Today I have in for review a light you all knew I’d buy… It’s the Reylight Pineapple Mini in brass, with Nichia 219b. It’s great, inexpensive, and supports multiple chemistries. Read on if you need more convincing!
Emisar D4V2 flashlights have become so popular they are currently branded as “the flashlight of r/flashlight.” Despite this, I have only recently picked one up. I went for brass (of course) and the Nichia E21A emitter in 4500K temperature. Read on for thoughts and testing!
MechForce has updated their extremely popular MechTorch. The light is still a Nichia 219c titanium triple emitter flashlight with Dr. Jones h17f, but some important changes have been made! Read on to see what the light looks like now.
TNC makes some very pretty lights and I have been eyeing a specific one for a long time. This TNC Micro-Lux Dragon is a 10440 twisty, but it’s got a bigger head and a reflector – so it’s not a typical keychain version of a 10440 light. Read on for some thoughts and testing!
Another RovyVon! This time it’s the brass version, and one I bought for myself. That’s a testament to the other two from this series I’ve reviewed – the A23 and A28 – I liked them enough to put my own money into a version. The A29, brass of course.
The Folomov C2 is a tiny light, almost like a shrunken Olight S1 Mini, with a 14300 liion cell. It’s a nice little package; read on for more testing and thoughts!
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!