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Nitecore BP20 Backpack

When you see the name Nitecore, you probably think of their high quality EDC flashlights. They've earned their place in many EDCs with their long history and large catalog of lights for both tactical and everyday use. More recently, they've taken their utilitarian and feature-driven approach to lights and put it into their first backpack, the BP20. From top to bottom it's got well-thought out features designed to make it the most useful backpack in—and carrying—your EDC.

At its core the BP20 comes with the features expected from a modern tactical backpack. Teflon-coated 1000D nylon gives it a rugged build and abrasion resistance while a full suite of straps and clasps let you adjust the backpack for a streamlined and comfortable carry. A 20L main compartment takes care of your larger gear, while dual front pockets organize your smaller essentials. On the tactical front there's MOLLE webbing galore, including a detachable/adjustable front panel to accommodate expansion pouches, helmets, or can even be used as a scabbard. This panel flips out or down depending on how you need to use it.

Other features add expansion and convenience to the BP20, like a padded inner compartment for your laptop and a built-in clip for hanging hydration bladders and reservoirs. There's also a packable rain cover to complete the pack's waterproofing when the weather is worse than expected. This set of features make the bag good for both urban EDC and outdoor or service use when you have a variety of loadouts and environments the bag will be used in.

The BP20's packed with features, all configurable and fully at your disposal. Pick one up from Amazon at the link below.

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Nitecore TIP SS

From Tube to TIP, the iconic Nitecore keychain flashlights have proven their mettle through the years. And while they came out with a high-CRI model earlier this year, they're beefing up the TIP yet again from the inside out. In this newest iteration Nitecore adds some metal to the mix, outfitting the TIP 2017 SS with a stainless steel build and a stronger output for heavy keychain duty.

The key features of the TIP 2017 are still present in the SS model. The reworked clip gives you carry options and protects the TIP's charging ports, dual intelligent modes tailor the light's 360 lumens and 46 hours of runtime to your needs, and IP54-rated metallic construction and USB charging round out its features.

New in the SS are the exotic new finishes: polished stainless steel and jet black/tropical PVD (physical vapor deposition) titanium coatings. They add a touch of elite aesthetic to your TIP of choice, making it even easier to match them to your equally exotic EDC.

Exceptional portability, exotic aesthetic, and ease of carry: the TIP 2017 SS is game, set and match. If you have have room to add yet another versatile keychain flashlight to your carry, pick out your SS of choice at the link below.

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Nitecore MH12GT Rechargeable Flashlight

It's not every day you need to light up the length of 3 football fields, but wouldn't it be handy if you had that kind of throwing power in your pocket? With 1000 lumens throwing further than 1000 feet, Nitecore's latest rechargeable light makes short work of any task that demands serious coverage. And with its useful modes, high-capacity battery, and built-in charging, it's also quite the versatile light to add to your EDC.

The MH12GT achieves its impressive throw through a pairing of a Cree XP-L HI V3 LED with a specialized smooth reflector, giving the light its ~1050 feet (320 meters) of reach. Output levels are controlled via a dual-switch system, with its tail switch controlling constant and momentary activation and side switch navigating the light's 4 brightness and 3 special modes. From its 1-lumen Ultralow mode that lasts up to 520(!) hours all the way to its High of 1000 lumens and tactical strobe/SOS/beacon, the MH12GT gets the job done no matter the task. And with its slew of accessories including a high-capacity 18650 battery, included micro USB charging cable, holster, clip, and lanyard, carrying options are as versatile as the light itself.

Need a relatively compact light for giant lighting needs? Pick up the MH12GT from the Amazon link below.

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Nitecore Concept 1

There's a reason some of the best flashlights you can EDC use an 18650 battery. Simply put, it pushes the limits of sheer power and runtime for its size. But even with such high performance, few lights that use one truly stand out—until now. Nitecore's latest and greatest 18650 flashlight, the Concept 1, is here to shake things up. It combines cutting edge flashlight tech with a sleek “gent's carry” design to bring you one of the most compact and powerful lights for EDC.

Modern LEDs have a knack for exponentially pushing the envelope, and the Concept 1's isn't any different. It uses one of the latest emitters from Cree—the XHP35 HD E2—which when combined with either an 18650 or 2 x CR123A batteries, can output an insane 1800 lumens up to 220 meters. Pretty good for an 18650 light measuring only 4.39” and weighing only 2.18 ounces, one of the smallest lights of its type. It saves space by moving its switch to its side, letting you control its 5 brightness levels and 3 special modes with a few simple taps.

The Concept 1 comes in a dual-textured design that's sleek as it slips and clips into your pocket but knurled on the tail for a better grip while in use. This minimalist look belies a tough construction that can resist impacts up to 1.5 meters and water submersion up to 2 meters thanks to its IPX8 rating. The Concept 1 also takes advantage of its size for excellent everyday use, thanks to its stainless steel clip and magnetic tailcap, giving you illumination as needed whether in your hands or lighting the way hands-free.

Nitecore continues to blaze trails with interesting and powerful lights, marrying tech and carry-friendly features in the Concept 1. Pick up this 18650 powerhouse from the Amazon link below.

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Nitecore NEB10 Excursion Bag

When it comes to your EDC bag, there are three main things you want it to be: rugged, organized, and easy to carry. Sometimes you'll find a bag that's got all the pockets you need, but it just isn't comfortable. Or one that's compact enough for the day's errands but doesn't have enough ways to arrange your essentials. Nitecore's new NEB10 excursion bag aims to hit the sweet spot of a tactical pack suited for the urban commuter. It's got the heavy-duty construction and materials of tactical bags, with the size and organization to fit an EDCer's needs.

As a daily bag, the NEB10 keeps your gear in check with its array of compartments and expansion options. This includes a loop surface and 6-channel elastic organization in its main 6L compartment and dual front zippered pockets with mesh slip pockets. On the front is a MOLLE system laser-cut from Hypalon rubber that keep a low profile without any loss of expansion and modular capability, and on the sides are retention straps for even more attachment options.

But the NEB10's key feature as a daily bag comes in its 3-point harness system. Paired with a removable padded shoulder strap, the system lets you distribute the bag's weight evenly across your body for a secure carry while out and about. And as befitting a modern tactical pack, coated 1050D CORDURA nylon keeps your gear dry and protected.

Stay prepared on your day's activities with Nitecore's purpose-built NEB10 excursion bag. You can pick one up in two colors from the Amazon link below.

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Nitecore TIP 2017

In the beginning, there was the Nitecore Tube, and keychain flashlight fans rejoiced, for it was robust, powerful, and convenient. And then there was the TIP, which brought with it even more power and metallic construction. But this year, Nitecore took the TIP to even greater heights. With a new multifunction clip and an eye-pleasing emitter, the TIP 2017 CRI is more useful than ever, carries even easier, and continues to be a flashlight perfect for everyday carry.

The TIP 2017's pocket clip is its most notable and welcome improvement. It's designed to latch on to the TIP not only to give you carry options (like clipping the tip onto a hat for hands-free use), but to also protect its micro USB charging port and buttons to prevent accidental activation. The 2017 model still offers a Nichia 219B for its LED, an eye-pleasing emitter that approximates natural sunlight for more accurate color.

Two new intelligent modes make the TIP even more tailored to your needs. A Daily mode automatically turns off the light after 30 seconds without operation, and a Constant-on mode provides continuous illumination for longer tasks. These modes complement the TIP's four normal brightness levels of up to 240 lumens on Turbo and 46 hours of runtime on 1-lumen Low. And as with its previous models, IP54-rated metallic construction and USB charging round out its set of features.

If it ain't broke, don't fix it, but Nitecore managed to add some excellent new features to an already-impressive keychain light. Pick one up in your choice of color from Amazon at the link below.

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Nitecore SRT7GT

If you've never heard of a magnetic ring interface on a flashlight before, we don't blame you. Despite its efficiency and ease of use, few lights have ever used it. So it's a good thing Nitecore—one of the few manufacturers of magnetic ring interfaces—have decided to refresh their SmartRing Tactical line, starting with the new SRT7GT. It puts together the best features of its predecessors, making its magnetic ring interface the cherry on top of a very capable flashlight.

Its specs are what you would expect from a modern 18650 flashlight. It pushes out 1000 lumens from its XM-L2 LED on Turbo, has a rugged, IPX8-rated, anodized aluminum body, and comes with a two-way clip and lanyard hole for ease of everyday carry. But its real power lies in the interface. Instead of having to click your way to get to the exact mode or brightness you need, you can pre-select the SRT7GT's output before turning the light on with its tail switch. Which is convenient, given that it comes with 10 modes from variable brightness to colored LEDs for every tactical or outdoor purpose.

Need to preserve your night vision? A red LED has you covered. Doing some CSI work? The SRT7GT comes with a UV light mode. Need some self-defense modes like a police beacon (flashing red/blue LEDs) or tactical strobe? Yep, those are available, too. Whether you need an EDC flashlight that can do it all or on duty with specific needs, the SRT7GT has a mode for you, ready to go with a twist of its ring

If you've never tried a magnetic ring interface before, be careful—after using the Nitecore SRT7GT, you may not want to use anything else. Pick one up at the Amazon link below.

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Nitecore R40 Inductive Charging Searchlight

These days, almost every EDC flashlight can pack a huge punch in a small package. But here's the thing—they tend to run out of juice in a hurry. Even though most use rechargeable batteries, dealing with chargers and cables can get messy. Thankfully, recharging the Nitecore R40 is as simple as it gets thanks to its wireless charging dock. And that's if you need a charge in the first place, as this 1000-lumen searchlight's got a proprietary, high-capacity battery powering it.

Nitecore calls the R40 a searchlight, and at 1000 lumens of power and 520 meters of throw, it performs at the level of larger lights despite its sub-6" size. Even with all that power, the R40's rated to last up to 1000 hours of use at its lowest brightness setting.

After all that runtime, you've got plenty of options to recharge the R40. At home base, you can use the R40's unique wireless induction system that works with a stand that you can place on a table or mount on a wall. When you're on the go, you can plug the flashlight into any USB power source to charge it as well. And you won't have to worry about leaving it on the charger too long thanks to its built-in overcharge protection circuitry.

With all these features, you'll want to take the R40 with you everywhere. Thanks to its IPX-8 weather-sealing, you can pretty much do just that. The Nitecore R40 searchlight is a handheld powerhouse that's as versatile to charge as it is to use every day. Grab the full kit at the link below.

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Nitecore P05 Flashlight

You'd think a single button would be the easiest way to turn on a flashlight. But the thing is, if you need a specific brightness, tapping through different modes can leave you in the dark longer than needed. This is where the pair of instant access switches on Nitecore's new P05 flashlight come in. You have all its power at your disposal with a single touch or click, giving you the light that you need the second you need it.

The P05 is operated completely with the two mode switches on its tail. Individually, the switches give momentary access to both your selected level (of up to 460 lumens) and strobe. When turned on, you can use the dedicated strobe switch to cycle through the P05's three levels. The power switch itself even doubles as a battery level indicator, blinking to notify you of the remaining battery level.

Speaking of batteries, the P05 uses a single CR123A or RCR123A battery, keeping the light compact. And at under 4” and weighing only 2.13 ounces, it's small enough to be easily kept in a pocket for everyday carry. Clipping it on the outside of your gear is a good option too, thanks to the P05's IPX8-rated waterproofing and HAIII hard-anodized aluminum body.

Sometimes, two heads—or switches, in this case—are better than one. Pick up the Nitecore P05 from Amazon at the link below.

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Nitecore Tip

The Nitecore Tube had a good run. Rugged yet compact, lightweight yet fully-featured, it was quite the ideal EDC light, and one of our favorites workhorses from Nitecore's stable.

But there's a new sheriff in town. This is the Nitecore Tip, and it's what happens when Nitecore takes everything great from the Tube and makes it even better.

The Tube was already pretty rugged with its polycarbonate shell, but the Tip does away with plastic altogether. It comes with an outer case made from aluminum alloy to protect its internals. It's hard anodized and screwed down to give the light 1.5 meters of impact resistance and IP54-rated dust and water protection. Which would probably be a good idea, since it's packing a lot of power under that metallic shell.

The Tip's Cree XP-G2 LED reaches a scorching 360 lumens on its Turbo setting, previously unheard of from keychain lights. And yes, the light can still disappear on your keychain, being only 2.39 inches long and weighing only 0.83 ounces.

You don't even have to worry about carrying around extra batteries, thanks to its internal USB-rechargeable lithium-ion battery. The Tip's four levels and up to 46 hours of runtime are just a short recharge away.

The Tube may have been retired, but the idea of adding a powerful, compact flashlight to your everyday carry shouldn't be. Pick up the Tip in one of seven colors at the link below.

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