NiteCore Tiny Monster TM03 Tactical Flashlight

Jun 29, 2016

Category: Tech

Bright things come in small packages. At least this is true for Nitecore, the manufacturer behind the line of blindingly bright flashlights known as the Tiny Monster series. Famous for their immense power housed in a relatively small design, each NiteCore product is highly sought after in the tactical world.

Now, we can add yet another flashlight to the family: the TM03, which manages to put out up to 2800 lumens with the help of just a single battery. The TM03 uses a CREE XHP70 LED light and one 18650 battery to attain this statistic and, with such power, any intruder will instantly be blinded and stopped in their tracks. Within the flashlight are two modes, Suppressing Light (which accomplished the latter), and Strobe Ready which further disorients an aggressor making it ideal for self-defense. There are also four different brightness modes available and the flashlight can detect fluctuations in body temperature as well, adjusting its output accordingly. [Purchase]

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