Nitecore TM with 9500 lumens

Small but super bright flashlight with a lumen output of 9500 on the highest setting. The Nitecore Tiny Monster fits nicely on the palm of your hand or the pocket of the jacket with its 5-inch length. Equipped with 9 x Cree XP-L HD V6 LED bulbs that run on a built-in 5000 mAh high capacity battery for maximum brightness. Recharging is done by the included USB-C cable at the bottom of the torch, a blue light on the cap displays the remaining battery power. Small and handy tactical flashlight with jagged edges for self defence and breaking glass, and a strobe function for blinding, activated with one click. Disclaimer: LumenFreaks is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon

NiteCore TM9K 9000 lumens flashlight

Video of the Nitecore TM9K flashlight in action

Here you can see a video review of the flashlight and how it lights up in the dark. The floodlight on this tiny flashlight is huge, lightning up the whole area in front and to the sides. If you are involved in search and rescue or enjoy hiking in the dark, this tactical 9500 lumens flashlight is worth taking a closer look at

 

TM9K summary with the current price and store page link

Small and bright floodlight is the main focus of the Nitecore Tiny Monster flashlight with a 9500 lumens output, which is quite a lot for a torch this size. There are 4 brightness levels to toggle between, as well as the strobe function. Easy to carry around, either in the pocket or clipped to the belt with the included belt clip or holster. The battery on this torch is not removable thou, so you can’t bring spare batteries for longer hikes. It does however give a runtime of 3 hours on 1900 lumens output, which is more than bright enough for most hikes. For other alternatives with removable batteries, take a look at our top 10 flashlights section

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