Sofirn dropped the SC31 Pro Andúril not long ago, and I finally got my hands on on. It’s notable because it’s a very low cost Andúril light! Read on for some thoughts and testing.
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.
Skilhunt has been bringing the heat lately, using the Samsung LH351d emitter. They dropped the LH351b version into this little twisty, and are offering a bunch of colors. Read on for a bit of testing and thoughts!
TNC makes some very pretty lights and I have been eyeing a specific one for a long time. This TNC Micro-Lux Dragon is a 10440 twisty, but it’s got a bigger head and a reflector – so it’s not a typical keychain version of a 10440 light. Read on for some thoughts and testing!
RovyVon released a “Pro” version of the Aurora A3. I reviewed a similarly sized light – the Aurora A8x but this light differs notably in that it’s a reflector light and not a TIR light. Read on for thoughts and testing!
By this point you probably thought I’d reviewed all the FW series light. You’d be wrong. Today I have the FW21 Pro, and there are others in the series I haven’t even ever seen! The FW21 Pro is a “triple” Cree XHP50.2 emitter light, with a bigger head for better heat-sinking. Read on for more testing!
I have in my hands today something that is pretty interesting! It’s the Lumintop FW3E, which is an answer to the “inner sleeve issue” that some of the FW series lights have had. It has no inner sleeve! Read on for photos and testing.
A spinner review! And a spinner on a Fun Fund Friday? Yep. Maybe I’m back into spinners, I’m not sure yet. Probably not but you can read on to see why. 😀
It’s not often that a single emitter (with reflector) light comes available in what we’ll generically call the “custom” market, but when Grant Spitz of Deadwood Custom Works announced the aluminum version of his popular Huckleberry he threw out the option of a 219b single. I jumped on that. This is a “full review” but at the same time there are some caveats, due to H17f and programming and… I’ll get into that later. Read on!
Since my early days of talking to Mechforce about flashlights, they mentioned doing this 21700 light. I talked to them a bunch about it but more than anything, I think they took comments (including many of mine specifically) about the MechTorch to heart. They’ve just released this 21700 light, named the Tactical Suppressor – basically a [Hot Rod in the Turbo format] tube 21700 light. Read on for testing!