Nitecore EC4 LED Flashlight

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

Nitecore continues to show why its among the industry’s best when it comes to flashlights. The brand has rolled out the first die-cast flashlight on the market, dubbed the EC4.

Utilizing a unibody aluminum construction, the light is extremely strong and durable, while also remaining incredibly lightweight at the same time. The light weighs just 6.03 ounces, and disperses heat better than any other outdoor searchlight in its price range. The 1,000-lumen light is powered by two 18650 batteries, and is capable of shining that bright for up to an hour and thirty minutes, with a 260-hour battery on its lowest setting. It’s equipped 5 brightness levels, along with 3 concealed special modes including Strobe, SOS and Location beacon, making it the perfect EDC companion. [Purchase]

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