I have a fairly long history of liking lights by Rofis. [Here are some other reviews.] This is a new little light by Rofis, which uses a built in 10180 cell, has on-board charging, and a very unusual switch. It looks like it might be something else but ultimately it’s just a capacitive switch. Read on for more thoughts and info!
Another year, another Nitecore! This time it’s a new headlamp, with a whole host of emitters, including red and two high CRI secondary emitters. Nitecore has a special sale going on this one, so the review is timely!
Here’s a light I’ve been excited about since I reviewed a light for RovyVon initially. I since reviewed a couple more from the Aurora series (and like them!). I was clued in during the prototype phase, but have only just gotten the review sample. So here’s my review of the RovyVon triple! The E300S!
I was fortunate to continue the discourse with RovyVon, and they sent two more of these tiny Aurora keychain lights. This time it’s the A2 and A3. I’m reviewing them together because they really only differ in body material. But they’re different from the A5 I already reviewed in that they don’t have secondary emitters. Read on to see how they act!
Sometimes items show up that I don’t really know much about, and didn’t really plan on reviewing. This is one of those items. Fortunately it’s a flashlight too, so I can certainly evaluate that aspect of it…. The rest I’ll mostly leave to photos to describe.
The RovyVon lights have been popping up over and over, so I reached out to RovyVon on amazon about some review units. I’d hoped to get a sampling of various iterations, but in the end RovyVon agreed to send the GITD version, the A5.
After talking to Lumintop (directly), I’ve gotten a light for review from them. I hope to have more – they make a lot of stuff, including much of the BLF forum lights. They sent a tiny headlamp. An AAA light, with a magnet and an orange switch and headband. Great combo! Let’s see how it stands up to testing.
Olight’s released another headlamp, in the same vein as the HS2, which I’ve previously reviewed here. I liked the HS2 (still have it and use it often), but it’s a very runner-specific headlamp. The H16 Wave is an interesting development, because it’s adds a “Wave,” ‘hands free’ feature. Let’s see how it all works for this light!