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Easy to use and compact, the TIKKID is the first Petzl headlamp designed for children. It has a flood beam that offers comfortable vision for reading or playing, inside the house or out. The headband is releasable under tension, along with the protected battery pack this makes it especially suitable for young children. Features: - 20 lumen flood beam to preserve sensitive young eyes. - High, low, and strobe modes - Headband is adjustable and releasable under tension. - Access to battery pack is protected by a flat-head screw. - Run time: 160 hrs (low), 61 hrs (High) - Hybrid design is compatible with the Petzl CORE rechargeable battery pack (not included) or three standard AAA/LR03 batteries
- LeftLane Sports
Brighten up your childa (TM)s nightlife, with the new Petzl Tikkid headlamp. Designed specifically for children ages three and older, the Tikkid has a 20 lumen flood beam thata (TM)s comfortable on sensitive eyes, a headband that releases under pressure, and an automatic 1-hour shut off.
- Mountain Gear
A hybrid introductory headlamp that works with 3 AAA batteries or a rechargeable battery, the kids' Petzl Tikkid headlamp helps you keep an eye on your little one during camping adventures after dark.
Features of the Petzl Kids' Tikkid Headlamp 20 Lumens of power in High mode to limit photo-biological risk and protect sensitive young eyes White blinking mode for being visible from a distance Easy to use, with a single button Three lighting modes Adjustable headband Access to battery pack is protected by a flat-head screw Phosphorescent reflector is useful for locating the lamp in the dark Automatic shut-off after one hour Hybrid headlamp
The Kids' Tikkid Headlamp is Petzl's classic Tikki Headlamp designed for children in terms of safety and sizing. Its twenty lumen brightness is limited to protect sensitive, young eyes from photo-biological risk, and the battery storage has a flat-head screw so only tool-equipped adults can access it. Petzl sized Tikkid's headband for children, and it's releasable under unwanted tension in situations that only children seem to experience, like a branch sliding in between your kids' heads and the headband when they run by a tree.
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