UltrAspire Lumen 600 2.0

UltrAspire Lumen 600 2.0
UltrAspire Lumen 600 2.0
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Lumen 600 2.0 by UltrAspire
What's brighter than your average headlamp and frees up your head, allowing you to forgo the hat' The UltrAspire Lumen 600 2. 0 that is. This waist belt brings to light a broad swath of trail (or road, should you desire) for adventure seekers and training-warriors alike. The 600-lumen light features a focused center and wide-angle peripheral array, which in turn eliminates the "tunnel vision" effect of headlamps, and thus prevents you from tripping over unseen obstacles in the dark. Additionally, the 180-degree rotation provides 90 degrees of adjustability up and down, allowing you to run up and downhill without sacrificing visibility. As for the waist belt, the Lumen is outfitted with a breathable microfiber mesh that keeps you comfortable when you're working up a sweat in warmer summer months. Dual-sided adjustment retains a secure fit for a wide range of users and will easily accommodate waists from 26 to 42 inches. Three lighting settings tailor the lighting to the conditions outside, with the light projecting a low, medium, high, and flashing S. O. S. beam for emergency situations.

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