Nitecore TM36 Tiny Monster Flashlight

Mar 29, 2016

Category: Gear

Never stumble your way through the night again with the Tiny Monster TM36 flashlight. It’s the world’s smallest LED rechargeable searchlight featuring a maximum throw of 1100 meters. Such an outstanding distance is accomplished through the Luminous SBT-70 LED with an integrated multi-function OLED display. The Tiny Monster also has eight adjustable brightness levels and modes to provide you with adaptability when you need it.

Each Tiny Monster comes with a two-year warranty and puts out up to 1800 Lumens of cool white light. A thermal protection circuit prevents overheating, and an intelligent charging circuit with voltage detection charges the flashlight in a quick and safe manner. The flashlight is also waterproof up to two meters. Each product is made from aluminum, comes in black and is HAIII military grade hard-anodized. This searchlight certainly is the real deal. It is available now for $350. [Purchase]

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