Today I have for review a light that is released today. It’s the limited edition Olight M2R Pro Warrior Patriot Edition. It’s a US-flag finished 21700…
Today I have on hand the Nitecore MH10 v2. I’m happy to have this one and happy to say it’s better than some other Nitecore lights I’ve tested recently. I hope this is more of what Nitecore has to offer in upcoming lights. This is a nice, fairly simple, USB-C charging 21700 light with an indicating switch. Read on!
Today I have the first of a few Nitecore products. This is the Nitecore P20v2, and it’s a tactical 18650 light with Nitecore’s Strobe Ready technology. Read on for testing and thoughts!
Today I have in the Pro version of a light many people already reviewed. This is the Brinyte PT18 Pro, an 18650 light with a Cree XHP35 HD, designed for long weapon use. I have a few optional accessories, which you’ll see below.
Today I have in for review an iterative Nitecore. A new take on the MH12. This is the MH12 V2, and incorporates at least one new feature that should be welcome! Read on for testing and thoughts!
Today I have my first of two Brinyte flashlights. My first ever from this brand. This is their tactical offering, and it’s pretty well featured. It’s an 18650 with magnetic charging and a tactical ring and on and on. Read on for more!
Malkoff recently released a couple of throw heads. The two are similar, and I got the E2XT. It’s a very throwy head and has a nice wide voltage range. Read on for more.
Nitecore has long has a “Tiny Monster” line of lights. I haven’t handled a bunch of them but today I have the new TM9K, which boasts a brief 9500 lumen output, a built in cell, and on-board USB-C charging. Looks like a pretty neat light! Read on for some testing!