That's what I did as well, to exit from the strobe. Not sure if there is anything else, other than an off-on cycle.P.S. for anyone who HAS one of these, you can quickly trigger the tactical strobe from any steady brightness level (non-blinky mode) by holding a full press of the side switch. How do you go back to a steady light (non-blinky mode) from one of the blinky modes? From strobe, a half press cycles between SOS, beacon and back to strobe. A full press turns the light Off. Holding a full press also turns the light Off. The only method I've found was to use the side switch full press twice, which turns the light Off, then back On in whatever brightness was last used before the strobe was triggered.
Yeah, this question comes up a lot. I would expect it would all depend on the charging circuitry - your phone can adjust to the 1A transformer because it is designed to. My Rofis TR31C is the only light I've tested so far that has this kind of dual functionality. For a USB-only device, it would probably remain limited to the USB specs, no matter how you connected it.That said, I was wondering about the USB2.0 charging limits. I don't usually charge my android phone through my laptop USB port due to the 0.5A limit. Instead, I use the included 1A USB transformer that can be connected to AC directly to charge my phone and they have an output of 1A which charges the phone much faster. I'm wondering if using that would reduce the charging time. Or, would it be limited by the charging circuit in the light itself? Have you tried using one of these instead?
Just recieved mine today and I love the light but I'm not a fan of the holster....what does the two of yours look like? any pics of the holsters? I don't know if I have the correct holster or the wrong one some reported on......ThanksThe Nitecore P25 is probably my favorite flashlight so far. I bought two (gray finish) P25s for $62.60 each including postage and consider them bargains; the second one came with an improved holster. If I could make two changes to the P25, it would be to add a crenulated bezel and remove the Picatinny rails (which I doubt one person in a hundred has any use for). I am eagerly awaiting the release of Nitecore's SRT6 and SRT7 models which I suspect I will like even better.
That's definitely a better holster. I have the one pictured below and REALLY don't like it. The light fits extremely tight in it, and is difficult to draw. Forget about drawing it quickly. Why are there so many different holsters?That's definitely the wrong holster for this light. Here's how my sample fits:
This is the one I just recieved, I'm not happy that the bottom of the light is exposed and would get scraped-up that way; also had t o push the light in real hard to get it to even go in as far as shown in the picture.....the one the EC25 uses doesn't any of these issues.
This is actually Nitecore's fault NOT the Vendor
Can anybody recommend a proper holster for this light? The holy version doesn't really fit the light properly either, hard to get back out. :thumbsdow The solarforce holster i have is a bit to short for it.
Contact them again, your experience is a lot different that mine experience was after contacting them; in-fact they responded MUCH faster than a popular domestic retailer does that I have been trying to work with on other issues.Nitecore may have shipped the wrong holster with their lights originally, and yes, that is definitely Nitecore's fault. But when I submit a help ticket through a vendor, and they send a holster that does not fit, especially after I submit pics and explain the problem, that is very clearly 100% the vendor's problem. Customer service is responsible...if they said Nitecore had shipped the wrong ones, and I would have to wait for a while for the vendor to get the right holster, that would have been ok. But when they assure me that the correct one will ship, and send me the exact same holster again, that is no longer on Nitecore. You have to actually listen to your customers...