I recently got this not-new FourSevens light, the Preon P1 mkIII. Prometheus Lights (aka Dark Sucks) took up the mantle of Four Sevens recently and so the mkIII has some improvements. Read on for some testing and thoughts!
Today I have in my second Olight for the week. It’s not necessarily a bleeding-edge new model, but the Seeker 2 is a still-available, still-relevant 21700 light worth having a test of. Read on!
Today I have in my hands a light from a brandI haven’t reviewed in a while – Olight! This is the i5T EOS, an AA tactical two-mode light. Read on for some testing and thoughts!
Today I have in my hands a little light from Acebeam that packs quite a throwy punch! The E10 is a 26350 cell dedicated thrower, and quite a little thrower it is. Read on for some testing and thoughts.
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!
Here’s a light that is “another in the series” so in many ways this is a review you can already sort of expect. On the other hand this is the first of the series of FW type lights to be right angle! This is the HL3A, and I’ve had this review done for a while and waiting on the official product page. That’s up, so here’s this review!
JETBeam has a new headlamp available – the HR10. It’s a complete package (cell included) and has built-in, USB-C charging, and an indicating switch! Read on for more testing of this full featured headlamp.
There’s a new titanium keychain light on the market, by a brand you probably haven’t heard of. This is the Rover Camel Ta6132, and it’s a pretty well featured little light, that also happens to be keychain size. Read on for some testing and thoughts!
There was a point where I’d have said the FW series of Lumintop lights was played out (or “overdone.”) I’d have said the FW1A Pro was unnecessary. …. A 18650 light with Andúril, a Cree XHP50.2 under a reflector – what’s the point?…. You’ll have to read on to see what I think after having it. 😀
Imalent, maker of one of my favorite lights (the DX80) recently sent me this new LD10 light, which has one of my favorite emitters (Cree XP-L HI). It’s a neat little light, but let’s test it out, shall we?
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!
Lumintop is now offering an updated version of the ever-popular Tool AA light – the 2.0 version is made of titanium, and offers some neat features! Read on!
Wowtac has released another 18650 light. This time it’s a dual switch Cree XP-L HI light, with an indicating switch and on-board (micro-USB) charging. Read on for some testing!
If you haven’t checked out Wowtac, you definitely should!
Here’s a version 2 light by Nitecore, where I have surprisingly never reviewed the first version. It’s the TUBE2.0; a slim keychain light, with a bare 5mm emitter and ramping. Read on for some testing!
Another RovyVon! This time it’s the brass version, and one I bought for myself. That’s a testament to the other two from this series I’ve reviewed – the A23 and A28 – I liked them enough to put my own money into a version. The A29, brass of course.