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Nitecore RSW1 Remote Pressure Switch for MT2C - MT25 - MT26 - MT40 - MH2C - MH25 - MH40 - P12, P25, SRT6, and SRT7 flashlights

Nitecore RSW1 Remote Pressure Switch for MT2C - MT25 - MT26 - MT40 - MH2C - MH25 - MH40 - P12, P25, SRT6, and SRT7 flashlights
Nitecore RSW1 Remote Pressure Switch for MT2C - MT25 - MT26 - MT40 - MH2C - MH25 - MH40 - P12, P25, SRT6, and SRT7 flashlights
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Description
NiteCore RSW1 Remote Pressure Switch

Now you can weapon mount your Nitecore flashlight and us a remote pressure switch thanks to the RSW1 Remote Pressure switch from NiteCore. This pressure switch fits most of the MT-series, MH-series lights, as well as the P25 Smilodon. Get full functionality with this tough-built remote switch that is rugged yet refined so you'll always be on target.

Features:
  • Fits: P12, P25, MT25, MT26, MT40, MH2C, MH12, MH25, MH40, SRT6, & SRT7
  • 3-button switch with the ability to change modes
  • Coiled cord for easy, versatile mounting options
Specifications
Reviews
By Chris
Denver, Colorado
April 8, 2018
Gets the job done. Keep it simple
Great for momentary on mode, however in order to change brightness you'll still need to press the button on the flashlight. Works great on my Mossberg 500 Flex series, I used a zip tie to keep the cable manageable.
By Devin
Maryland
March 9, 2015
Need different options
I bought two P12 lights and got two of these with them and mounted one to my home defense rifle. I wish Nitecore made different length cords because my light is right above my VFG and I can't find a good way to keep the wire flat against the rail to avoid Murphy's Law, you know.

Also, due to removing the pressure pad from the bicycle tire inner tube on my vfg numerous times, the wires in the cord were more than likely ripped out of the pad because it doesn't work at all now. All in all, it's a worthy purchase if you know what to do with a long cord and aren't too hard on your product. It should work fine for bumps in the night at your house.
Prospad is comfortable, not too sensitive cord touched heated gas block briefly and didn't effect internal wires if pad becomes inoperable, on/off button is an option
Consexcessive wire length can cause snags if wire isn't flattened out against the rail poor attachment of cord to the pad caused an inoperable switch need optional cord lengths for purchase
By Stan
Atlanta
January 17, 2015
Excellent accessory for SRT6 flashlight
This pressure switch works as advertised and is very versatile. It is an excellent companion for the Nitecore SRT6.
By TJ
Albany, GA
December 12, 2014
Works Great!
Works as described.
By Urban Farmer
Columbus Ohio
December 10, 2014
For gun mount
So far, nicer than the Fenix version.
Cutouts where the switches are are easy to find by touch. Quiet.
Still can't find out how to mount to plastic fore grip. Industrial Velcro did not stick
ProsNice quality for the price
ConsVery rubbery switch, hard to glue down so far
Q&A
1 Question & 1 Answer
Jack
from GA asked:
April 22, 2015
Will this work with Nitecore MH12?
1 Answer
Yes, the RSW1 is compatible with the MH12.
Customer Service
on April 22, 2015

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