The Cyansky P25 is a 3000 lumen flashlight powered by a 21700 cell (included) with one CREE XHP70.2 LED, and has a dual-switch interface. Read…
Fenix LR40R Rechargeable 12000 Lumen FlashlightThe Fenix LR40R is a rechargeable 12,000 lumen flashlight offering spot and flood, USB-C charging, and powerbank features. Absolutely impressive! So many features, testing took much longer than usual…. Read on!
A while back, my hard anodized TorchLAB BOSS was updated from the original (as shipped) Lux-RC 371d driver, to the new firmware 371 v2.0 driver. The light itself has been reviewed already, so this review is going to focus mostly on the new firmware.
Imalent released the UT90 Predator flashlight, a beast of a light which utilizes the Luminus SBT-90.2 emitter. The UT90 has a built in battery (with on-board proprietary magnetic charging), a couple of screw in lens filters, and includes mounting hardware for weapon mount. It’s a beast of a light!
The Nitebeam X12UV is a flashlight with both 9x Osram emitters (unstated, but 6500K), and 3x ultraviolet emitters. Very simple user interface, and USB-C charging. Read on for thoughts and testing!
I have for review an Olight M2R Pro Warrior in limited edition Orange. This is the same as the Patriot edition I reviewed, with a Cree XHP35 HI (dedomed). It’s quite a light! Read on for some thoughts and testing!
In for review today is the Acebeam L35, a light that Acebeam bills as the “Brightest Tactical Flashlight.” This flashlight has an unusual combination of a TIR and Cree XHP70.2, with a bunch of other nice features. Read on for some thoughts and testing!
Imalent just released the RT90 Luminus SBT-90.2 flashlight, and it’s quite a little beast! It sports a “can sized” body, a very throwy emitter, and good performance. Read on for some testing and thoughts!
NealsGadgets has released the NlightD T90, a Luminus SBT-90.2 flashlight with Andúril! New light, new brand! Read on for testing!
The Manker E14 iii 18350 flashlight is a flashlight for all flood. As part of the muscle combo, it is more of an EDC type light. Read on for some testing, and thoughts!