RidgeMonkey VRH300 USB Rechargable Headtorch
- Triple high powered LED output
- High capacity 2000mah lithium polymer battery
- Twin colour, variable brightness: 50-200 lumens
- Five beam options to suit all situations: low white/green, medium white/green, high white
- Simple push button control
- EUIPO registered design
- Charge time: 4-5 hours
- Battery life @ 15C: up to 90 hours (dependent on setting)
Make dead batteries a thing of the past with the VRH300 USB Rechargeable Headtorch: alongside the twin colour output and variable brightness levels, the days of fumbling around in the dark looking for replacement batteries are gone – simply connect to any USB charger to top up the internal lithium polymer cell while using the built in power display to ensure you never run out of juice. Featuring a hard wearing rubberised outer and IP64 water resistance, the VRH300 sets a new bar for headtorch design and functionality.
IP64 water resistant inner shell: developed with a team of leading designers, the inner housing of the VRH300 has been made to withstand water ingress from any direction – from boat spray through to a torrential downpour, the unique construction ensures complete confidence in all weathers.
Dual orientation: by featuring a power button on opposite sides of the device and a wide range tilt system, the VRH300 can be used either way up – there is no upside down. Simply place the VRH300 on your head and adjust accordingly with the 18 position, 90 degree tilt function.
USB compatibility: gone are the days of scrabbling around in the dark looking for batteries, or even worse not having any spares to use – when the battery is running low, plug the VRH300 into any common 5v USB charge adaptor to give it a boost. Featuring a four way power display on the front face, there is no reason to run out of power ever again.
Green light output: brighter to the naked eye than the conventional red beam used in most other headtorches, green illumination provides the perfect relationship between usability and visual performance – because the human eye is more receptive to green light, visual clarity is improved at lower light levels when compared to using a red light. Significantly less harsh than the standard white beam yet still bright enough to provide all the illumination necessary, the green beam also helps to retain night vision capabilities.