Olight seems to have taken to heart their love of iterative advancement and bumped up the release schedule dramatically.
How small do you want your superlight? Olight would like to make a suggestion. How about supremely pocketable? Barely noticeable?
Xtar comes in to save the day, showing once again that headlamps are a little slice of heaven when they are truly needed. The trick is making sure you have them on hand when that time comes.
While some companies aim for providing as wide a product line as possible in order to present the end user with a torch that meets their needs, Nextorch aims to provide as much of that versatility as possible in each torch, limiting the number of lights to choose between, but providing more options within them.
At this point, it’s getting to where I need to start simply detailing the differences that each new version Olight offers, rather than going through all the same basics.
Bigger and brighter. Most of the time when a flashlight company comes out with a new product, this is the direction they choose. With Olight lately, this hasn’t always been the case. I guess we were just about due for something like this.
The Olight mantra of iterative improvement strikes again, this time in the form of another aggressively bezeled wonder. Is the M1X a worthy successor, or has this design simply grown long in the tooth?
Bike lights are a very lucrative and quickly growing segment of portable lighting. Every company seems to want to ensure their place in the rankings with at least one light designed for illuminating dark paths best traversed at speed on two wheels. Does NiteFighter have what it takes to set themselves apart amongst all the competition?
Summer is rapidly approaching us once again. This means later evenings, warmer weather, and that wonderful outdoorsy pastime: camping! Of course, this calls for special lights.
Let’s try and mix things up a little bit. Here’s a video intro and quick look at the Xtar VC4 Battery Charger.