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Ledlenser HF8R Core Headlamp

Ledlenser HF8R Core Headlamp

LEDLENSER

Regular price $229.95 AUD
Regular price $259.95 AUD Sale price $229.95 AUD
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The Ledlenser HF8R Core Headlamp delivers 1,600 lumens, true hands-free adjustability and an IP68 waterproof rating in a 168g headlamp! Regardless of what you need to accomplish before sunrise or after sunset, this headlamp has you covered.

Its innovative patent-pending Adaptive Light Beam Technology allows automatic dimming and focusing, seamlessly adjusting the light output for the situation so that you can be truly hands-free. It features an additional red front light for night vision and can be charged via a Magnetic Charge System that connects to USB-C fast chargers.

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