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The white CREE XM-L2 U2 LED housed in the NITECORE MT10A Flashlight outputs up to 920 lumens on turbo mode. A secondary red LED emitter provides light that doesn't alter night-adjusted vision, and can function as a location beacon when placed in strobe mode. On and off switching is accomplished via the tail switch while output levels and access to strobe and SOS modes are controlled by the dual body switches. The tail switch also allows for constant on or momentary illumination.
The flashlight's aluminum body has a Mil Spec Type III hard-anodized finish with a 1" diameter bezel. Deep pocket carry is accomplished by use of a removable clip, and a protrusion on the rear protects the switch and functions as a tail stand. An orange peel reflector provides a smooth beam, and the body has a non-slip design. Waterproof to 6.6' and impact resistant to 4.9', the M10A is ideal for harsh conditions. This light is powered by one AA or one 14500 battery.
Turbo: 920 lumens
High: 500 lumens
Mid: 180 lumens
Low: 70 lumens
Min: 1 lumen
Turbo: 170 lumens
High: 95 lumens
Mid: 48 lumens
Low: 17 lumens
Min: 1 lumen
White Cree XM-L2 U2 LED
Red location beacon
SOS signal mode
Orange peel reflector
Location: body and tailcap
Type: push button
Momentary and constant on activation
Tail switch controls on and off functions
Dual body switch controls modes and intensity
Body switch controls output, mode, and secondary LED
Press and hold both buttons to lock and unlock the flashlight
Switch blinks to indicate power level
Switch blinks once every two seconds to help locate light in the dark