Petzl - Nao+ - Headlamp

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Recommended use:
Trail running; Long-distance runs; Ski tours; Mountaineering; Winter touring; Speleology
max. 750 lumen (max. power mode); min. 120 lumen (close range)
Burn time:
max. 12 h (max autonomy mode); min. 1.5 h (distance vision mode)
max. 140 m
4 brightness levels (max autonomy; Max Power; Close range; Distant view); Red light; Constant lightning and reactive lightning technology
adjustable; two-piece headband
IPX4 (waterproof)
Power source:
2600 mAh lithium-ion rechargeable battery (included)
185 g
compatible with My Petzl Light app (for iOS 7.1 and Android 4.3); Rechargeable battery charge time: 6 hours; Bluetooth Smart interface; Red light on the back of the rechargeable battery; Charging via USB
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The headlamp for challenges - the Nao+ by Petzl! This headlamp comes with an external rechargeable battery to distribute the weight better on your head and to provide more comfort in combination with a two-part, adjustable headband. The rechargeable battery has a capacity of 2600 mAh and is therefore very powerful. Using a USB cable it can be recharged in 6 hours and can be replaced of course, so that you always have a warm rechargeable battery on you when it cold for example.
The LEDs of the Nao+ allow for a wide variety of light beams depending on whether you need to see in the distance or at close range. In Power mode it uses up to 750 Lumen and is visible for 140 m! Thus, you can illuminate each and every corner of rough and unpredictable terrains perfectly! You not only have four brightness levels (Max Autonomy, Max Power, Distant view, Close range) but also have the choice between Constant Lightning and Reactive Lightning Technology. Pick the first one, if you want a constantly bright light cone which you can control yourself. If you choose the Reactive Lightning Technology there’s a special brightness sensor adjusting the intensity of the light automatically - thus, you don’t have to operate the lamp with your hands and can fully concentrate on the path and your hand movements.
Another nice feature is that the Nao+ is compatible with the MyPetzl Light Smartphone app, which is possible due to a Bluetooth interface. That way, you can create several lighting profiles, see the battery status in real-time, adjust the duration of the light and much more. In other words, the Petzl Nao+ is a headlamp for all those who want to concentrate on the essential things on changing, challenging terrains!
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hatte zuvor die Nao - Nao+ hat deutlich bessere Ausleuchtung, die Isolation des Akkus ist im Winter am Berg ein echtes Plus.

Ersatzakkus leider teuer, Bluetooth hätte nicht sein müssen (Spielerei)

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    Brightness easy to adjust
    Easy handling
    Long burn time
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The thread was edited on 08.12.16

Vergleich NAO vs NAO+

Die NAO+ hat 750 Lumen, aber ein weißeres, künstlicher wirkendes Licht.
Die NAO hat 575 Lumen, die Lichtfarbe ist aber leicht gelblicher und damit wärmer (etwas natürlicher).
Den Unterschied merkt man aber nur, wenn man beide Lampen nebeneinander leuchten lässt.
Das weißere Licht hat Vor- und Nachteile: Es wirkt heller, ist aber durch die Farbe etwas Kontrastärmer.
Des weiteren hat die NAO+ ein breiteres Leuchtbild – die („alte“) NAO ist mehr Spotlastig.
Auf die Leuchtweite umgelegt ist mein Eindruck folgender: Im näheren Bereich (um die 30 – 60 Meter) ist die NAO+ „besser“, da sie einen größeren (breiteren) Bereich ausleuchtet. Für größere Distanzen (so um die 100 Meter) leuchtet die NAO besser, da Spotlastiger – hier verliert die NAO+ ihren Lumenvorteil, da das Licht mehr in die Breite geht und an Stärke verliert.
In Summe ist die NAO+ für mich die bessere Allround-Stirnlampe, weil ich Stirnlampen eher für den Nahbereich verwende, das rote „Rücklicht“ hell ist (Blink- und Dauerlichtmodus oder Aus) – NAO kein rotes Licht – und letztendlich die Bluetoothsteuerung, mit der man auch einen SOS-Modus aktivieren kann.

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