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Nitecore posted this on their facebook:

 

1000 lumen max output with 197 yards throw

OLED Display reports key information 

Dual Switches to control power and modes 

Direct access to Turbo and Ultralow 

USB rechargeable with a built-in 1200mAh Li-ion Battery 

Maximum runtime up to 70 hours

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I bet pricing is going to be steep on this one.
Interesting though, looks like a sleek urban EDC, as long as you live in a place where council does not have to save up on electricity Smile

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I have one of these in my pocket right now, I like it a lot! I can say it does not use 2×10440, but an internal cell like all their recent “T” series lights.

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I’ve nearly stalked bmengineer on r/flashlight since he posted a tease pic of it…
Damn I bet the price will be WAY off my budget but I’m sure this is what the Lumintop Geek should have been.
Knowing Nitecore, it will be available only in CW so hopefully an emitter swap is possible.

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whaaat? 

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i launched my new blog - all deals for members without MAP B$ Wink

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if you want to buy a flashlight or battery for a better price: just send a mail - i will try to save you money!

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They lose their mind Facepalm
I was prepared for a 80+ bucks but this is ridiculous Ughh

EDIT : okay, they clearly show that this is not the normal price.
70$ if you buy 10… meant for groupbuys.
I guess 50$ is doable.

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*cough*cough*

find all available items in this list

i launched my new blog - all deals for members without MAP B$ Wink

find a short description about my idea here

 

if you want to buy a flashlight or battery for a better price: just send a mail - i will try to save you money!

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That site also lists the P12GTS at $150 while nitecorestore.com has it at $80, so it may not be the best source for pricing – and I’m not even sure the currency is USD.

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Hmm… I dont see anything that special to justify the price Ughh

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Anyway this looks really thick… 26mm !
It’s a little brick, I was hoping for a more flat design… but they always have one : TIP

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Must admit it is interesting.
Wonder what kind of LED is inside, and what kinf of battery (could it be LiPo or something?)

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OK … I’m rich … I want one.

Im saving for one of these as well … Wink

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X3 wrote:
Anyway this looks really thick… 26mm !
It’s a little brick, I was hoping for a more flat design… but they always have one : TIP

Yeah, just realized myself LOL Photo is so misleading Facepalm

Sorry, will pass this one

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X3 wrote:
Anyway this looks really thick… 26mm !
It’s a little brick, I was hoping for a more flat design… but they always have one : TIP

It’s very light for something capable of 1000 lm output (only 53 gram), but yeah, it’s going to be somewhat awkward to nicely stick it in your jeans’ pocket due to the dimensions. I don’t see any mention of a clip either.
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Pete7874 wrote:
X3 wrote:
Anyway this looks really thick… 26mm ! It’s a little brick, I was hoping for a more flat design… but they always have one : TIP
It’s very light for something capable of 1000 lm output (only 53 gram), but yeah, it’s going to be somewhat awkward to nicely stick it in your jeans’ pocket due to the dimensions. I don’t see any mention of a clip either.

There is indeed a clip screwed onto the light, and I don’t have any issues with it in my pocket. It’s about the same dimensions as most modern car key fobs.

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It has a split ring, like it’s meant to be used as a keychain…
Well, my keys aren’t that big Silly

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It looks a bit like this on a keychain:

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bmengineer wrote:
It’s about the same dimensions as most modern car key fobs.

Which modern car key fob is that thick?

My key fob is 16 mm thick.

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bmengineer wrote:

It looks a bit like this on a keychain:



Neat! Pics from other angles would be nice, too. Smile
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Oled display… will burn out quickly.
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Too big for me

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cough*cough

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sp5it wrote:
Oled display… will burn out quickly.
Mike

I thought OLED technology is past the lifespan of 1000 hours. Isn’t in more in the range of Cree LED lifespan of 50-100k hours?
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The display is never on for more than a few seconds at a time, I don’t foresee this being an issue.

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Great name.

https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/tup

Why does a keyring torch need a display ?

PS: I have a TIP in my pocket, pretty good, and a Tube on a zipper, but this seems like a step too far.

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It is most definitely NOT $115.

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bmengineer wrote:
The display is never on for more than a few seconds at a time, I don’t foresee this being an issue.
Can you post some pictures from other angles so we can see how thick it looks? I’d also like to see a picture showing the business end with the reflector and emitter.

Thanks!

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I would pay max $50 for this

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