Solomon was renown for saying “There is nothing new under the sun.” He was right of course, This is especially true once you start looking at fields as established as flashlights. Once in awhile though, despite not being able to be called truly “new”. A light comes across my desk that is a fresh enough concept to require a more in-depth look.
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?”
Though widely known primarily for ring switches, Sunwayman has on a number of occasions branched out to other control methods. Are these capable of living up to the high expectations that have been set for them?
Sunwayman has firmly established themselves as a company where you can find a number of fully variable options. Does the newest member of the family continue the tradition, or bring shame to the fold?
More control rings to the rescue. Sunwayman continues to release new lights based on the simple UI they were founded on. Does this new light live up to its storied heritage?
The mighty keychain light. It has truthfully been said that the best light for any situation is the one that you have with you. What better way to have a handy illumination than to attach one to your keys? Even though there are a number of well known contenders here, is there still room for another at the top?
Sunwayman has continued to offer increasingly excellent products since their inception. Expanding their line of ring controlled light to include yet another completely variable option could prove to be exactly what the fans have asked for.
Good versatility and excellent design. Sunwayman once again swings for the fence with their V10R. Is complete variability a gimmick or the new brilliant lighting concept?
Newcomer Sunwayman is still continuing to take the market by storm with their latest additions, including the M20A. Is this just more of the same, or have they begun to add to their repertoire?
90° flashlights are nothing new but seeing how uncommon they are I had relegated them to the status of “gimmick” in my mind before I had a chance to try one. The L10R has done wonders to correct my thinking and show me that they have genuine value in their own right.