[Review + Discussion] Nitecore TM9K

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I would love to see what you can do with this light. The built-in battery seems real difficult to get to because the head and battery tube seems to be continuous without any joints. I guess that helps with the heat transfer.

Mine is mixed tint 5× 2700K XPL2 and 4x stock XPL2 6500K. The resulting tint is about 4300k and turbo is 8,621 lumens calibrated with Maukka lights. The tint shift is obvious though but using it outdoors, it’s not really noticeable. I have a ton of fun playing with turbo on this little light.

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The cell they used is a Samsung 48G. And typical of Nitecore, getting in is not easy!