NET-07-02

Nite Ize Tasklit LED Headlamp

Nite Ize Tasklit LED Headlamp

Description

The Nite Ize Tasklit LED Headlamp is the perfect hands-free nighttime lighting device.

Features

  • Provides a flood beam that illuminates a 4 foot area
  • Made with a high-quality elastic headband that adjusts easily to fit any size head
  • Easy to carry and comfortable to wear
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$9.99
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$8.65
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The bright, ambient glow of our ultra-light, comfortable LED TaskLit headlamp shows you the way in the dark, without blinding everyone else in the process.

The Nite Ize TaskLit is the perfect hands-free nighttime lighting device. Its parabolic LED lens illuminates a four-foot area with a full flood beam that's gentle on night vision - yours and everyone else's. Made with a high-quality elastic headband that adjusts easily to fit any head size, it weighs only .8 ounces, so it's easy to carry and comfortable to wear. Push the water-resistant lamp once for steady glow mode (for reading, working, and navigating in the dark), twice for continuous flash (for running, cycling, or any time you want to alert others of your presence). Our TaskLit comes with long-life replaceable batteries, and is available in white.

  • Parabolic LED Lens provides a flood beam that illuminates a 4 foot area, creating the perfect hands- free task light
  • Glow Mode - LED area light / battery life: 20 hours
  • Flash Mode - for safety & signaling / battery life: 25 hours
  • Weight: .8 ounces / 23 grams
  • Easily replaceable 2 x 2016 3V lithium battery included
  • Water resistant
  • High quality woven elastic headband adjusts from 14" - 27" to comfortably fit any head size.

 

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Nite Ize Tasklit LED Headlamp NET-07-02 Tasklit LED headlamp, white
$8.65
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