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Nite Ize INOVA STS PowerSwitch Dual Power Rechargeable Headlamp

Nite Ize INOVA STS PowerSwitch Dual Power Rechargeable Headlamp
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INOVA® STS™ PowerSwitch™ Dual Power Rechargeable Headlamp

The chameleon of headlamps is here: the STS PowerSwitch features dual power options, dual LED colors, and multiple modes all in one compact, waterproof, durable body.

The first ever rechargeable, dual-power, two color LED, multi-mode headlamp with Swipe-To-Shine® technology can run on the included Lithium Ion battery pack, or on three AAA batteries while the battery pack recharges. The waterproof, impact-resistant body houses red and white LEDs with four modes, and features easy-to-use Swipe-To-Shine activation.

For nighttime adventures or emergency situations, no other headlamp provides the versatility and functionality of the 280 Lumen INOVA STS PowerSwitch Rechargeable Headlamp. This first ever rechargeable, dual-power, waterproof, two-color LED, multi-mode headlamp with Swipe-To-Shine_ technology can run on its included Lithium Ion battery, or on three AAA batteries while the other recharges. That means no delays in waiting to use your light while it recharges. The waterproof, impact-resistant body of the PowerSwitch is designed around the innovative Swipe Pad. This Swipe-To-Shine (STS) technology allows you to activate the light, easily change between the white or red light, or change between the four modes: high, variable dim, strobe, or lock-out. When lock out mode is activated you don't have to worry that your light will turn on while being transported or stored.

Features:
  • 280 Lumens
  • Dual power source: runs on included rechargeable 3.7V Lithium Ion battery pack (1100mAh) or three AAA batteries (not included)
  • Dual LED colors: white and red
  • Four modes: high, variable dim, strobe, and lock-out
  • Recharges in approximately 2 hours
  • Waterproof (IPX7)
  • Impact resistant (drop proof to 2M)
  • Durable polycarbonate body
  • Comfortable, high quality strap
  • Includes: rechargeable Lithium Ion battery pack and micro USB cable
  • Red LEDs will blink three times when battery life has 5 minutes remaining in high mode
  • Dimensions: 2.5" x 1.9" x 1.8" (63mm x 48mm x 45mm)
  • Weight: 2.3oz (66g)
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