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Lucido TXLite
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Lucido TXLite

Lucido TXLite

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Lucido TXLite

Manufacturer: Mammut

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Page By: Hotoven

Created/Edited: Nov 16, 2009 / Dec 30, 2009

Object ID: 6632

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Product Description

Seeing what others don't, the ultra-lightweight Mammut Lucido TXLite Headlamp packs lighting punch at a mere 1 oz.. Perfect for high standard mountaineering and endurance adventures, its Total Reflex Optics provide a uniform pattern of performance light from a HiFlux.LED at an outstanding light range of 41 m.. Three brightness-levels (Maximum to Economy) customize lighting to conserve battery power when the situation requires less than high intensity illumination. With 45 degrees of lighted area, the maximum battery life is 120 hours.


# 1 HiFlux LED with 3 settings provides 41m of light range (on high) and up to 130 hrs. of battery life (on low)
# Total Reflex Optics lens focuses light efficiently and evenly across your field of vision for excellent peripheral vision
# Switchlock mechanism prevents light from accidentally being turned on while in your pack
# Battery check function allows you to monitor the life of your batteries
# Operates on 3 AAA batteries, included


Bulb type 1 LED
Weight with batteries 2.5 ounces
Dimensions 2.5 x 1.25 x 1 inches
Brightness levels 3
Beam type Flood
Regulated output No
Battery life at 70 degrees High: 80 / medium: 100 / low: 130 hours
Batteries 3 AAA
Material Plastic



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Voted 5/5

I have used this quite a bit, and am very happy with it. What amazes me most is how light weight it is with the batteries in it. It also has a nifty locking switch on the side which keeps the on/off switch from being pushed on by accident while its in your backpack or traveling. This saves your batteries. I have had other head lamps where they switch on by mistake while in my pack. This was bad news because it was useless when I needed it.
Its options for three different lighting powers are nice as well. If your around camp and don't need a blast of light, low is a good option, conserving battery power.
Over all, I would give it an A for being an outstanding headlamp at an affordable price.
Posted Dec 30, 2009 12:12 am

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