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Nitecore P30 Hunting Kit

 

With a palm-sized light that has a massive beam distance, plus the extra accessories that you’d need, the P30 Hunting Kit from Nitecore is ideal for search or hunting use.

The P30 in this kit has a maximum output of 1000 lumens with a beam distance of 619m thanks to the CREE XP-L HI V LWS and PDOT reflector. It also has a turbo, high, mid, low and ultralow brightness levels and strobe, SOS and location beacon modes to accommodate all kinds of scenarios. This unit is RSW1 compatible, as its designed so you can strategically place the remote switch when mounted.

The rest of the kit contains the new i2 charger, NL1823 battery, tactical ring, car adapter, RSW1 remote switch, holster, lanyard, green NFG50 filter and a red NFR50 filter. If you’re looking for an all-in-one option, the P30 Hunting Kit from Nitecore is a solid choice.

  • P30 is a compact long range hunting light
  • Maximum output of 1000 lumens
  • Maximum beam distance of 619m
  • CREE XP-L HI V LWS
  • PDOT reflector
  • RSW1 compatible
  • Turbo, high, mid, low and ultralow brightness levels
  • Special modes: Location beacon, SOS, strobe
  • Accessories included: new i2 charger, NL1823 battery, tactical ring, car adapter, RSW1 remote switch, holster, lanyard, NFG50 filter green and an NFR50 Filter red. 
External Dimensions: Torch 14.15L x 5W x 5D cm
Packed Dimensions: 28L x 23D x 8H cm
Material: Aerospace Grade Aluminium Alloy
Waterproof: IPX8
Light Source: Cree XP-L HI V3
Lumens: Ultra-Low 1 | Low 70 | Mid 220 | High 400 | Turbo 1000
Beam Distance: Ultra-Low 21m | Low 175m | Mid 299m | High 425m | Turbo 618m
Batteries: 1 x 18650 | 2 x CR123
Run Time: Ultra-Low 680 hrs | Low 17 hrs | Mid 5 hrs | High 3 hrs | Turbo 1 hrs
Approx. Weight inc. Batt's: 0.215 Kg
Suggested Use: Camping | Hunting
Warranty: Limited Lifetime
Supplier Code: P30HUNTKIT

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