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From skinning up a powdery peak before sunrise to pitching a tent after sunset, the Petzl Tikka Headlamp casts broad illumination from a lightweight, easy-carrying design. The Tikka Headlamp projects 300 lumens at full blast, lasting 65 hours for dependable illumination when you're far from the comforts of civilization. Proximity, mid-range, and full-blast lighting provide versatility for hiking, alpine navigation, and climbing pursuits.
Red proximity lighting saves your eyes from fatigue when you're reading maps at night, also preventing you from blinding hiking and adventure companions. For emergency scenarios, the red strobe is visible to rescue personnel 700 meters away. And just in case it falls from your pack or pocket, the phosphorescent reflector makes it easy to spot after dark.
- Compact headlamp for outdoor adventures and navigation
- Projects 300 lumens of illumination at full blast
- White light settings: close proximity, regular, high
- Red proximity light prevents eye strain after dark
- Red strobe alerts rescue personnel up to 700 meters away
- Three AAA batteries last up to 60 hours on high (included)
- Works with Petzl Core rechargeable battery (not included)
- Item #PTZ009D
- Batteries Included
- 3 AAA
- max power, standard, max burn time, proximity, strobe
- [max power] 300, [standard] 200, [max burn time] 6, [proximity] 2
- [max power] 65m, [standard] 40m, [max burn time] 10m, [proximity] 5m
- Burn Time
- [max power] 2h, [standard] 9h, [max burn time] 120h, [proximity] 60h
- IPX-4 standard (resistant to splashes and rain)
- Claimed Weight
- Recommended Use
- backpacking, mountaineering, weekend camping
- Manufacturer Warranty
- 3 years
What do you think about this product?
April 9, 2020
Very good, but power button is confuse
- I've used it several times
- True to size
The power button is not user friendly, you have to memorize diferent touch modes to access the two different types of light.
January 1, 2020
- I've put it through the wringer
Needed a new headlamp, as mine was fading in power. Have used this headlamp in the Pacific Northwest, it hasn't given me one issue, except I so occasionally hit the on button when it's in my pack. Bright light, decent battery length, worth the price