Nitecore’s Ultralight HA11 Headlamp Boasts a Maximum Output of 240 Lumens

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Finding the proper headlamp to take on your next outdoor adventure just got easier, thanks to Nitecore. The gear manufacturer’s new HA11 is bright enough to help you tackle all everything from trail running to camping.

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The rugged, IP66-rated HA11 is equipped with a surprisingly lightweight braided headband fitted with reflective and glowing accents, ensuring your safety while walking at night. With a maximum output of 240 lumens and a maximum throw of 90 meters, this battery-powered device proves that you should never judge a book by its cover or, in this instance, a headlamp by its size. Additionally, the headlamp offers a red light optimized for stargazing, night photography, or, worst case, emergency response.

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Usage-wise, it offers a maximum 10-hour runtime when using 60 lumens in low mode and a whopping 40-hour lifespan when taking it down to 6 lumens using Ultralow mode. Luckily, it is compatible with many AA batteries, so bringing the HA11 back to life shouldn’t be a hassle. The device also features a unique Lockout Mode, ensuring that it can’t turn on by itself in case it rolls around in your backpack, saving you battery in the long run. Lastly, it comes equipped with a convenient multipurpose clip and 90-degree adjustable bracket, so you can easily attach it to your hat’s brim, sling bag, or webbed vest.

For more information about Nitecore’s latest headlamp, visit the brand’s webshop.