Armytek Crystal Pro: All-new 7 functions in one portable compact headlamp

Armytek Crystal Pro: All-new 7 functions in one portable compact headlamp

This new headlamp from Armytek has 7 functions in one portable compact form factor.4 Light sources on this model. with a top output of 220 lumens it has many useful applications. With extended run times of up to 50 days at the lowest output.

It can be used as a headlamp, (and it comes with a high quality adjustable headband) thanks to it’s built in stainless steel clip it will also attach to a cap or bag. A strap is supplied so you can attach it to the front or back or a bicycle. This and it can be used as a front white light or rear red. With the build in sensors it can also work as a rear brake light with the red LED output.

Compact enough to fit to a keychain or ring, you can continuously run it from a power bank to use it as a long run lamp for working or around the house.

Flashing modes can draw attention to users wearing the light on a backpack, jacket or hat. For additional safey the lights are omnidirectional and can be seen from a wide range of angles. Up to 70-140 degrees with 4 built in LEDs.

It has a built in Li-ion battery which is rated to 600mAh, and is charged via a micro USB port (from flat to full in about 2 hours 50 minutes) A built in LED gives charging indication (red/green).

It’s IP67 rated for water submersion of up to 1 metre (for 30 minutes) and drop tested to 10 metres. It features a high quality body which is made from strong PC/Polycarbonate.

Compact in size you can carry it with you anywhere, it’s just 63mm x 43mm x 17.8mm (length x width x height), with a weight of 34g.

7 in 1 functions with a maximum output of 220 lumens

The crystal pro has multiple uses for end users. From a headlamp, EDC light, bicycle light, bicycle brake light, keychain light, lamp mode, and signal light.

6 White light modes and 7 red light modes, there are a total of 3 Red LEDs and One White LED. Output of the white ranges from 7-220 lumens, 30 lumens for red  (43lm in Red brake light mode using a 3D accelerometer sensor). White LED can reach up to 14 metres in range (red is around 4 metres).

Using a digital processor it can offer a large range of functions, making it an ideal option for users who might ride a bike or go hiking or as part of a survival/ED kit bag.

With 6 brightness levels for the White and Red, you have a wide range of outputs, but controlling the light is pure simplicity. With a large central switch you can press to cycle through the functions and modes. A memory is built into the light, and it features a lock-out function to prevent accidental operation.

It comes with a great kit including a Headband, Bicycle mount, Velcro mount tape, Lanyard/Strap, and use manual.

Armytek Crystal Pro Key features

> Multifunction 7 in 1 light with 4 LEDs (1 White, 3 Red) with a top output of up to 220 lumens (White LED)
> Multiple uses: headlamp, EDC light, bicycle light, bicycle brake light, keychain light, lamp mode, and signal light
> Glow in the dark body
> High capacity built in battery (600mAh) with micro USB charging port
> Bicycle brake function (with sensor to detect braking)
> Charge time 2 hours 50 minutes (can be powered continuously with power bank or USB adapter) Charge indication LEDs
> Includes headband, bike mounting kit and lanyard
> Compact size: 63mm x 43mm x 17.8mm (length x width x height), weight of 34g.
> Run time up to 50 days (lowest output White LED)
> Wide 70-140 degrees beam angle for improved visibility
> Easy UI with large central switch with mode memory and lock-out function
> Strong PC/Polycarbonate body, with iP67 water submersion, and dust resistance
> Drop tested to 10 metres

Bruce Lee
Bruce’s our Editor here at Flashlightgo.Since editing and filming are not only his job, but also one of his most favorite things to do.He loves the outdoors, and hiking and backpacking, and any chance He can get to be outside. With a passion for any type of gear ranging from electronic gadgets to Flashlight or EDC gear.

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