Joel Palaskar: Hi friend.. had a thought.. after watching ur review.. If the Turbo Mode is only going to last for 4 minutes before switching automatically to 1700 lumens... whats the use of it paying such a high price...should not one go for the nighteye or any other flashlight that is just around 2000 lumens and lasts atleast 30 to 45 minutes.. and if u know about any such flashlight pls.. suggest.. Thanks for educating on TM26..
Obviousz: Waiting for the TM36 review! (:
Bill Boyd: I got this light at B&H for $259.99 with no tax and free shipping. This light is the best by fare. You had the best review of all the videos I watched on YouTube. Thanks
Glenn Martin: Just ordered the latest 3800 lumen version. Just wanted to thank you for your absolutely fantastic reviews! I'm a big fan my friend!
behemothinferno: Very nice review and I agree with all the points you've mentioned. Could you please test the displayed voltage when the light is off (if possible) or on the 3 lumen mode and compare it to the actual reading of a decent digital multimeter? I'd like to know how accurate the readings are. Thanks!
Patriot36: Either, both are great lights. TK75 is probably a higher value.
João Paulo Carvalho: This or fenix tk75?
Patriot36: I think it would be overkill. You could get away with a single 900L 18650 light like a PD35, Zebralight SC600 or an SRT6.
AK747AMT: Patriot I need a light for doing walk-around flight line inspections on Boeing 747 aircraft. I want something super bright and versatile. By far, most of what I'll inspect is between 5 and 40 ft away, with the rare occasion of looking at something 60 to 100 ft away. I don't need to light up something 1/4 mile away, so I like the idea of a light that's not a "thrower", and more of a wide beam pattern which this TM26 seems to have. Based on how you know this light, do you think it'd fit the bill.
giankieluna: Hello Patriot, Nitecore says that this flashlight its waterproof and i dont think ist really waterproof, yesterday i was on a rain and i was using it under the rain and now one of the 4 leds wont turn on and the OLED screen its complete green. If i put a silica gel inside will help? Thank you
TheMrjogas: I like my tk70s just one on turbo buzzing sound have don't know why
TheMrjogas: I get already tm26 :) using jetbeam 3100x4
Iron_Snake: nitecore tm26 is less big, extremely bright, a lot of light in a little flashlight, very good in my hands. Seriously don't doubt and go for TM26.
Patriot36: Yeah, pretty noticeable. It's about 3x the throw and 75% more output.
Dean Wilson: Nice Review Patriot, I gather you like this light and bought it as you mentioned selling the TM15 and the Night-I30 etc. Size factor is a huge advantage, I have a TM11 and was just wondering if it's an obvious jump with the extra lumens and overall throw..?
Patriot36: Yeah, it's definitely not a EDC light but a backpack light, sure! It just depends on how much light the user demands and how willing they are to accept increased size for increased performance.
Patriot36: I do, yes but everyone has different needs. The TM26 is their most technically up to date light though.