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Nitecore MH1C Flashlight (RCR123)

Nitecore MH1C Flashlight (RCR123)

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TBH, TOWILD BC06 from gearbest might be better option
Ok, it's probably just me, but how do you charge this thing? I just received mine and I cannot find a usb charging port where it's shown in the picture (in the manual). It has the rechargeable battery AND a usb cable... so what am I missing?
SantiagoDraco
Nevermind, figured it out. You unscrew the large ring/collar. The port is hidden under there. This also explains why the center ring is large.
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If it weren't for that donut around the middle, I would buy this. I'm honestly not sure how they settled on this design. I understand it serves a purpose in protecting the charge port, but there are other lights out there that fixed that issue without having to add an ugly, bulky ring.
IanEDC
The ring is most likely there for use in conjunction with a hand gun. mostly used with the “syringe” technique.
IanEDC
I've had one other Nightcore light that has the donut on it and it's hands down the most waterproof/durable flashlight I've had. Never had anything get into the charging port and it's remained dry and sealed through all types of immersion including diving in a lake looking for some lost keys on the bottom. While not my favorite feature I'll put up with that ring for the sheer practical usefulness of that system.
I received this flashlight through Amazon, it feels and looks great. I hope to test out out soon, the battery is charging.
Forgive me massdrop, but this is on Amazon (not prime eligible) for $40.00 - and it will arrive before this drop ends...
https://www.amazon.com/NiteCore-Multitask-Hybrid-Flashlight-Black/dp/B009YLZCFO
RobAtPace
No surprise there!
I think MassDrop is growing too fast to take care of business. Why haven't they come on here to clear things up about the usability of the three different battery types asked about, which one (if any) comes with the offering, and state that it comes with a USB cord that you plug into your own laptop, wall plug adaptor, etc.?? All this could be avoided by taking more care with the initial write-up and if written correctly all could have been stated as features.
DOBTruckers
Hey @DOBTruckers -- Thanks for the call-out, I think you've touched on a number of issues...
Much of the information you've asked about is already on the page, and shown in photos, but was not listed as "Included" - we've changed that, and listed all of the included items here.
Members, especially in flashlight discussions, answer each others questions more quickly and accurately than our staff can.
This is more a function of there being millions of enthusiast members and only a handful of us, but it's true that we've been a bit short-handed over in EDC recently; we've just doubled the size of our team for EDC, Blades, and Outdoor, so we should be able to be more responsive in discussions moving forward.
Thanks for letting us know so we could try and address these things.
I have an MH2C and it's absolutely excellent. Hopefully this torch will serve its owners well.
No RCR included?
HAAK
Picture shows an RCR
In my opinion, it looks unappealing asthetically.
Can this also use an 18350?
Mr.Smythe
No, that's a substantial size difference. The CR123 is tiny and flashlights that support both take either one single 18350 or two CR123's stacked on each other.
mentalfloss
Wrong. A 18350 is roughly the same length as a CR123 or RCR123 (which is essentially a 16340) as indicated by its length in mm (34.0mm). OTOH a 18650 (which is a more common cell) is roughly the length of two CR123s (or their rechargeable RCR123/16340 equivalents). Essentially what Mr. Smythe is asking is whether or not the bore size is capable of holding an 18mm cell (the extra ~1mm in length is unlikely to pose a problem in my experience)...unfortunately I haven't the answer to that query.
Am I the only one who feels that the giant tire in the middle of the body ruins this light? It just seems to add extra bulk that would be just a bit too much in the front pocket.
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Well yeah, they can't please everyone with one design. I hope you find a torch that suits your needs soon!
Doogie
Don't try to recharge the light if you are using a CR123 cell, they are not rechargeable. Bad things can happen if you try. An RCR123 or a 16340 cell is rechargeable, and can be charged while in the light.
Lonelydad
Seriously! This is very misleading since you basically need to supply your own RCR123 battery if you want to conveniently charge your battery via the included cable. Getting a battery is nice so you can use it right away but as it was mentioned: "bad things can happen if you try" to recharge a standard CR123 battery. Seems like a nice light but AA or 18650 makes for better or more accessible (battery) power and usage. Just my opinion...
TRexSr
Says it comes with the rechargeable battery.
I believe it comes with the USB cable only. You supply your own plug.
Is the wall charger with European plug?
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