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.
In my hands for review today is another light from Neal at NealsGadgets.com. I’m not sure if this is a Neal house brand or what but I don’t see the Nightwatch brand many other places. This is the Nightwatch NSX4, a four emitter light which accepts a very unusual cell size: 26800. These are available from Neal with a special charger that supports this larger size. Read on for testing and thoughts!
Today I am reviewing the Reylight Krystal. This is a light I wanted for a long while but … well to be honest, not at “new” prices. I finally found one used at an acceptable price. I love many things about this light, and dislike a few. Read on for thoughts and testing!!
Wowtac sent this new A1S for review. It’s a Cree XP-L HD dual switch light, most notable for it’s low price. To wit, it’s not breaking new ground, but it’s inexpensive! Read on for testing!
Another Convoy! Like I said, I’d love to review all the Convoy lights but that’s quite a task. In any case, here’s the S12, a new 21700 light, with some pleasant eggy SST-20 emitters. 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!
Today I have the DX3B Clicky, one of the many lights in the DX3B series. This one packs a ton of features, along with a bunch of options, too. Read on for more!