Petzl E89 P TacTikka XP Adapt LED Headlamp with 3 Colored Lenses, Black
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- Light source can be attached to multiple mounts
- Belt clip attaches to webbing, belts, straps, and packs; molle compatible
- The universal mount has 3M adhesive foam tape to attach to helmets, glass, fiberglass glass, and more
- Light rotates 360-degrees on all 3 mounts
- TacTikka XP provides 3 lighting levels and red flip filter for night vision
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|Package Height||2.3 x 5.6 x 9.1 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.4 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
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From the Manufacturer
The Tactikka XP Adapt is the next evolution in lighting from Petzl. The Adapt kit allows the user to move the light from the head and place it on the waist, sternum strap, helmet, or other surfaces via a series of mounts. This kit includes a high output LED headlamp with three lighting levels (maximum, optimum and economic), boost mode and a strobe mode. Also includes three colored wide angle lenses (red, green, blue and transparent) and a carrier for a second lens located on the headband. Battery level indicator light warns user when batteries are 70% and 90% discharged. The kit also includes three different mounts: head band, belt clip and universal mount. The head band can be worn around a head or on a helmet. The belt clip attaches to 1 or 2 inch webbing (i.e. sternum strap, waist strap) as well LBV and is molle compatible. The universal mount has a 3M adhesive foam backing that allows it to attach to numerous surfaces like glass, fiberglass, campers, helmets, nylon, painted surfaces, etc.
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Top customer reviews
THIS HAS 3 LEVELS of light ! High, Medium and LOW! Plus the wide angle makes it just right for reading without blinding yourself.
Not sure why Petzel no longer includes the LOW level on any of its new lamps.
Last note- UPS mangled the package... like a dog chewed it up- main reason i called thinking parts were missing. but it was free shipping... thanks Amazon!
Light is bright
Light has a "boost" button that can crank up the power as long as you hold it
Interchangeable filters to change the color of the light (green is my favorite)
Comes with both an adhesive mounting platform and a head strap
Light capable of always-on, flashing, and dimming
Light isn't always securely connected to mount base
Buttons very small
On/off button doesn't always function the same (what may be a one-click on/off one time may cycle through flash/dim/off next time) - This is probably triggered by something I've done
Color filters not super easily changed out
Is this lamp worth the price? - Yes, I think so.
Is it versatile and useful? - Yes and Yes.
I think Petzl may have left me a lifetime fan, I hope the headlamp continues to impress.
Note: ONLY get the one with the middle head strap like this one. It makes wearing it much more secure and comfortable!
I've used it for working on the car, mowing the lawn at night (long story), as an alternative to turning all the house lights on and off as I go downstairs in the middle of the night for water runs (yeah yeah, I know...), reading in the car at night, and a dozen other things. Despite my heavy use, I still haven't had to change the batteries yet either.
It's also worth mentioning that the filters work very well. They all diffuse the beam very nicely and evenly, and the red one is very useful for star gazing or any other activity where you need to see in the dark without destroying your night vision. Most of the time when I'm using the lamp I have the white diffusing filter on.
Over all, I couldn't be happier with this product. Actually, there is one thing that could make me happier: I'd like it if the top strap was detachable. Other than that, this product is perfect!
The sliding lens (I stick with clear, vs. colors) quickly diffuses the otherwise strong, focused beam (with three instensity settings), to practical, near-field area lighting. Ever drop something--somewhere--in the grass at night and try to scan for it with an intense, three-inch dot of light?
The body tilts to light subjects/areas which are not directly in front of your head (eg. working on your belly or back, sharing your beam with someone nearby, etc.)
I use 2500mAh rechargeable AAAs and get a lot of mileage between charges in any weather. The battery access is gasketed--never a problem in wet conditions.
Eventually found my original, Tikka XP (which was a gift from my daughters)--so I'm now sporting two excellent headlamps and a case of perma-grin.