I reviewed the FT03 a while back, but that was the SST40 flavor. BangGood wanted a review of the XHP50.2 version as well, so they sent this one over for review. The light is fundamentally the same, but with quite a different emitter. Read on for more! Or just hit up the table to see some differences.
Lumintop has expanded the In Your Pocket (“IYP”) series of lights by two recently. There’s the new IYP25, which is a 2-up AA light, and the IYP07, which is a single AAA light. Today I’m having a look at the IYP07…. a light I’m very excited about!!
Here’s Thrunite’s newest entry into the flashlight world. It’s a 21700 light, with three switches. I happen to love 21700 sized lights, and this one has some very nice features. Let’s see how it tests!
BLF A6 review, you say? Yep, BLF A6 review. Sure, it’s been a while since this light came out, and sure, other very compelling options exist. But I never reviewed it, and it’s good to have more datapoints out there about it! Read on to see how it stacks up.
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!
It’s been a while since I reviewed a Sunwayman light, and they’ve put out some interesting things. The lights I’ve been working on are the CC series. GearBest was kind enough to send me both the C12CC and C22CC, which are essentially the same light with a difference in cell body. As such, this review will be a co-review for the two, with the differences noted where necessary.
Here’s one of the first posts I transported over from reddit.com/r/flashlights – because this is one of my favorite flashlight brands… Have a look at this review where I really put the light through it’s paces.