You'll recognize the names of the headlamps that have been redesigned, but our popular Septor®, Argo® and Trident® headlamps have transformed to brighter, longer-running, higher-functioning hands-free lights.
The Names Are Familiar, But These Headlamps Are All New
All three headlamps feature a 90° rotating head with a robust ratcheting system to prevent neck fatigue. Each is powered by (3) AAA alkaline batteries (included with purchase); and they accept (3) AAA lithium batteries. They include a low-level battery indicator; and a push-button switch that's easy to use with gloves, yet recessed to prevent inadvertent activation.
The new Septor is designed for close-up work where a soft flood light is more appropriate than extreme brightness. It has three lighting modes with 120, 45 and 13 lumens. Run times are 55 hours, 10 hours and 3.5 hours for low, medium and high.
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The redesigned Trident is a multi-purpose headlamp that serves a broad range of lighting needs, from close-up to long distance. It delivers 80, 35 and 11 lumens in its three modes. Run times are 53 hours, 10 hours and 5 hours.
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The new Argo is a long-range headlamp, with a beam that reaches 190 meters. It offers three intensities with 150, 100 and 45 lumens; and run times of 30 hours, 4.5 hours and 3 hours.
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