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Vision Flood Headlamp with Sensing Mode Puts a New Spin on Hands-Free Lighting

Vision Flood Headlamp with Sensing Mode

KOEHLER BRIGHTSTAR, LLC announces the Vision Flood headlamp. Utilizing a super bright Chip On Board (COB) emitter, the KBS Vision Flood has one central flood beam with a high and low mode. Operate the light the traditional way by engaging the large top push-button switch or use the sensing mode. Two sensors on the front of the light are motion detectors and can switch the light on with a wave of your hand.

Imagine you are repairing your vehicle in the driveway or garage and the light is diminishing. Your hands are greasy, and you are juggling a couple tools. There is no need to touch the headlamp if you have switched on the sensing mode before you started. You only need to wave your hand in front of the headlamp to switch the headlamp on and wave it again to increase the lumens. With a high beam of 125 lumens on the brightest mode it is all the light you need to see under the hood or see around you. Switch on the low mode, 15 lumens, if you are working up close near a brighter surface area and do not want any light backsplash.

The soft silicone lined headlamp band is comfortable to wear bareheaded and provides a solid grip on a cap or helmet. The low-profile design fits under most visors and shields and it can pivot down to see the ground. Its IPx4 rated water-resistant design is suitable for outdoor use in wet environments. The Vision Flood operates on (2) AAA-Cell Alkaline Batteries and weighs only 3 oz. with batteries. It is available in Hi -Vis green color.

Model # 200511

MSRP $ 14.23

About Koehler Bright Star, LLC

Koehler Bright Star manufactures tough lights that help professionals who work in dark places stay safe and get the job done. Our flashlights, lanterns and headlamps serve the mining, marine, industrial, fire, and manufacturing industries. We develop and ship our products from Hanover Township, Pennsylvania; and they’re used in some of the darkest, most challenging environments all over the world.