A new flashlight from Thrunite, this is the TN10 V2, a compact EDC light that (if you use 14500 batteries) will give you 500 lumens of output. It worked well for me once I got the light on, and that is an issue I have with this light.
Here's a chance to get the Olight PL-2 Valkyrie Weapon's Light form 25-30% OFF. Desert Tan - cool color and pretty unique for Olight since most of what they do is in black. And saving 25% or MORE is a win - check it out!
The Powertac E2 Flashlight is small flashlight giving around 200 lumens (188 to be exact). I've used this light for a while now and I like it. I mentioned this in another video, but the next test for this light is to see how much I go back
The Powertac Lance is a solid EDC light giving you almost 300 lumens of output. The cool thing is that you can use this with 1 AA battery or 2 AA batteries - this is a win in my mind. How does it compare to the Streamlight Stylus
The new Olight R50 Pro Seeker Flashlight is an upgrade and change to their earlier Seeker models (in my opinion). I like the new multiple ways of charging and that it comes with 2 charging cradles / stations. This makes it easier to bring it from the car
Cool new knife from a new (to me) company. The Blade Runner Systems Minuteman knife is a sleek, urban/industrial looking EDC blade with S35VN steel that I think you'll be seeing in my EDC rotation. These guys are a part of the knife community so I look forward
Let's start with this statement: this Olight X9R Marauder is RIDICULOUS! I mean it's crazy cool too, but WOW - 25,000 lumens? That's nuts. So we will show you this light in use and talk about it a bit, but to this point in my gear-reviewing life,
This thing throws! The Thrunite Catapult V6 is not an EDC light, it's not a flood light - it's a light to launch lumens in the distance. This thing was fun to use and will be utilized more and more as I head into the night looking for
BattlBox Mission 40 is the Sniper Box. Now to be candid, I'm not a firearms expert and since my range closed down I haven't been out a lot, BUT if you are interested in long-range shooting, this box is worth checking out. And I love me a HUGE
I'm LOVIN' this light - the new Olight i1R EOS is now my favorite keychain flashlight, giving 130 lumens of output. And it weighs in at .42 oz. and measures just under 1.5 inches long. Check it out!
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Fitorch - I've now tested out 3 of their lights and so far - no too shabby. This light, the M30R, offers up to 1800 lumens, is a definite thrower, and it can charge up your USB-compatible devices. Pretty cool - check it out and tell me what
Here's a new company that I wanted to check out - the name is Folomov and I've been looking at their EDC light with 1200 lumens of output. It can also charge other items using the included micro- USB cord. Pretty cool. Long term use will see
A motion-sensor headlamp is a cool product to have, especially if you're in a situation where you need or want to keep your gloves on at all times. The Olight H16 seems to be a solid light, giving you 500 lumens of output. The win of this one
The Steel Will Intrigue got my attention LAST year at Shot Show 2017, so I was glad to get my hands on one and use it. EDC - that's the way I think I'll use this knife. It's not a woods knife, it's not a tactical knife -
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So if you are watching my videos recently you will see that I've been checking out some new flashlight companies. Litesam is totally new to me so I wanted to see what they had to offer.
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In this video, we are going head-to-head between the Thrunite TC20 and the Fenix PD40R. They are very similar to one another, but in the end the Thrunite wins based on one main factor. Check it out!
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Just a quick video to let you know you can get 40% off of the new Olight S30R Baton III, AND if you purchase $199 or more of gear from them, you get a free S2A light as well.
The Lumintop EDC05 flashlight stood out to me because it offered 800 lumens but it was very compact at the same time. So after testing it, I can say that yet is works well and as long as you've got a 14500 or a AA battery, you are good
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The new Thrunite TC20 gives you over 3800 lumens of output, comes with the 26500 battery included, is rechargable via the included USB cord. For me, this is going to be an emergency-style light - good for home, cars, bug out bag, and other kits - check it out!
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If you are looking for a budget-friendly headlamp to use around the house, for car camping, or as a backup, I can tell you that these lights have worked well for me. These aren't built to be
CRKT and Ruger have worked together in a collaboration to bring some new knives to the market in 2018, and as you will see - they are based off of the look and design of Ruger firearms. Check them out and tell me what you think.
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CRKT is a regular visit for me at Shot Show. This year, there are pretty large number of new releases, and what's cool is that almost all of them are available right now. The Field Strip technology has been expanded to a few new knives, and I gotta