The Klarus HA2C is a headlamp designed with the consumer in mind. Perfect for splunking, hiking, camping, or work, this headlamp features five lighting levels and three flash modes, including Strobe, SOS, and Beacon outputs. Outputs range in lumens, ranging from a 3200 lumen output Turbo mode suited for caving or hiking at night, or a Low mode of 15 lumens for reading during the night or light up a more enclosed workspace. With a CREE LED, the Klarus HA2C has a beam that can reach up to 141 meters, which is farther than a single football field, so you will be able to see the end of the trekking trail or cave without fear of something unknown at the end. Combined with long runtimes of up to 75 hours, the Klarus HA2C is the a true companion to take on any adventure.
Single Switch Interface
With a single switch interface, it is easy to access any of the modes available on the Klarus HA2C. Hold and press for lockout setting, quick press for One-Touch Low mode, cycle through various modes easily while the light is usually on, or triple click the switch to enter Strobe, Beacon, or SOS. This simple interface makes it easy to have readily available access to all the HA2C has to offer, while also not being distracted from what is in front of you. Easily focus on your task at hand without having to worry about toggling through multiple switches. This easy interface ultimately will save you time and effort.
Built for Anywhere
The Klarus HA2C is not only a headlamp, but eventually a multi-angle light. The flashlight can be taken out of the headband and used independently for handheld lighting when applicable – simply use the innovative flexible attachment design to detach the torch from the elastic polymer straps and quickly change from a headlamp to a compact EDC light. Plus, with the included bi-directional clip, it can be used while mounted on a backpack or clipped to a pocket or belt. Another useful feature of this light may be the magnetic tailcap allowing for hands-free light when the headband isn’t available. Simply attach the tailcap to anything magnetic and it will stay put for quick and easy lighting that requires no hassle.