Petzl Tikka XP²
Headlamp with 1 high-output LED, 1 red LED and five lighting modes (three continuous and two blinking) and Wide Angle lens
The Tikka XP˛ headlamp integrates two light sources as well as a Wide Angle lens with a simple open-close feature, allowing the user to choose between a long distance focalized beam and flood beam proximity lighting. This headlamp is equipped with a white high-output LED and a red LED. The white LED delivers 80 lumens in maximum mode and lights up to 68 meters. In economic mode, it can reach a burn-time of 190 hours. The red LED provides lighting to preserve night vision or to become a blinking light for increased safety, for example in an urban environment, etc. TIKKA XP˛ can be used with lithium batteries to decrease weight or increase performance in cold weather.
- One high-output white LED
- Electronic push-button switch
- Three white lighting modes (maximum, economic and flashing mode)
- Two red lighting modes (continuous and blinking)
- Lightning mode is selected by pressing the push-button (withe or red)
- Battery pack is easy to open
- Light beam can be aimed
- ADAPT system is quick to mount
- Battery charge indicator light
- Single compartment contains LEDs and batteries
- Focused or wide beam with Wide Angle lens
- Integrated whistle aids calling for help during daytime or when visibility is limited
- Adjustable headband
- Compatible with lithium batteries
- Lumen: 80 lm (maximum)
- Battery life: 190 h (economic)
- Distance: 68 m (maximum)
- Operates on three alkaline AAA/LR03 batteries (included)
- Degree of protection: IP X4 (water-resistant)
- Weight: 88 g (including batteries (36 g))
Please pay attention to the following when using batteries:
"Empty or used batteries or rechargeable batteries must not be disposed of in your household waste! According to the legal battery ordinance, all consumers are obligated to return batteries. Used batteries can be returned free of charge at public collection points or at the stores. As batteries and rechargeable batteries not only contain Cadmium (Cd) and lead but can also contain quicksilver (Hg), an environmentally suitable disposable is imperative. Pay attention to the following safety notices:
- Never throw batteries into fire, they can explode.
- Never try to charge a battery that is not explicitly declared as rechargeable (danger of explosion!)
- Always store batteries out of the reach of children.
- Until their disposal, used batteries should not be stored in the house in large quantities. Used batteries are often not fully discharged. If these ""active"" batteries get into contact with each other they can become a risk to safety (high heat generation!)"
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