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NITECORE’s New Long Range Searchlight Gets Wireless Charging

For a item that is so frequently used, we’d say that induction charging, otherwise known as wireless charging, is long overdue in flashlight. But here it is, the NITECORE R40 Long Range Searchlight, a super powerful flashlight designed for search and rescue, and emergency response, is the first NITECORE to support this hassle-free charging solution. Touting a powerful 520 meters (1,706 feet) throw distance and a maximum output of 1,000 lumens, R40 comes with a proprietary 26650 high-capacity lithium-ion battery rated at 5,000 mAh that affords up to an astounding 1,000 hours of runtime, thereby laying to rest the worry about battery issue for situations, such as search and rescue operation, that requires prolong illumination. Continue reading NITECORE’s New Long Range Searchlight Gets Wireless Charging

NITECORE EC4S: 2150 Lumens Flashlight That Fits in the Palm of Your Hand

Forget about clunky flashlights and cumbersome searchlights. Thanks to advancement in LED technology and material engineering, 2,150 lumens now pretty much fits in the palm of your hand and NITECORE’s latest flagship flashlight, the EC4S, is one such advanced LED flashlight, and it is one heck of a looker too. The EC4S provides up to 2,150 lumens of shine with up to 280 meters (918 feet) of beam throw in a compact, ergonomic form factor measuring 5.9” (15 cm) long and tipping the scale at just 6.03 oz (171g, less batteries). Continue reading NITECORE EC4S: 2150 Lumens Flashlight That Fits in the Palm of Your Hand

NITECORE TM26 QuadRay 3500 Lumen Flashlight

there’s no flashlight that is too bright for the job, but you can’t have all the brightness you want without weighing yourself down. you can have ten men holding regular LED flashlights to get the brightness you needed, or you could use a little help from the NITECORE TM26 QuadRay 3500 Lumen Flashlight. we are obliged to call it a flashlight because it fits right into the hand and your trusty rucksack surely don’t have problem swallowing this Tiny Monster up, but with 3500 lumen on the tap, it is more like a spotlight. really. it uses either four 18650 lithium-ion or eight CR123 batteries to power its four CREE XM-L LED modules and because of its high output, a thermal protection circuit is in place to keep the heat in check. Continue reading NITECORE TM26 QuadRay 3500 Lumen Flashlight