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With expanded governmental approvals, this update of Pelican'sHeadsUp Lite LED Headlight boasts three LED emitters in the headlamp, set at a slight downward angle to illuminate the foreground, making it suitable for reading or performing tasks on the job or around the campsite. Simple pushbutton operation makes it easy to switch from the high 30-Lumens output using all three LEDs to the low 14-Lumens output utilizing just one LED to conserve battery power. The headlight comes with a cloth strap for comfort while wearing on your head and a rubber strap for securing to a hard hat or helmet. Power is supplied by three AAA batteries (included) which last up to 19 hours in high mode or 47 hours in low mode.
Low: 40 Lumens
High: 100 Lumens
Three White LED emitters
Fixed head angle places beam a comfortable distance in front for reading or performing tasks
Location: Top of housing
Press for low, press again for high, press again to turn off
Black polycarbonate housing
IPX4-rated to be water-resistant
Includes cloth headband and rubber headband
Runs on three included AAA alkaline batteries
Weighs 3.2 oz with batteries
In the Box
Pelican HeadsUp Lite 2610 LED Headlight v.2
Limited 1-Year Warranty
Table of Contents
3 x White LEDs
Low: 14 Lumens
High: 30 Lumens
3 x AAA Alkaline
Low: 47 h High: 19 h
ABS Resin Body, Polycarbonate Resin Lens
IPX4-rated, Water Resistant
Class I Division 1 Groups ABCD T4 ITS 10.0019X Ex ia IIC T4 Ga
1.5" / 3.8 cm
3.2 oz / 90.7 g with batteries 1.9 oz / 53.9 g without batteries
Pelican HeadsUp Lite 2610 LED Headlight v.2 Review