This is not really a “flashlight” review – it’s a review of the body tube that shortens the FW series lights from 18650 cell size to 18350 cell size. So bear that in mind with all the runtimes and most other stuff – a lot of the info just supports the photos, which adequately describe the product. And it’s a neat on! Read on!
By this point you probably thought I’d reviewed all the FW series light. You’d be wrong. Today I have the FW21 Pro, and there are others in the series I haven’t even ever seen! The FW21 Pro is a “triple” Cree XHP50.2 emitter light, with a bigger head for better heat-sinking. Read on for more testing!
Yet another FW series light, yes! This one’s probably the peak FW body for me, because the brass is spectacular. Read on for some photos and thoughts!
Today I have in for testing the updated body color Thrunite T1 – it’s called Military Tan. It’s generally the same as the T1 I already reviewed except this one is neutral white! 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!
Here’s a light that I’ve sort of already reviewed before…. at first glance. The DM21C looks like a big version of the LD10, but is not really. This is an 18650 light, and the cell can be removed. Everything needed is included, and it has two switches. Read on for more!
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!
Lumintop had great success with the FW series, and expanded it greatly. They also went a different directly – a more standard light but with an e-switch on the side. That’s the EDC18, and here’s my testing of it!
My Fun Fund Friday review for today is of a light I couldn’t not own. It’s an orange coated ReyLight called the Gemini. Now, this particular copy that I purchased myself, is from the secondary market, and the UI has been swapped entirely for something custom. So I’m mainly showing my evaluation of the physical light itself and I’ll probably also comment some on the UI, which is ToyKeeper’s Crescendo. Hope that type post interests you, and please read on!