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The P12 LED Tactical Pocket Flashlight from Nitecore is a powerful and ultra-compact pocket-sized light that is built with military and law-enforcement use in mind. Its output comes from a white Cree XM-L2 (U2) LED with four outputs from 1 to 1000 lumens. Press the 2-stage pushbutton tailcap switch for momentary activation, click for constant-on. The output intensity, strobe, location beacon, and SOS signal, are controlled using an intelligent selector switch on the body. The switch remembers the last output intensity used and automatically goes to that output the next time it is turned on, even with momentary activation. An illuminated battery-status indicator is integrated into the selector switch.
Built for durability, the light features an aluminum housing with a Type III hard-anodized black finish that resists scratching and corrosion. It is o-ring sealed to be IPX8 rated and submersible to 6.6', and impact resistant to 5 feet. A textured diamond pattern is machined into the handle to provide a sure grip, and there is a removable tactical ring that fits on the handle for use with a 'cigar-style' two-handed pistol grip. The light can run on 1 x 18650 or 2 x CR123 li-ion rechargeable, or 2 x CR123 disposable batteries. There is reverse-polarity protection that prevents damage to the light's circuitry if the batteries are put in incorrectly.
Min: 1 lumen
Low: 70 lumen
Med: 240 lumen
High: 1000 lumen
Cree XM-L2 (U2) LED emitter
Smooth aluminum reflector produces smooth beam without holes or hotspots
Tight center cone of light with large dimmer peripheral ring
Strobe-mode causes temporary blindness and disorientation
SOS signal automatically cycles through Morse-code sequence
Flashing location beacon
Type: Dual pushbutton
Location: Tailcap and body
Press tailcap for momentary activation, click for constant-on