Happy Weekend folks! Welcome and thanks for checking out our compilation of flashlight reviews from recent online posts. Flashlight Tip: Unscrew the tailcap of your flashlight enough to break the electrical circuit to prevent accidental activation of the light when not in use. It can be pretty disconcerting to realise your batteries are drained just when you require illumination
The Fenix FD20 is a compact AA powered flashlight which produces a maximum output of 350 lumens and a beam throw distance of 115 meters. The FD20 features a focusing ring around the head which allows a user to manipulate the light beam from a spot to floodlight. The flashlight measures 153.2mm long with a head diameter of 25.4mm. The FD20 weighs 87 grams without any batteries installed. The flashlight is constructed from an aerospace-grade aluminum alloy which features diamond knurling for a firm grip and a Type Ⅲ hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish.
Hello and Happy Friday! Happy weekend folks! Thanks for coming to our regular roundup of recent flashlight reviews from online posts. Today’s update features reviews of the EcoGear FX TK120, Helius Sigma IX Tritium, Jaxman E2L, Klarus G30, Nitecore MT06MD and OrcaTorch D611 flashlights. Enjoy!
The NiteKing N40 flashlight pack does not come with any batteries or charger both of which you will require to operate this light. The flashlight costs just under twelve bucks. The N40 can be powered by one rechargeable 186450 Lithium Ion battery, two CR123 Lithium batteries or two rechargeable 16340 Lithium Ion batteries. The NiteKing N40 measures 13.7cm long and has a head diameter of 3.3cm. The flashlight weighs 92 grams without any batteries installed. The flashlight is constructed from an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy which features knurling for a firm grip, a fixed pocket clip which prevents the light rolling away and an anodized, anti-abrasive Black finish.
The Nitecore MH12GT (Multi task Hybrid Series) flashlight is a compact rechargeable lighting tool which delivers a maximum output of 1000 lumens and a beam throw distance of 321 meters. The MH12GT measures 139.2mm long and has a head diameter of 25.4mm. The flashlight weighs 87 grams without a battery installed. The MH12GT is housed inside an aircraft-grade aluminum casing which features knurling for a firm grip and a HAIII military grade hard-anodized finish. The flashlight also features a titanium coated stainless steel pocket clip for convenience.
Hello and Happy Thursday! Thanks for stopping by at our list of recent flashlight reviews from online posts. In today’s update we have reviews of the Imalent HR20, Manker MK41 HI, Niteye EYE10, Odepro TM30, Rofis G01 and Jetbeam E10R flashlights. Enjoy!
So you looking to acquire a couple flashlights for home use in the event the light goes out. You have set a price tag of twenty dollars which may include batteries. Be aware you would however have to factor in the price of shipping any purchase from Amazon to arrive at the “true” cost of the item. While these flashlights are not exceptional flooders or throwers they should satisfy the needs of most users who individually seek a portable lighting solution.
The P10GT from NiteCore is an upgrade of the P10 flashlight boosting the output to 900 lumens and the beam throw distance to 286 meters. The P10GT features a Strobe Ready button on the tail which serves as a dual-function switch that is capable of accessing the Strobe mode whether the light is on or off. The P10GT measures 135mm long and has a head diameter of 25.4mm. The flashlight is constructed from an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy which features an anti-roll design and diamond knurling for a firm grip. The P10GT also features a crenulated bezel for use in emergencies, a titanium-coated stainless steel clip and a HAIII military grade hard-anodized finish.
The AMZ Vision rechargeable LED flashlight pack includes an AAA battery holder, an 18650 battery sleeve, lanyard, Lithium battery charger, 18650 rechargeable Lithium Ion battery and one AC adapter. The kit is tucked away in a neat Army Green case. The AMZ Vision flashlight can be powered by the included 18650 battery or three AAA (NiMH/Alkaline) batteries. The 18650 battery can recharged inside the flashlight via a connection from a port in the neck of the light to an external power supply using the AC adapter. The battery can be removed from the light and placed inside the Lithium-ion charger to be recharged. Charging time is approximately six to nine hours.
Hello and Happy Wednesday! Welcome to the first edition of Flashlight Review since the introduction of daylight saving time on Sunday 12th March. Better late than never! Even though there is more daylight than before an EDC flashlight would still be a useful item to have in your possession when you are out and about in low light conditions. In today’s roundup of recent online reviews we have posts on the Atactical, Elzetta Bones, Fenix TK45, Imalent HR20, Jetbeam Jet-II MK and Sunwayman C13R flashlights. Enjoy!