Tikka Headlamp

Tikka Headlamp

Petzl

$34.95

Simple and compact, the TIKKA headlamp offers 350 lumens of brightness and a flood beam for proximity lighting and some movement. 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.

Homogeneous and comfortable proximity lighting:
- Wide, uniform beam so you can comfortably see up-close or at your feet
- Three white lighting levels: MAX BURN TIME, STANDARD (better power/burn time balance) and MAX POWER
- Continuous red lighting to preserve night vision without blinding those around you, and strobe to signal your location, especially in emergency situations

Easy to use:
- Single button for quick and easy selection of brightness or light color
- Plate allows you to easily tilt the lamp up or down
- Battery charge indicator shows the battery level each time lamp is turned on or off
- Useful phosphorescent reflector for locating the lamp in the dark
- LOCK function prevents the lamp from turning on during transit or storage
- Detachable, washable headband that is symmetrical for easy adjustment
- Storage pouch allows it to be transformed into a lantern
- Automatically detects the energy source and adjusts lighting performance

Weight: 3.3oz / 94g

Description

Simple and compact, the TIKKA headlamp offers 350 lumens of brightness and a flood beam for proximity lighting and some movement. 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.

Homogeneous and comfortable proximity lighting:
– Wide, uniform beam so you can comfortably see up-close or at your feet
– Three white lighting levels: MAX BURN TIME, STANDARD (better power/burn time balance) and MAX POWER
– Continuous red lighting to preserve night vision without blinding those around you, and strobe to signal your location, especially in emergency situations

Easy to use:
– Single button for quick and easy selection of brightness or light color
– Plate allows you to easily tilt the lamp up or down
– Battery charge indicator shows the battery level each time lamp is turned on or off
– Useful phosphorescent reflector for locating the lamp in the dark
– LOCK function prevents the lamp from turning on during transit or storage
– Detachable, washable headband that is symmetrical for easy adjustment
– Storage pouch allows it to be transformed into a lantern
– Automatically detects the energy source and adjusts lighting performance

Weight: 3.3oz / 94g

Additional information

Weight86.0 oz
Option

Black, Blue, Green, Red 2019, White, Grey

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