I have some units of this, some of them v1 with high drain and now received Winter Edition that is V2.
My first values for Lumens estimated by me (Trevilux-box) and specs of Nitecore.
XP-G2 is really impresive for this Type of light, especially the Turbo mode:
Next, lumens of TIP XP-G2, TIP nichia and MecArmy SGN3:
Thanks for the comparison! I have the Nitecore TIP CRI and the Astrolux A01 and find the TIP CRI to be more pleasant. My A01 seems to have pretty yellow tint. My TIP CRI has not much tint.
In comparison with my neutral white lights, my TIP CRI appears pretty cool. But in comparison with my cool white lights, my TIP CRI has a bit of warmth in it. So conclude mine must be pretty “white” part of neutral white!
It’s not really a full review, but it’s a model that’s been talked about a lot (and I wanted to show some basic info about it), and it really is a perfectly crafted EDC. With the lock working well on the new units, it is an essential flashlight. The Nitecore double switch interfaces are, to my liking, the most complete on the market.
Anyone have news about the NITECORE TIP 2017 version?, I have not seen yet in classic stores… I thing that with the new clip and the lockout running ok , will be a winner in this format.
Is the best and most complete interface, perfect for avoid accidentaly turn on in pocket.
I try to use my SGN3 (MecArmy) with the nice clip bought separetely, but the clip of SGN3 is unnestable, the clip in new version of TIP 2017 seems more reliable, and seems that will protect the micorUSB port. I hope a good price….and go for one at least…