While the Akaho flashlight costs just under twelve bucks you would have to seek a power solution independent of the purchase. The flashlight can however be powered by three AAA (NiMH/Alkaline) batteries or one rechargeable 18650 Li-ion battery. Should you prefer an 18650 battery you also be obliged to acquire a charger. The Akaho light is a very bright flashlight which has a zoom feature allowing a user to adjust the focus of the light from a spot to flood light by simply sliding the head back and forth. This flashlight would be useful for low light emergencies around the home and outdoor activities such as biking camping and hiking.
The Leyic zoomable flashlight pack includes one flashlight, two rechargeable 18650 Li-ion batteries, one 18650 battery charger, a battery sleeve and lanyard. The flashlight can be powered by one 18650 battery or three AAA (NiMH/Alkaline) batteries. The Leyic light features an adjustable zoom function which allows a user to adjust the light beam from a spot to a flood light by by sliding the head back and forth. While the flashlight kit does not include a bike mount this item would be great for nighttime activities such as biking, camping, hiking and hunting.
Happy Thursday and thanks for checking out our weekly updates of flashlight reviews from postings around the Web. Flashlight Tip Of The Day: Gently unscrew the tailcap of your flashlight enough to break the circuit to avoid accidental activation of the light when not in use. Flashlights that are turned on when they should be off can lead to a drain on the batteries. Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!
The BestWin flashlight pack is one of those items which offers the user the option of using their flashlight as a bike light with the included bike mount. You can attach the bike mount to your bike and leave it as a permanent fixture and slip in and remove the flashlight at will. The BestWin flashlight would therefore be ideal for outdoor use while biking, camping and hiking. The flashlight with its adjustable focus feature which allows a user to adjust the light beam by sliding the head back and forth would also be useful around the home in the event of a low light emergency.
The Smiling Shark A100 flashlight kit includes one flashlight, two 18650 batteries, one 18650 mains charger, bike mount, 18650 battery sleeve, AAA battery holder and lanyard. The flashlight pack comes with an instruction sheet and is tucked neatly away in a nice gift box. The A100 can be used as your normal hand-held flashlight or as a bike light attached to your bike with the included bike mount. The flashlight also features an adjustable focus function which allows the user to zoom-in and zoom-out the flashlight beam by sliding the head back and forth.
Happy Wednesday and Welcome to the first edition of Flashlight Review here at Flashlight Packs.com. We are a bit late with our review update but these things happen from time to time. In today’s compilation we have reviews of the Atactical A1, Manker MK35 Prototype, Olight H1R Nova, Opsmen Fast 501R, Thrunite TH20 NW and Zanflare F1 flashlights.
The WowLight is a very bright flashlight which you can zoom-in and zoom-out the light beam by simply sliding the head back and forth. The flashlight comes with a battery sleeve which you use to insert an 18650 battery, a battery carrier for use with AAA batteries and a lanyard. The light can be powered by one rechargeable 18650 Li-ion battery or three AAA (Alakline/NiMH) batteries. Batteries are not included in this package.
Who said you can’t get a quality flashlight for less than ten dollars? Not the folks over over at VibeLite, that’s for sure! Their AAA powered flashlight produces a maximum output which exceeds 300 lumens and a beam throw distance of 100 meters. The VibeLite can also be powered by a rechargeable 18650 battery however you would have have to purchase batteries/charger separately if you were to buy this product.
The SHIXE flashlight pack includes one zoomable torch, an adapter for use with AAA batteries, one 18650 battery holder, two 18650 batteries, one 18650 battery charger and one flashlight holster packed in a neat Army Green carry case. The SHIXE flashlight kit is a handy emergency lighting solution priced just under fourteen bucks. Most importantly, the flashlight can be powered one rechargeable 18650 Li-ion battery (two are provided in the package) or three AAA (Alkaline/NiMH) batteries.
Happy Thursday and Welcome to our weekly flashlight reviews update where we highlight some of the more recent reviews of flashlights from postings around the Web. It does seem the year is racing ahead as we are almost at the end of the month of January. Time waits on no one! In today’s update we have reviews of the new Fenix TK47, Nitecore TM28 and DQG Tiny 26650 III, Klarus XT1C, Lumintop Prince, Rofis TR10 flashlights. Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!