There’s a new US based seller of FireFly lights. This is a big change, since they’ll be handling warranty work too. Along with this change comes a change in name of the FireFly brand – it’s now FireFlyLite. They set an E01, and based on some news I’ve handled over at PhotonPhreaks.com, they have some very interesting lights upcoming! Read on for a review of the E01 they sent to me.
RovyVon reached out recently and offered to send this A24Ti over for review. I’m a pretty big fan of the Aurora series so I was excited to test this titanium version! It’s slightly updated from the previous similar lights I have like this, so read on!
Olight has capitalized on the popularity of their 2-stage switch from the M2R Warrior Pro by dropping it into a Baton sized light. They have just released the Warrior Mini, a dual switch 18650 light. Read on for some testing and thoughts!
Here’s a tiny (read: major) update to my Hanko Machine Works (HWM) Trident flashlight review.
MechForce has updated their extremely popular MechTorch. The light is still a Nichia 219c titanium triple emitter flashlight with Dr. Jones h17f, but some important changes have been made! Read on to see what the light looks like now.
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!
Today I have an unusual light in for review. One I purchased myself, with the intention of just enjoying. But in reality there isn’t much testing or reviewing out there on these, so …. why not a Fun Fund Friday review! This is the Hanko Machine Works (HMW, or just “Hanko”) Trident “Total Tesseract” in brass.
Skilhunt has been bringing the heat lately, using the Samsung LH351d emitter. They dropped the LH351b version into this little twisty, and are offering a bunch of colors. Read on for a bit of testing and thoughts!
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!
In my hands for review today is another light from Neal at NealsGadgets.com. I’m not sure if this is a Neal house brand or what but I don’t see the Nightwatch brand many other places. This is the Nightwatch NSX4, a four emitter light which accepts a very unusual cell size: 26800. These are available from Neal with a special charger that supports this larger size. Read on for testing and thoughts!