The Sofirn Q8 Plus is a soda can style torch with six CREE XHP50B emitters, three 21700 cells, USB-C charging, a power bank feature and a tripod mount.
The Sofirn IF30 is a relatively compact torch that combines twelve floodlights and a spotlight into one package. The rotary switch can be rotated or pressed to control the brightness and change between floodlights, spotlight or both.
I was having a chat with Vivi at Sofirn and we started talking about the IF23. The multi-coloured LED strip caught my attention. I was keen to see if it could be used as bike light.
The C8L is Sofirn’s newest addition to the C8 family of throwers. It may appeal to hunters due to a decent runtime and the smooth throwy beam produced by a single Cree XHP50.3 emitter with an orange peel reflector.
Nichia 519A emitters are all the rage right now in the torch enthusiasts community. Here is a quick tutorial on how to swap a 519A sm353 domed emitter into a Sofirn SP10 Pro.
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.