Olight has released yet another flavor of the day with the new M18 Striker. Does this one suit your fancy better than the more everyday variant?
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.
If you’re sick of constantly rotating batteries, or disassembling your lights to recharge, Olight might have the answer you’re looking for. Hope you’re looking for power though.
I’ll admit, my first reaction was laughter. This light looks to me like it fell out of the ugly tree and hit every branch on the way down. I try to begin every review with fresh eyes, but, with a new light from a company I had never heard of before, I was having a hard time moving past my initial impressions here.
Any good flashlight enthusiast knows the benefits of an 18650 powered light. Their rechargeability and high capacity make them suitable for the majority of illumination tasks. What could be better? Sunwayman answers in a very simple manner, “How about 2 of them?”
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.
Simplistic design is the staple of Lupine flashlights. The Betty TL is no exception to the rule. Their lights continue to impress electronically though.
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?
If you were to ask me which light brands to keep an eye on (which I suppose you are asking), I would definitely have to mention Olight as a part of that short list. More than simply keeping up to date with the latest LEDs, Olight has been re-imagining their light’s user interfaces throughout their entire repertoire.
What, your flashlight only has WHITE light? That’s so overused. You need to broaden your horizons my friend. Seek true enlightenment.