R200H-09-R7

Nite Ize Radiant 200 Headlamp

Nite Ize Radiant 200 Headlamp
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Radiant® 200 Headlamp

Simple, elegant, bright, a good fit - what we're all seeking in that certain someone, or something, like our 200 Lumen Radiant Headlamp with red and white LEDs, multiple modes, and a comfortable strap.

The Radiant 200 Headlamp is intensely bright and multi-functional. Featuring 200 Lumens, dual color, red and white LEDs, with multiple modes including both spot and flood, it is an extremely versatile hands-free lighting solution.

The Radiant 200 Headlamp is intensely bright and multi-functional. Featuring 200 Lumens, dual-color red and white LEDs, with multiple modes including both high and low white spot and white flood or red flood mode to preserve night vision; it is an extremely versatile hands-free lighting solution. The water-resistant (IPX4), impact-resistant (drop-proof to 2 meters) polycarbonate body integrates with a comfortable, high quality adjustable strap and can be angled 90 degrees for appropriate light direction. Powered by three included AAA batteries, this headlamp can illuminate your way for up to 50 hours before needing to swap out for new ones.

Features:
  • 200 Lumens
  • Multi-mode switch for high/low spot and white or red flood modes
  • Red LEDs preserve night vision
  • Weather resistant
  • Impact resistant (drop proof to 2M)
  • 90° tilt angle
  • Comfortable, high quality, adjustable strap
  • Powered by 3 included AAA batteries
  • Dimensions: 2.26" x 1.78" x 1.54" (60mm x 45.2mm x 39mm)
  • Weight: 3.2oz (90g)
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