Nitecore MH1C (1xCR123A/RCR) MH25 (1x18650) XM-L Rechargeable: RUNTIME, BEAMS, VIDEO+

Cybernetic

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It may just not have been obvious that it stepped down. The step occurs over quite a few seconds, so you msy not see it visually. A light meter would show it.
I Understand, and thanks for your reply.

Today, just got TX25C2. It's very bright in turbo mode and very nice hotspot. :)
 

LanternLover

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What is the difference between the MH25 and MH2C? It looks like the MH25 has a bigger head and slightly higher output on Turbo, so it will have more throw. Are there other differences?

Also, some reviews on Amazon.com reported that the micro USB port on the lights is not solidly attached to the body but to the PCB inside, so after repeated use, it can break away into the body and one is left with a non-rechargeable flashlight. Has anyone experienced that?
 

selfbuilt

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What is the difference between the MH25 and MH2C? It looks like the MH25 has a bigger head and slightly higher output on Turbo, so it will have more throw. Are there other differences?
I haven't tested the MH2C, but those would seem to be the key differences.

Also, some reviews on Amazon.com reported that the micro USB port on the lights is not solidly attached to the body but to the PCB inside, so after repeated use, it can break away into the body and one is left with a non-rechargeable flashlight. Has anyone experienced that?
Interesting, thanks for sharing. We don't often get a lot of long-term use data here, but it would be good to hear directly from any members who have directly experience this.
 

Fumer Tue

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Like the bigger head and the tube body. provides a comfortable grip. Not easy to carry though, prefer the P12.
Thanks for the review :naughty:
 
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