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Petzl Tikka Headlamp

SKU: E093F
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Petzl Tikka Headlamp

Whether you're going on a family camp trip or you're just wanting to add some easy light to your emergency kit, this simple headlamp from Petzl is an easy addition to your collection. The Tikka Headlamp features 300 lumens of brightness with a red light setting and a phosphorescent reflector.


  • Burn Time: White High: 2 H / White Medium: 9 H / White Low: 120 H / Red Proximity: 60 H / Red Strobe: 400 H
  • Battery: Three AAA/LR03 batteries (included) or CORE rechargeable battery (available as accessory)
  • Distance: White High: 65 m / White Medium: 40 m / White Low: 10 m / Red Proximity: 5 m / Red Strobe: visible at 700 m
  • Weight: 82 g
  • IPX Rating: 4 (weather-resistant)
  • Settings: Three white lighting levels: proximity, movement and distance / Red lighting preserves night vision and prevents members of a group from blinding each other / Single button for quick and easy selection of brightness or light color
  • Battery Compatibility: Alkaline, lithium or Ni-MH rechargeable
  • Certifications: CE
  • Beam Type: Flood



Lumens are a great place to start for determining what headlamp you’re looking for. Lumens are a unit of measurement that helps your figure out exactly how bright your new headlamp will be, and they usually range between 50 and 1,000 lumens. If you just need a headlamp for late night bathroom trips on your next camp trip, a lower lumen rating is perfectly fine, but if you’re caving or climbing you’ll want to go with something brighter.
This setting is pretty self explanatory, if you need your light as bright as possible, the Max or High setting is what you want to be using. Just keep in mind that this setting will drain your battery faster than any of
the others.
That perfect middle ground between low and high, the mid setting is a versatile go between that’s great for a variety of situations. Not all headlamps have a mid setting and it’s not something that you 100% need, but it can be nice to have on those days where you need more light than the low setting but don’t want to waste your battery with the high one.
The low light setting is an energy efficient way to add a little extra light to your early morning chores around camp or for those dusky walks on the trail.
Red Light
The red light setting is perfect for use at night. This setting adds a little bit of extra light to your campsite without disturbing others and it won’t ruin your night vision like regular light will.
Spot (Focused or Narrow)
The other type is a spot, focused, or narrow beam setting. This type of beam has a narrower light than the flood so you won’t be able to see as much as close range, but it gives you more light for things that are off in the distance.
Flood (or Wide)
A flood or wide setting is perfect for things that are right in front of you. Need some extra light for reading or making repairs? The flood or wide beam setting is what you want to be using.
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