Elzetta Alpha

October 9th, 2014
by Dave Wise

Elzetta has long been a go-to brand around the house to be ready for when disaster strikes. What happens though if you want a smaller, more pocketable torch in case the ensuing crapstorm occurs away from home?

Pocket Durability

Elzetta Alpha

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Nextorch TA40

October 2nd, 2014
by Dave Wise

Nextorch has long been pushing innovation as its premier product. The TA40 tries to capture some of that innovation and inject it into a more tactical torch than is normally seen in this lineup.

A sleek looker.

Nextorch TA40

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NiteCore Chameleon CR6

September 14th, 2014
by Dave Wise

With standard white-light flashlights becoming so prolific in today’s market, some companies have begun to expand their offerings to colored light as well hoping for increased sales. Is this a valuable commodity, or simply a gimmick?

What color do you want?

Chameleon Series

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Nextorch P2AAA

August 9th, 2014
by Dave Wise

What seems to be missing from thus far every single light I have reviewed that was actually somewhat common on many lights shortly before the recent flashlight renaissance? Why, adjustable focus, of course.

Finally the right picture.

Nextorch P2AAA

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Olight SR Mini Intimidator

June 29th, 2014
by Dave Wise

How many lumens can we cram into how small of a space. The flashlight industry as a whole seems to be in a race to figure out just that. Olight’s latest entrance into that race definitely qualifies as a contender.

Pop-can-o-light

Olight SR Mini

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