Nitecore has released a new “everything” light. Has USB-C charging, a charge base, a car charger, a cell is included…. there’s just so much happening here! Read on for some testing and thoughts!
Today I have on hand the Nitecore MH10 v2. I’m happy to have this one and happy to say it’s better than some other Nitecore lights I’ve tested recently. I hope this is more of what Nitecore has to offer in upcoming lights. This is a nice, fairly simple, USB-C charging 21700 light with an indicating switch. Read on!
I have the fortune of having in my hands today the new limited edition orange Olight Perun Mini. Read on for some thought and testing and photos, but be advised I’m loving the orange (of course.) There are some interesting changed from Olight in the “headlamp” package, this time around.
Today I have in the Pro version of a light many people already reviewed. This is the Brinyte PT18 Pro, an 18650 light with a Cree XHP35 HD, designed for long weapon use. I have a few optional accessories, which you’ll see below.
Here’s a little headlamp that has received much talk lately. The Wowtac H01, a 16340 right angle light with micro-USB charging built in. Also it includes the 16340 cell, so it’s an inexpensive complete package! Read on for more!
Today I have an Imalent light – one that claims a massive 13,000 lumens. I can tell by the product photos that I’d like the size/shape, but let’s see about that output! Read on for thoughts and testing!
I have in my hands today something that is pretty interesting! It’s the Lumintop FW3E, which is an answer to the “inner sleeve issue” that some of the FW series lights have had. It has no inner sleeve! Read on for photos and testing.
Today I have in for testing the updated body color Thrunite T1 – it’s called Military Tan. It’s generally the same as the T1 I already reviewed except this one is neutral white! Read on for some testing.
Today I have in my second Olight for the week. It’s not necessarily a bleeding-edge new model, but the Seeker 2 is a still-available, still-relevant 21700 light worth having a test of. Read on!