Petzl Tikkina Headlamp
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- Technology: STANDARD LIGHTING
- Weight: 85 g; Beam pattern: wide
- Energy: 3 AAA/LR03 batteries (included); Certification(s): CE
- Battery compatibility: rechargeable Ni-MH
- Watertightness: IP X4 (weather resistant)
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|Package Height||0.5 x 1.1 x 1.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.25 pounds|
|Sport Type||Camping & Hiking|
FEATURES of the Petzl Tikkina Headlamp Maximum brightness of 80 lumens, with a range of 30 meters Several proximity lighting modes adapt to each situation Ambient mode: wide beam with reduced brightness, provides a long battery life Proximity lighting mode: wide, comfortable beam for close-range vision Push-button for easy, quick lighting mode selection Elastic headband adjusts easily Washable headband Battery case opens easily for changing batteries
Top customer reviews
The only thing that could improve this product would be if the strap was removable/washable. Because I use it for running I inevitably sweat on it and sometimes it feels like my attempts at hand washing the strap without washing the lamp seems to have its shortcomings.
I can't say how long the batteries have held up though, because the only time I switched them out is when I got paranoid that batteries might die on me because they had been in there to long.
I'm sticking with Petzl headlamps from here on out.
I have had several Petzl headlamps which have evolved positively in functionality (e.g. operating the switch with a gloved hand) and the Tikkina is, in my opinion, the perfect end result. The default "on" is bright enough for almost any pre-dawn trekking, approach, or climbing, without fear of running the batteries down. And if you occasionally need extra light, it is available with an extra click.