Nextorch Dr. K3S Medical Flashlight (2-Pack)
Nextorch Dr. K3S Medical Flashlight (2-Pack)
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Specifically designed for the medical market, the Nextorch Dr. K3S delivers clear, accurate output to help diagnose and effectively tackle medical problems. With a color-rendering index greater than 90 and a color temperature of about 5000K, it helps to display lesions, rashes, infections, and more in the most accurate light possible Read More

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TheWolf
117
May 12, 2020
if i shine this up my ass will it cure my COVID?
TheWolf
117
May 14, 2020
are you implying that I'm an ass face?
bambam67
327
May 18, 2020
um ok but only if its applicable
zanthine
76
May 11, 2020
Can someone who’s used this light medically tell me if it’s too bright for checking pupils? I’ve tried other LED lights that are to bright for that. Usually fine for assessment otherwise. Be nice to not have to worry about those disposable one always dying at the worst time!
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JDWarner
331
Oct 24, 2020
The best medical light in the world is the HDS Systems custom rotary with a high-CRI LED. Very few people know about these, and they'll run about $300, but they have nearly continuous gradation from a fraction of a lumen to 200-300 lumens and are overbuilt to a nearly ridiculous degree.
zanthine
76
Oct 25, 2020
That does look perfect! However I keep thinking I could buy a LOT of disposable lights for $300. Lol
OldManTick
2
May 11, 2020
I don't need one but bear in mind that since it's for medical use it can NOT be bright since you are supposed to shine it in people's pupils to check for correct response. If you use a blindingly bright light it's not helpful. The first light i was going to use was rejected by my director as too bright.
Honeybadgers
309
Aug 29, 2020
Honestly, that's kind of not true. If you know how to use a light, any flashlight made can be use for pupil response. You can dead-angle a bright light and only barely graze the corner of the pupil without any real discomfort - I find it works better anyways than a flat "shine straight in the eye" because oftentimes the straight shot with a penlight technique doesn't cause a rapid enough change in pupil size for many people to be diagnostically relevant - particularly if you're not in ideal light to start with.
RayF
23751
May 11, 2020
I can tell from the description this light might illuminate things we DON'T WANT TO SEE!
Leoanger
264
Mar 16, 2020
This is seriously one of the most useful lights out there for around-the-house edc, but I would (did) look for the "yellow" version. The white light is fine, but the yellower one is so beautifully warm and non-glaring in the middle of the night. Only a couple of lumens (which means off-the-charts runtime), but don't think it's not bright. Not recommended for situations where you have to light up a room or work under a car during daylight, but for walking down the hallway, taking a peek outside at night or spotting whatever you're looking for accross the room, the aspheric lens projects those 2 lumens into a perfectly diffused spotlight that will never blind you. I ended up buying several. I plan to give a couple to my nephews as 'ninja lights'. Should be perfect for any stealth missions they may have in mind, and the simple operation and long runtime are kid-friendly.
Leoanger
264
Aug 31, 2020
I have both pineapples, though my aa died after a few weeks of use and I never sent it in to get fixed/replaced. The moonlight on that one was indeed awesome, as were the other modes. The mini is nice, but the color just isn't the same. I think I slightly prefer the light from my Thrunite TI3 V2 (which when I bought cost no more than these Nextorch penlights). The pineapple mini is prettier, and is very easy to operate one-handed unlike the Thrunite. I take the Thrunite camping because I'm not afraid to scuff it up. I misplaced it one night but it was on moonlight mode, spotted it glowing in the grass the next night. Mainly I prefer the aspheric penlight for around the house because of how far it throws those couple lumens without being too dim or too bright. With a regular light I'd be switching between moonlight and low while trying to avoid high or that damned strobe mode.
Leoanger
264
Oct 8, 2020
I bought a 6-pack of those Primacare penlights, and have been edc-ing one around the house after sundown. The beam and brightness from a new one is very similar to that of the Nextorch, though even more beautifully yellow. I appreciate that the bulb is incandescent, as my eyes seem to get strained from LED lighting in general. The batteries (two aaa-type - I broke one apart but haven't figured out a good way to make a reusable flashlight with the parts) didn't last as long as I'd hoped, but runtime is respectable. It's much dimmer now, but should still be okay for getting me down the hall at night for a few more weeks. I switched back to my Nextorch for evening use and nighttime bathroom lighting, mainly I think because I got tired of the flimsy switch on the Primacare not consistently making contact, and no constant-on function without resorting to sliding a plastic sleeve over the switch.
William_Shiu
163
Jul 20, 2019
I bought one from elsewhere with my name engraved. Pretty satisfied. Quality built, light weight and the pocket clip holds decently. Tail switch works well without any issue so far. Best thing is, it doesn't distort color of lesions. For instance, pretty useful when checking mucous membrane or cutaneous wounds.
silpeamak
19
Jul 19, 2019
12.99 USD on Amazon on July 19, 2019 if anyone cares
fiver5
36
Jul 22, 2019
Right now azn has 2 dollar coupon bringing to 10.99
bambam67
327
May 14, 2020
12-13 for one on ebay as well.
DaveTheDude
10
Apr 11, 2019
I believe these lights use a Nichia 219c, at 5000K.
GotLumens
28
Apr 6, 2019
Does this have any ANSI test results?
GotLumens
28
Apr 7, 2019
Thank You for listing local standards it has passed. I was interested in the results(Lumens, Lux, Throw, and Materials{LED/Lens}).
obmsales03
22
Apr 9, 2019
1.6~3lumens, impact resistance 1meter,  acrylic aspheric lens
GotLumens
28
Apr 6, 2019
Is that a glass or plastic aspheric lens? What type of LED does this use?
obmsales03
22
Apr 9, 2019
It uses acrylic aspheric lens