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.
Occasionally I get a light that I ask for. Sometimes I don’t… Sometimes I ask for something just because it looks fun and awesome and like it also might get you shot by police, and I get sent this light for review. This is a hunting light. I’m no hunter. It’s still neat and fun, and I can evaluate. I hope the info here will be useful for hunters. This light has so many options. I tapped out just a little with regards to a leave-no-screw-unturned rigorous evaluation, but I hope there’s a reasonable amount of info here.
Also forgive me for a little bit of holiday cheer – I’ve saved this Red and Green light for my Christmas Light review!! Merry Christmas!
LiionWholesale sent a couple of their new cells for some testing. This is the new Samsung 50e, a 21700 li-ion cell. It’s rated for 10A continuous discharge. Read on for performance graphs!
After talking with the guys over at KillzoneFlashlights, and reviewing their 219b BLF-348, we got into some more serious discussions. They sent a few more lights. Two by Acebeam, and one of their own. Here’s the first of those, the Acebeam EC65.
Killzone Flashlights has in stock (for now?) lights labeled 219b, in the awesome BLF-348 style. Read on to see if that turns out to be true, and how this light works out.