There’s a new version of the convenient XTAR powerbank/charger. It’s the PB2C, and adds USB-C charging. Also relevant is what it takes away – cost. This one is inexpensive!
Here’s a new and special Acebeam. New because it’s a Gen II of the EC35, and special because it’s a version only available at killzoneflashlights.com! Read on to see what makes it special.
This is the Wuben TO50R, which started on BLF as “The Flashlight.” It claimed at the time 2500 lumens (bumped to 2800 now), high CRI, on-board charging, a cell included, and can be used as a powerbank, too.
I heard about this new Nitecore powerbank/charger a while back, and finally have one in my hands. Well not right now; I’m typing right now. Who can hold a powerbank and type at the same time?
Anyway, I wanted to give this one a test, and the nice people over at Illumn sent this one for me to play around with. Read on for some thoughts!
Here’s a random charger that BangGood dropped in the latest package to me. I didn’t know anything about it but it claims pretty fast charging over all 4 bays, so let’s see how it work!
There’s another entry in the …. let’s call it the “USB dongle charger” list. This is the Nitecore LC10, which is similar to other dongle chargers, but adds a few new features! There’s an in-line lantern, and the poles are reversible on this charger. Read on for more!
I reached out to Xtar regarding a couple of their chargers. Particularly the PB2, their newest charger/powerbank. Looks awesome on paper! They also sent over a Dragon, which I’ll have some thoughts on later. For now, the PB2.
I had seen this charger randomly around the internet and it looks so fancy. I like fancy stuff. It also looks like a very capable charger. Here’s my review of it. I’ll say up front (and this might be the best place, too) that this charger is is advanced enough that my typical charger-tester setup. What I mean by that is the resistance in my usual setup got sensed by the charger and prevented higher current charging.
I was on a long driving trip a while back and fighting for access to USB ports. All while wanting to be able to charge 18650 cells (because I was using those cells in my Nitecore F2 for charging devices). Now Nitecore comes out with the perfect product? I’m pleased to have one from Nitecore Store for review! Read on, and hope you enjoy!
I’ve asked for a solar panel from GearBest for a long while now, because I think that’s something my main people (flashlight people) might be interested in. GearBest obliged my repeated requests wish this small panel, and it’s quenched my curiosity for a little while. Read on to see how this panel performs!