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Olympia EX Series Headlamps Overview

The Olympia EX series headlamps offer long run times, multiple lighting modes and lightweight design making them the perfect companion for nighttime activities. The EX headlamps range in lumens from 80 to 550 so there is an option to fit every lighting need from general household use to rugged cave exploration.

What Makes It Unique
Features vary between models but include options such as hands-free activation, smooth dimming control, focus control and lock-out function that prevents battery drain. Several models also have a rear battery pack with a red LED for safety indication.

Manufacturer: Olympia
Product Name: EX Series of Headlamps
MSRP: Varies

olympia ex series headlamps
Olympia EX Series Headlamps

olympia ex series headlamps
Olympia EX Series Headlamps

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