Final runtime in this mode is over 3.5 hours. It can be The TUP measures 70 mm in length, and is 25mm thick at the head, while The LCD screen provides information such as lumen output, and time remaining on the battery. There's a problem loading this menu right now. But honestly I'm not disappointed (1000lumens will burn toilette paper ) I kinda wish it had some kinda case - when all is said and done...... it's a $70 light and I don't want the display or torch lens to be compromised. It’s extremely versatile! If you were wondering, the TUP can run while being charged. battery voltage and a visual representation of the battery power left. There’s just one version of this light, but it’s available in two body colors: black (seen here) and gray. I like the interface. This light was provided by Nitecore for review. by an integrated 3.7 volt 1200mAh battery, rechargeable via micro USB. At the other end of the light, there is a milling where a splitring is Since purchasing the first version of that little light, I have since added a Nitecore TIP, a Surefire Sidekick, a Manker LAD, and now this Nitecore TUP to my small collection. Ift is backlit and it has sharp digits and letters, allowing an easy read for the small size. ← Sinner 18350 Ready-Made Titanium Flashlight Review, OLED active – show cell Voltage and mode in memory, Lockout 1 or 2 (stop when desired lockout is reached), Output meets specification for a number of Turbo Cycles, Good charging (satisfactory rate, easy on the cell), The refresh rate on the OLED is oh-so-very-slow. Under the screen, there are two hard plastic buttons - a mode button and a power button. Once both halves are removed, the TIR and it’s retaining bezel pop right out the front. After the top, the rest of the light has much less going on. It’s attached by two Philips screws. whole light, 30 mm. Nitecore includes a nice USB to micro-USB charge cable. The tail of the light has the obligatory key ring, and no other notable elements. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations, Select the department you want to search in, Reviewed in the United States on December 2, 2018. Single 18650 lights are nice and there are many options, but are just a hair to big for me to use comfortably on a hat or carry at the bottom of my pocket. The TUP feels in hand just about like most of the other Nitecore dual switch keychain lights. Removing the four more T3 screws on the opposite side of the light shows the button board, which seems to have some driver components on it as well. The light is well built and finished. Another option for carry is the metal loop on the tail of the light. They’re e-switches, and have blue indication behind them. It’s a box like the old style, but with the (subtler) printing and coloring of the new style. High looks about the same as Turbo, except in this case I ran the light until it fully shut off on its own. That emitter is under an optic with a flat front (not indented or open like some TIR’s). It has on-board charging via micro-USB (and a cable is included). It certainly has an interesting look, though! You can still see all customer reviews for the product. To switch between the two, hold both buttons simultaneously. There is some regulatory labeling etched in under the clip. The MPCB has a yellow plastic insulator installed around the XP-L HD, and is screwed to the heatsink. Lockout 1 allows access to Turbo, but in Lockout 2 the light is completely unusable. My camera can’t focus on the small digits when there is no Ambiental Tap the mode button to check cell voltage, Tap the power button to turn on in the last used mode, or off when the light is on, When on, tap the mode button to cycle through the main modes (not turbo), From off, hold the power button to turn the light on in the lowest mode, In any state (including lockout 1), hold the mode button for momentary turbo. Add a strobe mode and this light would be perfect. This is a very useful addition to my keychain. Nitecore TUP Flashlight Review Author: zeroair Published Date: 2018-12-03 Leave a Comment on Nitecore TUP Flashlight Review. To switch between the two, hold both buttons simultaneously. Although it took some time to pull the trigger on this purchase - I'm happy my edc has got a light that's worthy. Don’t fall for the hype, this is a 200 lumen flashlight. And one final part of the packaging: the OLED has a protective cover, which should be removed. Specifically, it is very easy to toggle through various lumen levels for the circumstances. * Standard measurement disclaimer: I am an amateur flashlight reviewer. This would be a decent product if you could at least lock in a 500 lumen setting and if it had modes like strobe, beacon, momentary etc but there is nothing besides. I do like the UI (probably better than other similar lights like the TINI). Also noteworth is the temperature – after repeated Turbos, the light was around 54 degrees C. That’s not insignificant. Here I review the the small Nitecore TUP flashlight with 1000 lumen capabilities. The package is a toned-down version of the Concept series packaging. It’s exactly opposite the switches, so using the electronic lockout is an absolute must. Dimensions: L-2.76″x1.16″-W The brightness levels are outstanding and useable. The light also gets insanely hot after about 45 seconds on 1000 lumens. Since purchasing the first version of that little light, I have since added a Nitecore TIP, a Surefire Sidekick, a Manker LAD, and now this Nitecore TUP to my small collection. The regulation is fine at all tested levels. The TUP feels in hand just about like most of the other Nitecore dual switch keychain lights. opposite side we have a removable clip, held in place by 2 phillips High looks about the same as Turbo, except in this case I ran the light until it fully shut off on its own. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. This really is a quality EDC light. The TIP SE is slightly shorter, and a little lighter (0.92 oz vs. 1.13 oz) Setup The demo mode will significantly limit any accidental discharging The light was giving a low voltage warning through the OLED when I stopped the test. They’re e-switches, and have blue indication behind them. The beam profile is a great TIR profile – not much spill with a fairly even hotspot. There are two buttons for the TUP interface. The display conveys useful information and adds a touch of hi-tech for us flashlight enthusiasts. The keychain portion was a pain in the ass, not your normal sized key ring. The temporary hold for 1000 lumens is ideal, reverts back to 200 which is still very bright when you release the button. light, but I hope you can guess how well the display is readable in the I also do like that it’s not round – its shape keep it from rolling everywhere. The TUP is available at nitecorestore.com for $65. Nitecore was generous to send me over an early sample of the unreleased Nitecore TUP. 1. Reviewed in the United States on August 26, 2020. It has a reasonable mouth, and is deep carry, which is nice. It prevents the TUP from Also noteworth is the temperature – after repeated Turbos, the light was around 54 degrees C. That’s not insignificant. The level spacing is good, I would have liked another level between This beefy pocket clip is the main way to carry the light. It’s exactly opposite the switches, so using the electronic lockout is an absolute must. The OLED display is very nice to have to see how charged it is. The clip is removable and when removed, leaves a very symmetrical light. It has a reasonable mouth, and is deep carry, which is nice. Weight: 1.88 Ounces, Looks good but I noticed that a lot of people have arsenal of things but no night vision goggles in case of an emergency blackout. I love the ideas in the flashlight. I test output and such in PVC tubes!! already installed from the factory.