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    Default New Product Announcement: NITECORE i4000R 4400 Lumen Flashlight

    NITECORE i4000R 4400 Lumen USB-C Rechargeable LED Flashlight

    4x CREE XP-L2 V6 LEDs for a max output of 4400 lumens
    Included high performance >15A 5000mAh Li-ion battery
    USB-C rechargeable (cable included)
    Dual tail switch - one touch 4400 lumen strobe


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    Default Re: New Product Announcement: NITECORE i4000R 4400 Lumen Flashlight

    So is the AIRPPM the final realization that you need to put a spring on BOTH ends of the battery tube? About time. It would have been nice to see a 700-800 lumen medium 2 mode as well, but at least it doesn't just go from 330 to full blast 4000 lumens. A semi-turbo would also have been nice but mostly just because I like to have options. 2000-3000 lumen Hi 2 or whatever.
    Last edited by lightfooted; 01-07-2020 at 01:28 AM.

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    Default Re: New Product Announcement: NITECORE i4000R 4400 Lumen Flashlight

    So it comes with a dedicated battery. Does it also run on a regular (already charged) 21700?

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    Default Re: New Product Announcement: NITECORE i4000R 4400 Lumen Flashlight

    Quote Originally Posted by Henk4U2 View Post
    So it comes with a dedicated battery. Does it also run on a regular (already charged) 21700?
    No, the i4000R requires the i Series battery it comes with to operate. This special battery has positive and negative contacts on one end which is why a normal 21700 will not work.

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