The Nitecore TM03 has a maximum output of 2800 lumens (Burst Mode) from the Cree XHP70 and is driven by a purpose designed IMR 18650 battery (included), making it the most powerful single 18650 powered torch in the world today.
We recommend charging the supplied battery with a genuine Nitecore charger, such as the D2, D4, I2, I4, UM10 or UM20.
The TM03 has an extremely deep reflector, which drastically increases reflection efficiency, as well as beam distance and lighting uniformity, enabling the user to see further with greater visual comfort out to a range of 289 meters.
Burst is accessed by pressing and holding the mode switch. Two modes allow this switch to toggle between burst and strobe settings.
Battery power is indicated via an LED, which is built into the tail switch. Three blinks indicates power is above 50%, two blinks indicates below 50% and one blink indicates power levels below 10%.
The flashlight boasts four brightness levels, ranging from 40 to 2800 lumens and a strobe setting, making the TM03 suitable for a range of applications.
Brightness Levels & Runtimes:
Burst: 2800 lumens
High: 1350 lumens - 45 mins runtime
Mid: 550 lumens - 2 hrs 15 mins runtime
Low: 40 lumens - 30 hrs runtime
Plus SOS and Strobe settings.
Maximum beam distance 289 meters, waterproof to IPX-8 and resistant to impacts up to 1.5 meters.
Includes: Dedicated IMR 18650D Battery, belt holster and spare o-ring.
- Peak Beam Intensity: 21,000 cd
- Reflector: Orange peel
- Length: 159 mm / 6.26"
- Head Diameter: 40 mm / 1.57"
- Weight: 213 g / 7.51 oz.
04/02/2017 - Pedersen, Glamsbjerg
For its size it gives a good amount of light, it lights up fine when you need that extra light that other flashlight don't have. The strobe is sometimes lower, so my TM03 is not perfect, Nitecore is on the case. It gets 4 stars because of the strobe, but it is a great compact flashlight with more lumens than other 18650 flashlights.
21/09/2016 - Williams, Wrexham
Great little torch with superb power and spread of light. Not cheap, but you get what you pay for, you can pay 1/10th for a similar looking torch on eBay, but ignore the power they claim to give - in reality they give 200lumens, this produces 2000plus, there really is no comparison.