Nitecore SRT5 Detective 750-Lumen Flashlight
Nitecore SRT5 Detective 750-Lumen Flashlight
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The Nitecore SRT5 Detective covers all the bases. You could use it to light the way on a night hike, to brighten your campsite, to shine a low red light while hunting, or to cast a blue light when illuminating stains or a pool of water Read More

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zzbkk90
0
Feb 11, 2019
Is there any guarantee? My flashlight was damaged and not used much. Works only in strobe mode, on all switch positions: /: /: / What to do with it?
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bigdaddykim
11
Jan 18, 2019
Anyone compare this with Thrunite Neutron C2? Same price
K.T.N
1251
Nov 14, 2018
Two questions. Is the low mode really low, like a super low moonlight mode? I have a toddler, and it would be great to have a light that's dim enough to walk around in the room with while he's sleeping without disturbing him. Most other flashlights I have of this form factor don't dial down that low. Also, is the blue light the sort of light I'd need to Illuminate stains on sheets at a hotel room? I've heard horror stories about that kind of thing and am considering this as a travel flashlight if this is, indeed, what the blue light does. Thanks
chaosmagnet
100
Jan 16, 2019
Moonlight mode is 0.1 Lumen, which is quite low. The blue light wouldn’t work well for that purpose; UV lights would work for that.
Leftybfhrgg
43
Oct 6, 2018
Very fast shipping on this. Received 9 days before it’s scheduled ship date!!😮
chaosmagnet
100
Sep 27, 2018
I own one. I like it a lot. It's not up to date in terms of output compared to 2018 releases, but it's solid and easy to use.
frostyjhammer
5
Sep 27, 2018
Does this flashlight have a momentary-contact light feature? That is, an operating mode where you can press a button to turn the lamp on, and have the lamp go off when you release the button?
frostyjhammer
5
Sep 27, 2018
Thank you for that. If Morse code is impossible, then slashing is impossible.
ddickenson
9
Oct 2, 2018
I don’t know about that. Ive never had an issue accidentally clicking the light on when I meant for a momentary. The button takes a sufficient amount of force on both my SRT-3 and SRT-5 that I know I’m using momentary. To be clear I use momentary on this all the time and 99% of the time it’s just fine. I just wanted to point out the delay because it’s something I hadn’t seen in other lights. I imagine it has something to do with the circuitry involved in the ring but that’s just my guess
martygeeoz
84
Jul 20, 2018
Got mine today... awesome torch. Bright af, 750 lumens is more than enough. The red light will be useful for boating at night and preserving night vision, and it's nice that the modes can be selected with one hand. I will be replacing my Nitecore P12 at work with this torch, might have to get a second if this drop shows up again.
kossmonaut
0
Jun 27, 2018
after joining the drop i realized it never asked which battery option i would like. Is a battery included, the 18650 is what i would prefer.
martygeeoz
84
Jun 27, 2018
It won’t come with any batteries, you will have to source them seperately.
keybers
182
Jun 27, 2018
Come on people, can't you read? it's all there in the description. It takes a 18650 or two CR123, and no, the battery is not included (the Overview page has a special section, at the bottom, which says, **Included**, and the battery is _not_ listed there).
Edolin
0
Jun 27, 2018
Does it support regular battery's?
keybers
182
Jun 27, 2018
If by "regular batteries" you mean AA, then the answer is NO. It takes 18650 batteries, which are larger than either AA or AAA.
Edolin
0
Jun 28, 2018
OK. Thanks
Benzo
366
Jun 26, 2018
Has anyone compared these to an OLight? Maybe the M1X, M2T or similar? Thanks.
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