TNC makes some very pretty lights and I have been eyeing a specific one for a long time. This TNC Micro-Lux Dragon is a 10440 twisty, but it’s got a bigger head and a reflector – so it’s not a typical keychain version of a 10440 light. Read on for some thoughts and testing!
It’s not often that a single emitter (with reflector) light comes available in what we’ll generically call the “custom” market, but when Grant Spitz of Deadwood Custom Works announced the aluminum version of his popular Huckleberry he threw out the option of a 219b single. I jumped on that. This is a “full review” but at the same time there are some caveats, due to H17f and programming and… I’ll get into that later. Read on!
Official Specs and Features Here’s a link to the official product page. Versions This review is for one specific dropin, but KDLITKER has many p60…
Two 10180 lights this week? I had this one slated for later, but after the Lumintop light being a bit of a disappointment, I wanted to get something better back in that category. This is the Astrolux M01, a light that’s been around for a long while. It’s been updated to “219c” but read on to see a little surprise….
Here’s the second of a few lights I received from Neal’s Gadgets. I’m happy to be reviewing these FireFlies lights. This is the E07, a…
Believe it or not, I buy quite a few lights. More often than not those lights have Nichia emitters. In this case, the light has nine nichia emitters (and a few other type too). This light is by a new company on the block who’s hitting quite hard. This is the FireFlies ROT66.
Killzone Flashlights has in stock (for now?) lights labeled 219b, in the awesome BLF-348 style. Read on to see if that turns out to be true, and how this light works out.
What I have today is another Lumintop, in a long line of Lumintop reviews. This is one I’ve been excited about, because it’s Nichia and brass. Unfortunately, Lumintop didn’t want to send brass or titanium, but I’m not going to hold that against them. 🙂 Here’s the Lumintop IYP365 in aluminum, with a Nichia emitter.
In truth I’m probably the last flashlight person on Earth without a Lumintop Tool AAA. But there are some variations I’ve gained interest in, and they’re also a an inexpensive way to get Nichia 219b emitters. GearBest was kind enough to send three out for review. After getting those three I liked them enough to purchase the Brass version for myself!
Another penlight! This time a Nitecore, but most importantly, a Nichia 219B light! Great for medical personnel!