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Petzl TacTikka 3-LED Headlamp

Petzl TacTikka 3-LED Headlamp
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Discreet lighting preserves night vision with a red filter that covers LEDs and easy transition between red and white lighting with flip filter Lighting level can be adjusted to help conserve battery life.

3 LEDs produce flood beam lighting with a long burn time, up to 120 hours

Compact and lightweight: a single compartment contains both the LED and batteries, and it weight in at only 25 ounces (including batteries) Practical as the beam can be easily aimed where needed, and it features a comfortable and adjustable elastic headband

Specifications:

Weight with batteries: 25 ounces Battery type: 3 AAA Burn time: 120 hours
Red filter made of impact resistant polycarbonate
Water resistant for all-weather use
Operates on 3 AAA/LR03 batteries (included).
Weight : 78 g including batteries
3-year guarantee

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