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!
There’s a new seller in town! The US-based store MohrLumens.com has opened and is selling the likes of Convoy, Lumintop, and Sofirn lights. The benefit of course, is that the items are shipping from the US, so you’re likely to get your items much quicker than from other (even official) channels. MohrLumens.com sent the Convoy C8+ for a bit of testing, and I’m hopeful that many more Convoy reviews are on tap!
Here’s a tiny (read: major) update to my Hanko Machine Works (HWM) Trident flashlight review.
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.
Here’s another Yarkiy Luch (YLP) flashlight – a headlamp actually, which offers high CRI in a warm temperature, and a dual switch interface. It’s a neat little light; read on for some thoughts and testing!
It’s not often that a single emitter (with reflector) light comes available in what we’ll generically call the “custom” market, but when Grant Spitz of Deadwood Custom Works announced the aluminum version of his popular Huckleberry he threw out the option of a 219b single. I jumped on that. This is a “full review” but at the same time there are some caveats, due to H17f and programming and… I’ll get into that later. Read on!
There’s a brand new flashlight maker on the scene. Mechforce has been making all sorts of things: firearm accessories and parts, spinners, and tools, and has this new entry to the flashlight world. It’s the Mechtorch EDC Flashlight. I’m super excited to have one of these and pleased to submit this review. Read on for photos and thoughts!
I have a short history of reviewing keyboards, and a growing collection. I tend to like smaller boards, and I’m pleased that GearBest sent out this Motospeed CK61 for review. Here’s the review, including teardown and thoughts! Also, my first box switches!!
The SkyRC MC3000 is a charger I’ve been asking GearBest to send for a long while. They finally agreed, and here’s my review! This charger is ridiculously capable. I’ll say up front that I will not be testing every capability of this charger. I might only just scratch the surface! But I will try to give you an idea about the charger, and if it lives up to the claims that will be useful for a flashlight enthusiast.
The iconic design of this TorchLAB BOSS (Bright Output Small Size) drew me in immediately, and I was finally able to purchase one. Click through for photos and more!