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!
Fun Fund Friday post on a Holiday weekend? Maybe it’s something that you’ll find interesting and give you some reading material over the long weekend. This is the FourSevens Mini Turbo Mk III modded by SkyLumen, and renamed “Goliath.” It’s one I’m excited to have and I was very surprised by its performance! So if you’re not stuck in front of the TV on Disney+ watching Hamilton, read on!
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!
Today I have the first of a few Nitecore products. This is the Nitecore P20v2, and it’s a tactical 18650 light with Nitecore’s Strobe Ready technology. Read on for testing and thoughts!
By this point you probably thought I’d reviewed all the FW series light. You’d be wrong. Today I have the FW21 Pro, and there are others in the series I haven’t even ever seen! The FW21 Pro is a “triple” Cree XHP50.2 emitter light, with a bigger head for better heat-sinking. Read on for more testing!
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.