Ultra-compact and ultra-light emergency headlamp to always have with you
Always ready to use, can be stored with batteries (lithium CR 2032) for 10 years
White lighting allows you to move around easily in the dark
For emergency situations, the powerful red LED allows you to be seen from a distance
Locking on/off switch designed to prevent accidental operation
Withstands extreme temperatures: -30° C to +60° C
Waterproof to -1 meter for 30 minutes (IPX7)
Light output: 50 lumens
Weight: 26 g
Beam pattern: wide
Energy: 2 lithium CR2032 batteries (included)
Watertightness: IPX7 (waterproof to -1 meter for 30 minutes)
Certification(s): CE


Ultra-light and very compact, the e+LITE emergency headlamp should always be with you. Thanks to its carry case, it is always ready to use and can be stored with its batteries for ten years in a backpack, a vest, or an emergency kit, or used as a back-up headlamp. Its white or red, continuous 50-lumen lighting or strobe lighting helps you to be seen. The whistle integrated in the elastic headband allows the user to signal an emergency. Weighing only 26 grams, e+LITE is an ideal emergency headlamp.

1 review for PETZL E+ LITE

  1. David

    HIKER BIBLE QUICK REVIEW: The Petzl E+ Lite mini headlamp is an essential tool in anyone’s travel kit. Weighing in at almost nothing, the trick will be to remember that it’s there when you need it. It won’t be blasting out lumens to help you make out the cracks on a wall a mile away, but it gives off enough lite to guide your way in the dark or find the toilet paper when the lights unexpectedly go out on you. It fits into almost any pocket, including the 5th pocket on a pair of jeans – easily making it one of the smallest headlamps we’ve ever used. Add a couple of functions like red light, low beam, high beam, and strobe – and you’ve got yourself a capable little light that you can take anywhere. Highly recommended.

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