IMALENT reached out on BLF to ask if I would like to review anything. I asked for the IMALENT MS12 MINI because I thought that I would be capable of testing it using my 90mm DIY lumen tube. I was wrong.
The Acebeam E75 is a 21700 sized torch with four emitters, a strike bezel, built-in USB-C charging, battery level indicators, and an electronic side-switch. This particular version has Nichia 519A 5000K 90 CRI emitters. It is also available in cool white with a 6500K colour temperature.
The Mateminco MT-911 is a 26650 thrower with an XLD-G90 emitter, an Orange Peel reflector, and an electronic side switch.
The Acebeam Pokelit AA Ti is a forward-clicky AA sized torch with a what appears to be a blue topographical design. It has a high CRI Nichia 519A emitter and it can take Alkaline, Ni-MH or 14500 Li-ion cells.
NEXTORCH kindly provided the NEXTORCH TA30C MAX Tactical Torch for review. It has a CREE XHP50.3 HI emitter and it takes a 21700 cell. The large tail switch allows momentary modes to be accessed while a rotary switch can be used to permanently select a mode.
Olight Australia kindly sent the Olight baton 3 Pro Max for review. It is a 21700 EDC torch with a TIR optic and a floody emitter. This particular version has a Cool White emitter. There are also Neutral White and Warm White versions.
Ben from Ground Force International, the exclusive national distributor of Armytek products in Australia, reached out to see if I would be interested in reviewing a torch by Armytek. I asked if I could review the Armytek Wizard C2 WR (Warm Light) headlamp. It has two warm white emitters and two red emitters behind a single pebble TIR optic.
The Fenix HL16 is a lightweight headlamp with a white emitter and a red emitter. It takes three AAA batteries. I asked liteshop.com.au if I could review the Fenix HL16 to see if it would be suitable for running for several hours overnight.