The new hottest light on the market seems to be the JETBeam RRT01. It’s a rotary light!! That’s very unusual, and I’m very pleased that JETBeam revisited this light, which has been discontinued for a long while. Read on to see what makes it special, and if it really stands out!
I love playing with RC cars. I’m not “good at it” (since there are competitions, there is a “good at it”), but I thoroughly enjoy it. Other members of my family do, too. After my review of the VKAR [super fast] car, I wanted something slower that I could more readily hand off to others, for crawling, and the like.
Enter the Redcat Gen8 International Scout. Of course I love this thing because it’s orange, but it checks off so many of my boxes, too, I am excited to give it a look.
Today I have in for review a light by Acebeam. This is a 21700 tube light, with on-board charging via USB-C (yay!), a dual switch interface, and a CREE XHP-35 HI emitter. It’s an interesting complete package light, so read on for more info!
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.”
Another Sofirn light! This is one there are already many reviews of, but I still hope you’ll find my thoughts (and more likely, data) on the light to be useful. It’s a XHP50.2, 26650 light – a fairly uncomplicated light.