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Packable, dependable illumination that can handle a little tough love.

The mega-utilitarian Petzl Pixa 3 Headlamp features 3 settings to effectively light the way whether your focus is right in front of your face or 50 meters down the trail. A durable casing makes the Pixa extremely resistant to crushing, drops, and even brief immersions in water.
  • Consistent lighting performance guaranteed not to diminish through the battery life
  • Emergency reserve lighting mode kicks in when batteries are mostly discharged; lights up to 15m for at least 10 hours
  • Ergonomic selector dial is easy to use, even with gloves
  • 45-degree rotating lamp body can also be attached to helmets with the included mounting plate

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Amazing utility light!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've been using this for the past month around the house. My thoughts if you are considering it...

The controls are outstanding - the control know if brilliant - I think they used the same knob on the new high-end Nao light. Will work well with gloves, with frozen hands, etc.

It is a bit bulky both on the head and in the bag. So for backpacking, climbing, etc, I think I will use this light at camp and for utility needs. And leave my smaller light (Zipka 2+) in my climbing bag so it never gets left at camp. 'Tis my plan. I can't wait to take it off the headband at camp and put it down on the table while preparing food in the dark. And the fact that it stows into a safe position makes it perfect for throwing around with the camp gear - and it's bulky enough to not lose to easily.

If you can attach it to your bike or helmet around town, it would make an adequate town light - not as bright as a Light in Motion or anything, but good. And for that, it's waterproof enough and impact resistant enough to survive bike abuse.