Nitecore is well-known for its relentless approach toward the betterment of portable lighting, especially in the case of handheld flashlights. But the fact that the company also dabbles in the realm of portable power might come as a surprise. Now, the company has revealed its most compact offering to-date — a pocketable platform housed in lightweight carbon fiber.
With a staunch focus on application for trail running enthusiasts, the newly-announced Nitecore NB10000 Carbon Fiber Energy Brick was conceptualized to fit comfortably within the storage area of modernized running garments, allowing athletes to charge their smart devices while on-the-go. It features an ultra-lightweight carbon housing that’s been tested to endure harsh impacts and resist against tears and punctures, helping to stabilize the cell, while still clocking in at around 40% less weight than its counterparts. The NB10000 is also IPX5-rated, meaning that you’ll have peace of mind while using the device during the onset of sudden inclement weather. At its core, a 10,000mAh battery allows for the upkeep of accessories like iPhones, GPS devices, headlamps, and other essential items that individuals might use over the course of a hundred-mile race. Head to Nitecore’s website to learn more about the $50 energy brick.
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