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!
I have in my hands the Olight Warrior X Turbo Desert Tan Flashlight. Again! You might ask, didn’t you review a Warrior X Turbo? Yes I did! But Olight sent this Desert Tan version, to correspond to the release of this Limited Edition colorway!
Olight has released the Freyr RGB flashlight – not just RGB of course, but also a main white emitter. This flashlight is fitting into the “customized, proprietary 21700” platform by Olight, so there’s plenty of cross compatibility. 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!
I have today my very first Wurkkos flashlight, the Wurkkos HD20 21700 headlamp. It’s quite a beast, actually, offering every feature I can really think of. Dual emitters (one high CRI, one flood). USB-C charging. USB-C powerbank(!!). Magnet tailcap. It’s just really a full featured headlamp! Read on for some testing.
Among other limited editions Olight has recently introduced was an orange Perun 2. Not only is the orange a limited version, but the Olight Perun 2 21700 LED headlamp is a new light! It has a proximity sensor, and offers built-in (magnetic) charging. Read on!
CountyComm has teamed with Reylight in the past, and made a popular light (one which I myself like a bunch.) That was a triple, and based on the success of the triple, and Rey’s skill with quads, there’s now a quad version.
Nitecore has released a new version of the MH12 series of lights. The MH12S is a 21700 tactical, dual switch light, and offers USB-C charging! Read on for some thoughts and testing!
Klarus has released a new 21700 light. This is a floody Cree XHP70.2 light, claiming 4000 lumens! Read on to see how it test, and if it’s better than the competition!