Another LED flashlight review by me..
“It’s like the sun! That’s the first thing I thought when I turned on the flashlight IU have for review today. This light is the MD50 from OxyLED and it’s supposed to be 500 lumens of brightness but it seems a lot more than that. The light can use an 18650 rechargeable battery or three AAA batteries and it’s very rugged and durable and the beam can be adjusted from flood to spot with just your finger while you’re holding it. The light also have five modes and overall it’s just a great light, it’s become my favorite flashlight. Read on to learn more… ”
New review by me…
“I’ve got another LED flashlight for review today from our friends over at EveryBuying and this light is an Ultrafire XML-T6 that features an adjustable focus along with a nice carrying case included. The light can be powered by three AAA batteries or you can use the 18650 rechargeable battery that they do include for you. Read on to learn more… ”
I just posted my review of the new Joby Gorillatorch Blade over at DIOY Guides. Joby was kind enough to send me another one to give away, so hop on over there and read the review and enter to win one for yourself..
I do a lot of things myself and many times that means I find myself not having enough hands, I’m sure you know what I mean here. For example trying to hold a flashlight while doing something else with your hands, it just doesn’t quite work right most times, you end up finding creative ways to prop the light up and it usually never works out quite right. I’ve been reviewing products for many years, and a lot of the stuff I get ends up being given away or just packed in my attic for later use, that never seems to come. There are products that I get though that I use all of the time, ones that I find tremendously useful and have a permanent place in my DIY tool-kit. Two such products are actually flashlights, but not just any light though, these are from a company called Joby and they feature a bendable leg tripod with magnetic feet that can be utilized in any situation where extra light is needed but where you don’t have a spare hand to hold the light. The magnets let them stick to most any metallic surface. The tripod lets the light just stand where you need it. The bendable legs can be wrapped around things to position the light just so for your needs. These have become my go to product for any of my lighting needs, they are truly just amazing products.
Today for review I have the newest DIY helper flashlight from Joby called the Gorillatorch Blade, and it’s become another must have addition to my toolbox. Not only do I have the Blade for review, but Joby has been kind enough to send me two of them, one for review and one to giveaway to one of our readers.