Flashlight

Wuben X1 flashlight review – promises huge visibility increase for cyclists

REVIEW – Biking in the US is a dangerous proposition in daylight. At night, it’s almost a death sentence. Being visible takes both a bright light and the ability to focus it on your road ahead as well as toward the vehicles (hopefully) sharing the road. A new light on the market, the Wuben X1 …

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Imalent SR16 55000 lumen flashlight review – Annoy your whole neighborhood!

REVIEW – I believe that you can never have enough flashlights.   We currently own what I consider two top-end, heavy-duty flashlights. They are the Imalent DM35 and a Thrunite TN12 Pro that I have previously reviewed on The Gadgeteer. Both are great flashlights and do an awesome job of lighting up the night. However, when …

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Skilhunt EC300 multicolor LED flashlight review – 15 lighting modes from mini to mighty

REVIEW – The Skilhunt EC300 Multicolor LED Flashlight has 15 light modes. It took lots of practice to figure out the modes but I got ‘em now, and this flashlight became one of my favorites thanks to all it can do. It has a 0.5 lumen light that is great if you need a tiny …

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Mpowerd Luci Beam 2 in 1 Solar Headlamp and Flashlight review

REVIEW – I have a bunch of headlamps but the Mpowerd Luci Beam 2 in 1 Solar Headlamp and Flashlight brings a new concept to the game by combining a headlamp with a flashlight body that also has a solar panel. Let’s see if the Mpowerd Luci Beam is on to something.    What is it? Mpowerd …

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This flashlight doubles as a stun gun for self-defense!

NEWS – If you’ve been considering buying a close contact self-protection device, the StrikeLight 2 is an interesting choice. Not only will this handheld gadget perform as your trusty flashlight with 3 light modes (700-lumen high mode, 150-lumen low mode, and a red beam that won’t wreck your night vision), it’s also a stun gun. …

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Cyansky HS3R mini headlamp review – Light and powerful, in a package about as big as your thumb

REVIEW – Are you looking for the best rechargeable headlight?  What about one that is also a normal handheld flashlight, and can attach to anything magnetic?  The Cyansky HS3R mini headlamp might fit that description.  And did you know that headlights make great gifts?  Everyone can always use a bit more light – especially ones …

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Olight Javelot flashlight review – A mini long range flashlight for your EDC

REVIEW – The Olight Javelot flashlight is a new model from Olight. It’s a specialist. It does bright, in spotlight fashion. If you need medium to long range bright illumination from a relatively small, easy to carry light, this may be the one (or another one) for you. Olight includes a durable plastic holster for …

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This light transforms from a lantern into a flashlight in a jiffy!

NEWS – The NEBO Big Poppy is a goofy name for a light with multiple uses. Use it as a 300-lumen lantern while you’re in nature on a camping adventure, or use it at home when the power goes out. There’s even a mode to switch from a white light lantern to a flickering flame …

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Acebeam X75 Brightest PD Power Bank Flashlight review – for when you need all of the lumens

REVIEW – Have you ever had an urge to bathe a night scene in more light than the noonday sun? Do you regularly need a spotlight that can illuminate things over a kilometer away? Do you like solid-metal rugged flashlights that can also act as power banks for your phone and other devices? If you …

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Olight iMorse keychain flashlight review – A little lumen launcher

REVIEW –  The Olight iMorse Keychain Flashlight is small, simple, rechargeable, and reliable. The maximum brightness really surprised me. And its minimum brightness is quite useful. Since it is rechargeable I don’t feel hesitant to use the iMorse. When I’ve had keychain lights powered by harder-to-find or expensive batteries I usually tried not to use …

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ThruNite T3 rechargeable flashlight review – this flashlight would make a great gift!

REVIEW – The holidays are just around the corner, and everyone can use the flashlight. I can’t tell you the number of flashlights I have stashed around the house.  I have two in the garage, one in each vehicle, one in the basement so I can see into the deep freeze, a few in the …

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Olight Baton 3 Pro flashlight review – Deeply groovy EDC flashlight

REVIEW – The Olight Baton 3 Pro flashlight could be called ‘deeply groovy’. It has a grip surface that is much better than traditional cross-hatch knurling. Its overall form factor fits my hand very well. And it is lightweight and has 5 brightness levels. Is there anything to not like about the Olight Baton 3 …

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Klarus XT11GT Pro 2.0 flashlight review – Copious photons to vanquish the shadows!

REVIEW – The first patent for a battery-powered flashlight was in 1899. The device was called a “flash light” because it could only produce short bursts and required time for the batteries to “rest” between uses. It produced about two candlepower or 25 lumens. Now, you can have more than 3000 lumens to chase the …

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