I’ve had for a while the new Oveready P35 P60 host in hard anodized aluminum. This is a host that at its base level supports a single 18350 cell, but with the included extension can run a single 18650, or 18350×2 if a drop-in supports that. Read on for some thoughts and photos!
Here at ZeroAir.org, 2020 has been great. I hope it has been for you as well! I’m going to take the opportunity to highlight some of my most read posts this year, and some of my favorite posts, and favorite gear!
I hope 2020 has been a great year for you! It’s been a great gear year, that’s for certain. Notably we got a redesigned TorchLAB BOSS, with many advancements there. We also saw more widespread acceptance of USB-C charging, and emitters like the Samsung LH351d helped us have the best of many good aspects a flashlight can offer.
Here’s one of those random reviews of a light (and items) that I purchase myself, and am completely free to say what I want. (That’s a joke; I say what I want about all items I review, no matter how I get them.) This is a light I’ve eyeballed for ages, but never ponied up the money for. I had a failed purchase through another site, so I decided to use that money for this light. It’s the Oveready Lava P60 host. I paired it with two drop ins; a 371d p60 triple drop in, and an Oveready DIP 8-mode 219c drop in. I’m excited to have this light, and glad to put forth this review!
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!