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Petzl e+LITE

 
Petzl e+LITE

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Petzl e+LITE

Manufacturer: Petzl

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Page By: Bor

Created/Edited: Sep 8, 2007 / Sep 8, 2007

Object ID: 3897

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Product Description

The E+Lite has been designed primerily as an emergency or back-up lighting system that can be used as a headtorch or clipped to equipment and clothing, either to see or be seen. It's powered by two CR2032 Lithium coin cells with a shelf life of up to 10 years.

The Petzl e + LITE is actually marketed as a emergency lamp. But it’s compact design and versatility make it great for travelers. The two features I love about the e+LITE are the strap and the swivel.

The e+Lite isn’t on your typical, larger, elastic strap. Its on a thinner piece of elastic that can be easily adjusted with a clip in the back. You can wear it as a necklace ( yes, it’s fashionable too ) or around your wrist.

The swivel that the actual lamp sits on allows you a full 360 degrees of motion. No longer will you have to tilt your head just right to be able to read in your tent.

It is very useful and the big preference is that it is so small. You can forget on an old large lamps. I propose it.

Features

- 10 year guarantee.
- 3 white LEDs and 1 red LED.
- 2 lighting levels: economy and maximum.
- White and red strobe modes.
- Lithium CR2032 batteries (included).
- Weight of headlamp + batteries + case: 46 g.
- Waterproof down to -1 m.
- 10 year guarantee.
- Resistant to extreme temperatures : -30 °C to +60°C (-22°F to +140°F).
- Always ready for use with a shelf life of up to 10 years.
- Waterproof down to -1 m.
- Can be used in potentially explosive atmospheres (see certification specifications).
- Compact and ultra-light (27 g) - always carry it with you.
- Designed to prevent accidental operation : switch can be locked.
- Can shine up to 4 nights in a row (45 hours).

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coldworlderMagnifico

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This is the best micro headlamp, hands down - outright rocks.
Posted Sep 25, 2008 9:25 pm

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