Brunton Glacier 115 USB Rechargeable Headlamp

Brunton Glacier 115 USB Rechargeable Headlamp
$70.00
Item # BR-F-GLACIER115
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  • Free your hands and yourself from dead batteries!
  • The Brunton Glacier 115 Headlamp includes (3) USB rechargeable AAA batteries which you can charge at home or in the field with a Brunton portable solar panel!
  • Includes a green light mode, which is excellent for reading star charts yet preserves your night vision.
  • On board battery level and charge indicators make sure you know whether you're good to go or not.
  • 50 lumen lamp has a maximum reach of 115 feet.
  • Power lock out mode prevents any accidental power drain.
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Brunton Glacier Headlamps



This is not your average flashlight! Brunton Glacier headlamps were developed for the rugged outdoors, extended and green energy usage. Three AAA USB rechargeable batteries are included so you can effectively recharge at home or in the field with one of Brunton's portable solar power panels.


Powerful 50 lumen lamp as a maximum white-light reach of 115 feet when on the highest setting and for the times you need to preserve your night vision a handy green light setting is included. Green light, rather than red, has been a long time preference of the armed forces and pilots as it not only preserves your night vision but offers the highest contrast (next to white light) which makes reading much easier. If you have full color star charts, green light is a must!


Always ready for the great outdoors, the Glacier headlamps include an international SOS signal, power lockout mode to prevent unintentional power drain and have been built to handle the roughest adventures.

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SKU BR-F-GLACIER115
Manufacturer Brunton
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  • Brunton Glacier 115 USB Rechargeable Headlamp
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Does this headlamp have a separate switch for activating the green light mode or must you go through the white lights first which defeats the purpose for astronomy.
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