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.
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.
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!
I recently got this not-new FourSevens light, the Preon P1 mkIII. Prometheus Lights (aka Dark Sucks) took up the mantle of Four Sevens recently and so the mkIII has some improvements. Read on for some testing and thoughts!
My Fun Fund Friday review for today is of a light I couldn’t not own. It’s an orange coated ReyLight called the Gemini. Now, this particular copy that I purchased myself, is from the secondary market, and the UI has been swapped entirely for something custom. So I’m mainly showing my evaluation of the physical light itself and I’ll probably also comment some on the UI, which is ToyKeeper’s Crescendo. Hope that type post interests you, and please read on!
Nitecore has a new light out – their very first 21700 light, in fact! (Well, aside from the TM10K, in which the 21700 was built in.) The New P12 is a tactical, dual switch, with a package that includes Nitecore’s first 21700 cell. Read on for more!
Always on the hunt for the perfect orange flashlight, recently I found this one by Coast. It looks like a fun light, so I reached out to Coast, and they sent this one (and another one) out for review. This is my testing of the Coast Polysteel 600R, a plastic zoomy with batteries included.
Today I have in for review a single 18650 thrower. This one’s unusual though. I have never seen the emitter before (an Osram), and this thing really throws.
Since my early days of talking to Mechforce about flashlights, they mentioned doing this 21700 light. I talked to them a bunch about it but more than anything, I think they took comments (including many of mine specifically) about the MechTorch to heart. They’ve just released this 21700 light, named the Tactical Suppressor – basically a [Hot Rod in the Turbo format] tube 21700 light. Read on for testing!
Today I have another Amutorch straight from Neal. It’s a 21700 cell light, set up as a thrower, but with basically the same body as some other Amutorch lights. It’s a very simple light, with a low price to match.