The Astrolux WP2 is a LEP flashlight that throws 2.3km or 1.3 miles. The only light I have that throws further than this is the massive Astrolux MF04, so I was interested to see how the much smaller WP2 would perform.
Pocketable and affordable 1800m throw LEP flashlight. My first LEP flashlight! What’s that you might be wondering? LEP stands for Laser Excited Phosphor, sometimes known as a White Laser.
Last updated: 26th Oct 2021 There’s a few flashlights now available with the Luminus SBT90.2 LED. Too many to keep track of, so I’m making a list to help you compare. Table of contents Jump to a section, either by number of cells (down the rows) or by head size (along the columns). Small Medium …
I have an unusual flashlight review today. This is a versatile light that has both white and UV LEDs and you can twist the head to point sideways. About the light This light is sold as the EverBrite 90° Twist UV. It looks suspiciously like the Nicron N72, so I expect they come from the …
The C8F is a high power tactical light from Sofirn. It has 2 switches for easy operation and throws a reasonable distance.
This week I took an original 1980s Playskool plastic flashlight, removed the insides and replaced them with a 4000 lumen flashlight.
Flashlights with the Anduril UI step down the brightness when they get to hot. They do this with a temperature sensor, which may need configuring when you first get it.
Today I’m reviewing the updated version of Sofirn’s SD05 flashlight. This is my first diving light and my first light with a rotating switch. About the light The SD05 is advertised as a diving light and is waterproof to 100m. It uses a 6000K (cool white) CREE XHP50.2 LED and puts out 3000lm on high. …
A user interface is the way that someone interacts with a device. In the case of flashlights, it’s normally by 1 or more switches that are pressed. A UI can be the different between a flashlight staying on a shelf or being used regularly.
You may have noticed that this blog seems to focus on flashlights (or “torches” in the UK). They’re simple things compared to most technology but their elemental nature makes them almost entrancing.