The Manker MC13 Ultra-Throw flashlight is a tiny light with many emitter options (white/color) and massive throw! It can have an 18650 or 18350 body, and has an interesting user interface, too! It’s part of the “Muscle Combo” from Manker. Read on for testing!
A while back, my hard anodized TorchLAB BOSS was updated from the original (as shipped) Lux-RC 371d driver, to the new firmware 371 v2.0 driver. The light itself has been reviewed already, so this review is going to focus mostly on the new firmware.
I’ve had for a while the new Oveready P35 P60 host in hard anodized aluminum. This is a host that at its base level supports a single 18350 cell, but with the included extension can run a single 18650, or 18350×2 if a drop-in supports that. Read on for some thoughts and photos!
The Imalent UT10 tactical weapon flashlight has hit the market, and here you’ll find some thoughts and testing. It’s been a while since I’ve had a handgun light, but I threw this one on my Walther and discovered some interesting points. Read on!
The new kid on the block is the Skilhunt H04 Mini 18350 Headlamp. Skilhunt had remarkable success with the H03 Headlamp, and then had a bunch of H04 variations. I’m pleased that they added one more, the H04 Mini! Read on for some thoughts and testing.
The Manker E14 iii 18350 flashlight is a flashlight for all flood. As part of the muscle combo, it is more of an EDC type light. Read on for some testing, and thoughts!
I hope 2020 has been a great year for you! It’s been a great gear year, that’s for certain. Notably we got a redesigned TorchLAB BOSS, with many advancements there. We also saw more widespread acceptance of USB-C charging, and emitters like the Samsung LH351d helped us have the best of many good aspects a flashlight can offer.
Today I have something a little off the wall for your viewing pleasure! It’s a laser! This one is a fancy laser – solid copper body, 18350 powered, high powered (Class 4) blue laser. It’s quite incredible. Read on for some thoughts and photos!
How long have I used a Convoy S2+ as a size reference light, yet never tested one officially. How many flashlight fanatics have an 18650 Convoy S2+ LED flashlight? Well I’m here to tell you everyone should! It might not be this exact one (read to find out if I think it should be), but there are so many flavors that if you can’t find one you like, then you aren’t even trying.
Emisar D4V2 flashlights have become so popular they are currently branded as “the flashlight of r/flashlight.” Despite this, I have only recently picked one up. I went for brass (of course) and the Nichia E21A emitter in 4500K temperature. Read on for thoughts and testing!