Nitecore LR12 1,000-Lumen Mini Lantern Flashlightsearch

Nitecore LR12 1,000-Lumen Mini Lantern Flashlight

Nitecore LR12 1,000-Lumen Mini Lantern Flashlight

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I just received LR12 - I was expecting it to include a battery. The description includes a picture of a battery - not as good of a deal as I thought it was.
Is it too much to ask for better descriptions? Why not put the various modes and run times, heck just copy paste it from Nitecore's site. I hate having to google simple stuff such as specs. And while I'm picking bones, where stuff is made. I know just about all lights are made in China, and Nitecore is a chines made brand, but with knives and other products it is not clear cut.
Don't care for the twist on/mode/off flashlight. Prefer a tactile feel of a switch.
I looked at their video presentation on this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZX-YFvJxcZM It does not come with a battery and charger.
I have the small one, it's surprisingly useful. Not a good price for the LR12 though.
I have the smaller LA10 model that uses AAs and it's a nice little light. The diffuser is clever and useful. If this came in a neutral white / high CRI version I'd get one. I'm sure it will eventually show up like it did for the LA10. (I don't think this comes with a battery, despite the picture showing a random Nitecore battery.)
G O O G L E
User interface? How do you turn it on and off and select each mode?
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Thank you for the clarification! Any user interface that requires two hands to make it work makes the flashlight useless as far as I'm concerned... another stupid Chinese designed switching mechanism... designed by people who never use illumination tools in real life....
48thRonin2
It’s primarily meant to be used in a tent and perfectly suited for that purpose. 1000lm is way too much for that application, but you can run it at lower levels and enjoy the increased runtime compared to the LA10. Shame about the lack of a CRI option, though.