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.
Nextorch has long been pushing innovation as its premier product. The TA40 tries to capture some of that innovation and inject it into a more tactical torch than is normally seen in this lineup.
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.
Broadening my horizons into the realm of weaponlights? Yes please! I take the time to dive into the Nextorch WL10 and see if it really lives up to its purpose, or if it’s just “tacti-cool”.
A flashlight that is more computer than machine? You sir, are living in the future.
Penlights seem to be all the rage. How does Nextorch stack up with their entrant?
Hey! You got your computer in my flashlight! The Nextorch MyTorch brings current technology to a new level in portable lighting devices. Is this too much too soon, or just the next step in flashlight evolution?