Tikka Headlamp

Tikka Headlamp

$29.95

Simple and compact, the TIKKA headlamp offers 300 lumen brightness and a flood beam for proximity lighting and some movement. It is useful for outdoor activities such as camping, hiking or when traveling. The phosphorescent reflector helps you find it in the dark, and the red lighting prevents members of a group from blinding each other. TIKKA comes with 3 standard batteries and is also compatible with the CORE rechargeable battery, thanks to the HYBRID CONCEPT design.

Brightness: 300 lumens

Weight: 82g

Beam pattern: flood

Energy: Three AAA/LR03 batteries (included) or CORE rechargeable battery (available as accessory)

*note: 2019 models offer 200 lumen brightness.

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