Nostalgia is generally a good thing, however occasionally nostalgia hearkens back to darker times, rather than positive experiences.
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.
Headlamps just seem to find me, don’t they? Once again, I have to begrudgingly acknowledge their usefulness, providing you have one handy.
What seems to be missing from thus far every single light I have reviewed that was actually somewhat common on many lights shortly before the recent flashlight renaissance? Why, adjustable focus, of course.
Keychain lights: my biggest example of ” Don’t leave home without it”.
What magic is this? Now we no longer have to even touch our torches to control them? Olight brings wizardry to the darkness with the new H15S Wave.
Penlights seem to be all the rage. How does Nextorch stack up with their entrant?
Olight’s latest keychain torch, updated and improved. Are we looking at beneficial additions or unnecessary complexity?
Hey look! It’s a FOURSEVENS pen! It’s like deja vu all over again. Wait, this one’s a flashlight? Well there’s a novel idea.
Keychain lights come in so many flavors, though they all seem to follow the same basic form factor. In this highly coveted field, is there really any room for advancement?