Olight rounds out a trio of quality low priced offerings with the little brother of them all. Is this little ‘un capable of running with the big boys?
Olight seems to have a desire to see a flashlight in every person’s pocket. Their i series is definitely an attempt to make quality attainable. Can this one be chalked up as a success or simply a learning experience?
Bigger. Brighter. More focused. Olight is using new geometries and technologies to expand the Warrior line even further. Are these all welcome changes or simply “meddling”?
Pocket-ready power. Olight tries to capture the EDC market with their budget friendly “i1”. But does it manage to be an “iWin”?
Olight has joined the ranks of companies that are upgrading their existing line to the latest and greatest in LED efficiency.
Playing kid brother to one of the biggest and brightest lights available, the SR91 is no slouch itself when it comes to bright ideas. Descending from a much heralded lineage, this torch definitely has a lot to live up to.
The SR90 by Olight is a flashlight so massive, both in power and size that it elicits a solitary, unified response from everyone who sees it. “What is its purpose?” is echoed in varying forms from every viewer. My answer is similarly repetitious.
The M20 Warrior lights from Olight are their entry into the heavily saturated 2xCR123A / 18650 powered tactical light market. Unique however, is the skill with which they pull it off.