Nitecore TM10K Tiny Monster 10,000-Lumen Flashlight
Nitecore TM10K Tiny Monster 10,000-Lumen Flashlight
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Powered by six CREE XHP35 LEDs, the Nitecore Tiny Monster TMK10 pushes the boundaries of LED technology. The 10,000-lumen burst mode is one of the most powerful beams you can find, especially given the 4.3-inch body of the light Read More

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RayF
22410
Jan 18, 2020
As the mayor of a large urban city, I can tell you we've been using ours (with a special attachment) for years now. Really handy when you need some help!
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Dalamar
114
May 17, 2019
No fan and no huge heat sink? not really useful lul
Dalamar
114
Sep 25, 2019
There are $30-60 lights that can do 1000 lumens until dead, without getting warm. That is more than plenty, for less than half the cost. You've basically proved my point it's an overpriced gimmick. I don't even like to use my flood lights capable of 6500 lumens for shooting stuff out of trees 'cause by the time I take the shot it's already unpleasant to hold. This silly gimmick costs as much as better lights that actually have a fan built in.,..
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glennac
1344
Nov 14, 2019
Unclear why a "fan" keeps coming up in the conversation when lights with fans are typically in the 50,000 + lumen range (Acebeam, Imalent, etc). I have several 9,000 - 25,000 lumen lights. None of them have fans either (Astrolux, Emisar, Olight, FireFlies, Acebeam, Thrunite). I agree though, this one is way overpriced. Their 6500 lumen Concept light featured elsewhere for $150 is a better deal in comparison. But even then, you can get a 5,000-6,000 lumen BLF SP36 for 1/3 that AND have a light that runs Anduril.
Forcite
99
May 17, 2019
As soon as I saw this I said "10,000 LUMENS!!" in a Nick Shabazz voice. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ulBBX3nXI7Y
glennac
1344
Sep 24, 2019
Yeah, but it’s great for an “everyday jackass”. 🤣
I wonder how quickly the buttons and internal charging feature will fail on this model?
lobster
685
Mar 3, 2019
This can light paper on fire in a couple seconds. Be careful. I tried to post a video from my phone, showing me doing this but the file is not supported.
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Wormlike
0
Sep 25, 2019
Wormlike
0
Sep 25, 2019
I keep it in a leather belt sheath. There is a lockout feature but it is slow to deactivate
Buckfutter
20
Jan 14, 2019
It's over 9000!!
glennac
1344
Feb 27, 2019
For only 7 seconds! For all intents and purposes, this is really a 1,000 lumen flashlight based on its "default" setting according to the SPECS.
Buckfutter
20
Jan 18, 2020
Guess there's no DBZ fans here...
captain
238
Jan 11, 2019
I’m assuming this has a built-in, non-user replaceable, battery. Which means you can’t pull out the battery and charge it separately while you put a new one in and keep going. I love my TM06. I think I’ll stick with it for now. I just wish that it didn’t drain the batteries unequally.
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Surfsessions
14
Nov 26, 2018
On my 6k nitecore the heat it throws off is ridiculous and renders the torch unusable without gloves. I still love it tho. Great beam even at 1 or 2k but my LED array is 4 in a square shape, look bigger than these
Keithis
34
Jan 11, 2019
So in other words, it also serves as a handwarmer... useful on winter nights.
SHD2LD
6
Jan 22, 2019
And wear some sun shades when warming your hand.
phoenixsong
994
Nov 23, 2018
Seems quite floody… A 10,000 Lumens light with peak beam distance of 288m
YusakuGo
62
Nov 23, 2018
Considering the shape and design it would be difficult to get a good throw distance. Six LED with short reflectors. The imalent DX80 would throw better with a 32,000 max lumen setting for up to three minutes before it throttles but is nowhere near as portable as this one.
eternalfreedom
1
Nov 23, 2018
"Steps down after 7s", what happens after 7s? Goes to whatever high mode was set at? What is cooldown before repeated Turbo mode?
Keithis
34
Jan 11, 2019
It's a self-defense feature to dazzle an aggressor, then step down to a mode you can use while you either incapacitate the aggressor, or escape.
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Axeguy
1329
Sep 26, 2019
After seven seconds, the brown-out affecting the rest of the county ends and, happily, everyone else has power again.
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