I’m a huge fan of this one, and use it for my fishing, as do most of the TC staff in fact. For me, the main feature is the remote control (don’t worry, there is still a manual switch if you lose your remote), which makes it even more versatile than just a bivvy light. This is especially relevant since the launch of the recent accessories that allow it to attach to banksticks, bivvy poles and suchlike to make an ideal outdoor light. This can be a godsend when taking night-time catch pics. As a bivvy light, I like the twin brightness red and white light modes and love the fact that the back is magnetic and attached to the inner of my bivvy via the metal plate that is provided. I find it hard to mark this one down in any areas, but have remained fair in all areas. There’s no charge output, unlike some others, and while I don’t care about this personally, credit is due to those lights that do have this additional feature. It’s also the most expensive, but it is remote controlled, unlike any others. Overall, it’s the best on test in my opinion.
FIRST IMPRESSIONS 9/10 EASE OF USE 8/10 LIGHT MODES 8/10 WEIGHT 9/10 CHARGE TIME 9/10 VALUE FOR MONEY 9/10 TOTAL: 52/60