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    Default New Product Announcement: NITECORE TUP 1000 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight

    NITECORE TUP 1000 Lumen USB Rechargeable Keychain Flashlight

    1000 lumen max output with 197 yards throw

    OLED Display reports key information

    Dual Switches to control power and modes

    Direct access to Turbo and Ultralow

    USB rechargeable with a built-in 1200mAh Li-ion Battery

    Maximum runtime up to 70 hours

    Pre-order yours now and save 15% with code CPF15OFF





















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    Default Re: New Product Announcement: NITECORE TUP 1000 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight

    huh? Serious? More please. Thanks.
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    Default Re: New Product Announcement: NITECORE TUP 1000 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight

    TUP Dimension = 70.3mm×29.5mm×26.2mm (2.77” ×1.16” ×1.03”) (Including the clip)

    Compared to TIP Dimension = 60.8mm×24.5mm×13.8mm (2.39” ×0.96” ×0.54” )

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    Default Re: New Product Announcement: NITECORE TUP 1000 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight

    Looks good!

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    Default Re: New Product Announcement: NITECORE TUP 1000 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight

    Will definitely order if there is a pleasant color temperature option; like the TIP CRI, not the "OK" but ultimately not carry-worthy TINI.

    Perhaps more detail on the user interface? Possibly another winner from Nitecore.

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    Default Re: New Product Announcement: NITECORE TUP 1000 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight

    @NitecoreStore, please feedback to the designers that the switches on the TUP are much too sensitive and too easily accidentially turned On. This is the one major flaw to an otherwise nice light.

    My suggestion would be a stiffer switch and/or recessing the height of the buttons so that they do not stick up above the body.
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    Default Re: New Product Announcement: NITECORE TUP 1000 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight

    Quote Originally Posted by pc_light View Post
    @NitecoreStore, please feedback to the designers that the switches on the TUP are much too sensitive and too easily accidentially turned On. This is the one major flaw to an otherwise nice light.

    My suggestion would be a stiffer switch and/or recessing the height of the buttons so that they do not stick up above the body.

    It is also quite easy to switch it off accidentally when you lay it down on a table then pick it up.

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    Default Re: New Product Announcement: NITECORE TUP 1000 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight

    LED Type? CCT? CRI? does it have PWM?
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    Default Re: New Product Announcement: NITECORE TUP 1000 Lumen USB Rechargeable Flashlight

    Quote Originally Posted by yoyobrotha View Post
    LED Type? CCT? CRI? does it have PWM?
    FWIW, here are my observed estimates, I don't have actual measuring equipment.

    The LED is a cool (est. 5700K'ish) XP-L HD, clean white with just a slight trace of a tint around the TIR beam corona.

    The CRI is not high but also not low, my guess in the 70-80 CRI range.

    No visible PWM at any level.

    Assuming the size is suitible for your wants/needs, aside from the too easily activated buttons, it's a nice light. Nice spread of levels with the dual buttons that provides direct access to the Lowest/Highest/Favorite (i.e., last-memorized mode) levels. The display screen while a little gimicky and another potential point of failure, is actually quite utilitarian in conveying information about the last memorized mode, whether the light is functioning in Demo (30-sec) or Daily (constant On) mode and of course remaining battery life while operating at any respective light level.
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