Cyclops, a leader in outdoor and illumination products introduces their new Ranger headlamp.
The Ranger headlamp is crafted for the hunter, hiker, or outdoor enthusiast expecting a rugged, durable and cost effective hands-free lighting tool. “Whether you are hunting in the Rockies or hiking the Appalachian Trail, the need for light gear is a must,” states Doug Mann, VP of Product Development, “we strive to develop products that maximize efficiency in the field, while maintaining integrity for the design.”
Blasting a CREE 1 Watt clear bulb for center light that shines over 80 Lumens of bright white light out to 200 ft, the Ranger also boasts 3 bottom green LED’s, 4 side red LED’s plus a red LED strobe feature. The ABS rubberized housing and IPX4 water resistant design protects the Ranger during intense inclement weather. With 310 minutes of run time from the 1 Watt bulb and 720 minutes from the LED lights, there is ample time to get out of the dark and back to camp. The Ranger is built to withstand harsh treatment from outdoorsmen with their new impact resistance feature. The adjustable nylon headband fits snuggly on all types of hats or helmets. The Ranger is powered by 3 AAA batteries (included).
Key Ranger Features:
• CREE 1 Watt clear bulb for center light -200ft beam distance – 310 minutes run time – 83 lumens
• 4 mode lighting; center white light, 3 bottom green LED’s, 4 side red LED’s, plus red LED strobe – 50 ft beam distance – 720 minutes run time – 20 lumens
• Adjustable nylon headband
• Weather resistant
• Impact resistant
• ABS rubberized housing for durability
• Powered by 3 AAA batteries (included)
Cyclops supplies the world with brilliant developments, designed with the outdoor enthusiast in mind. Each product goes through extreme, real-life testing before making it available to you. The end result – a high-tech, engineered device that brings you optimal performance.
For more information, go to Cyclopssolutions.com.
Cyclops, a leader in outdoor and illumination products introduces their new Ranger headlamp. The…
by Tactical-Life.com / May 6, 2011