The Cloud Defensive MCH Duty High-Output Dual Fuel Handheld Light stands out as a formidable flashlight, redefining the standards for hard-use illumination tools. Boasting a potent 1,800 lumens and an impressive 50,000 candela, it ensures exceptional lighting in diverse situations. The light head, crafted from S7 tool steel and heat-treated to 51-55 Rockwell, exhibits outstanding durability. Enhanced by Black Nitride plating, it becomes an exceptionally rugged piece of equipment. Waterproof up to an IPX-8 rating, the MCH Duty can be submerged up to 100ft for 24 hours, making it a reliable companion for outdoor adventures or challenging environments.
Noteworthy is the massive hot spot with 50,000 Candela, providing extensive coverage for a wide field of vision. This feature proves advantageous in various scenarios, giving users a distinct edge. Powered by an 18650 battery, the MCH Duty follows the Dual Fuel concept, allowing for operation with two CR123 lights, ensuring a constant power source. What sets it apart is its full programmability, giving users control over the output with five selectable modes. The ability to change programming at any time adds a layer of customization to the lighting experience.
The inclusion of a standard, metal deep-carry pocket clip, made from spring steel and black nitride plated, ensures secure portability. It’s essential to note that the MCH Duty is not compatible with the KYDEX MCH HOLSTER. However, the package includes all necessary components—MCH Duty HO flashlight, Cloud Defensive branded UI2 charger, Cloud Defensive 18650 rechargeable battery, 3 Negligent Discharge (ND) protectors, and a Deep Carry Pocket Clip. Elevate your lighting capabilities with the Cloud Defensive MCH Duty High-Output Dual Fuel Handheld Light and experience top-tier performance tailored to your needs. Accept nothing less than the best.
- 1,800 Lumens
- 50,000 Candela
- Duel-Fuel compatible (18650 and CR123)
- 5 Mode Programmable functionality
- A neutral 5000k light temperature
- 60 minutes of full power run-time (120 minutes on medium power)