Nitecore’s MH12 Pro Blasts 3300 Lumens from a Compact Body

By Andrew Peloquin  |  August 8, 2023


Nitecore’s MH12 Pro Blasts 3300 Lumens from a Compact Body

Whether you’re hiking, hunting, camping, or fishing, you’ll be glad you’re packing the Nitecore MH12 Pro. This ultra long-range EDC flashlight is capable of casting a 3,300 lumen beam nearly 1/3 of a mile (505 meters), making it bright enough to use for emergency searches, finding fish, or navigating winding mountain trails.

Despite its intense brightness, it’s still a medium-sized flashlight, just 5.4 inches long and a little over 1 inch wide. The anti-slip knurling makes it easy to grip even if you’re wearing work gloves or your hands are wet or muddy, and the U-shaped tail cap can double as both a stand and lanyard hole so you can wear it slung around your neck. It even comes with a two-way detachable clip for carrying on your belt.



Thanks to its CNC machined body and IP68 waterproof rating, it’s tough enough to survive any outdoor use. And its built-in 5300 mAh battery gives you up to 650 hours of run time (on the lowest setting) before it needs recharging.


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