Here we stand, poised on the precipice of a new era in flashlights. Once again NiteCore aims for the lead. Is this radical departure from the norm setting the bar for the competition, or simply falling short of the goal?
Reaching back to its roots, NiteCore brings back the SmartPD line attempting to correct some of the problems that presented themselves with the EX11. Are these fixes finally the worthy successor to the original EX10 that fans have been longing for or have they once again fallen short of the initial mark?
NiteCore is at it again, producing another infinitely variable light to compliment their previous offerings, this time there is a bit of a twist in the UI…literally.
NiteCore has once again returned to what has become their signature design, the Piston Drive switch. The EX11 tries to bring back the best features of the previous lights in this line, but how do these choices stack up to actual usability?
NiteCore has released their first major revision to the EZ line with their new EZ AA R5 flashlight. Instead of just the usual emitter and aesthetics upgrades, this new model introduces drastic changes to the UI. The question remains, just how well does it honor the EZ name?