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Pelican 2760 v.2 Dual-Spectrum LED Headlight (Translucent Red)

BH #PE2760CHLRED • MFR #027600-0101-170
Pelican
Pelican 2760 v.2 Dual-Spectrum LED Headlight (Translucent Red)
Key Features
  • 95- / 204-Lumen Main White Light
  • 42-Lumen White Downcast Light
  • White and Red Flashing Signal Modes
  • Red LED Preserves Night Adjusted Vision
The translucent red 2760 v.2 Dual-Spectrum LED Headlight from Pelican features a 204-lumen maximum output main white LED, two downcast LEDs that output 42-lumen, and a low-power red LED to preserve night-adjusted vision. In addition to the 133-lumen high output from the main LED, there is a dimmer 95-lumen low mode and flashing signal mode. The downcast lights illuminate the area directly in front of you for walking in the dark or performing tasks. Its red LED also has a flashing mode that lets you signal your hunting partner, without spooking game.
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Pelican 2760 V.2 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Light Performance
  • 3Switching
  • 4Construction Details

The translucent red 2760 v.2 Dual-Spectrum LED Headlight from Pelican features a 204-lumen maximum output main white LED, two downcast LEDs that output 42-lumen, and a low-power red LED to preserve night-adjusted vision. In addition to the 133-lumen high output from the main LED, there is a dimmer 95-lumen low mode and flashing signal mode. The downcast lights illuminate the area directly in front of you for walking in the dark or performing tasks. Its red LED also has a flashing mode that lets you signal your hunting partner, without spooking game.

A ratcheting mechanism enables the head to pivot up to 45° for precise beam placement. The translucent red polycarbonate housing is temperature, corrosion, and impact resistant, and it is IPX4 rated for water resistance. Its elasticized headband is adjustable to fit most heads. The 2760 runs on three widely available AAA alkaline batteries.

Light Performance
  • Low: 95 lumens
  • High: 204 lumens
  • Downcast: 42 lumens
  • Flashing mode
  • One red Led emitter
  • Three white LED emitters
  • Two downward-facing LEDs light directly in front, without turning head fully down
  • Flashing mode acts as a location beacon
  • Red auxiliary LED for preserving night-adapted vision
  • Red LED features constant and flashing modes
Switching
  • Type: Pushbutton
  • Location: Top of housing
  • Press to cycle through outputs
Construction Details
  • Translucent Red polycarbonate housing
  • Head pivots 45° for precise beam placement
  • Ratcheting pivot mechanism securely holds light in desired position
  • Adjustable headband fits most heads
  • IPX4 rated for water-resistance
  • Runs on three AAA alkaline batteries
  • Battery level indicator

Pelican 2760 V.2 Specs

General
Illumination Source
3x White LED
1x Red LED
Battery Type
3x AAA
Physical
Dimensions
W: 2.3 x H: 1.8 x D: 1.5" / W: 5.7 x H: 4.4 x D: 3.8 cm
Weight
2.1 oz / 60 g (Without Batteries)
3.4 oz / 96 g (With Batteries)
Packaging Info
Package Weight
0.32 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)
7.55 x 4.3 x 2.85"

Pelican 2760 V.2 Reviews

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question

Can you use both light modes at the same time?
Asked by: Nicole A.
Sequentially, but not simultaneously.
Answered by: John B.
Date published: 2019-01-17

question

How effective is the red light ?
Asked by: Liz
it works great. overall great package for the price.
Answered by: steve s.
Date published: 2018-08-26

question

Does it work well with NiMH batteries ?
Asked by: Pierre V.
The headlight will work as well with Nimh batteries as alkaline batteries.The only problem I have with NiMHbatteries is when their charge is almost depleted,the light output drops rapidly.If this drop off in light doesn't bother you,go for it.
Answered by: Daniel G.
Date published: 2018-08-26
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