The NiteCore P22R tactical flashlight produces neutral white broad light with a maximum output of 1800 lumens. With it you create a massive beam with a beam distance of 262 meters. The head of the light contains three silicon nitride ceramics. Ideal when breaking glass or for self-defence. Perfect for law enforcement, search ops and patrols
How to use the NiteCore P22R
The tactical switch on the NiteCore P22R has a momentary-on function. Hold the tactical switch down and the light will momentarily turn the highest mode on. As soon as you completely press down the switch it will stay on. You easily select the desired light mode via the second switch (MODE).
The light is enhanced with an instant stroboscope function. As soon as you press the MODE button, the light will temporarily function in the stroboscope mode. Release the switch and the light will immediately be turned off. Is the light turned on? As soon as you press the MODE button, the light will temporarily function in the stroboscope mode. To deactivate it you press the MODE button again. Thanks to the memory of the light it will always start with the mode last used. This also applies to the stroboscope mode. This makes it extra appealing for, for instance, security personnel or cops.
Light modes on the NiteCore P22R
- Turbo: 1800 lumens, burn time of approx. 30 minutes
- High: 380 lumens, burn time of approx. 3 hours and 30 minutes
- Medium: 75 lumens, burn time of approx. 18 hours
- Low: 1 lumen, burn time of approx. 250 hours
- Strobe: 1800 lumens
Charging the NiteCore P22R
The back of the light contains a USB-C port. As soon as you charge the light you open the ring for the USB-port. When closed the light is perfectly protected against water and dust. The ring also ensures that the USB-port cannot be damaged.
The NiteCore I22R comes with a 18650 Li-Ion battery. It will take up to 6 hours and 50 minutes before the battery is completely charged. If you don't have time to charge the battery in the meantime, take a spare battery with you. With the included battery holder you can namely also use the light with two Cr123A batteries. Want to know how full the battery is? As soon as you loosen and tighten the back of the light for a second the indicator will blink up to four times. Four times means full, one time means almost empty. As such you can find out how full or empty the battery is. This indicator also works in combination with the Cr123A batteries.
Different modes on the NiteCore P22R
This flashlight has three modes: The 'Daily Mode', 'Law Enforcement Mode' or 'Tactical Mode'. In order to switch between these two modes the light needs to be turned off. First you loosen the back. You hold the MODE switch down and secure the back. The light will blink up to three times. Once means 'Tactical', twice 'Law Enforcement' and three 'Daily'. As such you will always have the modes you need close.
- Daily Mode: all lights modes are available. The light modes are set in the following order: low-med-high-turbo.
- Law Enforcement Mode: There are three light modes: medium, turbo and stroboscope. As soon as you turn the light on it will start in the turbo-mode.
- Tactical Mode: you can only use turbo and stroboscope. The light will immediately start in the Turbo mode.
Accessories for the NiteCore P22R
The NiteCore P22R comes with one NiceCore 18650, 3500mAh Li-Ion battery, USB-C charging cable, pocket clip, wrist strap, spare O-ring and battery holder. Extra plus: the flashlight comes with a plastic tactical holder. As such you don't have to worry about a worn-out nylon pouch.
If you use the turbo mode for a longer period of time the light will start to heat up. When the light reaches a temperature of 65 degrees Celsius or higher, the light will automatically drop the amount of lumen to lower the temperature. As soon as the temperature drops the light will switch back to the turbo mode.