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NITECORE TIKI GITD Blue 300 Lumen Rechargeable Keychain Flashlight

$24.95

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  • 2 Auxiliary lights: CRI≥90 white and 500mW UV
  • Phosphorescent shell allows it to glow in the dark
  • Primary light utilizes a total reflective optic lens for uniform beam
  • Built-in Li-ion battery with micro USB charging port
  • Water resistant and 1m impact resistant

The NITECORE TIKI GITD puts the power of 300 lumens with a reach of 77 yards at your fingertips. Weighing about 0.42 ounces, this ultra lightweight mini keychain EDC light has a simple user interface that grants access to 3 light sources: white light, UV light, and high CRI light. The UV light is essential for stain, fake ID and counterfeit bill detection for security personnel, while the high CRI white light is ideal for reading and camping.

The TIKI is USB rechargeable and comes with a built-in battery, making it convenient to maintain. At the lowest mode, it can run for up to 40 hours on a single charge. Made from durable PC materials with a stainless steel alloy head, the TIKI boasts an IP66 rating, ensuring that this little guy can be used as a solid everyday carry flashlight day in and out, in any weather condition. The phosphorescent shell allows the TIKI GITD to glow in the dark after just one second of exposure to the sun or another source of UV light.

Specifications

  • LED: OSRAM P8 LED
  • Maximum Brightness: 300 lumen
  • Peak Beam Distance: 77 yards
  • Peak Beam Intensity: 1260 cd
  • IP Rating: IP66
  • Impact Resistance: 1 m
  • Brightness & Runtimes:
    • Turbo: 300 lumen / 30 min
    • High: 60 lumen / 1 hr
    • Mid: 15 lumen / 4 hr
    • Low: 1 lumen / 40 hr
    • UV: 500mW / 45 min
    • High CRI: 22 lumen / 1 hr 30 min
    • High CRI Flash: 22 lumen / 20 hr
  • Dimensions: L-2.16″xW-0.57″xH-0.57″
  • Weight: 0.42oz

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