Nitecore C2 6,500-Lumen Rechargeable Flashlightsearch

Nitecore C2 6,500-Lumen Rechargeable Flashlight

Nitecore C2 6,500-Lumen Rechargeable Flashlight

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Just got my C2 today works great but wondering if I should be concerned about the fairly loud hissing while useing Turbo mode?
I have carried the Concept 2 as my work light for three months now. It has never turned on once accidentally on my belt or in my pocket. The video exaggerates the sensitivity of the switch button. The feel of the switch is the same as a tail cap power switch on a regular flashlight. And it requires keeping the pressure on the switch for seconds to reactivate the light. In theory it might be possible but in real life I doubt it would happen.
I have a TM28 too. Just tried the charging adapter on the Concept 2. it is the exact same one.
Nitecore will be coming out with a 10,000 lumen light with USB C. $300 though.
I would STRONGLY recommend watching the full Nick Shabazz review of this light on Youtube. Definitely has some hugely fatal flaws.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Twov7lOTbtI
meh - another proprietary charging cable to keep track of - that's always a deal-killer for me.
bpchristensen
Yep, this is a deal breaker. High current USB-C or micro USB is the way to go, that way you can use any cable you want.
I have the Tiny Monster TM28 and lost track of which charger it came with. It's somewhere in my crap drawer with all the other generic chargers, but I have a few to choose from that fit the jack. Unfortunately, the voltages are all over the place and I don't want to damage the TM28 by giving it a higher voltage that it's meant to see, and I can't find the voltage anywhere online. At least the TM28 has user replaceable 18650 batteries and it's easy to swap out. Lose the charger for this flashlight and you're SOL.
Interestingly, the video review that the other commenter posted here shows the details of the charger and it's 12V. Fingers crossed that it's the same charger for the TM28.
Legit fire hazard with bad lockout mode. See 14:30



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Twov7lOTbtI
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Thanks for sharing! That helped me make my decision