MechForce has updated their extremely popular MechTorch. The light is still a Nichia 219c titanium triple emitter flashlight with Dr. Jones h17f, but some important changes have been made! Read on to see what the light looks like now.
Today I have an unusual light in for review. One I purchased myself, with the intention of just enjoying. But in reality there isn’t much testing or reviewing out there on these, so …. why not a Fun Fund Friday review! This is the Hanko Machine Works (HMW, or just “Hanko”) Trident “Total Tesseract” in brass.
Today I have a little full-metal keychain light by Fenix. It’s the E03R, and it’s a dual emitter red/white light with USB-C charging and an indicating e-switch. Read on for some testing and thoughts!
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 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!
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!
Wowtac has released a version four of the BSS light – that’s Black Scout Survival. I reviewed the v3 of this light already, so it’s nice to see v4! It’s an 18650 light with built in charging, and is a complete package. Read on for thoughts and testing!
Today I have for review a light that is released today. It’s the limited edition Olight M2R Pro Warrior Patriot Edition. It’s a US-flag finished 21700…
This is not really a “flashlight” review – it’s a review of the body tube that shortens the FW series lights from 18650 cell size to 18350 cell size. So bear that in mind with all the runtimes and most other stuff – a lot of the info just supports the photos, which adequately describe the product. And it’s a neat on! Read on!