Petzl Zipka Headlamp

Petzl Zipka Headlamp
Petzl Zipka Headlamp
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Zipka Headlamp by Petzl
Saving precious weight on alpine missions and camping trips, the Petzl Zipka Headlamp is a compact lighting solution that's highly adaptable thanks to its retracting cord. This retractable cord attaches the Zipka to a wide variety of gear when it's not being attached to your head, expanding its versatility for just about any outdoor activity you find yourself immersed in. The Zipka's 200-lumen output is powerful enough for illuminating broad swaths of trail when you're navigating back to your vehicle after dark. Three lighting modes offer functionality for navigation, sorting through your pack, and reading trail maps after dark. The red lighting mode won't strain your vision for reading or blind group members within close proximity. For times when you accidentally drop this tiny light, the phosphorescent reflector allows you to spot it on the lying on the ground or in your tent.

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