Versatile lighting for alpine assaults.
When your trip to the summit starts just after midnight, trust the Mammut X-Shot Headlamp to illuminate each step of the way. A combination of floodlight and spotlight LED bulbs and multiple brightness settings allows you to perfectly adapt the lighting for every situation. Watertight construction means a thunder shower won't leave you stranded in the dark, and the alpine emergency signal can help you get out of a sticky situation.
- Combination of HiFlux LED and Definition LED bulbs provides a maximum 200-lumen output
- HiFlux LED provides a powerful spotlight while two Definition LED provide a floodlight
- Spotlight setting can throw a beam 125 meters into the darkness,
- Floodlight red and flashlight red modes allow you to see without disturbing tent mates
- Rear red light allows climbing partners to see you from behind
- Alpine emergency signal can help during emergencies
- Four brightness levels and a boost mode allow you to adjust the amount of light to best suit the situation
- Runs on three AA batteries (included)
- Headlamp will run for 200 hours on flood-light low, 80 hours on flood-light high, 30 hours on dual-light mid, and 15 hours on spot-light
- Spotlight has a 20-degree tilt angle
- Floodlight has a 45-degree tilt angle
- Waterproof protection to IPX-6 standard, heavy splashing and rain
- Battery indicator lets you know when you're low on power
- Use the X-Shot Ambient Light to convert your headlamp to a lantern for soft, diffused light (X-Shot Ambient Light cover sold separately)
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Best Headlamp Yet
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I bought this headlamp a few years ago after being frustrated by cheap headlamps that break, eat batteries, and are never bright enough. This headlamp runs on 4 AA batteries, which avoids a dependence on charging for long expeditions. Did I mention the batteries last forever. I used this for a whole summer while guiding in the bob marshal wilderness and did not need to replace the batteries. Other features that I like are the light options. Dims, brights, beem, and flashing red lights on the back of the battery pack for biking or other added visability activities. The only downside that I have found is the large battery pack can be uncomfortable when laying down in the tent and reading.