The Cyansky P20 is a dual switch 18650 flashlight, utilizing a Luminus SST-40 and claiming 1600 lumens! It’s a nice package to offer so much!
Cyansky has been making some interesting lights lately, and now they have the Cyansky H3 multi-color hunting flashlight available, too. This is a 21700 (included) based light, with one white emitter, and a rotating cover which allows red or green, too. It’s a clever implementation of red and green filters. Read on for some testing!
The Cyansky P25 is a 3000 lumen flashlight powered by a 21700 cell (included) with one CREE XHP70.2 LED, and has a dual-switch interface. Read…
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!
Convoy updated the T2 – the new version supports both AA and 14500 cells! My copy has a warm Samsung LH351d, too. Read on for testing!
The Wurkkos FC11 2700K 18650 flashlight is somewhat well covered by reviews lately, but I was intrigued enough by this light to convince Wurkkos to send one for review. I was particularly interested in the 2700K version, and that’s what they sent. Read on for some thoughts and testing!
Along with the Skilhunt E2A which I posted recently Skilhunt sent this M300. This is similar to other Skilhunts I’ve reviewed, but still different and interesting! Read on for some testing of this Cree XHP35 HI, 18650 light, with built in magnetic charging.
Today I have another Olight i5T EOS – this AA flashlight is made of brass! it’s really similar to the previous iterations, but the shiny brass really sets it apart. Read on for thoughts and testing!
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!
Skilhunt has released the E2A, an EDC flashlight which can run on both 14500 and AA cells! Offered in three emitter options, too! Read on!