Streamlight, Inc. announced the Twin-Task line of work lights now include a hands-free, rechargeable model, the Twin-Task USB Headlamp. The new light uses two unique LEDs to provide a spot beam or flood light, allowing for hands-free lighting for both distance and close-up applications. Delivering up to 375 lumens, it also features a built-in USB port for on-the-go recharging in the light.
The Twin-Task USB headlamp uses a traditional LED to provide spot lighting for distance illumination, while COB LED delivers a diffused flood light that reduces glare while filling a work area with light.
“With two light sources to choose from, the new Twin-Task USB brings the versatility of the handheld model to a headlamp,” said Streamlight Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Michael F. Dineen. “With its main beam for distance spotting and a COB Flood LED for working close up, automotive, industrial and other professionals always have just the right mode for their lighting needs. It also offers the convenience of USB recharging, or the option of quickly changing to a backup battery if a USB charging source isn’t available.”
The Twin-Task USB Headlamp features a rechargeable lithium ion battery, which is located in a rear battery pack. Its multi-function, push-button switch allows users to access five lighting modes. The Spot LED (with high, medium and low modes) ranges from 375 lumens and 4.75 hours of run time on high to 50 lumens and 20 hours on low. The COB Flood LED has two modes: high, 250 lumens and a 5-hour run time; and low, 125 lumens and a 9.25-hour run time.
The headlamp features a 120° tilting head to reduce neck fatigue. With a body made of impact-modified nylon, the light weighs 6.1 oz. with the included battery. The light’s head bracket measures 2.67″ long and the rear battery pack is 3.34″ in length.
Featuring an IPX4 rating for water resistance, the Twin-Task USB Headlamp is water resistant to 2 meters.