What do you do when you have got nearly every conceivable variable covered in your extensive EDC flashlight line? Why, you start offering limited editions, of course!
A journey of a thousand miles begins (and continues) with a single step. This definitely seems to be Olight’s mantra when it comes to their now signature Baton series. Working continuously to improve already quality lights, in a manner reminiscent of eating an elephant, one bite at a time.
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.
Dorcy continues to try and sway my preconceptions with new products that think outside the box.
Olight has proven themselves the masters of evolutionary updates lately, does this trend Improve their products, or are detractions the order of the day?
You can’t have too much of a good thing. That’s Olight’s motto, or so it appears as another light joins the Baton line.
Olight continues to expand their lineup, can this trio add anything unique to the fold, or are they simply extra numbers to bolster the ranks?
Headlamps have never been my forte. I don’t know if it’s a convoluted sense of style, or something more pragmatic, but I haven’t ever been a huge fan. That being said, in terms of sheer usefulness, their capabilities are inarguable.
Time for a TaoTronics take two. AA cells, that is. The ThorLite line makes a return showing that there’s more to see than simply a one trick pony.
The flashlight industry moves fast. If you want to keep selling, you have to stay current. FOURSEVENS does exactly that, bringing the latest advancements to their most popular lights.