High Discharge Current of 8 A - For use with the Nitecore high drain torches
19 in stock
The Nitecore NL1835HP is a rechargeable lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 3500 mAh, but unlike the other 18650 batteries in Nitecore's range, this model has a high continuous discharge current of 8 A.
The Nitecore Concept 1 is the first torch in the Concept series. Utilising a Cree XHP35 HD E2 LED it has a maximum output of 1800 lumens. The included IMR battery has a high discharge current of 10 A to drive the LED to the fullest and incorporates a protection module for added safety. We recommend to charge the battery with a Nitecore battery charger that is designed for IMR batteries to ensure compatibility.
The Xtar ANT MC1 Plus is a lithium-ion battery charger with a single charging bay that has a charging current of either 0.5 A or 1 A. A small display screen will light up and show the charging current and the charging progress of the battery. The charger will automatically stop charging when the battery is full.
These handy Nitecore filters are designed for the Nitecore EA1, EA2, EC1, EA11, EA21, EC1, EC11, EC20, EC21, EC23, MH1A, MH1C, MH2A, MH2C, MH10/V2/S, MH12/V2/S/GT, SRT3, SRT5, P05, P10/V2/GT, P12/GT, NEW P12, MT1U, MT2C, MT10A, MT10C, MT20A & MT20C or any torch with a head diameter of 25.4 mm.
Features Power Bank Function - Charges Li-ion/IMR batteries
3 in stock
The Nitecore F2 flexible power bank is a lithium-ion battery charger with a two independent charging bays that can charger two batteries simultaneously. This model has the advantage of two USB port power outputs, so you can use the F2 as a power bank, enabling you to charge phones, MP3 players, etc. The output provided is up to 2000 mA when two batteries are inserted in the charging bays, and up to 1000 mA when one battery is inserted.
Capable of independently charging two Li-ion/IMR/LiFePO4 or two NiMH batteries
4 in stock
This new Nitecore i2 itellicharger is an update of the older i2 and now offers twice the charging speed with a maximum output of 1000 mA while one battery is charging or a maximum output of 500 mA per bay when two batteries are charging.