Another Sofirn light! This is one there are already many reviews of, but I still hope you’ll find my thoughts (and more likely, data) on the light to be useful. It’s a XHP50.2, 26650 light – a fairly uncomplicated light.
In for review today is another Imalent, in the style of other Imalent’s I’ve had before (RT35, for example). The RT70 differs from the RT35 though, because while the RT35 was a thrower, the RT70 is much more of a mix/wall-of-light type light. The Cree XHP70 makes that happen. Read on for more!
The BLF GT has become a whole product line for Lumintop. I’ve reviewed a couple already (the BLF GT, and the GT Mini). Here’s the newest iteration, the GT Micro, a 14500 light – basically a very small thrower! Read on to see how it tests.
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!
I reviewed a few lights for RovyVon, and one of those was the E300S. That light has Cree XP-G3, one of my least favorite current emitters, and after the input from my review (and let’s be humble, probably other sources), RovyVon released a Nichia option! This review is largely the same as that original, with the main difference being the emitters.
The latest review item I have from Neal’s Gadgets is another Fireflies light. This is the PL47, a right angle 21700 light. It’s a “headlamp” in the sense that it ships with a headband, but most uses will likely not include it being an actual headlamp. I’m excited to have and test it; read on for more!
Here’s my second Eagtac light, the SX30C2. This is a throwier version of the Eactac I just reviewed, the TX30C2. The specs and such are otherwise pretty much the same! As a result, much of the review will be carry over, too.
I have tried for ages to get lights by EagTac for review. Their lights are consistently solid offerings, and one of the few brands which offer Nichia emitters in their main lineup. I have a couple of these EagTac lights in for review; here’s the first one! This is the TX30C2, an 18650 light with medium range, and dual switch interface.