Petzl MYO XP Belt High-output Headlamp (Head Torch)

Price: £56.00

Petzl MYO XP Belt High-output headlamp (head torch).  Ideally suited for running.

This is the belt version of the New Myo XP. It features the same head unit as the standard Myo XP but with a belt mounted battery pack to reduce the on head weight. The battery lead has a quick disconnect to make threading the lead easier and the battery pack can be replaced with a rechargeable battery pack (sold seperately). Ideal for use in cold environments as you can keep your batteries warm and get better performance out of them. The Myo XP Belt also features a permanent top strap rather than the optional one with the standard Myo XP.

Petzl Myo XP Belt

 

3 lighting levels, Boost mode and Wide Angle lens

More powerful

  • new LED : 3 times brighter
  • shines up to 97 meters
  • 150 lumens (Boost mode), 85 lumens (Maximum level)

Headlamp can adapt to your lighting needed

  • ability to adapt the light's brightness to the activity : 3 lighting levels (maxi mum, optimum, economic)
  • Wide Angle lens allows to quickly switch from flood beam proximity lighting to focused long-distance lighting in a single movement
  • Boost mode increases power if needed, while optimizing energy consumption and weight (175 g including batteries)
  • perfect for endurance-oriented activities: 180 h light duration at economic level
  • light body is tiltable to direct the light beam where needed

Comfortable and stable

  • compact design
  • adjustable elastic headband
  • top strap included (not attached on the MYO XP) to increase stablility if needed

Reliable and durable

  • battery charge indicator light : warns when batteries are 70% and then 90% discharged
  • buttons are protected when light body is in up position
  • bulb does not need to be replaced
  • water resistant for all-weather use
Certification

CE

Technical specifications

  • New color : dark grey, bla ck headband with grey graphics.
  • Water resistant for all-weather use.
  • Wide Angle Lens made of impact resistant polycarbonate.
  • Operates on 3 AA/LR6 batteries (included).
  • Weight: 175 g including batteries.
  • 3-year guarantee


MYO XP BELT

High-output headlamp (head torch), 3 lighting levels, Boost mode, Wide Angle lens and remote battery pack

  • Rechargeable battery recall
  • More powerful
  • new LED : 3 times brighter
  • shines up to 97 meters
  • 150 lumens (Boost mode), 85 lumens (Maximum level)

Headlamp can adapt to your lighting needs

  • Ability to adapt the light's brightness to the activity : 3 lighting levels (maximum, optimum, economic)
  • Wide Angle lens allows to quickly switch from flood beam proximity lighting to focused long-distance lighting in a single movement
  • Boost mode increases power if needed, while optimizing energy consumption and weight (175 g including batteries)
  • Perfect for endurance-oriented activities: 180 h light duration at economic level
  • Light body is tiltable to direct the light beam where needed
  • Battery pack can be quickly changed out: simple and quick connector system connects the battery pack to the headlamp.
  • Designed for use in cold temperatures and reduces the weight worn on the head
  • battery pack can be worn under clothing to help conserve battery power
  • weight worn on the head is reduced to 75 g

Comfortable and stable

  • compact design
  • adjustable elastic headband
  • top strap ensures the headlamp stays in place in case the cable gets pulled

Reliable and durable

  • battery charge indicator light : warns when batteries are 70% and then 90% discharged
  • buttons are protected when light body is in up position
  • bulb does not need to be replaced
  • water resistant for all-weather use

Certification

CE

Technical specifications

  • New color : dark grey, black headband with grey graphics.
  • Water resistant for all-weather use.
  • Wide Angle Lens made of impact resistant polycarbonate.
  • Operates on 3 AA/LR6 batteries (included).
  • Weight : 220 g including batteries, 75 g on the head.
  • 3-year guarantee


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