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!
The new kid on the block is the Skilhunt H04 Mini 18350 Headlamp. Skilhunt had remarkable success with the H03 Headlamp, and then had a bunch of H04 variations. I’m pleased that they added one more, the H04 Mini! Read on for some thoughts and testing.
The Manker E14 iii 18350 flashlight is a flashlight for all flood. As part of the muscle combo, it is more of an EDC type light. Read on for some testing, and thoughts!
I have today my very first Wurkkos flashlight, the Wurkkos HD20 21700 headlamp. It’s quite a beast, actually, offering every feature I can really think of. Dual emitters (one high CRI, one flood). USB-C charging. USB-C powerbank(!!). Magnet tailcap. It’s just really a full featured headlamp! Read on for some testing.
Here’s another Yarkiy Luch (YLP) flashlight – a headlamp actually, which offers high CRI in a warm temperature, and a dual switch interface. It’s a neat little light; read on for some thoughts and testing!
I have another Skilhunt straight from KillzoneFlashlights.com – this time it’s the venerable H series headlamp – the updated H04 RC. The H03 was a massive success and ended up with a bunch of iterations. The H04 looks to be the same. What I have is the version with built-in charging and a TIR optic. Read on!
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!
Here’s another Acebeam light, very similar to the TK16 I’ve already reviewed. This whole set of lights has different emitter options though, and runs on an 18650. The UI is the same though. If you liked the TK16 (like I did) then you’ll probably like the TK18 Al (like I… read on to find out.)
Today I have a little keychain light from Armytek. This is the Zippy, and I have the “Extended Kit” – see what that means later. It’s a tiny thing! Great for keychains but probably better as a reading headlamp. Read on for some testing!