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Bug out location flashlights

It is just a flashlight, so what is the big deal?  The big deal is, walk into a remote cabin that does not have electricity, it is nighttime, a flashlight is the first thing you will reach for.  The beam of light is reassuring that everything will be ok. With trusty light in hand you[.....]


While reviewing the Thrunite Archer 2A flashlight, I kept asking myself, “Why is Thrunite trying to squeeze 500 lumens out of two AA batteries?” With the Thrunite Archer 2A, it steps down from 500 lumens to 75 lumens. That is a pretty big jump. What niche does the flashlight try to fill? Read More…

Atactical A1S flashlight

The A1S lives up to the Atactical name and reputation. It passed every test with flying colors. In fact, I was left wondering if the tests were just too easy. The first time I heard of Atactical was when a company representative asked if I would like to review their flashlight. I enjoy doing Read More…

Thrunite Flashlight

Awhile back a representative from Thrunite contacted me on my youtube channel and asked if I would like to review one of their flashlights. I said sure, why not? I had never heard of Thrunite and was rather excited to be given the chance to look at one of their products, First they sent me[.....]


I love the The Wirecutter. As a product reviewer and a review JUNKY, I can’t get enough of that website. Every once in a while I somehow stumble into a very serious review of a Miele Vacuum cleaner and read the whole thing. So, when they came out with reviews and comparisons of products Read More…

Thrunite TN12 Review

The Thrunite TN12 is not only well rounded, it is one tough flashlight. I subjected the TN12 to a range of tests and it passed with flying colors. Thrunite contacted me through my youtube channel and asked if I would like to review one of their flashlights. I am always in the market for a[.....]

Atactical A1 review

Atactical is a new player in the flashlight market. Their first offering, the Atactical A1, makes a wonderful first impression. My flashlight reviews usually consist of freezing the flashlight in a block of ice, driving nails with it, running it over with tractor, and dropping it. Sometimes I try Read More…