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The TACTIKKA XP headlamp comes in colors for specific outdoor activities like hunting or fishing. Its functionality, as well as its four Wide Angle lenses (red, green, blue and transparent), make this lamp perfect for the demanding user. The sliding Wide Angle lens allows the user to switch from a focused beam to a wide beam with one quick movement. This headlamp has three lighting levels for any situation and a flashing mode for signaling the user's presence. It also has a Boost mode to temporarily increase light intensity up to 50 meters, as well as a lamp body that can easily be aimed with one hand. The battery charge indicator light allows the user to easily keep track of battery life.

Petzl Tactikka XP Headlamp

PT#: E89 PD

Petzl Tactikka XP Headlamp

:: Specifications

  • Available in two colors:
    • E89 PC: olive drab, camouflage band
    • E89 PD: desert tan, solid desert tan band
    Wide Angle lenses (red, green, blue and transparent) made of impact resistant polycarbonate
  • Operates on three AAA/LR03 batteries (included)
  • Degree of protection: IP X4 (water-resistant)
  • 3-year guarantee
  • CE

:: Features

  • Discreet proximity lighting preserving night vision:
    • Colored (red, green, blue) and transparent Wide Angle lenses included
    • Interchangeable lenses
    • Carrier for second lens located on headband
    A single light source that addresses multiple lighting needs:
    • Three lighting levels (maximum, optimum, economic)
    • Two lighting modes (continuous and flashing)
    • Flood beam for sharp proximity lighting (Wide Angle lens)
    • Spot beam shines up to 35 meters
    • Boost mode: shines 50 meters for up to 20 seconds
    Compact and lightweight:
    • Single compartment contains LED and batteries
    • Weighs less than 100 g including batteries
    Battery charge indicator light:
    • Warns when the batteries are 70 % and 90 % discharged

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