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Olight H25 Wave

The new Olight H25 Wave headlamp is one powerful beast producing up to 800 lumens this compact lighting tool produces more than adequate illumination for the varied outdoor adventures. Whether on the next hiking or biking trail, cave exploration or hunting expedition, the H25 Wave would add to a satisfying experience since all you have to do to operate the light is wave your hand in front of the IR sensor. The H25 Wave is housed in a die-casted aluminum case which facilitates the head to tilt 75 degrees to adjust angle of the beam.

The headlamp contains a single-die Cree XM-L2 neutral white LED which produces a maximum output of 800 lumens, a beam of 212 meters and three light modes: High 800 Lumens 5Hr; Mid 250 12Hr; Low 35 lumens 60Hr. The H25 is powered by a rechargeable Lithium battery pack (5200mAh/7.4V) which features a USB charging port (max 2.5A) that can be used as a power bank to charge mobile devices. The battery pack also features a battery power indicator and fully charges in less than four hours. The rechargeable battery pack (5200mAh/7.4V) comes with a belt clip to secure it when you are on the go. The H25 can be operated by a manual switch or by a wave of your hand in front of the headlamp to activate the infrared sensor to turn it on or off. The Olight H25 Wave headlamp pack includes a headband, AC charger and power cord.


LePowerTM 9 T6

Hello and Welcome to the Labor Day edition of Flashlight Reviews here at FlashlightPacks.com. Well, not exactly. How are you spending this Labor Day weekend? Why not spend some time exploring the great outdoors! Of course you have heard that countless times before but if you haven’t already, give it a try, you will return richer for the experience. Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!

Imalent DD2R – Review – Candle Power Forums

LePower 9T6 XM-L Flashlight – Review – Johnny Mac Reviews – Flashlight

Silva Trail Runner II USB HeadLamp – Review – Gear We Are – Headlamp

Budget Light Forum

Hugsby ML-8 – Review

LePower 9T6 – ReviewFlashlight

1200LM CREE XM-L T6 LED Flashlight Torch White Light Zoomable 5 Modes – ReviewFlashlight

Samsung ICR18650-26F 2600mAh (Pink) – ReviewBatteries

Samsung ICR18650-26H 2600mAh (Pink) – ReviewBatteries


Cree T6 1000 Lumen LED Headlamp – ReviewHeadlamp

CVLife 1800 Lumen CREE XM-T6 – ReviewFlashlight

ELZETTA Alpha – Review

5.11 Tactical TMT A2 Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

GSX 220 Flashlight – Review

Sunwayman F30R – Review

Thrunite T10S/T10T – ReviewFlashlight





SureFire 2211 Luminox WristLight

SureFire has released the new 2211 Luminox WristLight which is a tactical hands-free flashlight with an integral Luminox timepiece which is designed to be strapped to your wrist. The 2211 Luminox is constructed of lightweight, hard-anodized aerospace aluminum and features a heavy duty rubber wristband that holds the unit securely in place. The WristLight contains a high-performance LED which produces a maximum output of 300 lumens and three light modes: High 300 Lumens 1Hr; Mid 60 Lumens 4Hr; Low 15 Lumens 13Hr. The 2211 Luminox is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a built-in LED fuel gauge that indicates when it’s time to recharge. The battery is recharged via a USB port with the included USB cable.

The SureFire 2211 Luminox WristLight is operated by two pushbutton side switches. Pressing either switch instantly activates the 300-lumen maximum beam. Pressing the switch again, within 0.5 seconds, activates the low-level 15-lumen setting. Another press of either switch turns the light off. Press and hold both switches simultaneously to cycle through the light’s three light modes. Release the switches when the desired level of light is activated. Press either switch again to turn the light off. Light output can be programmed to cycle from high- to low-output, or from low to high, depending on your personal preference.

The integral Luminox timepiece features a classic design, a high-quality Swiss quartz movement, a unidirectional rotating bezel with timer markings, and self-illuminating tritium hands and markers that glow continuously. The timepiece also features a hardened, scratch-resistant mineral crystal, and it’s gasket sealed for water resistance. The integral Luminox watch runs on its own lithium disk battery that is unaffected by the USB charger. The SureFire 2211 Luminox WristLight pack includes a rechargeable lithium-ion battery, micro-USB charge port, and USB charging cable.


Fenix E99 Ti

The new Fenix E99 Ti (limited edition) EDC is designed to be much more than a flashlight. With its sleek metal luster, high quality knurling and unique serial number, the E99 Ti titanium flashlight would make an ideal gift for the flashlight hobbyist and a welcomed treat for others. Should you decide to surprise that special someone with an E99 Ti, the flashlight comes packaged in a matte finish gift box. Additionally, Fenix is offering a special promotion to anyone who pre-orders the E99 Ti where for a $1 fee you can have an inscription of no more than 32 letters engraved onto the flashlight.

The Fenix E99 Ti measures 66.5 mm in length and is housed in an aircraft-grade alpha titanium4 alloy which is resistant to corrosion and high temperatures. The flashlight utilizes a Cree XP-E2 LED which produces a maximum output of 100 lumens, a 41 meter beam and three light modes: High 100 Lumens Ni-MH Battery 50Min – Alkaline Battery 35Min; Mid 27 Lumens Ni-MH Battery 4Hr 15Min – Alkaline Battery 4Hr 15Min; Low 4 Lumens Ni-MH Battery 28Hr – Alkaline Battery 30Hr. The E99 Ti is powered by one AAA battery. The flashlight is operated by a twist switch located in the head. The E99 Ti also features digitally regulated circuitry which maintains constant brightness and is capable of standing up securely on a flat surface to serve as a candle.


Platinum Tools Maxim 6

Platinum Tools has introduced the Maxim 6 which is a heavy duty, self-adjusting wire stripping and cutting tool which is designed for use with round, oval and flat wire cable. The Maxim 6 is constructed from high grade polymers and carbon steels and features a high leverage built in cutter with safety guard. The tool has a 24-10 AWG stripping range and a 30-10 AWG cutting range. The autoform laminated stripping jaws of the Maxim 6 form around the radius of the cable to ensure no damage to the inner conductor, while the built-in wire stop measures strip length. The tool which is manufactured in the UK also features an ergonomic handle that is designed for comfort and reduces fatigue.


EagleTac G25C2 MK II

Hello and Happy Tuesday to you. Welcome to our roundup of flashlight reviews from flashaholics (flashlight hobbyists) and others who post their views online. Returning to the issue of flashlight maintenance it is important to note that some attention should be directed to the connections on your light. Spare O rings are useful to have since those on your light deteriorate over time and have to be replaced. You can also acquire a container of light “machine oil” (the oil used on your shaving set would suffice) from which you would apply sparingly to the connections before putting them together after a change of batteries. Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!

EagleTac G25C2 MKII – Review – thesmith – Flashlight

Fenix TK35 Ultimate Edition – Review - Johnny Mac Reviews – Flashlight

Petzl eLite – Review – iReview Gear – Headlamp

Budget Light Forum

Armytek Tiara Pro A1 Warm – Review

Basen 18490 1100mAh 15A – Review

Basen S2 Charger – Review

Efest IMR18650 3100mAh (Purple) 2014 – ReviewBatteries

LG 18650 E1 3200mAh (Green) – Review

Rayus PT10 – Review

Trustfire TR10440 600mAh – ReviewBatteries

Candle Power Forums

LRI Proton Pro – ReviewFlashlight

Olight SR Mini – ReviewFlashlight

Olight ST25 – ReviewFlashlight

Olight S10-L2 – ReviewFlashlight

Rayus PT10 – Review

Thrunite T20T – ReviewFlashlight


Armytek Tiara A1 Pro Warm Headlamp – Review

Fenix E20 2014 Edition Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

LED Mini Mag Light – ReviewFlashlight

Spiker 1207 Bike Light – ReviewBike Light

SureFire P1R Peacekeeper Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

3 LED Dynamo Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

Thrunite T20T – ReviewFlashlight

Western Safety Swivel Lens Head Lamp – ReviewHeadlamp


Energizer L91BP-8 Ultimate Lithium AA Battery

By far the best power option for your AA powered flashlight would be a set of eneloops. It is still useful however to keep a pack of ready-to-use cells in case of an emergency. The Energizer L91BP-8 Ultimate Lithium AA is one powerful alternative designed especially for use in digital cameras but just as efficient in your AA flashlight. It is however important to note that the Energizer Lithium AA batteries are not rechargeable. Even though they carry the name ‘Lithium’, the Energizer Lithium AA batteries are different from the commonly known ‘Lithium-ion’ rechargeable batteries since they are single-use batteries (Not rechargeable like Li-ion) and the terminal voltage for each cell is around 1.65V (compared to around 3.7V for each Li-ion rechargeable cell). So, if you are seeking to acquire one power solution for your camera and EDC you can check out this pack of eight Lithium cells.


EcoGear FX T6X2 Flashlight Kit

Today we take a look at the EcoGear FX T6X2 tactical flashlight which is a solidly built lighting tool handy enough for security applications and home use. The EcoGear FX T6X2 measures 8.75 inches in length and is housed in an anodized aircraft grade aluminum alloy with a crenelated bezel fixture. The flashlight utilizes a Cree XML T6 LED emitter which produces a maximum output of 1600 lumens, a 300 meter beam and five light modes: High; Medium; Low; Strobe; SOS. The FX T6X2 is powered by two rechargeable 18650 3.7V 3000mAh lithium batteries. The flashlight is operated by a push button switch in the tail cap which facilitates access to the light modes. With the flashlight turned on the light beam can also be manipulated by pulling the head to the desired brightness level. The EcoGear FX T6X2 flashlight contains a free Cree Q5 LED flashlight along with two rechargeable UltraFire 18650 3.7V 3000mAh lithium batteries, charger and battery case.


Streamlight Double Clutch USB Headlamp

Streamlight has introduced the Double Clutch USB which is a headlamp that gives you the ease of access to shift between beams and modes with just a rotation of the facecap switch. The facecap turns the light on and off and changes the output from spot to flood. The Double Clutch USB headlamp is housed in an impact-resistant polymer and features a 60° tilting head and a polycarbonate lens. The headlamp is powered by a rechargeable lithium polymer battery which features a charge status indicator and can be recharged inside or outside of the headlamp using a USB charge cord. The headlamp can also be powered by three AAA alkaline or lithium batteries.

The Double Clutch USB headlamp utilizes a C4 LED which produces spot and flood beams with high and low modes. The spot beam is used distance lighting: High/Spot 125 Lumens 82 Meter Beam 3.5 Hrs Lithium Polymer – 6Hrs Alkaline Batteries. Low/Spot 30 Lumens 40 Meter Beam 10 Hrs Lithium Polymer – 18Hrs Alkaline Batteries. The flood beam is useful for illuminating the immediate environment: High/Flood 125 Lumens 31 Meter Beam 3.5 Hrs Lithium Polymer – 6 Hrs Alkaline Batteries. Low/Flood 30 Lumens 4 Meter Beam 10 Hrs Lithium Polymer – 18 Hrs Alkaline Batteries

The headlamp is operated by the facecap which is off when it is at the center position. Rotating the facecap 90° will turn it on (spot or flood based on rotation direction) and with a double “tap” you can change the intensity of the beam. The Double Clutch USB headlamp will revert to the last intensity when the light is turned on. The headlamp which is available in black and yellow comes with an elastic head strap, rubber helmet strap and USB charge cord. The Double Clutch USB headlamp would be ideal for just about any activity which requires hands-free illumination including biking, camping, hiking or attending to jobs around the home or shop.


Olight R20 Seeker

Hello and Happy Friday to you! Welcome to the weekend edition of Flashlight Reviews here at FlashlightPacks.com. Do you prefer a flashlight with a “clicky” push button switch or a twist- action “twisty” mechanism? I prefer the push button switch especially for on/off operation but I would rather twist a flashlight’s head to select the light modes. Trying to click your way to a preferred light mode every time you turn on your light can be pretty offsetting. Here is today’s list of reviews. Enjoy!

Lowel GL-1 Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

Night Evolution Tactical Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

Budget Light Forum

Basen 18650 1500mAh 20A – Review

Brillipower 18650 3400mAh (Black) – Review

PANYUE PH-08 – Review

Roxane M6 26650 Flashlight – Review

Xtar WP2s – ReviewCharger

Candle Power Forums

Imalent SA04 – Review

OLIGHT R20 Seeker – ReviewFlashlight

NiteCore Intellicharger i4 2014 – ReviewCharger

NiteCore Intellicharger i2 2014 – ReviewCharger

Nitecore i2 and i4 Chargers – 2014 Edition – Review

Thrunite Neutron 2A – Review


Brite-Strike EPLI – Review - Flashlight

Energizer 7 LE Headlamp – Review - Headlamp

Fenix HL50 – Review - Headlamp

Led Lenser SEO7R Rechargeable Headlamp – Review

1101 Police Light Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight

Night Evolution Tactical Flashlight – Review

Nitecore MH25 – Review - Flashlight

Thrunite Ti3 – Review

SOG Dark Energy Tactical Flashlight – ReviewFlashlight