MH10 and MH12 are the latest addition to Nitecore’s Multi-task Hybrid series. Both come with in-body charging function and delivering output at maximum of 1000lm. You maybe think which model will suit your needs better? We came out with the specs comparison table with the key differences highlighted in bold.
|No. of emitter||4|
|Peak Beam Intensity||19850cd|
|Lens||Toughened utra0-clear mineral glass with anti-reflective coating|
|Tint||XP-G2 (6500K), XP-G3 (6000-7000K), 219C (5000K)|
|Mode||Group1: Moon, Low, Med1, Med2, High1, High2,Turbo
+Moon, Turbo, Tactical strobe, Battery check, Bike flasher (without memory function, short press <0.5s)
Group 2: Low, Med2, High1, High2 (with memory function, double click the button, short press < 0.5s)
1lm,16lm,125lm,210lm,475lm,630lm,1630lm (Nichia 219C)
|Working voltage||2.8v - 4.35V|
|Compatible Batteries||1 x 18350/16340/18650 battery (not included)|
|Switch type||Clicky (side switch)|
|Dimension||77mm x 27mm (length x head diameter) (18350 size)
102mm x 27mm(length x head diameter) (18650 size)
|Net weight||60g (excluding battery)|
Basically, MH10 is much more suitable for EDC purpose due to it small form factor, yet packed same amount of power as MH12. Although MH12 may cost a bit more, you get higher capacity NL188 cell, ease of switching of mode due to dual switches, longer body usually translates better grip and marginal improvement in heat dissipation.
We do have a very good discount for these two models.
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