NiteCore SpartPD D20 CREE XR-E LED Flashlight

NitecoreSKU: NTC-D20Q5

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Every detail of the NiteCore D20 was considered in depth. The result of which is no less than a work of art. The shape and functionality of the NiteCore D20 was considered without compromise and engineered with duty and durability in mind. Every cut angle, the size and shape of the knurling and materials and finish are all the result of uncompromising design decisions. This is inline with NiteCore's philosophy of striving to put unique and the most innovative products into the hands of consumers like you!

Featuring a redesigned optical system that maximizes the number of photons that you get out of the business end while retaining a perfect beam pattern.

The NiteCore D20 is the first 2x AA SmartPD flashlight.

  • Unique electronically-controlled switch for optimum reliability
  • Unique infinitely-variable digitally-controlled brightness system
  • Safety lock-out
  • Direct access to minimum and maximum brightness modes
  • Straightforward, simple user interface
  • Military-grade aluminum alloy body construction
  • Extremely compact size and light weight suitable for EDC (every day carry)
  • Mil-Spec Type III Hard-Anodized finish
  • Impact- and drop-resistant according to US MIL-STD-810F
  • Waterproof to IPX-8 standard
  • Broad-voltage fully-regulated circuit compatible with primary and rechargeable AA batteries (not Li-ion batteries)
  • Built-in high-efficiency LED (Light Emitting Diode)
  • Maximum output of 180 torch lumens
  • Extended runtime of up to 150 hours
  • Polished metal reflector with orange-peel texturing
  • Impact-resistant optical window with Dual-Coating™ technique
  • Tactical lanyards braided with military grade 550 parachute-cord
  • Able to tail-stand to act as a candle


Dimensions: Total length 154mm; Bezel Diameter 25mm; Tail Diameter 23mm;
Weight: 120g
Battery: powered by 2 AA batteries (including 1.2V AA rechargeable batteries - NOT LITHIUM-ION)

Output & Runtime

Maximum output is 180 lumens for about 1.5 hours (then the brightness declines to 50%)
Minimum output is 2 lumens (1%) for about 150 hours (then the brightness declines to 50%)

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