The busy reader in this board knows that I've recently looked for a flashlight. Things were purchased. Things were tested. Opinions were re-evaluated. So right now, I am of the opinion that to satisfy my needs, It'll take three flashlights. 1. An EDC light. I'm well covered on that topic. I have a rotation and spares. 2. A nice thrower. The only practical application I regularly have for that is to scan a field for deer when walking the dog. That task needs a thrower that can cover a thousand foot distance. Apart from that it's just that .. when you're into flashlights, you'll need a potent thrower, am I right? So, on this topic I have three contestants. Lumintop GT Micro (or Mini). It has a useful throw that covers enough distance for my application. Big bonus is that both micro and mini are cheap. So cheap that the lack of nice-to-have-functions does not really bother. Thrunite Catapult v6. It basically is the thrower that fits the bill. I like the beam pattern and power. I like the UI. I like the USB recharging. The form factor is coat pocket compatible. Olight Javelot Pro. I must say that when this was announced, I was intrigued because I really really like the looks of this one, especially the desert tan color. The features are quite agreeable as well. It's just one of these things that strike a chord within you and you want one badly. When it came out, I dismissed it, though. I could only justify 200 bucks for a flashlight that I use and depend on a lot. Now it happened that I bought a new one way under price. I snagged it up and have yet to decide whether to keep it or pass it on. Hopefully, I will be able to make a decision when the Olight arrives and either blows me away or feels like 'meh'. 3. The not-quite-EDC. The light you pack in a scenario where you know you will need one. My EDC has to fit into my jeans pockets and the main reason is a dozen little tasks every day. Dark cupboards, backsides of computers and whatnot. The not-quite-EDC will expect a lot more runtime on a lot more Lumens. A longer walk through dark, unfamiliar Terrain. A makeshift-bicycle-headlamp for a night ride. Camping. That kind of stuff. I have a Lumintop F3WA which I do not like very much. I'd buy the latest Zebralight SC600 in a heartbeat if there was a way to charge it, but AFAIK it only runs on short 18650 cells and those that offer recharging via micro USB are too long. The Nitecore MH20/23/27 fits a lot of the things I like. Recharging within the lamp, good form factor etc. But they seem to be way to pricey for what they offer, because the lumens on tap feel a bit outdated. Any input on throwers or the perfect not-quite-EDC light would be appreciated.