Hi there 👋
I’m a Software Developer in Melbourne, Australia.
I’m currently building tools for Cyber Security teams.
Brinyte has branched out and entered the world of EDC flashlights by releasing the elegant and stylish E18 Pheme.
XTAR actively participates in the torch enthusiast community across multiple forums and social media channels and they noticed a demand for a charger capable of handling a 26800 cell.
The Rider RX by Acebeam is one of the first fidget torches on the market. It is available in a variety of metals and colours. I am a big fan of small EDC torches with tactical forward clicky buttons, and I am curious to see how much fun the fidget feature adds.
It was a pleasant surprise to find the LT1s being sold by Sofirn in December 2021. The LT1s looks like the head of a BLF LT1 at first glance but that is where the similarities end.
VezerLezer kindly sent me an ED10 for review. It’s their first torch and it looks like a pretty solid first release. It’s also the first time that I’ve received a torch for review!
Sillen kindly offered the black WT3M in exchange for fixing the two torches. I assumed that one of the wires for the switch LEDs was disconnected and that I’d fix it within five minutes and give Sillen everything back without accepting the black WT3M. However, I ended up discovering…
Sillen reached out to see if I could repair his Lumintop FWAA Copper torch. He had accidentally sliced the domes off two of the three LEDs while installing a glow gasket.
The display is easy to read. It shows the manually selected charging current, voltage and capacity. The tachometer-style screen looks cool, but I’d rather see larger numbers for the charging current and voltage.