Lumintop GT Nano 730 Lumens 300 Meters Tiny 10180 Keychain USB Rechargeable Thrower (Full Set with 10180 Battery & Tube)


Imagine having a super thrower about the size of your thumb. Lumintop has made that come true! 

Its first 10180 thrower light is here and its unbelievably small (looks like the baby of the GT Micro / GT Mini series). Has the same excellent continuous ramping of its bigger parents as well as a user-replaceable 10180 battery (battery included)

This set now comes with the 10440 tube & 10440 rechargeable battery as well! 730 lumens & 370 meters with the 10440 battery, 450 lumens & 300 meters with the 10180 battery - both included








Emitter:               OSRAM KW CSLNM1.TG LED, cold white, mounted on aluminium DTP MCPCB
Flux:                    ~450 lm
Throw:                 ~300 m & ~23400cd
Firmware:            Tom E’s open-source GPL NarsilM v1.3 adapted by Texas Ace
User interface:    [1] By default the GT Nano is set to use the very intuitive Narsil smooth RAMPING UI. Instant access to a 2.5TURBO mode is also provided. 
[2] A more conventional discrete level MODE-SET UI is available as an alternative.  Any one of 12  pre-defined mode-sets can be selected.
[3] MOMENTARY mode is useful for signaling purposes or rapidly/briefly lighting up targets.
Battery:                One button-top 10180  Li-ion (included).
Driver:                 Texas Avenger FET driver
Reflector:            20.8 mm ID, aluminum, smooth finish
Lens:                    Glass with anti-reflective coating 
Body:                   Aluminum with Type III hard-coat anodizing
Button:                Tactile with back-lit rubber boot
Ingress rating:      Equivalent to IPX-8underwater 2m
Weight:               Approximately 17g without cells
Dimensions:        24 x 52.5mm
Accessories:          1*GT Nano, 1*10180 Li-ion battery (removable),  1*Manual, 1*Keychain, 1*Lanyard, 1*Charger,  2*Spare O-ring
Charging the battery:  Remove the insulation sheet before the first use. The indicator shows red when the battery is connected. The charging indicator shows red when charging, and turns green when fully charged.