A little light with a whole lot of technology. With features including three light functions, a tilting head, blinking rear safety light and transport lock, the NEO4 headlamp packs a whole lot into a lightweight, affordable package.

The NEO4 is a great headlamp for runners, weighing only 100g and providing extra safety with a red blinking rear light and a reflective headband. You can manage your battery life with two energy modes – energy saving for long runs and constant current if you need a constant amount of light. The low battery warning system first warns you when you have over an hour of battery life remaining, preventing you from suddenly being stranded in the dark.

Comes with: 3 x AAA batteries.

Features:
Smart Light Technology (SLT) Offers 3 different light functions (high power, low power, blink) and 2 energy modes (constant current & energy saving)
Tiltable lamp head So you can angle the light where you need it
Low battery message system First warns you one hour before the battery dies to prevent you from being stranded in the dark
Transport lock Prevents the light from being switched on by accident
Red blinking light on the back for safety Blinking light means you are easily seen from behind
Detachable, washable headband Made from high quality material that absorbs sweat, is comfortable to wear and soft against your skin
Headband is reflective Extra safety feature when around vehicles
IP57 waterproof & dust protection rating Waterproof to depth of 1 metre, protected against dust that would interfere with the functioning of the headlamp

Specifications
Brightness (High): 240 lumens
Brightness (Low): 20 lumens
Beam Range (High): 30m
Beam Range (Low): 10m
Burn Time (High): 6 hours
Burn Time (Low): 40 hours
Water/Dust resistance: IP57
Weight: 100g
Batteries: 3 x AAA (included)
SLT Light Functions: High Power, Low Power, Blink
SLT Energy Modes: Constant Current, Energy Saving

Weight 0.1 kg
colour

Blue, Green, Black, Pink

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