- Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces
- ASIN: B00GCHLXC4
- Item model number: E89BHB C
- Batteries 3 AAA batteries required. (included)
- Average Customer Review: 55 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #349,863 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Petzl Tactikka RGB Headlamp Camo One Size
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- Maximum brightness is 110 lumens over a distance of 45 meters
- Boost mode allows temporary access to a brightness of 125 lumens (50 meters)
- Constant Lighting: brightness does not decrease gradually as the batteries are drained
- Several modes and lighting colors adapt to each situation
- A mode adapted for close range vision: mixed beam with wide, uniform flood
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|Light Source Type||LED|
|Package Height||1.9 x 4.1 x 4.2 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.1 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
FEATURES of the Petzl Tactikka RGB Headlamp Maximum brightness is 110 lumens over a distance of 45 meters Boost mode allows temporary access to a brightness of 125 lumens (50 meters) Constant Lighting: brightness does not decrease gradually as the batteries are drained Several modes and lighting colors adapt to each situation A mode adapted for close range vision: mixed beam with wide, uniform flood Modes adapted for movement: mixed beam with focused component allows user to move around comfortably Boost mode for temporary access to maximum power Red, green and blue lighting for proximity vision while remaining discreet and preserving night vision Strobe mode for signaling one's presence, accessible at any time Battery life management allows user to easily anticipate battery replacement Automatically switches to reserve mode when batteries are almost drained (signaled by blinking light) Push-button is easy to use, even with gloves on Headband adjusts easily with buckle, for easy donning Washable headband Battery case opens easily for changing batteries SPECIFICATIONS of the Petzl Tactikka RGB Headlamp Weight: 85 g Max brightness: 110 lumens (125 lumens in boost mode) Lighting technology: Constant Lighting Beam type: mixed Power: 3 AAA/LR03 batteries (included) Battery compatibility: rechargeable Ni-Mh batteries and lithium batteries Certification(s): CE Watertightness: IP X4, weather resistant Guarantee: 3 years
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The headlamp I was thinking of getting before this model came out was the Petzl TacTikka XP which I liked over comparable headlamps from Black Diamond, Princeton, and others. Glad I waited as the TacTikka + RGB is even better!
Edit - Forgot to say that there are no interchangeable colored disks on the TacTikka + RGB like there are for the TacTikka XP. The colored light selections are built right into the housing so no parts to have to change or lose.
Anyway, this is the best headlamp I've ever owned. I expect many years of outdoor use with it. Actually, I keep it alongside my bed at home too and it's been useful around the house at night when i don't want to turn on the lights and disturb my wife. I highly recommend this headlamp.
I have attached photos of what arrived. Look that the photo showing the top of the headlight (tan plastic with the logo and dark green oval button). There is a large gap between the dark green plastic and the tan plastic. These two pieces are hinged together and open to the battery compartment (see other included photo). That gap will allow even the slightest bit of water, or even dirt, inside the battery compartment. Again, I have never seen this item described as waterproof, weather resistant, ruggedized, etc., but it is shown as being utilized in an outdoor environment. I have used many headlamps before over the years, including a couple from Petzl. None were as expensive as this one, but all were far superior in quality of materials.
I read the reviews and decided on the RGB. I had LASIK years ago, had to find someone with a magnifying glass to read the.manual to me, but I'm now proficient in its use.
The white levels rock in nonthreatening environments. The red light works, but the flashing mode sucks while hiking. The green mode works great for reading but do NOT look at your hands ( just saw my first zombie flick). The low white works for reading but it doesn't crank as low as my old one.
I glued the old back together and am wearing it now. I know better than to toss plastic stuff into a bag, and I know not to step on them. Omniprogear is a bookmark, just like Amazon.
Both lamps have respected roles in my adventures.