INTRODUCING THE BLIKA

Available October 2017



ONE LAMP FOR ALL YOUR ADVENTURES

There are lights for running, lights for climbing, lights for biking, and then there's one for all your adventures. Massive 2100 lumens, low and high beam, red and green light, a gentle reading light, and the brand new FrontClick system makes the Blika the most versatile Lupine we have ever constructed.






RED/GREEN LIGHT & DIFFUSED READING LIGHT

Special applications require special lighting, such as fishing or reading a map. A red and green light that can be adjusted in steps is integrated in the Blika. There are situations, such as when camping in the tent where less light is simply more, so the Blika has a dimming reading light function, as well.


SPOTLIGHT

For fast journeys and challenging terrain, you want lots of light and a broad, homogeneous illumination pattern. In order to reach a high range at the same time, the Blika combines the popular lighting of a Piko with a highly focused, switchable spot in the middle.



TWO BUTTONS, FULL CONTROL

With so many functions, of course we have thought about the easiest way to operate it, and designed a new operating system with two independently assignable push-buttons. So you have access to all lighting levels and special functions in every situation.





FRONTCLICK

With the FrontClick quick-change system, your lighting will be more flexible than ever before. You can turn your headlamp into a helmet lamp or swap your headlamp from one helmet to another in just seconds and without any tools. Just click into place onto the plate attached to your helmet with a special 3M adhesive pad or the tried and tested Lupine velcro system.



FL 1 STANDARD

Water and Impact Resistance: The FL1 standard is a set of ANSI / NEMA standards to compare the product specifications of different lamp manufacturers.







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