Face your obstacles head on with Petzl's Duo Z2 Durable 430 Lumens Headlamp--designed for maneuvering through tight squeezes and repelling into pitch-black pits, navigating your route and watching for road debris while bike-packing after sunset, or setting a pitch while mountaineering before the sun rises, this technical headlamp is made to adapt to any situation. Five different lighting modes vary between wide, mixed, and focused beam patterns with brightness levels between 50 to 220 lumens, while the extra-bright Boost mode beams 430 lumens to 115 meters for when you need enhanced lighting for technical approaches. All within a burn time ranging from two to 15 hours and 30 minutes, and a reserve power of an additional hour, you can stay brightly lit when the sun is down or you are under the ground with the power of rechargeable batteries. The Duo Z2 is equipped with Petzl's innovative FACE2FACE technology. This advanced function is made for working and traveling in groups with its intuitive anti-glare recognition. When two or more Petzl DUO headlamps face each other their lights will automatically dim to prevent blinding for efficient teamwork. And with ultimate durability, the DUO Z2 can be subjected to freshwater for up to 30 minutes in case you get caught in rain storms or wet caves, while it's impact, crush, and crash-resistant structure ensures long-lasting usage in rough conditions. Large and easy-to-use buttons and PRO Adapt adhesive plates for helmet compatibility equip this headlamp for convenient functionality so that you can stay focused on your tasks at hand.
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