Fun, colourful, dynamic, lightweight – the NEO headlamp series is ideal for the outdoor enthusiast in all of us. Features including 90 bright lumens of light, a 150˚ ultra wide beam and a rear blinking light mean that you’ll see and be seen while enjoying your favourite adventures, and at only 54g, you’ll barely notice it’s there. If you cycle, walk, jog or hike before sunup or after sundown, the LED LENSER NEO will help you see in style.
NEO HeadlampProduct PDF
Led Configuration: 1 x High End Power LED
– 20 Lumens (Min)
– 90 Lumens (Max)
– 10 hr (Min)
– 100 hr (Max)
– 10m (Min)
– 10m (Max)
IPX 4 Water resistance
* Luminous flux (lumens) or maximal lighting range measured in metres on the brightest setting when turned on with a fresh alkaline battery. Average value may vary by +/- 15% depending on the chip and the battery.
** Average burn time up to a luminous flux of 1 lumen.
Weight: 54g (without batteries)
Battery type: 3x AAA Batteries
3x AAA Batteries
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THE LEDLENSER STORY
In 1993, the bank refused to grant them a business loan and they had no real estate to offer as collateral, just fresh ideas and the prototype of the first LED LENSER V8 flashlight. For the gentlemen at the bank, who told them that the V8 was unsellable, that wasn’t enough. So In 1994, with 1,000 DM, a sketch book, toolbox and old Atari® computer, twin brothers Rainer and Harald Opolka struck out on their own and founded LED LENSER in their garage in Germany.
With all the passion and courage of two young, newly-minted entrepreneurs, they managed without the bank and to their own surprise ended up selling more than 200 million Euros’ worth of LED flashlights in the first five years. The V8 became an international design classic and one of the the top-selling LED flashlights in the world.
Harald OpolkaNow as they like to say, “We are our own bank.” As if to remind anyone of this who might happen by, today a lone, tattered, pirate flag waves over their Solingen headquarters.
Fast forward 17 years, hundreds of patents and design awards later, and LED LENSER is now a company of more than 1000 employees, three manufacturing bases and a range of some of the world’s highest-quality LED flashlights. And today, just as in the beginning, we remain driven by light – the emission, channeling and powering of light.
- LED LENSER lights are measured in lumens. LED LENSER uses ANSI/FL1 standards as published by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA). To date, this is the only industry-wide, agreed-upon standard of measurement.