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Petzl TacTikka Plus RGB Headlamp

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    Tactical and colorful.

    Apart from the standard white light, Petzl's Tac Tikka Plus RGB Headlamp also shines red, blue, and green lights for tactical, hunting, and fishing purposes. These LED lights have six modes for customized brightness, including Boost mode with a remarkable 160 lumen output that shines 60 meters. Constant Lighting prevents the headlamp from dimming, and there are included batteries for out-of-the-box convenience.

    • Constant Lighting
    • Boost mode
    • Red, blue, and green lights
    • Push-button
    • Batteries included
    • Item #PTZ003N

    Tech Specs

    Bulbs
    LED
    Power Source
    Ni-MH Alkaline, lithium battery
    Batteries Included
    yes, 3 AAA
    Modes
    [white] ambient, proximity, rapid movement, boost, [red] proximity, strobe, [green], [blue]
    Lumens
    [white] (ambient) 5, (proximity) 40, (rapid movement) 110, (boost) 160, [red] (proximity) 5
    Distance
    [white] (ambient) 10 m, (proximity) 25 m, (rapid movement) 50 m, (boost) 60 m, [red] (proximity) 5 m, (strobe) 400 m
    Burn Time
    [white] (ambient) 100 hours, (proximity) 8 hours, (rapid movement) 2 hours, (boost) 10 sec, [red] (proximity) 100 hours, (strobe) 400 hours
    Strap
    washable
    Waterproof
    IP X4 (weather-resistant)
    Claimed Weight
    3 oz
    Recommended Use
    camping, hunting
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    Headlamp for all occasions!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    The Petzl TacTikka Plus RGB Camo provides the right color of light for a specific job.Along with the usual fast in and out clasp and head size adjustment. This headlamp only lacks the USB rechargeable battery to be the one to buy!But until then,three rechargeable AAA batteries will have to do.

    Multi-use Gear

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I'm a Deputy Marshal who sometimes has to look for foul people after dark. This headlight is with me. Off duty, outdoor adventures are my greatest pleasures and this same light is with me.

    Having uttered those lofty praises, I have to be honest and say that this light is overkill for the overwhelming majority of outdoorsmen. Blue light is nice for nighttime reading and preserving night vision. It also doesn't mask blood if you're a rescue type who may have to treat a casualty after sundown. If you have blue you don't need red. Green is used with night vision devices which I've yet to see used on a trail or crag and is therefore superfluous.

    Petzl should develop a new model with the following modes and market it to the outdoor community:
    white dim flood, white dim spot, white bright spot, blue spot, strobe. No thanks necessary Petzl and yes, you can name it after me. Contact me if you want me to design you a more usable tactical light. I work cheap :-)

    No Tactical in this Tikka

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    I bought this headlamp thinking it was a quality tactical headlamp for soldiers using it in austere or rugged field conditions. It's not. I couldn't find my Black Diamond Storm so I purchased this wanna be tactical light from the PX at Fort McCoy on a whim. I'm returning it ASAP and getting another Black Diamond. The case is really easy to open. I can't imagine it staying tight after some use and explains its IPX4 rating. The angle adjustment is flimsy. Pretzel claims this lamp is for users needing discrete use like hunters or fisherman but I would not recommend it to them either unless it spends most of its time in the center console of the truck. I would be concerned about its longevity if thrown in a pack due to its lack of robustness. I expected more for a $60 lamp that poses as a tactical headlamp. The only thing tactical about this Tactikka lamp is its desert tan color.