Today I have the Brinyte T28 Artemis Zoomy flashlight – one I asked specifically for. It seems very interesting, because it has red and green selectable (without attachments) and is also a zoomy!
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!
NealsGadgets has released the NlightD T90, a Luminus SBT-90.2 flashlight with Andúril! New light, new brand! Read on for testing!
All the rage currently is this Lumintop GT Nano 10180 micro thrower – and I couldn’t be happier to have one in my hands! I was excited about it from the start, and it’s just as fun as you think it should be. Read on for some thoughts and testing!
I hope 2020 has been a great year for you! It’s been a great gear year, that’s for certain. Notably we got a redesigned TorchLAB BOSS, with many advancements there. We also saw more widespread acceptance of USB-C charging, and emitters like the Samsung LH351d helped us have the best of many good aspects a flashlight can offer.
Sofirn dropped the SC31 Pro Andúril not long ago, and I finally got my hands on on. It’s notable because it’s a very low cost Andúril light! Read on for some thoughts and testing.
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 has a new rectangular light out. It first came out with side UV-C, which wasn’t interesting at all, but now the side lights are NW Cree XP-G3. So RovyVon sent this one over for review and testing. Read on for photos and thoughts!
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!