In my hands on this fine Christmas day is the Cyansky M2 keychain flashlight. It’s an interesting little light – very tiny, rechargeable, an unusual!
The other day on Facebook, someone posted a photo of the Lumintop GT Nano with some other very tiny light. Well, that light was very flashlighty, and interested me greatly, so I went and found it – the Streamlight Key-Mate! I grabbed one on amazon, and here’s a review!
Today I have a little full-metal keychain light by Fenix. It’s the E03R, and it’s a dual emitter red/white light with USB-C charging and an indicating e-switch. Read on for some testing and thoughts!
Today I have a little keychain light from Armytek. This is the Zippy, and I have the “Extended Kit” – see what that means later. It’s a tiny thing! Great for keychains but probably better as a reading headlamp. Read on for some testing!
Along with a light Nitecore sent recently, they sent this little NSH10 – a keychain carabiner with a couple of extra and unusual features. Read on for more!
There’s a new titanium keychain light on the market, by a brand you probably haven’t heard of. This is the Rover Camel Ta6132, and it’s a pretty well featured little light, that also happens to be keychain size. Read on for some testing and thoughts!
Here’s a version 2 light by Nitecore, where I have surprisingly never reviewed the first version. It’s the TUBE2.0; a slim keychain light, with a bare 5mm emitter and ramping. Read on for some testing!
What can I say about the TIKI that I haven’t already said about the RovyVon Aurora series. We should get this discussion out of the way at the start: version one of the Aurora, which was released maybe a year and a half ago, and this TIKI/TIKI LE are basically the same. I asked Nitecore about this specifically, and they declined to respond. I asked RovyVon about this specifically and they were very clear that this was in no way whatsoever a collaboration in any format.
RovyVon has released an update to their very popular Aurora A2/A3 series of lights. RovyVon sent over an updated A3 light – the A3x. This is as much a new light as it is an update, but addresses issues raised from the initial release. Have a look, and see if the improvements are compelling!