NiteLab, a sister company of NITECORE, has introduced an innovative LED specifically designed for flashlights, known as the Ultra High-Intensity LED or UHi LED. This marks a significant advancement in flashlight technology. Until now, flashlight manufacturers have relied on general-purpose LEDs, which often necessitated larger flashlight heads to achieve optimal performance.
Imagine having a superpower that lets you mute loud noises like gunshooting while allowing you to hear others speaking. Well, this superpower is now possible thanks to the NITECORE NE20 Bluetooth Electronic Hearing Protection Earbuds.
Not going to lie. When I first lay eyes on the NITECORE EDC27, I gasped. I was like no way that NITECORE has gotten to making RAMs. Don’t laugh. Tell me this handsome little gadget does not remind you of high-performance RAMs. Obviously, it is not. The NITECORE EDC27 is an ultra-slim EDC flashlight.
Do you find yourself having to stab zombies in the eye with a pen on regular basis? Or perhaps, sometimes dropping your keys in the dark and can’t find it? If so, these products from NITECORE may interest you.
NITECORE is definitely at the forefront of flashlight innovation. The company was among the first to implement wireless charging for its flashlight. The NITECORE R40 V2 is the latest wireless charging flashlight designed with law enforcement, search & rescue, et cetera in mind.
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. …
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 …
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.