Today I have my first of two Brinyte flashlights. My first ever from this brand. This is their tactical offering, and it’s pretty well featured. It’s an 18650 with magnetic charging and a tactical ring and on and on. Read on for more!
Malkoff recently released a couple of throw heads. The two are similar, and I got the E2XT. It’s a very throwy head and has a nice wide voltage range. Read on for more.
Since I started writing reviews back around 2015, I’ve wanted to include watches on my site. Specifically G-Shocks, since that’s what I’m most interested in currently. Many of my collection (50+) are used, so I don’t find it “fair” to review those (or even post photos in the manner seen here). But this one is different. It’s special in many ways, and I bought it brand new. So I know it’s provenance and what’s happened to it since. Truly this post is much more of a “look at this gorgeous watch” since I don’t plan to test many of the features of the watch. But mainly, does it live up to the hype. That I can answer!
Today I have my second YLP installment. First was the Unicorn 1.0. Today is the Gryphon G180, a triple of triples light, powered by three 18650 cells. Read on for more!
I have handled one BilletSPIN pen before and was impressed with it. It was a heavy copy though – stainless and brass. I love those two metals, but for a daily driving pen, I tend toward something lighter. This answers that request – it’s titanium! Also the clip is updated…. otherwise very similar pens. Read on for more pics and thoughts!
Here’s another BilletsSPIN Jester Version 3, but this one’s full bronze! Read on for some pictures (and mostly text echoed from the tungsten copper version.)
Nitecore has long has a “Tiny Monster” line of lights. I haven’t handled a bunch of them but today I have the new TM9K, which boasts a brief 9500 lumen output, a built in cell, and on-board USB-C charging. Looks like a pretty neat light! Read on for some testing!
There’s a new version of the convenient XTAR powerbank/charger. It’s the PB2C, and adds USB-C charging. Also relevant is what it takes away – cost. This one is inexpensive!
Here’s a light that is “another in the series” so in many ways this is a review you can already sort of expect. On the other hand this is the first of the series of FW type lights to be right angle! This is the HL3A, and I’ve had this review done for a while and waiting on the official product page. That’s up, so here’s this review!
JETBeam has a new headlamp available – the HR10. It’s a complete package (cell included) and has built-in, USB-C charging, and an indicating switch! Read on for more testing of this full featured headlamp.
I’ve tested a bunch of Vapcell cells, but I think this is the first charger. Also it’s been a long time since I tested a charger and so I ended up not testing this one in a timely manner. This is my last remaining 2019 review item. Sorry Vapcell and thanks for being patient! Also I’m stating up front that my charger reviews are likely going to get scaled back. In this case I’m basically testing the main feature, which is the ability to charge 4 bays at 3A each!!
A spinner review! And a spinner on a Fun Fund Friday? Yep. Maybe I’m back into spinners, I’m not sure yet. Probably not but you can read on to see why. 😀
Here’s a new and special Acebeam. New because it’s a Gen II of the EC35, and special because it’s a version only available at killzoneflashlights.com! Read on to see what makes it special.
Here’s one of the newer RovyVon lights – the A8x. It’s an updated version of their keychain series. Read on for some testing and thoughts!