Today I have my first of two Brinyte flashlights. My first ever from this brand. This is their tactical offering, and it’s pretty well featured. It’s an 18650 with magnetic charging and a tactical ring and on and on. Read on for more!
On the table today for review is this new Nitecore – the P22R. It’s a tactical light, with quite a rounded out package, even including a hard belt holster. Read on for some testing!
Nitecore has produced another interesting experiment with die-casting flashlights. The P18, using a single 18650, has both white (main) and red (secondary) outputs, with dual switches. Read on to see how the light performs!
Nitecore has another in the Multi-Hybrid GTS series of lights out. This is the “25” – MH25GTS. It’s a medium range thrower, with a bit of a tactical flair. It has on-board charging, and a dual switch interface too!
Thrunite has a new light on the market. It’s an 18650 light, with on-board charging, but boasts an incredible 2300 lumens. Read on to see how this light tests, and if it hits its claim!
In for review today is the Nitecore EC30. This builds on the Concept 1 platform, with a different switch. But what else is different? Read on!
Here’s a light I was so excited to get, and one I’m very pleased to have. It’s quite special – Nitecore’s highest output light at a claimed 10,000 lumens. I’ve been messing around with it for a while, and here are my tests and thoughts!
Another Nitecore enters the mix! This is a tube light with an indicating switch and on-board charging. This one adds an interesting thing to the list though: waterproof charge port! Read on!
Nitecore has released a second in their “Concept” series. This is the Concept 2. A four cell, four emitter with on-board charging and an indicating switch. It looks pretty spectacular on paper, especially when it’s noted that this tiny light is Nitecore’s highest output light to date! Let’s see how it breaks down.
Nitecore has a new offering in their Multi-Task (MT) series. This time it’s the MT42, a 18650×2 light, with a dual switch interface, and a rated 470m throw. Here are my measurements and thoughts on the MT42!
Olight has recently released a new version of the M2R. This is the M2T, which is similar to the M2R, but without on-board charging (and costing much less!). This light has some noteworthy tactical features, and is a nice iteration of the M2R. Read on for more!
I’ve long been a fan of the Nitecore MH20/MH20GT format, and Nitecore has a new similar light in the series. It’s the MH23, and Nitecore sent one over for review. (And to be completely honest I’m pumped to have it.)
Fasttech sent a message asking if I’d like to review a light for them. I don’t turn down many lights, so I said sure! They suggested a few brands and we settled on this Zebralight. Yes, it’s already been replaced by a newer model, which Fasttech doesn’t carry (yet?). Nonetheless, the Zebrlaight sc63w is still a great offering, and worth review.
Nitecore sent out another headlamp, this time a single 18650 light. I happen to really like angle lights, and I’m considerably into 18650 lights as well, so I’m interested to see how this little light performs. This is the Nitecore HC33.
Another in a long line of Olight is the Olight M2R. This one is highly anticipated and regarded, with the momentary and recharging tailcap. It’s a cool light on paper, so let’s have a closer look.
This Nitecore is new enough that I hadn’t heard of it yet, but NitecoreStore.com sent it over for a review. It’s a neat little light!
I knew I wanted to have this Concept 1 right when I saw it. For whatever reason (not necessarily any logical reason) it reminds me of the HDS lights, and some old Novatacs and other lights I’m a bit nostalgic about. It’s the tapered body…. Anyway, after talking to Nitecore Store, they sent one over when they were released. I’m happy to have one and also glad to tell you my experience with it.