Petzl® NAO Rechargeable Self Adjusting LED Headlamp
- Rechargeable headlamp with self-adjusting lighting
- Reactive Lighting technology
- More comfort, fewer manual adjustments, longer battery life
- Two high powered LEDs - big output up to 355 Lumens
- Built-in sensor detects ambient lighting and distance of objects in field of view
- Two modes
- Li-Ion rechargeable battery
- Also runs on two AAA alkaline batteries
- Lockable, multifunction on/off switch
- Zephyr adjustable headband with extra top strap for technical activities
- IP X4 water resistance rating
This headlamp offers Petzl's customized lighting, with OS by Petzl software (free for download at www.petzl.com/OS). This feature allows the user to: - regulate light intensity and lighting time and distance based on the activity - register up to 4 activity profiles on the headlamp for direct activation based on your needs - create up to 5 lighting levels per mode - create and share personalized profiles
Manufacturer model #: E36 A.
Choose a Petzl headlamp and enjoy the performance that comes from years of experience and innovation. The concept of a hands-free light on a headband was pure innovation in 1972, when Fernand Petzl invented the first headlamp. Freeing the hands and providing a beam of light always oriented in the direction the user looks, the headlamp was a revelation that has since become a standard for safety and efficiency. Petzl remains at the forefront of
the industry, offering headlamps that meet demands ranging from extreme recreational pursuits to everyday professional demands.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by DrewB123 Very good light The lamp on this is AMAZING, My only wish was that I could have it light up to its full potential without having to put my finger over the top sensor portion. See the thing about this light is it has a self adjusting light that will not go to full power unless it is pitch black. If you want the full lumens you have to put tape or something over the sensor. Other than that I love this light. December 20, 2012
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