Nitecore EX11 XP-G R5 LED Flashlight, 200 lm
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- Super bright 220 lumens light blinds target instantly
- Compact and lightweight - suitable for EDC (every day carry)
- Strobe and SOS functionality
- High intensity Cree xp-g r5 led with 50,000 hour life and maximum output of 200 lumens
- Intuitive and simple user interface
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The ultra-portable, ultra-powerful EX11 flashlight gets updated with the latest Cree XP-G R5 LED. EX11 offers max 200 lumen output, with a brightness ramping system for selecting desired brightness, offers SOS and strobe modes. EX11 utilizes the unique NiteCore electronically controlled "Smart PD" switch - designed for reliability. D11 and EX11 are the best combination of EDC (every day carry) lights on the market. Features: Unique electronically controlled "Smart PD" switch - designed for reliability 'Infinitely Variable' digitally controlled brightness system Intuitive and simple user interface Strobe and SOS functionality Military frade aluminum alloy construction for strength and durability Compact and lightweight - suitable for EDC (every day carry) Mil-spec type III hard-anodized Impact resistant in accordance with US Mil-STD-810F Waterproof to IPX-8 standard, underwater 2m Broad voltage fully regulated circuit - compatible with numerous battery chemistries such as Li-ion and NiMH High intensity Cree XP-G R5 LED with 50,000 hour life and maximum output of 200 lumens Ultra clear impact-resistant optical lens and computer designed metal reflector Military grade 550 parachute cord tactical lanyard Ability to tailstand for use as a candle light Dimension: diameter 21.5mm, length 76mm Weight: 44g Included accessoried: Lanyard, spare waterproof O-ring Runtime: Maximum output 200 lumens, for about 1 hours Minimum output 5 lumens, for about 80 hours Strobe output of 200 lumens for about 2 hours.
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I contacted Nitecore about their IPX-8 waterproof claim - which for me didn't ring true - and they never got back to me. Customer service is virtually non-existent. I will never buy another Nitecore product again.
A friend broke and dropped a glass in a pool recently. In order to pick the pieces up, I grabbed the Nitecore EX11 and used it to illuminate the broken shards of glass underwater. In less than 3 feet of water the flashlight worked great and we were able to get all of the shards off the bottom. The next day, the flashlight would not work and the push button switch on the tail seemed stuck. I opened it up and discovered that there was a bunch of crud in the electronics that shouldn't have been there, as well as some water on the inside of the lens. I cleaned out the crud and dried the light thoroughly. I put it back together and was able to get it working again...
A few days later, I tried turning it on and nothing happened. I figured out that the battery was dead... no problem, I replaced the battery and it worked. I made sure to turn the light off, as I attributed the dead battery to carelessness and would not let that happen again. Sure enough, about a week later, the new battery was also dead. This light is essentially eating batteries, and CR123's are not the cheapest batteries to replace.
If you want a decently bright flashlight with a ton of features and compact design, go for it. If you want something you can rely on, stay away.
I liked the light so much that I asked them if they could just fix the tail cap. The nitecore company gave me the run-around's and I am now stuck with this broken flashlight.
I would advise anyone who is in the market for a high end flashlight to go with Surefire. They are one of the more expensive on the market but they have a great warranty and they do stand by their product.
I own several Surefires and two of them had broke and were repaired for free and the best part was there was no hassles about who was at fault and they did not even need to see a receipt for the item.