The latest review item I have from Neal’s Gadgets is another Fireflies light. This is the PL47, a right angle 21700 light. It’s a “headlamp” in the sense that it ships with a headband, but most uses will likely not include it being an actual headlamp. I’m excited to have and test it; read on for more!
There’s a brand new flashlight maker on the scene. Mechforce has been making all sorts of things: firearm accessories and parts, spinners, and tools, and has this new entry to the flashlight world. It’s the Mechtorch EDC Flashlight. I’m super excited to have one of these and pleased to submit this review. Read on for photos and thoughts!
XTAR has a new dive light out. It’s an interesting light, with dual emitters that fits both flood and spotlight cases, and has a ridiculous output level. There’s removable battery pack, OLED display, two switches – just a lot going on! Read on to see how the light works!
Thrunite has a new light on the market. It’s an 18650 light, with on-board charging, but boasts an incredible 2300 lumens. Read on to see how this light tests, and if it hits its claim!
I’ve reviewed many iterations of this light. I did the S42 not that long ago. And one of my very first reviews was of the Manker E14 (which I later sold, and hugely regretted selling).
This is yet another update on that platform, with 219c emitters, and some other improvements. Read on for more!
Believe it or not, I buy quite a few lights. More often than not those lights have Nichia emitters. In this case, the light has nine nichia emitters (and a few other type too). This light is by a new company on the block who’s hitting quite hard. This is the FireFlies ROT66.
After talking with the guys over at KillzoneFlashlights, and reviewing their 219b BLF-348, we got into some more serious discussions. They sent a few more lights. Two by Acebeam, and one of their own. Here’s the first of those, the Acebeam EC65.
Here’s a light I was so excited to get, and one I’m very pleased to have. It’s quite special – Nitecore’s highest output light at a claimed 10,000 lumens. I’ve been messing around with it for a while, and here are my tests and thoughts!
I already reviewed this light once. That time, it was the BLF Q8. I liked that light then. I saw that Sofirn had a version of that light, and it was rumored that they manufactured the original BLF Q8, so I wanted to see if this version was “close enough.” Read on to find out!