COMMAND & DISCOVER HELMET LIGHTS - FIRE RESCUE

See wider. See further. See better. These rugged lights provide hands-free illumination in all-weather conditions and deliver bright panoramic lighting. They are designed for use on safety helmets (including hard hats and firefighter helmets), on a cap, or directly on the forehead.

FoxFury's wide-angle LED headlamps and helmet lights provide panoramic lighting for immediate situation assessment. A highly visible rear flashing LED in the battery pack can be seen from over 1 mile away.

FoxFury Headlamp / Helmet Lights are professional grade lighting tools that provide spot and flood lighting. They are powered by (4) AA batteries (not included). Rechargeable units come with a rechargeable NiMH battery and AC plug adaptor.

True To Life™ Technology - New LED technology allows you to see colors more accurately.

Panoramic Lighting - The only headlamp on the market with a panoramic design. See wider for better situational assessment.

Rugged Design - Durable & tough, these lights are waterproof, meet NFPA requirements and fit most U.S. safety helmets and firefighter helmets.

A front light bar and rear battery pack evenly distribute the weight of the light from side to side and front to back. This prevents the light from tilting forward or leaning sideways. Adjustable tilt models allow the light bar to be aimed up or down to best illuminate the work area and to reduce the blinding of others. Different modes adjust the light intensity based on what the immediate situation requires.

When used with a flexible elastic strap (included in some models), this light can be worn as a headlamp on a ball cap or forehead. When used with the silicone strap (included), the light grips on to safety helmets, including hard hats. It also can be worn on most traditional and modern style firefighter helmets (including US style firefighter helmets utilizing goggles, visors and Bourkes eye protection).

These headlamp / helmet lights are a versatile lighting tool for industrial professionals and first responders along with recreational enthusiasts, home projects and emergency response to blackouts and severe weather.