Rofis is a new (ish) brand to me, and tends to bring new and interesting things to the table. This is a reasonably small 26650 light, with a Cree XHP70.2, on-board charging, and can act as a powerbank! That’s a lot of features, so let’s see how well they actually work.
There’s a new light on the block from Thrunite, and I weaseled a review unit out of them (just kidding, they sent it willingly!!). I’m excited to have this one, because there’s not a ton of info out there on it yet, and it’s nice to have an early copy!
Nitecore sent out another headlamp, this time a single 18650 light. I happen to really like angle lights, and I’m considerably into 18650 lights as well, so I’m interested to see how this little light performs. This is the Nitecore HC33.
Today I’m reviewing a light that isn’t even a new light. I asked for it, and GearBest provided. I have liked the looks and specs of this light for a while and I’m pleased to have one on hand to test. Let’s see if it stands up to my expectations.
Fenix just announced/released this Cree XHP70 light, and they set out to find a few reviewers. I got lucky and was selected. I’m excited to have this light from Fenix for review. A Fenix light was one of my very first “real” flashlight purchases ever!
The list on BLF to preorder this light was long, and long ago. After getting on the list, I promptly forgot and never checked back. When the hype train started regarding orders for this light, it was with bitterness and spite that I started the “Q8 Hate.” (In jest of course.) Much to my surprise, when I checked I was on the list! I ordered the light, and [spoiler] love this light!