2013 sees the launch of the ReVolt Headlamp from Black Diamond, which uses either rechargeable power or traditional alkaline batteries. The ReVolt can be recharged directly via a USB cable wherever there is power - vehicles, solar energy panels and of course plug sockets - making it extremely versatile and perfect for long trips away as it can be recharged even in remote and isolated areas.
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The ReVolt features:
One triplepower LED plus two singlepower white LED's and 2 singlepower red LED's which emit up to 110 lumens. Settings include full strength in proximity and distance modes, dimming, strobe, red night vision and lock mode. The ReVolt also has a three level power meter, which shows remaining battery life for 3 seconds after switching on headlamp and it is protected against splashing or sprayed water from any angle.
See the ReVolt headlamp in action by clicking on the link below:
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