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.
On the table today for review is this new Nitecore – the P22R. It’s a tactical light, with quite a rounded out package, even including a hard belt holster. Read on for some testing!
Nitecore has a new light out – their very first 21700 light, in fact! (Well, aside from the TM10K, in which the 21700 was built in.) The New P12 is a tactical, dual switch, with a package that includes Nitecore’s first 21700 cell. Read on for more!
Today I have in for review a single 18650 thrower. This one’s unusual though. I have never seen the emitter before (an Osram), and this thing really throws.
Here’s Thrunite’s newest entry into the flashlight world. It’s a 21700 light, with three switches. I happen to love 21700 sized lights, and this one has some very nice features. Let’s see how it tests!
After my Surefire G2 review, I talked to Gene Malkoff about sending some LED replacements. He agreed and sent the M61L, which is suited for the…
After my Surefire G2 review, I talked to Gene Malkoff about sending some LED replacements. He agreed and sent the M61L, which is suited for the nitrolon body of the Surefire. He also threw in the package the big brother of the M61L, the M61, which is similar aside from the “L” – where “L” stands for “low output.”
Today I have for review the second in my collection of Malkoff lights. This is the MDC HA 1CR123 (that’s the full product name). It’s a hard anodized (HA), single CR123 (1CR123) light, with three modes.