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Nitecore 10.000 lumens torch

Super bright Nitecore Tiny Monster with 10.000 lumens packed into a compact little flashlight that fits nicely in the palm of your hand. If you like night hiking, this rechargeable flashlight will make a nice hiking buddy, easy to carry around or strap to the belt or backpack with the included clip or holster. The light is emitted from 6 x Cree XHP35 LED bulbs powered by a built-in 21700 4800 mAh battery, rechargeable with the included cable. There are 5 brightness settings to toggle between, from ultra-low with 3 lumens to Turbo with 10.000 lumens. There are also 3 SOS functions for getting attention in case of an emergency. The OLED display on the side shows the current lumen output level, remaining battery time, and more. 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 TM10K 10000 lumens

Video of the Nitecore Tiny Monster 10000 lumens torch

Here you can see a rundown of the Tiny Monster 10.000 lumens flashlight from Nitecore. This video explains how the various functions work, and how to set a custom high output mode and how to activate the Turbo mode for the 10.000 lumens output. Unfortunately, it only lasts for 7 seconds at a time, would be cool to have it last for a longer time, but with a small size like this, I guess it’s just not doable. The reason the lamp reduces the 10K lumen output after 7 seconds is to prevent it from overheating, as it gets quite hot


Nitecore TM10K summary with price and store page link

Small and compact light that shines a bright light, with multiple brightness settings and SOS modes. If you are planning on using the TM10K for longer night hikes, the built-in battery that can’t be taken out will be a drawback, as you cant bring spare batteries to replace the current one when it runs out of power. If you don’t need more than 2 hours of 1000 lumens, then this light will be a good choice as it takes up little space and can be strapped to your belt or backpack. For other rechargeable alternatives, see the best flashlights page

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