In for review today is the Acebeam L35, a light that Acebeam bills as the “Brightest Tactical Flashlight.” This flashlight has an unusual combination of a TIR and Cree XHP70.2, with a bunch of other nice features. Read on for some thoughts and testing!
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!
Skilhunt has been bringing the heat lately, using the Samsung LH351d emitter. They dropped the LH351b version into this little twisty, and are offering a bunch of colors. Read on for a bit of testing and thoughts!
I have another Skilhunt straight from KillzoneFlashlights.com – this time it’s the venerable H series headlamp – the updated H04 RC. The H03 was a massive success and ended up with a bunch of iterations. The H04 looks to be the same. What I have is the version with built-in charging and a TIR optic. Read on!
I reviewed the little brother to this M200 a while back – the M150. I liked it and I am pleased to be able to review the M200, an 18650 version of this light. It’s not exactly the same though, so read on for more info. In particular the UI has seen some impressive enhancements!
I finally got a LEP! This is the Weltool W4 and it’s a fantastic option in the LEP field… LEP (Laser Excited Phosphor) lights are just pencil thin beam massive throwers – limited output (this one’s around 560 lumens) but throws a massive claimed 2.6km!!! I’m super pleased to be able to present this review for you and thanks to Weltool and KillzoneFlashlights.com for sending this one over for review!
Today I have in my hands a little light from Acebeam that packs quite a throwy punch! The E10 is a 26350 cell dedicated thrower, and quite a little thrower it is. Read on for some testing and thoughts.
Here’s another Acebeam light, very similar to the TK16 I’ve already reviewed. This whole set of lights has different emitter options though, and runs on an 18650. The UI is the same though. If you liked the TK16 (like I did) then you’ll probably like the TK18 Al (like I… read on to find out.)
Here’s a new and special Acebeam. New because it’s a Gen II of the EC35, and special because it’s a version only available at killzoneflashlights.com! Read on to see what makes it special.
Today I have in for review a light that has been highly anticipated, and well regarded, and one I’ve been extremely excited about reviewing. Originally released in copper as a limited edition, the wider release of aluminum at a lower cost makes this an even more appealing light.