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Nitecore TM15 Tiny Monster Triple Cree XML U2 LED Flashlight

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  • Integrated thermal protection prevents overheating
  • Compatible with both 18650 Li-Ion and CR123A Batteries
  • Intelligent charging circuit with status detection recharges the light easily, safely, and quickly
  • Exceptionally long run times
  • Innovative power indicator light displays remaining battery power
  • Single button two-stage switch provides a user-friendly interface
  • Coated mineral scratch-resistant glass lens
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Nitecore TM15 Tiny Monster Triple Cree XML U2 LED Flashlight + TWO PROTECTED 3100mAh 18650 (Industrial NCR18650A Panasonic Cell inside) Li-ion Rechargeable Orbtronic Battery Cells- DUAL Protection, Button Top, PCB- High Performance + Nitecore IntelliCharger i4 Battery Charger - 2nd Generation
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number TM15
Item Weight1.6 pounds
Product Dimensions8.2 x 5.6 x 3.9 inches
OriginChina
Item model numberTM15
ColorBlack
Power SourceRechargeable
Item Package Quantity1
Type of BulbLED
  
Additional Information
ASINB009JJXGAO
Best Sellers Rank #187,552 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableSeptember 29, 2012
  
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Product Description

The incredibly bright Nitecore TM15 is an impressive upgrade to the Tiny Monster - a light that redefined what is possible from a compact searchlight. Uses 4 x 18650 rechargeable batteries, or 8 x CR123 batteries. Advanced engineering also allows the TM15 to run on 1 x 18650 or 2 x CR123 cells if needed in an emergency. This monstrous light is capable of an unbelievable 2450 lumen output. It comes packed with super intelligent features and boasts extended run times unsurpassed by any other flashlight in its class. The TM15 is capable of running for a full hour on Turbo mode and 52 hours on lower mode. This is an essential light to have for emergencies or any time you need to illuminate a large area. Impact resistant to 4.9 feet (1.5 m) and rated for IPX-8 water resistance, this compact spotlight is sure to last for years to come.
Specifications:
Dimensions:
Length: 6.22" (158 mm)
Bezel Diameter: 2.36" (60 mm)
Body Diameter: 1.96" (50 mm)
Weight (Excluding batteries): 15.76 oz. (447 g)
Uses 4 x 18650, or 8 x CR123A batteries (Batteries not included)
Can run on 1 x 18650, or 2 CR123 batteries in case of emergency
Output and Run Time:
Turbo: 2450 lumens (1 hour)
High: 1300 lumens (3 hours, 10 minutes)
Mid: 570 lumens (8 hours, 20 minutes)
Low: 300 lumens (16 hours, 30 minutes)
Lower: 95 lumens (52 hours)
Maximum Throw: 1,190 feet (363 m)
Peak Beam Intensity: 33,000 candela
Impact Resistant to 4.9 ft. (1.5 m)
IPX-8 Water Resistant

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Customer Reviews

I love this well built flashlight.
Ivan Camanor
I currently use the Nitecore 3400 mh 18650 batteries and they work great.
Ryan
It is by far the brightest flashlight I have ever seen or owned.
Kent

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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Tom on December 15, 2012
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The Amazon product description DOES NOT specify you need to use the 'longer' protected 18650 w/PCB Li-Ion batteries (~68mm vs ~65mm long). It does have the built-in charger, so you might just need to buy the four batteries.

Confirmed to fit: EagleTac 3100mAh Protected Li-ion 18650 Rechargeable Battery (1 x 18650)
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Mungo Jerry on November 13, 2012
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Coming from a flashaholic, this is my "current" favorite light. It is bright, even brighter than my Olight SR90 intimidator. The Olight is more of a thrower, and thus illuminates farther than the TM15, but to my eye not as much total light. What I love about the TM15 is that it is very small. Quite amazing how much light comes out of a package that is so small. I like the user interface too. Takes a little bit of getting used to though. Very pleased so far. I added some pictures and more detail at ediblefrog.com/topics/myama/nitecore_tm15_tiny_monster_flashlight
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Bryan on August 6, 2013
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Bought this as a present for a buddy in the security industry. He loves it. It's a LOT bigger than I thought it would be. I was picturing Surefire type size. Nope. Not at all. But he loves it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By John David - N.C. on August 1, 2013
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I have been patiently waiting for a good deal on this item and it's predecessor, the TM-11.
The price was within my budget and I was very pleased with the product and it's performance. There was one glitch though, the battery charger that came with my light was set up for the UK not the USA. I will have to purchase an adaptor that will allow the UK plug to be changed to the US standard wall outlet. The product description from the vendor was inadequate and provided information and a description about an entirely different product. Amazon's product information was showing the actual product. Still, a great deal and price break and as far as the lumens out the front, well " WOW" very nice.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By OneTrueKevin on December 30, 2012
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This thing has some hype from the manufacturer, and some favorable reviews on respectable forums [eg candlepowerforums]. So, does it live up?

Oh. Hell. YES.

For intense, detailed, knowledgeable technical review and comparison to other Nitecore lights, see the review by "selfbuilt" on candlepowerforums at [...]. That guy is the best flashlight reviewer in the world. The rest is just my own personal experience/opinion so far.

Exterior Design: It's thick enough to hold the 8 CR123 cells or 4 of the 18650s. But it still feels good in the hand...not so thick that you feel like you might drop in. And it's short. I actually like the length pretty well in everyday[night] use. From photos it looks like the short body puts the switch in an awkward spot that would result in accidental switching. Not so, at least for me.

Operation (switch): The switch takes a little getting used to, because the half-push (very similar to slr camera shutter release buttons) is the one you want most of the time. And then to turn the light off you hard/full push. In everyday[night] use, I find myself mashing down first, which blinds the holy hell out of anything in the beam direction [because that's "turbo" mode at 2400 lumens]. Then I remember to just soft push and get a regular amount of light [from memory of the last soft push setting]. After that it seems "intuitive" to soft push for toggling through brightness levels. Then to turn it off it's still takes an active thought to remember that the hard push will turn it off.

Brightness: Oh. My. GOD. On turbo, it's simply amazing. And it's very "throwy", ie it projects a relatively narrow beam that projects a very long distance. I love illuminating the opposite bank of the lake with it.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Ryan on October 9, 2013
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Amazon does a good job of describing the features of the light so I won't go into that. Just make sure you use the longer 18650 batteries. I made the mistake of ordering the wrong ones. I currently use the Nitecore 3400 mh 18650 batteries and they work great. The light has really good spot beam and the LED light is able to penetrate darkness much better than candescent bulbs. Im able to fit it in my pocket or use the nice holster that it comes with. Its comes standard with me on fishing trips and camping trips. It operates while being submersed in ocean water not rinsed with fresh water for days. I really like the cool blue button glow and the charger. Overall a solid Chinese product.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By nervusnorvus on December 14, 2012
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As of now July 2013,there is nothing else like it. The brightest, smallest most versatile light using four 18650 batteries. Light output is instantly adjustable with one hand. 350 lumens max brightness and 3 lumens at the lowest setting with three settings in between. Also strobe, beacon and SOS. The illuminated two step button switch takes some practice to become proficient.

In a light with such brilliance and high battery capacity a truly low setting, in this case 3 lumens is an almost unheard of option. It increases the versatility of the light many times over. At the lowest light setting four freshly charged batteries will yield over a month of steady running! This means that when the batteries are almost depleted, say only about 10% power left, there will still be several days of use remaining at the lowest setting. The data window will tell you how much time is left. Three lumens is bright enough for night trail walking, reading a map/book or finding one's way in a dark house. I use the lowest setting to conserve the batteries when I don't need anything brighter. The lowest setting doesn't disturb my wife when I get up at night; And night vision is less compromised.

The other settings go from bright (95 lumens) to extremely bright (1700 lumens) The brightest setting of 3500 lumens (Turbo) is a searing beam and heat buildup limits duration of use in turbo mode... Depending on conditions.

This light is very tough and well-made. It can be charged externally with the supplied cord. But the batteries can be easily removed for replacement by fresh ones. And the light itself can be used as a charger if desired. There is a tripod insert adding even more versatility. I got the Pedco UltraPod II Lightweight Camera Tripod, available on Amazon.
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