Cyansky has been making some interesting lights lately, and now they have the Cyansky H5 multi-color hunting flashlight available, too. This is a 21700 (included) based light, with one white emitter, and a rotating cover which allows red or green, too. It’s a clever implementation of red and green filters. Read on for some testing!
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 today the Cyansky M3 titanium 16340 flashlight. Cyansky reached out for me to review the M2 – which I will do later, but I convinced them to send this M3 titanium light as well. It looks pretty good on paper, so let’s see how the testing goes!
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!
The new kid on the block is the Skilhunt H04 Mini 18350 Headlamp. Skilhunt had remarkable success with the H03 Headlamp, and then had a bunch of H04 variations. I’m pleased that they added one more, the H04 Mini! Read on for some thoughts and 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.
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.
Olight loves special editions! Olight buyers do too, it seems! Just announced is another “Seasons” set, but this time not a small Baton. This is the Warrior Mini Seasons Series! I have the Spring 2, which is a rainbow titanium. Yes, this is very similar to the Warrior Mini I already reviewed, but this one is titanium, so I prepared a full test series of it, too! 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.