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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Petzl's MYO XP Belt page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

You'll appreciate the excellent cold-weather performance of the Petzl MYO XP Belt Headlamp the next time you're in the mountains for a freezing 2 a.m. alpine start. Regular headlamps run out of energy very quickly when cold weather saps their power, but the MYO XP Belt Headlamp has a remote battery pack that can be worn inside your jacket to keep it warm and therefore keep the light going. A single ultra-bright LED bulb provides light up to 97m in boost mode and lasts for 180 hours on the lowest setting. For close-up work or reading in the tent, flip up the wide-angle lens to spread out the light.

- Backcountry.com

Free Shipping. Petzl Myo XP Belt Headlamp The SPECS Wide Angle Lens made of impact resistant polycarbonate Operates on three AA / LR6 batteries (included) Degree of Protection: IP X4 (water-resistant) Weight: 220 g including batteries, 75 g on head Certification: CE 3-year guarantee Beam Pattern: Wide or focused Light Output: 150 lumens (Boost) The SPECS for Maximum Distance: t=0: 72 m, t=0h30: 59 m, t=10h: 39 m, t=30h: 16 m Battery Life: 80 h The SPECS for Optimum Distance: t=0: 54 m, t=0h30: 47 m, t=10h: 36 m, t=30h: 21 m Battery Life: 100 h The SPECS for Economic Distance: t=0: 34 m, t=0h30: 31 m, t=10h: 27 m, t=30h: 24 m Battery Life: 180 h The SPECS for Boost Distance: t=0: 97 m ALL CLIMBING SALES ARE FINAL.

- Moosejaw

When you're out on the trail, you need a light that can do a little bit of everything - Petzl's MYO XP Belt Headlamp has a high-powered, single LED with 3 lighting levels and a boost mode that provides a powerful, even, and adjustable white light. Wearing this lamp won't be a headache as the battery pack is worn on your belt, leaving you with less bulk and weight on the back of your head.

- Mountain Gear

Hardy enough to handle the rigors of serious outdoor adventures, the Petzl Myo XP Belt headlamp is ideal for cold-weather activities. Remote battery pack allows the batteries to be kept warm under clothing to help conserve battery power while climbing glaciers, skiing and backpacking. Battery pack also reduces the weight worn on the head to only 2.6 oz. (75g). Single high-output LED with three lighting levels, boost mode, strobe mode and diffuser lens meet the demands of nearly any lighting situation. Powerful LED is 200% brighter than previous models. LED casts beam up to 97m (318 ft.) in boost mode; boost mode offers 50% more light than maximum level for 20 sec. Battery-saving LED technology creates long burn times—up to 180 hrs. on economic level. Hinged diffuser lens allows for either long-distance spot lighting or flood beam proximity lighting. Tri-color LED battery-life indicator light warns when battery is 70% discharged (orange) and 90% discharged (red). Adjustable elastic headband is comfortable to wear; top strap ensures headlamp stays in place. Lamp body can be tilted to direct light beam where needed. Housing/switch design prevents unit from accidentally turning on when stored. Water-resistant design handles inclement weather. Powered by three AA batteries, included.

- REI

Petzl MYO XP Belt

Discontinued

The MYO XP Belt has been discontinued. It last appeared in Petzl's 2011 product line.

MSRP:
$89.95

The Petzl MYO XP Belt is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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