Tagged: edc

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Lumintop EDC25 Review and Beamshot Pictures

I carried flashlight(s) everyday and realized that choosing particular flashlight for my EDC (Every Day Carry) stuffs is not as easy as it looked. More over if you have experienced carrying sort types of...

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Olight H1 Nova, Compact Headlamp and Flashlight

Olight H1 Nova is a high performance (max 500 lumens) compact headlamp that can be converted into a flashlight simply by removing its headband and put pocket clip on it. In simple words, Olight H1 Nova is a successor...

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On The Road M900 Review

On The Road M900 is a medium sized flashlight powered by a single 18650 battery and can shine up to 900 lumens. It has four modes, one hidden mode, and operated with a reverse...

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Lumintop IYP365 – Nichia Version

Lumintop IYP365 is a portable penlight powered by two AAA batteries with maximum output of 200 lumens on CREE version and 125 lumens on Nichia one. It has three brightness mode (medium, low, high)...

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Manker E14 Nichia Version

Manker E14 is an EDC flashlight powered by a single 16340/(R)CR123/18350 battery with maximum output of 1600 lumens on CREE emitter and 1400 lumens on Nichia. It has quad LED emitters with TIR optic...

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Olight S1 Baton Flashlight Review

Olight S1 Baton is the smallest side switch LED flashlight ever produced by Olight, features a Cree XM-L2 CW LED that reaches a maximum beam distance of 110 meters and has a maximum output...

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Klarus P1C, A Handy EDC Flashlight

I got this Klarus P1C flashlight from LightCastle and it took 3-4 weeks for shipping. Quite fast because sometimes it took more than 1 month to receive order(s) from other Chinese online store. This is a great...

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Streamlight’s Nano Light

A few days ago, a good friend from Equator Knives sent me a tiny but –surprisingly– bright flashlight, a Streamlight Nano Light: As tiny as peanut,  powered by 4 alkaline button cells (IEC-LR41), as bright...