Pocket flashlight size. Big beam power. Enter the Olight M2R Warrior, one of the newest additions to the flashlight company’s lineup of rechargeable 18650 lights.
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After checking out a series of great Olight baton lights, I got my hands on the S1A single AA flashlight. It seemed like a great way to wrap up a review series to return to a pocket AA light. For a long time my go-to pocket light was the Fenix E11/E12, and I was eager […]
Right off the bat I’d like to say that the S30R is an impressive thrower for a pocket-size flashlight. It’s very similar in size and appearance to the S2R Baton I reviewed, with a key distinction of having a much deeper bezel — and a much more focused throw beam as a result. Powered by […]
As something of a kid brother to the S30R Baton, the S10R’s small form can be deceiving. In a tightly packed body barely larger than the CR123 battery that powers it, the S10R makes a great pocket light. It’s similar in body size to the H1 Nova headlamp, but features a deeper recessed bezel for […]
The Olight S2R Baton flashlight is a compact, pocket-sized light that packs quite a punch. Pocket-sized lights I’ve seen before generally used single CR123 batteries, but this light fits a whole 18650 li-ion battery into a very compact form, which allows it to be recharged as needed as well as put out a lot more […]