Nitecore C2 6,500-Lumen Rechargeable Flashlight
Nitecore C2 6,500-Lumen Rechargeable Flashlight
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Looking at the Nitecore C2’s unusual rectangular form factor, its shocking output power makes even more sense. Capable of producing 6,500 lumens, the torch is backed by four CREE XHP35 LEDs Read More

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madvr6
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Nov 12, 2019
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Can this been seen from outer space? I have an astronaut friend I would like to communicate with via this and Morse code. The long distance charges are in real.
Nov 12, 2019
NiteNinja
59
Nov 11, 2019
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A lithium ion battery will handle 400 daily charge (duty) cycles, which is about a year and a half, until it reaches 3/4 of it's original battery capacity. 1k lumens is bright, especially concentrated into a beam. 6 hours of battery, at what, maybe 2-5 minutes a day (more for those using it for work, biking, etc), you can see more than 400 days worth of duty cycles unless you throw it on the charger every day. Personally, I'd probably get 3-4 years before it reaches it's 3/4 threshold. At that point, either something much better will be in the market, or I'll crack it open myself and replace the battery. It looks like it uses simple hex screws. However... Would I be able to make sure I don't lose this $150 flashlight in the span of 3-4 years? Probably not...
Nov 11, 2019
directorvector
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Sep 16, 2019
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A retail $240 flashlight with a **rechargeable** battery only. Seriously, why? It will be useless in no time.
Sep 16, 2019
glennac
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Sep 18, 2019
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I get the “built-in battery” issue. But why “useless in no time”? Li-ion cells can have hundreds of recharge cycles. It will be years before a user even gets close to the end-of-life for the battery. In the meantime, you’ve got a 6,000 lumen light for $150. And before anyone poopoos that, who uses Turbo beyond momentary anyways or to impress their friends? Even better though is the 1000 lumens for 6 ½ hours. THAT’s worth the discounted price here. And this light is smaller and more compact than you might think. And ignore the retail price of $240. No one pays full price for a high-powered flashlight unless you have to possess the latest and greatest. There are way too many sales and discounts out there to be worried about the MSRP. This is a great deal. Where else are you going to find this very light for less than $150? Sure, you can get more powerful lights for less, but not everyone is familiar or comfortable with buying from China direct.
Sep 18, 2019
Marshkid1
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Sep 14, 2019
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If only it had a bike mount I’d buy it
Sep 14, 2019
DSH007
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Sep 13, 2019
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This does not look especially comfortable to carry or hold..
Sep 13, 2019
Davidsh331
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Jun 26, 2019
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Another hard NO to another Drop product... A flashlight without a user serviceable battery? I don't think so. I pay $150 for the flashlight, then when the battery fails and stops holding a charge, which they all do (yes, even lithium ion), I am supposed to just throw out a $150 flashlight, rather than have the ability to replace the battery? That's ludicrous. No thank you...
Jun 26, 2019
NiteNinja
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Nov 11, 2019
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In my experience, nothing is non-user serviceable, outside the screen of a Surface tablet computer. However, not everyone is willing to get down and dirty with their $150 flashlight after 400 recharge cycles so I do see your point. Same reason that even in 2019, I refuse to let go of my LG V20 because I can, and have, replaced it's battery. A removable battery pack would've been a better choice for this particular flashlight, even if it's using a JST connector.
Nov 11, 2019
Major_Infidel
257
Jun 25, 2019
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Nitecore is giving us a tremendous amount of output in a relatively small package with this one. If they can create a version 2.0 with replaceable batteries, USB charging and a recessed activation button, they will have a killer light on their hands.
Jun 25, 2019
Kamakazi
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Sep 18, 2018
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Just got my C2 today works great but wondering if I should be concerned about the fairly loud hissing while useing Turbo mode?
Sep 18, 2018
Narq
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Sep 13, 2019
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That was more of a screeching whistle...
Sep 13, 2019
Cyngus
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Sep 13, 2019
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Mine does not hiss... I would consider that to be an issue. It’s a flashlight not a snake.
Sep 13, 2019
J.Larkins
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Aug 20, 2018
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I have carried the Concept 2 as my work light for three months now. It has never turned on once accidentally on my belt or in my pocket. The video exaggerates the sensitivity of the switch button. The feel of the switch is the same as a tail cap power switch on a regular flashlight. And it requires keeping the pressure on the switch for seconds to reactivate the light. In theory it might be possible but in real life I doubt it would happen.
I have a TM28 too. Just tried the charging adapter on the Concept 2. it is the exact same one.
Aug 20, 2018
JijaYanin
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Aug 19, 2018
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Nitecore will be coming out with a 10,000 lumen light with USB C. $300 though.
Aug 19, 2018
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