Wowtac has been bringing the hits lately, and most importantly, at a nice price. Today I have a version 2 of the A4 – really it’s practically a different light. This one’s a single cell (26650) and smaller head. Maybe a scaled down version of the original A4? Anyway, read on for thoughts and testing!
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!
I’ve had the BLF GT for quite some time (it’s my oldest “review” piece, purchased way back in 2017). But I think this light is interesting enough that it bears having a look! I hope you don’t already know all you need to know about this >2000m thrower, and that this post will be interesting. Read on!
Up for review today is a neat light by Astrolux, sent to me by BangGood. This is the FT02, a 21700 cell thrower with a Cree XHP35 HI. Notably it has charging, and is available in a neutral tint. Read on to see how it tests!
Olight has released a new tactical flashlight, and it sports an interesting feature. It’s the (one of the?) first flashlights with a vibration alert. Otherwise it’s a very dedicated tactical, throwy light. Read on to see how it tests!
Thrunite has a new version of their popular TH10 headlamp. This one’s still 18650, but is a right angle light instead of a side light. An interesting update; let’s see how this one performs!!
Another Acebeam review today! I do not have all that much experience with this brand, but what I have seen, I like. This is a medium range 18650-sized thrower, with on-board charging, and dual switch. Read on to see how it performs!
I tend to like Rofis lights. They’re well made, very functional, and more often than not, just neat little lights. So I was excited when this MR30 showed up in the mail – the MR70 is still my go-to powerbank travel light. The MR30 is smaller with the same capacity, and loses the side light (which I never really used anyway). I’m excited to put it to the test!
A while back, I reviewed a Wowtac light. That was the BSS V3. Wowtac got in touch with me about a new light they are releasing; it’s a two cell 18650 mid range thrower. It’s the A4. Read on for more!
My list of XTAR items reviewed includes many chargers, but only one light. But they have out a new light. It’s a dive light, with an interesting switch. I’m no diver, but I did put the light through the normal paces. Here’s that review!
I’ve been getting more Lumintop lights lately and that’s something I’m pleased with! They make high quality lights, and fit some nice categories. This is the ODL20C, a 26650 thrower, with built in charging! Read on!
Thrunite’s just come out with a new version of their “Catapult” series. This is Version 6! I’m interested to put it through some paces, and see how it stands out!
Today I have the Astrolux MF02, the first in my quest to have all the MF0x series lights from Astrolux. This is the [smaller?] thrower option – there’s also the MF01, which is a can “wall of light” light, and the MF04, which is a super thrower. I generally like Astrolux and (certainly like the S41! thought technically I reviewed the Manker E14 version.) The MF02 is a nice large thrower with a warm emitter – a good combo. Let’s see how it works out!
I’ve come to like throwers, and I’ve liked many Klarus lights in the past. I’ve been interested in trying out one of their dedicated throwers, and GearBest sent this G35 to me for testing. Seems like a nice light? Let’s give it a go.
I have pestered company after company to send a “big” light for review for quite a while now. The awesome guys over at BestLight.io agreed to send me this Nitecore TM38, the Tiny Monster! I’m extremely pleased to have it, and send thanks out to BestLight.io!! Read on for more specs and data points!