Nitecore P10GT, 900 lumen Flashlight / Torch
Discontinued - Only a few remaining at this price.
The Nitecore P10GT flashlight has a maximum output of 900 lumens from the Cree XP-L HI V3 LED and can be powered using either 2 x single use CR123 cells or 1 x 18650 Li-ion battery. (batteries not included)
Maximum Beam Intensity: 20500 cd
Designed for tactical applications, the P10GT offers three modes which allows the user to select the appropriate mode for their needs. The Tactical mode (1) offers Strobe and High mode, designed for self defence or combat in low light conditions. The Law Enforcement mode (2) provides Strobe, High and Low output, ideal for police officers and patrol guards. The final setting is General mode (3) which provides access to all three output levels plus Strobe mode.
In addition to the mode selection, the P10GT has other tactical design features, such as one-handed operation and instant access to Strobe mode. The torch also has an anti-roll design, anti-slip knurling and is made from HAIII military grade, hard anodised material.
Due to the LED design, the P10GT emits a superb throw distance and double light intensity compared to its predecessor.
Using 1 x 18650 3400mAh Battery
High (Mode 1, 2, 3): 820 lumens - 1 hr runtime
Mid (Mode 3): 250 lumens - 8 hrs 30 mins runtime
Low (Mode 2): 140 lumens - 11 hrs 45 mins runtime
Low (Mode 3): 40 lumens - 17 hrs runtime
Using 2 x CR123 Single Use Batteries
High (Mode 1, 2, 3): 900 lumens - 45 mins runtime
Mid (Mode 3): 300 lumens - 2 hrs 15 mins runtime
Low (Mode 2): 190 lumens - 3 hrs 15 mins runtime
Low (Mode 3): 60 lumens - 9 hrs 45 mins runtime
Plus Strobe mode.
Maximum beam distance 286 meters, waterproof to IPX-8 and resistant to impacts up to 1.5 meters.
Includes: holster, CR123 battery magazine (batteries not included), pocket clip, tactical ring, wrist lanyard, spare o-ring,
Length: 135 mm / 5.31"
Head Diameter: 25.4 mm / 1"
Weight: 82 g / 2.89 oz.
Strobe Warning Exposure to strobe lights may cause dizziness, disorientation, and nausea. A very small percentage of people suffer from photosensitive epilepsy approximately .00025% of the population and may experience seizures or blackouts triggered by strobe lights. Visit www.epilepsyfoundation.org for more information about this rare form of epilepsy. Anyone who has had symptoms linked to this condition should consult a doctor before using this product.