- Mar 29, 2017
What do you all think of Nitecore branded products? How do they hold up over time?
I bought my first light from them, a Tini2, and love the power and being able to get the reading on battery charge status and brightness. I’m going to get their bigger 4K light next since it has same readouts.What do you all think of Nitecore branded products? How do they hold up over time?
Not too well, actually. There are certain models that are fantastic. Tiki LE is one of the better keychain lights out there. Did a review of it on my YouTube channel. You can't replace the rechargeable battery. So eventually you'll have to replace the entire light. The Tube (especially V2.0) is another fantastic keychain light. Did a review of that one as well. Also non-replaceable battery. But for $9.99, who cares? Ideal if you want the slimmest and flattest keychain flashlight out there. Ideal as gifts for non-Flashaholics.What do you all think of Nitecore branded products? How do they hold up over time?
The buttons literally popped out of my Nitecore TIP less than 2 weeks owning it. Simply carried as a back-up to my main light. No hard use from me at all.I would say that their lights are reliable, as I have 3 Nitecores and have had no issues with them. As with anything, if you care for them they should serve you well. I have an MH25s, MH12s, and P30. All are working as intended. I also own 5 or 6 Zebralights and a Noctigon Meteor, again with no issues. Mileage may vary depending on use case, as I only use my lights as walking lights, and not hard use.