//Nitecore MH1C Rechargeable Flashlight "2014 NK Tactical EDC FLashlight of the Year Top Pick"
//Stainless steel pocket clip, lanyard, nylon sheath, RCR123, spare O-rings, replacement rubber tail cap button, micro USB> USB adapter (all included)
//Features & Specs
//5p Review: Nitecore Mh1C Flashlight
//Create an EDC flashlight with a built in charger eliminating the need for standard home chargers //Designed for real use in ranges from 5-35 feet since this light offers the one of the best beam projection for it's size category among it's competitors //Versatile carry options
//The MH1C has a larger head to body ratio which may seem disproportionate but it's because the reflector is designed to project light further which gives you the best of both utility and tactical //The spill is a wide 40 degrees (very convenient for EDC tasks), but the hotspot is a narrow 5 degrees which gives the flashlight better throw compared to competitors like Fenix //The true OTF lumens is more close to 500 based on independent testing* but since the technology is CONSTANT BRIGHTNESS it remains that output until the battery depletes //Max output is for 30 minutes uninterrupted with no decrease in intensity till the battery is drained completely //The reality is a long throw is more helpful when paired with high output but the MH1C's focused hotspot makes it more usable at night in foggy conditions & is more effective than more powerful lights that disperse the light too close //The beam angle and drain pattern are two of the best features on this light
//The IPX-8 Waterproof rating is not valid based on independent testing* The silicone O-Rings are not thick enough and some junctions are not engineered properly //If the flashlight is submerged, water will seep into the charging port, main body & if left unattended will form rust. //Watch the video showing an easy fix solution. //Astonishingly, the light is constructed in a way that is usually seen only on higher end flashlights that cost nearly 3 times as much which is the flashlight can be operated even if submerged and water has gotten into the frame //If the battery is inserted backwards there is circuit for protection //Flashlight features a tactical lockout
if the body becomes loose the flashlight will switch to secondary operating modes instead of shutting off
//Watch this video and you can see that the Nitecore MH1C is a flashlight that has no limitations in terms of the environment and situation //The light is small enough to carry clipped onto a hat, in your pocket or on a key chain //The beam pattern is perfect for every day usage of around 5-30 feet //For self defense the flashlight is just long enough to be used as a striking object
//As a dealer I'm also an enthusiast //I did a lot of cross shopping and research to isolate the best light for this category //The MH1C is an extremely capable compact light because of the focused hotspot it's competitive with 2 cell lights like the Fenix PD35 simply because it doesn't step down in brightness as the battery depletes and has better projection in foggy weather conditions //Secondly the light has a built in charger for RCR123 batteries so you can plug the USB cable into a cigarette adapter or any USB port which makes the light perfect for workplaces & employees to use while saving money & eliminates the need to purchase a separate charger, or it can be the perfect travel light //Lastly the flashlight has a variety of ways to be carried or mounted which makes it one of the top EDC tactical flashlights in my opinion.