RovyVon released a “Pro” version of the Aurora A3. I reviewed a similarly sized light – the Aurora A8x but this light differs notably in that it’s a reflector light and not a TIR light. Read on for thoughts and testing!
I have another Skilhunt straight from KillzoneFlashlights.com – this time it’s the venerable H series headlamp – the updated H04 RC. The H03 was a massive success and ended up with a bunch of iterations. The H04 looks to be the same. What I have is the version with built-in charging and a TIR optic. Read on!
I have what I’d call a fairly well considered EDC setup. I have favorite things that I carry often, and useful things that stay with me for a long time. The Spyderco Dragonfly 2, Benchmade Aphid, or a small SAK are my knives. A TorchLAB BOSS is my is my light. But pen…. I always need a pen…. This led to a problem which needed fixing, and I did it the best way I could! Read on for more on why and how!
Today is Olight day! There’s a new Olight coming out very soon (maybe even tomorrow?) and I have an early copy for review. This is the Warrior X Turbo, a two mode light with a switch I loved from the M2R Pro Warrior. It boasts a White Flat emitter and … well read on for more!
I have thad this BC4 charger from XTAR for a while now and I’ve not figured out a good way to test it. I’ve used it here and there and I have an opinion about it, but all without any graphs. If you’re interested in that, read on!
I reviewed the little brother to this M200 a while back – the M150. I liked it and I am pleased to be able to review the M200, an 18650 version of this light. It’s not exactly the same though, so read on for more info. In particular the UI has seen some impressive enhancements!
Who’s up for another watch review?! I got my hands on a very limited edition Baby G a while back and I thought some photos and thoughts might be fun. If you agree, read on! If you don’t, stay tuned for more flashlight content next week!
I finally got a LEP! This is the Weltool W4 and it’s a fantastic option in the LEP field… LEP (Laser Excited Phosphor) lights are just pencil thin beam massive throwers – limited output (this one’s around 560 lumens) but throws a massive claimed 2.6km!!! I’m super pleased to be able to present this review for you and thanks to Weltool and KillzoneFlashlights.com for sending this one over for review!
This is the Thrunite T2, a bigger version but very similar to the Thrunite T1. The T2 is a 21700 indicating e-switch light, with USB-C charging, and a Cree XHP70 emitter. It’s a bit of a beast!