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Description

Viper is a 240 lumen head torch that's reliable, rainproof, adaptable and compact featuring a reactive lighting mode that adapts to the proximity of your environment and activity.

There are 5 standard lighting modes, from 15 lumen side lights to a 240 lumen high beam. Burn times range from 5 hours at maximum to 115 hours on low with a 115m beam distance.

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The light unit can tilt forwards for navigating and the removable and adjustable overhead strap gives a good, balanced fit perfect for dynamic activites. At just 95 grams it's light enough that you’ll forget you’re wearing it.

We've made Viper simple to use, even wearing liner gloves, with 1 button to change between standard modes, and another to activate the reactive lighting mode.

Viper has a water resistance rating of IPX6, so it’s rainproof but not submersible. It takes 3 x AAA batteries and is compatible with good quality alkaline, NiMh rechargeable or NiCd rechargeable batteries.

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Features

Key Features

  • Rainproof head torch with reactive light sensor mode for all-round use
  • Designed to strike the balance between brightness, burn time and beam distance
  • Light sensor mode reacts automatically to your proximity and environment
  • Overhead strap gives a secure fit that doesn’t bounce around as you run
  • Lightweight and compact, ideal for having on you just in case
  • 5 standard lighting modes, from 15 – 240 lumens
  • Maximum burn time of 115 hours (on low power)
  • 3 Year Alpine Bond

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Performance

Mode Brightness Beam Distance Burn time
Main High 240 lm 115 m 5 h
Main Med 105 lm 75 m 13 h
Main Low 20 lm 35 m 115 h
Side 15 lm 7 m 17 h

Dimensions

Weight: 95g
Size: 62 x 48 x 40mm

Specs

Light: 240 lumens
Bulb: 1 x Luxeon TX White LED, 1 x 6 mm Nichia white LED
Energy: 3 x AAA good quality alkaline, NiMh rechargeable or NiCd rechargeable
IP rating: IPX6 (Protected from total dust ingress. Protected from high pressure water jets from any direction.)

Origin: China

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