BioLite Headlamp 330 - Midnight Gray

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BioLite Headlamp 330 - Midnight Gray Info & Specs

A headlamp so comfortable, you'll forget you're wearing it. This headlamp delivers excellent fit, versatile lighting modes, and USB rechargeability so you can leave the disposable batteries behind. It's time to try a headlamp you'll keep on your head and not around your neck. 

  •          On/Off/Lock Button - Switch between modes and lock HeadLamp to prevent accidental contact
  •          Flood Lens - Great for wide angle light, up to 100 Lm
  •          Spot Lens - Great for task lighting or illuminating your path, up to 230 Lm
  •          Articulating Front Bezel - One-handed tilt directs your light to where you need it
  •          Recharge via micro USB - Leave the alkalines at home and recharge using Biolite gear or an outlet
  •          Recharge via micro USB - Leave the alkalines at home and recharge using Biolite gear or an outlet
  •          Moisture-Wicking Smart Fabric - Keeps your forehead comfortable and dry during activity
  •          Reflective Strip - Enhances visibility from behind
  •          Battery Indicator LEDs - Monitor your battery power remaining
  •          Easy-Adjust Clips - Slides to fit head sizes from children to adults with helmets
  •          Up to 40 hours runtime, 3.5 hours on high
  •          Max Output 330 Lumens
  •          Red Night Vision Included
  •          Brightness Memory

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