Advanta HT-190RB Rechargeable Headtorch

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Model:
AD852
Reference:
AD19092301

Key Features

  • 1x CREE XPG3-S3 white LED
  • 3 White LED settings
  • 2x Red LEDs
  • 3x Red LED settings
  • 190 Lumens on high setting
  • 5 Position angle settings
  • Beam distance 120m
  • Powered by an inbuilt, rechargeable, 1800mah Lithium Ion battery
  • Battery meter
  • Charging lead supplied
  • Smart switch
  • Single, adjustable, elasticated strap
  • Supplied in a reusable protective case
  • Instructions in four languages enclosed
£29.99
 
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The standard torch or lantern is a great friend to take when fishing in poor light conditions, however, it always demands to be held by you or at least tied to your shelter. With a headtorch you can have the light exactly at your eye level, making seeing everything in your path that much easier with your hands-free to get into fishing.

Whether its mixing up bait, tying a rig or looking out to the horizon, with the Advanta HT-190RB Rechargeable Headtorch, you can see it all. Powered by an inbuilt, rechargeable, 1800mah Lithium Ion battery, this headtorch is above some of the classic headtorch designs where once your batteries are out of juice it's either a quick rummage in your bags for some triple A’s or back to darkness.

In an environment-conscious community, a rechargeable headtorch means less waste as well as saving you, the angler, money on replacement batteries in the long run. When your power level starts to drop you will be warned by the battery meter on the device and you simply use the charging lead supplied to get some more juice.

The light of the headtorch itself sports one CREE XPG3-S3 white LED with three settings from constant to flashing as well as two red LEDs with three different settings of there own. You can further customise through the five different position angler setting available and reach a grand distance of 120m with the light beam.

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Manufacturer Product ID AD852

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