Hello and Happy [TGIF] Friday. Welcome and thanks for taking the time to check out our Flashlight Review lists of the most recent reviews from around the Web. In today’s update we have reviews of the Haikelite MT07 Buffalo, Imalent DM21T, Sofirn SP32, Olight Striker M1X, Thorfire TG06S and TK’s Emisar D4 flashlights. Enjoy!
The Ploarnovo LED flashlight 2pack set which is our flashlight pack of the day contains no batteries or charger. You simply get two quality adjustable focus flashlights for less than nine dollars each. The Ploarnovo flashlight can be powered by one rechargeable 18650 Lithium battery or three AAA (NiMH/Alkaline) batteries. If you desire the rechargeable option you would also have to add the price of a charger to your purchase. The flashlight would be ideal for use around the home or shop as well as outdoor activities such as biking, camping, hiking, hunting or walking the dog.
The CL09 from Fenix is a compact, cold-resistant camping lantern which produces a neutral white light and red and green lights. The neutral white light is easier on the eyes and illuminates objects as they would be seen in daylight. The red and green lights protect your night vision. Additionally, the green light can serve as a beacon light and the red flashing light as a signal light. The CL09 when powered by a CR123A Lithium battery can operate in temperatures down to -40 degree Centigrade.
Our flashlight pack of the day is the WowLite 2 pack adjustable focus LED flashlight pack. This deal priced just under sixteen bucks contains no batteries or charger. The WowLite can however be powered by one rechargeable 18650 Lithium Ion battery or three AAA (NiMH/Alkaline) batteries. If you decide to go with the rechargeable battery option, you would also have to acquire a charger as well. The flashlight pack however includes two plastic tubes for use with 18650 batteries and battery carriers for use with AAA batteries. These accessories when used with the batteries prevent rattle in the flashlights.
Hello and Happy Tuesday! Thanks as always for taking the time to check out our weekly updates of the most recent reviews of flashlights and batteries from current online postings. In today’s listing we have reviews of the Fenix PD40R, FourSevens Mini MKII Turbo, Nitecore SRT7GT, Rofis TR15, Sofirn SP32 and the Zanflare F2S flashlights. Enjoy!
The WK007 from XTAR is a compact, adjustable focus EDC flashlight which delivers a maximum output of 500 lumens and a beam throw distance of 175 meters. The flashlight measures 100mm long and has a head diameter of 28.5mm. The WK007 weighs 50 grams without a battery installed. The flashlight is crafted from an aerospace-grade 6N03 aluminum alloy and features an anti-roll design and knurling for a firm grip. The WK007 also features a detachable, stainless steel pocket clip for convenience and a Type III hard anodized, anti-corrosion Black finish.
The Nitecore TM38 (Tiny Monster) is a powerful rechargeable LED flashlight which produces a maximum output of 1800 lumens and a beam throw distance of 1400 meters. This searchlight is definitely designed for outdoor use and would be an asset for the user whose prime objective would be to view objects in the distance. The TM38 would therefore be a welcomed addition to the kit of law enforcement, the military and search and rescue personnel along with the professional caver and hiker.
Hello and Happy Sunday! Welcome to the first edition of Flashlight Review for the month of July 2017 here at FlashlightPacks.com. Would you believe we are into the second half of 2017 already! Time is truly precious so we should endeavour not to waste one second. In today’s flashlight review update we have reviews of the Coast Polysteel 600R, Fenix BC30, Nitecore SRT9, Orcatorch T30, Sharp Eagle XHP50 and Wuben T101 flashlights. Enjoy!
The HM50R from Fenix is a compact rechargeable headlamp which is designed for use in the cold outdoor environment of rock and mountain climbing and long distance hiking. The headlamp can also be detached from the headband and be use as a handy mini flashlight. The HM50R measures 67.5mm long and 33mm wide. The headlamp weighs 63 grams without the battery installed. The HM50R is constructed from an aircraft-grade aluminum alloy which features a Type III hard anodized, anti-abrasive finish. The headlamp is held in place by a detachable silicone lamp holder. The headlamp and holder is fitted to a sweat-channeling, reflective headband.
Our Flashlight Of The Day is the Wuudi Rechargeable LED Spotlight for the times when you require much brighter illumination than the ordinary flashlight delivers. While the friendly beam from your handheld flashlight may suffice for most low light scenarios, the powerful burst from a spotlight would be more appropriate to light up large areas. This light would definitely be an asset for cave explorers and search and rescue personnel.