In this video we are looking at the Thrunite TH30 and the Nitecore HC33. Both were solid lights, both are convertible so they can become an EDC light for you, and there were actually features from each on that I liked. Check out the video and see if
The Thrunite TH30 Rechargeable LED Headlamp is the brightest headlamp I've ever used at 3350 lumens max. And the tail switch makes it easier to use than many other headlamps I've had.
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I got it, I tested it, and I like it. The Thrunite TH30 headlamp is going to give you over 3000 lumens of output at the highest setting, but even at around 1000 lumens you'll get over 1.5 hours of run time. The fact that it can convert to
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A motion-sensor headlamp is a cool product to have, especially if you're in a situation where you need or want to keep your gloves on at all times. The Olight H16 seems to be a solid light, giving you 500 lumens of output. The win of this one
The Olight X7 Marauder is a beast of a light. It's about as big as can of Coke and will give you a ton of light - 9000 lumens at the highest, and then a 5000 lumen setting, as well as lower settings. If you are looking for
This light is a winner - the PowerTac E5R has - at this point - no real downsides in my opinion. The light is compact but has up to 1,000 lumens, it's USB rechargable, it'seasy to operate, and it is nicely textured for extra grip. If you are
I got interested in PowerTac a few years ago so I was pretty excited to review this tiny but high-output light from them. The PowerTac E10R fits in your hand but can give you up to 600 lumens of output. It's also USB rechargable which is a plus