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Nitecore MH12 Pro USB-C Rechargeable Flashlight - 3300 Lumens

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Original price $92.00 - Original price $92.00
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Product Description:

The Nitecore MH12 Pro rechargeable flashlight is incredibly bright yet still compact enough to serve as a duty light to carry every day. With its innovative UHi 40 LED from NiteLab, the MH12 Pro boasts a 3300 lumen output and a 552 yard throw, farther than 4 football fields length added together. You'll be well-prepared for any situation with its five brightness levels, as well as strobe, beacon, and SOS modes. The MH12 Pro features a Tactical Mode with five lighting settings and strobe, while the Daily Mode offers the same settings plus a Beacon and SOS mode. Level indicators beside the mode button will help you identify the current brightness level. Moreover, the MH12 Pro includes a built-in optical sensor that automatically reduces brightness when it detects an obstruction at close range to prevent blinding reflection or overheating.

The MH12 Pro comes with a high-capacity 5300mAh battery and can be rapidly charged through its built-in USB-C port. Power indicators next to the mode button display the remaining battery level. Once fully charged, the MH12 Pro can achieve a maximum runtime of over 650 hours on its lowest mode.

Crafted from aero-grade aluminum alloy with an HA III hard-anodized finish, boasting an IP68 waterproof rating, and featuring advanced temperature regulation, the MH12 Pro is an indispensable companion day in and day out. Whether you're using it for daily tasks, patrolling, or camping and hiking, the MH12 Pro is equipped for any environment.


Maximum Brightness 3300 lumens
Peak Beam Distance 552 yards
Peak Beam Intensity 63500 cd
IP Rating IP68
Impact Resistance 1 m
Dimensions L-5.45" x W-1.02" x H-1.06"

2.89 oz

Turbo 3300 lumens 30 mins
High 1200 lumens 4 hrs 30 min
Mid 300 lumens 8 hrs 30 min
Low 50 lumens 50 hrs
Ultralow 1 lumen 650 hrs
Strobe 3300 lumens ~
Beacon 3300 lumens ~
SOS 3300 lumens ~

Included in the Box

  • Nitecore MH12 Pro
  • Nitecore NL2153HP Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
  • USB-C Charging Cable
  • Clip
  • Lanyard
  • Spare O-ring
  • Holster
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Best EDC/all purpose light I've come across. It's on the bigger side of compact/EDC lights but it's well worth it and if you carry you light on your belt like I do then the included holster will mitigate that for you. Super bright, solid build feels great in the hand. Simple and straightforward operation which makes it easy to use. The only negative things I can say are the pocket clip: it doesn't allow for a deep pocket carry no matter where you place it and it's backwards as far as how you have to install it depending on if you want to carry it bezel up or down. The clip itself is solid and doesn't bend easily however it doesn't actually clip on to your pocket as tight as you would expect or hope for. Lastly this light doesn't have any kind of instantaneous strobe/turbo function. If this is a feature you are looking for in particular for a more defensive/true tactical light then you will have to consider an different light.

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MH12 Pro ~ hands down the easiest to operate & tightest beam

I saw the Lumens and Beam Distance - so I had to check it out. I’ve bought several Fenix tactical flashlights for myself and friends and they all fail the intuitive-test: you’re never quite sure if it will be flashing or declaring an SOS - super annoying! The Nitecore is simple - press the tail button and select energy-use or brightness level on the front-side button - yup it’s that simple! I use the MH12 Pro for my early morning power walks (6.7 kph) on well kept trails but with lots of downed branches, roots, flooding and dense surroundings, so little ambient light. The MH12 is perfect. The beam is tight just lighting the trail: little light wasted into the bushes and capable of throwing a lot of light down the trail to announce yourself and keep the coyotes at bay. Full power does consume the battery quickly - I would not like to depend on it pass about 45 minutes but that is 3,300 Lumens - dialing it back a bit is so easy that eking out more time is not a problem - perfect for me. Make no mistake that my Fenixs have been excellent - but this flashlight is another order of magnitude better.

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