Convoy flashlight naming guide

Convoy have a whole load of flashlights, all with confusingly similar names. Convoy sell their flashlights on the Convoy AliExpress Store, Banggood and Nealsgadgets but there’s so many that it’s impossible to work out which one is which. Here’s a rough overview of the main ones. This isn’t going to be fully comprehensive but should …

Wurkkos TS30 flashlight review

Introduction Wurkkos are still new in the flashlight world but are starting to get fairly well known due to getting lots of things just right. Members of r/flashlight regularly recommend the Wurkkos FC11 due to its tint, build quality and USB-C charging. From what I understand they’re a separate company to Sofirn but the 2 …

Convoy M3-C flashlight review

This review was originally written for and appeared on 1lumen. This flashlight was sent to me for review at no cost by Convoy. I have not been paid to review, nor have I been holding back on problems or defects. Introduction Convoy is well known amongst flashlight enthusiasts. Especially for their low cost and easy …

Wurkkos HD20 headlamp review

The Wurkkos HD20 flashlight is a right angle headlamp with a 21700 cell and 2 LEDs. About the light This is a big flashlight that you can also use as a headlamp. It has lots of bells and whistles and comes at a budget price. The HD20 has 2 LEDs that can be on individually …

Sofirn IF25A review

Another light from Sofirn I’m reviewing is the IF25A. This is a pocketable flashlight with 4 LEDs. About the light The IF25A is small but powerful budget light. It takes a 21700 cell and has 4 SST20 LEDs, pumping out up to 3800 lumens. It has an E-switch and uses the Anduril flashlight user interface. …

Sofirn SD05 3000lm diving light review

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. …

Imalent MS03 flashlight review: The brightest pocket flashlight in the world?

This is quite exciting. I got my hands on Imalent’s new MS03 flashlight: this light pumps out 13,000 lumens from a single cell, making it the brightest pocket-sized flashlight in existence. Read on to see what it’s like in real life. Purchasing You can buy the light from ImalentStore.com. It’s currently $129.95. Quick review This …