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NITECORE P10iX 4000 Lumen USB-C Rechargeable Flashlight
NITECORE P10iX 4000 Lumen USB-C Rechargeable Flashlight


 
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NITECORE P10IX At-A-Glance

  • 4000 lumen max output
  • 172 yard beam throw
  • Fast charging USB-C port
  • Strobe Ready TM
  • Power level indicator

Included in the Box

  • P10iX
  • NL2150HPi 5000mAh battery
  • NTH10 hard holster
  • CR123 battery magazine
  • USB-C charging cable
  • Lanyard
  • Clip
  • Spare O-ring

4000 Lumen High-Lumen Flashlight

The NITECORE P10iX is unrivaled when it comes to performance. Nitecore took the beloved P10i frame and maintained the compact size, ergonomics, and doubled the power with four LEDs. This extreme flashlight outputs a 4000 lumen flood light that can reach up to 172 yards. Can you believe all that power fits in such a compact flashlight? There is no substitute for the best high lumen flashlight than the Nitecore P10iX.

USB-C Rechargeable

The P10iX is part of Nitecore's iSeries using intelligent 21700 batteries. This enables a potently efficient output, granting 30 minutes of 4000 lumen burst and a max runtime of 350 hours on low. Fast recharge the P10iX via its built-in USB-C port.

Ready for Duty

Designed for law enforcement and personal safety, enjoy instant turbo, instant strobe, and six brightness modes. Nothing can hold the P10iX back with two user modes and a powerful nonlinear strobe frequency. Included is a NTH10 hard holster that is compatible with duty belts and MOLLE systems. The P10iX is an ideal choice for security, police, or general consumer.

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

LED 4 x CREE XP-L2 V6 LEDs
Maximum Brightness 4000 lumen
Peak Beam Distance 172 yards
Peak Beam Intensity 6250 cd
IP Rating IP68 - 2m submersible
Impact Resistance 2 m
Length 5.4"
Head Diameter 1.0"
Tail Cap Diameter 1.12"
Weight 2.8oz

BRIGHTNESS OUTPUTS

MODE OUTPUT RUNTIME
Turbo 4000 lumen 30 min*
Higher 1700 lumen 2 hr
High 850 lumen 2 h 30 min
Mid 300 lumen 7 hr 15 min
Low 50 lumen 38 hr
Ultralow 2 lumen 350 hr
Strobe 4000 lumen -

MODE OUTPUT RUNTIME
High 1060 lumen 1 hr
Mid 300 lumen 3 hr 30 min
Low 50 lumen 14 hr
Ultralow 2 lumen 120 hr
Strobe 1060 lumen -

Compatible Power Sources

BATTERY TYPE SIZE NOMINAL VOLTAGE COMPATIBLE
Nitecore i Series (NL2150HPi) 21700 3.6 Y (Recommended)
Lithium CR123 > 8A CR123A 3 Y
Li-ion RCR123 > 8A RCR123A 3.7 Y
Rechargeable 21700 21700 3.6 N
Rechargeable 18650 18650 3.6 N
Nitecore P10iX
Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 34 Write a review »

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Nitecore NL2150HPI 5000mAh Rechargeable Battery for i Series Flashlights (P20i, P20iX, SRT6i, etc)
Price: $25.95

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5 of 5 Nitecore P10iX 4000 Lumen Flashlight Review December 11, 2023
Reviewer: Blues Reviews from Honolulu, Hawaii  
This is a review of the Nitecore P10iX 4000 Lumen Flashlight. I rate it a 4.8 out of 5.0 stars.

Favorites:
1. Flood-style light spreads a really wide and uniform bean of light. Not made to throw far, but to light up a large area evenly with no hotspots.
2. Compact and lightweight for a 21700 flashlight and for the wide beam that comes out.
3. Easy interface using a press of a tail switch to turn on and a flat button below to change the brightness.
Other positives:
4. Excellent build quality.
5. Brightness modes are nicely spread out and just right at each step up.
6. iPX68 water resistant and impact resistant.
7. Battery indicator is nice.
8. Tint is quite neutral, not too cool or too warm.

Dislikes:
1. It uses a proprietary battery. Wish it could use the same battery as my Nitecore MH25 Pro.

This Nitecore P10iX is my favorite flood-style flashlight. If you want a spotlight-style light, the Nitecore MH25 Pro is my favorite.

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2 of 5 nothing like the concept December 5, 2023
Reviewer: Jake Whipple from Hartland, ME United States  
we were big concept fans. I don't know why they were discontinued. Living on 20 acres they litup our entire field. Sadly, we lost the bag with a few of them in it after a trip. This flashlight was disappointing

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4 of 5 Good, but October 18, 2023
Reviewer: Scotty from  
Overall I am satisfied with my flashlight, it works very well. My one problem with it is that within a week of owning it, the hinge pins for the tactical mode button both came off, resulting in the button plate falling off as well. I do not see a way to fix the problem unfortunately. Still works well overall.

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5 of 5 The smaller, underestimated brother of the P201X April 12, 2023
Reviewer: G-Solutions from Anaheim, CA United States  
Purchased this one as a "gently used" sale item to complement the P23i and P20iX that I already have.
My only regret is not getting this one sooner.  While the reflector is smaller, the light output is still excellent for EDC but it offers a couple of distinct advantages:
1) The crenelations of the bezel are rather small unlike the ones on the "big brother".  Still an impact amplifier for self-defense, but not one that will raise eyebrows with the TSA.
2) the light can be carried switch up in a pocket or in the waistband and the bezel end will not snag.
3) switch up carry in the waistband is a lot more secure and comfortable than carrying a P23i / P20i(X) bezel up
4) The switch is consistent with the P23i and P20i(X) - same operation for all three lights, no need to re-calibrate the brain how to use the light under stress.  
The only thing I don't care too much for is the holster.  Rather than the straight up pull I'd prefer a tilt-out draw like the NTH20.  T

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5 of 5 March 11, 2023
Reviewer: Brad Meek from Toledo, IA United States  


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