a look at the new Thrunite announced just the other day: ThruNite Catapult V6 Mini Thrower Rechargeable Flashlight…
It’s been a long time since I reviewed a Manker light, though I have liked most of the Manker’s I’ve had. The E14 is still a personal favorite (and in my opinion, a watershed light). Good friends have described the E03H as a must have, so I … had to have one! Fortunately Fasttech came through for me. So here’s the review of the E03H!
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!
I’ve had a run of keychain lights lately. And today I have another one by MecArmy. I recently reviewed the SGN7, and today it’s the SGN3, a much smaller keychain light. This one has three emitters (white, red, and uv).
I was on the search for a logging multimeter for ages. A friend mentioned he’d gotten this “Mooshimeter” – a meter I’d never heard of. I asked around about it, got in touch with James, and he sent over a refurbished unit for me to test and play with. Now, I’m not electrical engineer – I discussed that with him and I’ll say it up front to you. This isn’t going to be that kind of test. Consider it an overview, a how-it-works. And if nothing else, a bunch of photos of the unit!
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!
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!