The latest review item I have from Neal’s Gadgets is another Fireflies light. This is the PL47, a right angle 21700 light. It’s a “headlamp” in the sense that it ships with a headband, but most uses will likely not include it being an actual headlamp. I’m excited to have and test it; read on for more!
Here’s my second Eagtac light, the SX30C2. This is a throwier version of the Eactac I just reviewed, the TX30C2. The specs and such are otherwise pretty much the same! As a result, much of the review will be carry over, too.
Here’s the second of a few lights I received from Neal’s Gadgets. I’m happy to be reviewing these FireFlies lights. This is the E07, a…
I have tried for ages to get lights by EagTac for review. Their lights are consistently solid offerings, and one of the few brands which offer Nichia emitters in their main lineup. I have a couple of these EagTac lights in for review; here’s the first one! This is the TX30C2, an 18650 light with medium range, and dual switch interface.
BLF has conspired yet again to design a light that it’s impossible to not want. This time it’s a tiny AAA light, made by Sofirn, with a Yuji emitter, and very high CRI. The single mode is very low output, but with very long runtimes, and two temperatures available. It’s also very inexpensive!
I was in gross need of a USB port with QC3 capabilities for a charger or two I was testing. I got super lucky that XTAR has this product just out, and they dropped one in the mail to me. This power brick has three USB ports, one of which has QC3 capabilities. The other two have output up to 2.4A, and there’s also a USB-C port! Read on for my testing and thoughts!
I’ve long been a huge fan of the Skilhunt H03 – I should take it a step further: I have never reviewed a Skilhunt light that I didn’t like! I have also wanted the “C” version of the Skilhunt headlamp since I knew about the H02C. Finally I have one in my hands, and here’s the review of it!
Convoy has added a small AA light to their lineup. It’s a small version of the Convoy S2+, and called the T2. It’s literally a shrunken S2+, which is fantastic, but lacks Li-ion support. Read on for more!
A long time ago, in a land far far away, emitters were expensive, and modding was hard and unusual. And sites with modding supplies were rare!
Back then, there were P60 light. Buy a host, buy one or many drop-ins, and boom, tons of options! P60 lights were an easy way to try different emitters or modes or whatever, without actual modification.
They still are! Though modding is possibly more common now, and certainly easier (due to tons of helpful videos etc), P60 is still around and available. So that’s what I’m reviewing today! Some of the most common P60 hosts, and one of their available drop-ins.
Neal from Neal’s Gadgets got in touch with me recently about having a look at some lights. I agreed, and I’m excited; Neal is the only place to get cool items!
Today I have the first of a few items Neal sent – it’s the Nightwatch Seeker Ns22. This is a thrower in 18650 format, with a bunch of unusual emitter options. It’s a simple light – the key to it is all these emitters!
This post has been a long time coming. Shamefully long, if I’m honest. I have had this item for review for so long it’s not even stocked by GearBest any more.
This is my second 3d printer review, and while the item itself is a nice unit, I had a hard time building it, and have not actually printed anything with it yet (stop here if that’s going to be a problem.) This is my … preview… of the Zonestar Z8XM2.
I write this post mainly because I want users to know about these kits, to see how they look during the build process and so that some might be better able to gauge if this is a build they’re willing to undertake.
Nitecore keeps dropping lights in the MH series. This time it’s a thrower, of the 2×18650 variety. And it has an interesting UI. Read on to find out more!
There’s a brand new flashlight maker on the scene. Mechforce has been making all sorts of things: firearm accessories and parts, spinners, and tools, and has this new entry to the flashlight world. It’s the Mechtorch EDC Flashlight. I’m super excited to have one of these and pleased to submit this review. Read on for photos and thoughts!
Another charger from XTAR! They make great chargers, so I’m happy to have another one in my stable. This is a 3-bay, 3A max charger, which supports only Li-ion cells, but has the capability to hold 3×26650, or 3×21700. Very capable charger!
Another year, another Nitecore! This time it’s a new headlamp, with a whole host of emitters, including red and two high CRI secondary emitters. Nitecore has a special sale going on this one, so the review is timely!
I finally got a message in to someone at Armytek, and they sent this Handy C1 Pro as a first review item. This is a single-bay, Li-Ion/NiMH (!!) charger, with a USB-out function! Read on for my first review of 2019, on an item I’ve had for almost 3 months!
Today I have in for review a light I’ve been looking forward to (and pestering Sofirn for) for a long while now: The C8F 21700. I reviewed the original C8F (and that review didn’t go so well). Sofirn responsively made some changes to the light, and now it uses a 21700 cell instead of a 18650, and I think generally has some build quality improvements. Read on to see if that pans out!