Emisar D4V2 flashlights have become so popular they are currently branded as “the flashlight of r/flashlight.” Despite this, I have only recently picked one up. I went for brass (of course) and the Nichia E21A emitter in 4500K temperature. Read on for thoughts and testing!
For ages now people have been after Olight to create a lantern. Well Olight listened! And now we have the Olantern. It’s a LED lantern with a very classic look – iconic even. Read on for some thoughts, more photos, and a bit of testing!
The great guys over at Illumn.com have the new Acebeam L17 in stock and wanted me to get some numbers on it. The Acebeam L17 is an Osram Flat White thrower similar to the E10, but in 18650 format. Read on for some thoughts and testing!
Klarus has released a new 21700 light. This is a floody Cree XHP70.2 light, claiming 4000 lumens! Read on to see how it test, and if it’s better than the competition!
Thrunite has teamed up with The Outsider again to make a bigger version of the Thrunite TC15. It’s not just bigger though; it has some massive changes. The Thrunite TT20 The Outsider edition is available in red, uses a 21700 cell, and has a dual switch interface. It also churns out the lumens!! Read on for more thoughts and testing.
There’s a new US based seller of FireFly lights. This is a big change, since they’ll be handling warranty work too. Along with this change comes a change in name of the FireFly brand – it’s now FireFlyLite. They set an E01, and based on some news I’ve handled over at PhotonPhreaks.com, they have some very interesting lights upcoming! Read on for a review of the E01 they sent to me.
Today I have a neat little light by Acebeam – it’s a triple emitter 18350 headlamp! Mine’s Nichia 219c – read on for some testing and thoughts!
RovyVon reached out recently and offered to send this A24Ti over for review. I’m a pretty big fan of the Aurora series so I was excited to test this titanium version! It’s slightly updated from the previous similar lights I have like this, so read on!
Klarus has updated one of their lights, and released the XT11GT Pro. This is a tactical light with USB-C charging, and a paddle switch, and other nice features. Read on for some testing!