Nitecore MH12 1000 Lumen Rechargeable compact light
the Nitecore MH12 is the genius combination of the Nitecore P12 from the Precise series and the Multitask-Hybrid series USB charging capabilities. Creating the perfect everyday carry, tactical, weapons mountable flashlight.
The MH12 is rechargeable in any of your USB ports, on your computer, in your car and with any of your phone/tablet USB power adaptors.
1000 lumens of max light output and 3 lower levels to fit your needs 1, 70 and 240 lumens (with mode memory)
The MH12 comes complete with one rechargeable 3200 mAh lithium ion battery, USB charging cable, high performance nylon holster, removable pocket clip, tactical ring (anti-roll ring), wrist lanyard, spare rubber tail switch cover, spare O-rings, spare USB port cover.
- Utilizes a CREE XM-L2 U2 LED
- Max output of 1000 lumens
- Peak beam intensity of 13500 cd and a throw distance of up to 232 meters (761 ft.)
- Constant current circuit board provides max runtime of 520 hrs.
- Side mode switch controls access to four brightness levels as well as strobe, sos and beacon
- Integrated power indicator light (behind mode button) displays remaining power
- Power indicator's secondary function displays battery voltage, accurate to 0.1 V
- Charging module with a micro USB port charges lithium ion battery rapidly
- Features intelligent light level memory (except for SOS and location beacon.
- High efficency regulation circuit provides constant light output throughout battery life.
- Stainless steel pocket clip included.
- Toughened ultra-clear mineral glass with anti-reflective coating
- Reverse polarity protection prevents damage from incorrectly installed battery
- Constructed from aircraft grade aluminum alloy with HAlll military grade hard anodization.
- Waterproof in accordance to ANSI IPX-8 (Two meters submersible)
- Impact resistant to 1.5 meters
- Tail stand capable.
Length 5.47" (139mm)
Head Diameter 1" (25.4mm)
Tail Diameter 1" (25.4mm)
Weight 3.10oz (88grams) without battery
4.9oz with battery
Nitecore 18650 battery (NL188 3200mAh), USB charging cable, high quality nylon holster, stainless steel pocket clip, Tactical grip ring, Lanyard, spare rubber switch cover, spare o-ring, spare USB port cover
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I've bought both the P12 and this MH12. They are both fantastic little flashlights. The quality of the build is as good as anything I've seen, and I've never had a problem in several years of use in the home, on job sites and camping. The light weight in combination with the brightness and throw at the 1000Lu setting is very impressive. The 1 Lu is perfect for reading in bed. The USB recharging feature means I can recharge anywhere, including off my camping Solar panel. The only small issue is that the USB cover is easily confused with the mode switch by feel. But it's a minor quibble. I'd recommend this to anyone.
Bought this torch after having seen it at a sportsman show and got to feel the quality of if in my hand first. This light will not let you down. Everything about it is designed well, and for its size, it is extremely powerful. I highly recommend this light to anyone who is looking for a product that will most likely last a lifetime.
Amazing light. And very amazing and professional company!! Recommended to of my buddy's to buy from you and they ordered right away. I will definitely be back for more products ! Thanks!
My buddies call me a flashlight junkie, and I kind of have to agree. This is one sweet light, 1000 Lumens. Used on high in the snow, it is almost to bright, good thing there are multiple brightness settings. I like the function switch allowing you to easily switch between settings. I think my favorite function is the built in charger, followed closely by the battery gage.
I finally found a flashlight that I consider bright enough. I love the features on the light along with the USB charging. It is small enough to carry with you on most any job. Great addition to the tool box.
So far I am quite pleased. The only thing that I do not like about it is that the mode switch feels exactly like the USB port cover. They are opposite each other on the barrel so it makes it hard to find the mode switch by feel. 50 /50 is just not a great probability. Otherwise, the 1000 lumen setting is quite impressive. The lower lumen settings (1, 70, and 230) will be quite useful. I think the strobe may be too fast to be very disorientating. Maybe that is a good thing for the user? The SOS impulses seems a tad slow to attract attention. The beacon setting is pretty neat. It is probably the best of the settings for getting oneself found. It came with some extras. A USB cable of course is included. It come with an anti-roll ring. To use this you unscrew the butt end, slip the ring on, and screw the but end back on. Pretty nifty. I came up with another use for it. Instead of installing it as intended simply slip it onto the butt end and the light will stand on a table, sort of like a lantern or torch lamp. It also comes with an extra button cover, an extra USB port cover, two extra O-rings, a lanyard, and a pocket clip. Last but not least it comes with a nylon holster that can be attached to one's system in a few ways. The battery came with enough charge to give it an initial trial. I have it on the charger now. It should be fully charged in about 4 hours. Monday will be its real challenge when I begin using it for inspections. I'll check back in to update y'all on its field use performance. Update: I have been using this flashlight for a week now. Even after a week the low battery indicator has yet to start flashing. That's right the mode switch has light built into it to indicate when the battery is at 50% and another pattern when it is nearly exhausted. To charge the flashlight you must turn it on, then connect the USB cable. It then changes mode, the lamp goes out and the switch glows solidly blue until fully charged when the light goes out. At 50% discharge it will blink every two seconds while the flashlight is on. When nearly exhausted, the mode light blinks steadily. Anyway, I have not gotten it to the 50% level yet. I use it on 1000 lumen setting several times each day. I use the 230 lumen setting the most, and often times the 70 lumen setting is preferred. I will be recommending to all the folks at http://www.zombieprepwiki.com
This flashlight is very nice. I am happy with all of its features!
Great lightweight light and easy to use as well and very very bright and handy