The bright, water resistant Energizer Triple Beam LED Headlight is a versatile solution for hands-free lighting both indoors and out. Variable light sources provide the right light for any outdoor task – high and low white for general illumination, red for preserving night vision, or green for high contrast. A ratcheted tilt mechanism lets you aim the light accurately and the large, dedicated switches allow the red, white and green LEDs to operate independently, even with gloved hands. And the flexible, elastic headband is comfortable and easy to adjust.
The Energizer Triple Beam LED headlight is ideal for construction professionals, plumbers, hunters, fishermen, campers, and anyone else who needs a reliable head-mounted light source. The Triple Beam offers four light modes--high white (90 lumens), low white, red LED for night vision, and green LED for inspection--with large, designated switches that make it easy to switch between modes even with gloves on. The light also includes a ratcheted tilt mechanism, so you can adjust the light to different angles depending on your needs. And when you're done with the Triple Beam, simply stuff it in your pocket and away you go. The Triple Beam, which comes with a removable, adjustable head strap that fits almost anyone, runs for up to five hours on the high beam on three AAA batteries.
- Power source: 3 AAA batteries
- Runtime: 5 hours (high), 13 hours (low), 86 hours (red), 141 hours (green)
- White LED max output: 90 lumens
- Dimensions: 5.625 by 2.375 by 7.5 inches (W x H x D) with strap
- Weight: 0.3 pounds
Energizer's leadership in the portable lighting industry spans more than 110 years. The company started in 1898 when Conrad Hubert, a Russian immigrant, lit up New York City with the introduction of the newly patented electric hand torch or flashlight. Soon afterward, Hubert began manufacturing flashlights, batteries, and light bulbs under the name Eveready. Hubert put his first flashlights into the hands of New York City policemen, resulting in high visibility and nearly instantaneous success for his product. Over the years, Eveready's technology team introduced the tungsten bulb, made numerous switch improvements, and developed spotlights to project the light forward. Energizer's commitment to flashlight and battery technology took a substantial step forward in 1982 with the opening of its Westlake, Ohio, research and development center, one of the industry's largest. In April 2000, Energizer was spun off as an independent company now known as Energizer Holdings, Inc.