Tunnel vision is eliminated by utilizing side mounted flood LEDs that create 180° “HALO style” lighting, illuminating the user’s peripheral vision and creating a more useful spread of light.
The rear facing red light and side mounted flood lights blink, while the focal spotlight remains solid on high power.
This ensures that the user is seen from all angles, but still allows the user to adequately illuminate the task at hand.
Weighing in at only 5.8oz, the light-weight low-profile design conforms to the specific user, keeping all mass close to the head and evenly distributed.
The FLEXIT Headlamp can easily be worn all night thanks to a laminated layer of foam and soft-touch felt, which not only emulates a pillow like softness, but also controls sweat in hot environments.
The direction of the center spotlight is adjustable, allowing the user to aim the light toward their desired focal point.
Use all the benefits of the FLEXIT Headlamp to increase your visibility and safety at the job site.
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The evolutionary design of the FLEXIT Headlamp increases overall usability no matter what the condition.
Use the FLEXIT Headlamp when camping, hiking, running, or biking. Mechanics and tradesmen will also appreciate the benefits of the low-profile design and “Halo” lighting to ensure all low-light tasks are well lit.
250 True Lumens
Center CREE LED spot light
Comfort fit foam
Fully flexible body
5 light modes
How do I turn off the FLEXIT Headlamp 2.5?
Press & HOLD the red power/mode button located on the battery case
When does the Rear Red Light turn on?
The rear red light turns on when the front lights are on. The rear red light flashes during the Hazard mode.
How many modes are there?
There are five (5) modes.
1. High Spot/High Flood
2. High Spot
3. Medium Spot/High Flood
4. Low Spot/High Flood
5. High Spot/Flashing Flood & Rear Red
California Prop. 65 WARNING:
This product can expose you to chemicals including Bis(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate DEHP and Dibutyl phthalate DBP, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.