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Nextorch K3 180 Lumen CREE XPG R5 LED Multi-Mode 'Clip and Go' Penlight with 2 x AAA Batteries

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  • 180 Lumens CREE XPG R5 LED, 56.6m beam distance, 38hrs max runtime
  • Pen-style click 4-mode High / Medium / Low / Strobe
  • Advanced reflector for perfectly balanced ultra-bright beam
  • Aerospace grade aluminum 6061-T6 with hard anodized finish and durable stainless steel clip; IPX-4 water resistance
  • Powered by 2 x AAA batteries (4 AAA batteries included)
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Our best-selling K3 'Clip-and-Go' penlight is powered by two AAA batteries, continuing the Nextorch tradition of compact design for daily use. The feedback on the K3 from customers is outstanding. Maintenance personnel, mechanics, and those who use it for personal every day activities, swear by this model, calling it the brightest, toughest, sleekest and reliable pen light they have ever used. The K3 produces an extremely powerful 180 lumens, with four selectable modes and 38 hours max runtime.

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  • Product Dimensions: 5.9 x 0.5 x 0.5 inches ; 1 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.1 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B008VEFTFS
  • Item model number: NTK3
  • Batteries 2 AAA batteries required. (included)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (114 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,967 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)

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HASSLE-FREE LIMITED LIFETIME WARRANTY We will repair or replace any defect products at our discretion, if it is determined by us to be defective. Normal use including lamp burning out, batteries draining and switches wearing out is not covered, nor is damage resulting from abnormal use, abuse, neglect, battery damage, use of other brand's batteries or accessories, unauthorized modifications or repairs from their original state. Chargers and rechargeable batteries are covered within one year from the date of purchase. Parts and accessories for flashlight products are not covered by this warranty.

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I use this light many times each day at work. It's durable and has survived being dropped several times and it's gotten wet, really wet, a couple of times too. I use it often for a minute or two at a time and the batteries usually last about a week, not bad considering my last led penlight (Sunlight-slim 100)wasn't as bright and the batteries were only good for about 4 days. It fits in my shirt pocket and it's not too long or too heavy to wear comfortably all day. The best part is how bright this little gem is. The first thing people say when the see it is "Holy cow that's bright." and the second is "Where did you get it?"
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The K3 is a nice pen light. It comes with two NexTorch-branded alkalines in the light so you can "Try Me" as well as two new ones in the package. Good, creamy-white beam from the Cree R5 emitter, OP reflector. The lumens mentioned seem very accurate. Mode order is: 180 lumens on high, 75 on medium, 25 on low, then a 180-lumen 9 Hz strobe. Leave the light on for five seconds or more and it will come on in that mode next time you turn it on. The clicky is nice and I didn't think I'd like the metallic finish at first, but it's just fine. Although there's no texturing on the light, it doesn't really need it, as it doesn't slip out of my hand when in use.

The pocket clip spins freely and is removable. On the wire clip, there's a small piece of flat metal that says NexTorch. It will slide up to "lock" the clip on the light, or down to allow you to pull the springy clip off the light.

The head unscrews for battery change, although there is a seam near the tailcap. I marred my K3 up pretty nicely trying to get the tail unscrewed with pliers, so they must use Locktite or something on the threads there. Overall, it's nice: on par with the Preon 2, and costs less money. I'd be very happy with this light around $30.
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It's the best pen light I've ever come across. Very bright light. And it is durable. I have dropped it a few times (it is a little slippery in the hand), including one time on hard stone, but you have to hold a magnifying glass up to the end of it to see any damage. The clip has held up well so far, too. I also like that the button is metal so it won't wear out like rubber buttons do. And the light does not go on and stay on when it's in my pocket. However, the instant-on can accidentally be tapped when in the pocket, which undermines the mode memorization feature (a tap on the button advances it to the next mode). Nextorch is a Chinese company, but they make high quality products, including flashlights for police forces in China.
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3 months of daily carry, with frequent use. Tail switch click mechanism died..while it was working the thing was pretty decent as far as output and mode selection, the beam was a bit wider and more flood like at distance . I still like my preon 2s beam a bit better as it had a bit more throw and a hotter center area ,that and the quality/reliability is definitely worth the extra 10 bucks over the nextorch now that I have had both.. Thought I had a winner wound up with a dud , that may be a rare occurrance as they seem to have fairly decent reviews. I can say the overall build quality is very middle of the road when comparing to competitors products, the tailcap IS NOT feild serviceable like many others, just about every other light I have gives you the ability to replace the button / switch if it fails or wears out or needs to be cleaned ...the nextorch switch unit appears to be bonded or more likely secured with some incredible locktite that even warming with a soldering iron couldnt loosen it ,only the head end unscrews for battery changes. I carry small flashlight of some sort usually 2 , I use them at work nearly every day and run eneloop rechargeable aaa batteries with great success.. have 2 preon2 ,(I highly reccomend if you only carry one small light this should be the one) 4 streamlight 2aaa models (stylus pro I think , If you like one mode simplicity/reliability and dont need super high power) and always have a maratac single aaa on a lanyard around my neck that I frequently run a 10440 3.7 volt cell in when I need something brighter and dont have a real flashlight withing reach.Read more ›
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By Chad D Nelson on December 4, 2014
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Nice light. Push button is strong and the memory feature (it comes on in the same brightness as you were last using it). The only downside is that it is very long and quite heavy. Brighter than a Streamlight Stylus Pro, less expensive than a Foursevens P2 and priced in the middle. The Stylus Pro is the cheapest option and would be lighter but not as bright. The P2 is lighter, shorter and has similar brightness (P2 is a few lumens brighter according to the packing). So if you want brightness without spending the big bucks on the P2 and willing to sacrifice on size, go for the K3. It's a quality product and if your new to 'pen lights' you will be impressed!
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I just got this the other day and it took me all of 10-15 minutes to learn how it works. May seem like a lot to you but flashlights have become so advanced now with mode memory, advanced circuitry and tactical uses that it can take almost as much time to learn one as a tablet these days! For a light to be so simple with its features like this one is a huge benefit for the consumer.

Had my eye on one of these for a while, saw it marked down to $24 and sprang for it finally. My streamlight protac aaa's o rings are almost destroyed so I'll need new ones soon. I also wanted something classier in appearance, less aggressive.

Machining is precise. Coating is soft matte, smooth and silky to the touch. Excellent work aesthetically. Lightweight even with batteries in. Clip's a neat style too! Matches my Spyderco Manix 2 FRN Lightweight in Black perfectly. Immensely pleased about that, it's my favorite blade.

High, Medium, Low and Strobe functions. Momentary forward click switch. Cannot momentary cycle once clicked down. Mode memory! Leave a mode held on in momentary or clicked on solid for 2 seconds or more and memory mode will start the light in that mode next time you turn it on! Not doing this will cause the light to turn on in the next mode. If you leave it on Medium and don't wait 2 seconds it'll come on in low next time, or strobe, high, etc. bear that in mind so you don't flash yourself or a buddy. If you know someone who is epileptic, exercise care with this feature to ensure their safety.

Even strobe can be memorized. Useful for improvisational signaling or potential defense applications if you train for that. I would not employ this for impacting, ever. It's not designed for that. The strobe however is disorienting. Remember, I said improvisational.
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