Every Christmas, for the past 10 or so years, I have asked for the same thing: a flashlight and/or a pocket knife. Why? Because there is almost always a chance that every day that I will need to use one of them. My first thought when I got my hands on the flashlight was about just how small and compact it was. At half the size of a tube of lip balm, this light takes up minimal space and packs a big punch. Click here to read my initial impressions of the Olight I1R EOS Flashlight.
I have now used the lantern for a considerable amount of time. I have made it a habit to throw it in my day pack when heading away from home whether for a weekend visiting family or snowshoeing or whatever the time away might include. See final review HERE
After having used the lantern for about a month, I have become quite fond of having it around. It has proven quite versatile in use being handy in various situations. Click here for the UPDATE
This reviewer received the Princeton Tec Helix Backcountry Rechargeable LED Lantern for review purposes. From here on out I will refer to it as “the lantern”. Due to a planned vacation up north, I was unable to complete the initial review before I got a chance to utilize the lantern in the field. Click here for Full Review
FlashBlade 2 Multi-tool
I have been using the UST Brands FlashBlade Recharge Multi-Tool 2.0 for the past month. Check out what I think of this multi-tool.
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Petzl Tikka LED headlamp
Now that the clocks have been adjusted, its getting dark awful early on the east coast. How about where you are? By 4:30 or so, its too dark to be out with out some type of light. Especially if you are looking for coyote, or they are looking for you… Check out the first part of the review of the Petzl Tikka Headlamp.
Petzl provided this headlamp for review purposes.