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Olight S1 Baton Review

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Olight's S1 Baton is a CR123A/RCR123A powered light that has become the go-to EDC light of many for a good reason. The S1 Baton has a thoughtful UI, a premium build quality, and an output of 500 lumens in a package that is so incredibly tiny; literally the size of a thumb! Physical Traits: The light doesn’t look quite that small in online images, but when you first pick this light up, you’ll be amazed at just how very tiny it is. I thought the Nitecore EC11 was small, but wow is the Olight S1 Baton so much smaller! It’s...

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Review of the Nitecore EC11

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Don’t let the size deceive you; Nitecore's EC11 is an interesting light. Both from the stubby shape and its user-interface, to the red LED it has in addition to the main white led. This light has an overwhelming amount of features; more features than lights bigger in size. For how much of a punch (900 lumens!) the EC11 packs, you will have a moment of surprise when first removing the EC11 from its box. Physical Traits Yes, we know already that the light is small, but I’m going to mention it again since it’s so great: This light is small...

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Fenix BC30 review

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Written up by Nathan Hinkle of the BikeLightDatabase, this review of the BC30 is enlightening. You'll find it a great read, and a good primer on what high-end bike lights can do. This BC30 review touches on all the bases that a bicyclist could need, from a suggestion of how to use it best to which type would find the 1800 lumen burst most useful.

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Nitecore MH20 Review

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Nitecore's MH20 with 1000 lumens and 220 meters throw in a 4.13" long body and 18650 battery is a light we recommend. The MH20 features five levels of brightness along with 3 flashing modes so you're prepared for any situation that arises. With its deep pocket clip, you can just throw it in your pocket anytime and always know it is there for when it matters most which you'll be glad you had the MH20.

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Fenix TK61 review

Posted by Zak Wilson on

Fenix's TK61 is a serious tool for serious work. It's not the longest throwing thrower, but at 824 meters, it's not terribly far off. History The TK61 shares its body tube and battery carrier with the multi-emitter TK75. It was purpose-built as a dedicated thrower, and seriously overengineered for predictable extended use. If Olight's M3XS-UT Javelot is a hot-rod, the TK61 is a semi truck. Philosophy of Use The TK61 is not meant for casual use. This is a light for people who need to see long distances in the dark for extended periods of time. It's suitable for search and...

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