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 something a little different. It still falls under the category of portable lighting, but I’d say it’s significantly less portable than most I’ve reviewed. It’s time to branch out into camping lanterns.
Addressing one of my biggest concerns about this excellent product, Lupine throws a few accessories into the mix.
Sometimes when it comes to selecting a new flashlight or other EDC gear, all you really need is a little more information. This blog is designed to help be a part of that decision, but lets face it. This is one area where more is most definitely better.
Battery organization ranges everywhere from a simple zippered baggie, to outrageous over the top cases with every step in between. PowerPax organizers try to find some of that middle ground with their new products.
Elzetta has further expanded their modular flashlight system to now include this tactical-centric high/strobe tailcap module. This just further extends the usefulness of this variable system to customize this light to the end users specific needs.
One of the benefits of EagleTac’s new Mark II Digital ‘20’ series is the use of drop-in emitter modules that can change the characteristics of the light without the full expense of buying another complete torch. This drop-in brings some more punch to the T20C2 in a slightly unorthodox manner.
Elzetta has begun to expand their line of lights beyond the simple one model they started with by taking a modular approach to accessories. Their new 2 stage tailcap will expand the functionality of their existing 2-cell ZFL-M60 and as well their new 3-cell model.
Approximately a year after the initial release of the Cree LED emitter for the Pila GL2/3 models, they followed it up with updated versions. The P4 edition has upped the ante to 180 lumens and is the direct replacement for the original 120 lumen one. This optional Q5 emitter however is rocking a whopping 250 lumens and takes top billing in Pila’s line as far as LED modules go.