ExtremeBeam OSR-800 Headlamp

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posted on February 21, 2014
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Attached to an adjustable elastic headband and using a 180-lumen LED bulb, ExtremeBeam’s OSR-800 weighs only 3.9 ounces, with batteries, making it comfortable even when worn for extended durations. A quick-focus feature allows the beam to be concentrated or disbursed for different ranges and activities. Adjustments are made via the lamp’s head bezel, which also features a red translucent ring that produces peripheral light when the beam is fully focused. The OSR-800 has several modes of operation including High, Low and Flash, as well as a special S.O.S. flashing pattern. Powered by three AAA batteries, the headlamp has a “Hike Back” safety feature that gradually dims the light when energy gets low, giving users more than an hour to replace the batteries or return to camp.

Price: $30

Contact: ExtremeBeam, 473 S. River Road, No. 1-136, St. George, Utah 84790; (877) 579-7878

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