EX100

Headlamps

The EX100 headlamp by Olympia has 100 lumens in the high mode and has many features. This headlamp is lightweight and includes a red rear LED light on the battery case for safety indication making it a great solution for activities such as running, cycling, skiing and more. It is powered by a Cree XP-C LED bulb, has four lighting modes and is water resistant. The headlamp also comes equipped with focus control allowing you to illuminate one particular spot or a cast a wider beam of light. Additionally, the headlamp features smooth dimming control and hands free operation. Simply wave your hand in front of the light and the white LED will turn on/off (red LED remains on). This feature is especially helpful when your hands are dirty or if you are wearing gloves.

EX100 Features:

  • Water resistant IPX-4
  • 100 Lumens
  • Cree XP-C LED
  • 4 light settings: High→Low→Red LED→SOS
  • Complies with ANSI FL 1 Standard
  • Beam distance: 105 Meters
  • Peak Beam Intensity: 2700 Candelas
  • Impact Resistance - 1 meter
  • 2 operation methods - Manual operation or IR sensor activation
  • Sensor activation operation: white LED turns on/off with a wave of the hand (red LED light remains on)
  • Red rear light on battery case for safety indication
  • Smooth dimming control
  • Pivoting head
  • Head strap color: Gray with red stripe
  • Compatible with: 3 x AA batteries (included)
  • $39.99 MSRP

EX100 Dimensions:

  • Headamp:
    • Width:  2.8" (72 mm)
    • Height:  2.1" (53 mm)
    • Depth: 1.7" (43 mm)
  • Battery Case:
    • Width:  3.2" (82 mm)
    • Height:  2" (51 mm)
    • Depth: 1.1" (29 mm)
  • Weight w/batteries: 7.3 ozs. (206 g)
ANSI/FL1
Mode Lumens  Runtime   BeamRange  Beam Intensity ImpactResistance  WaterResistant 
High 100 Lumens  21 hours 105
Meters
(Max)
2700
Candelas
(Max) 
 1 Meter       IPX-4
Low  5 Lumens  185 hours
Red LED  5 Lumens  40 hours
SOS  -  110 hours

 Included with EX080:

  • 1 Olympia EX100 Cree XP-C LED Headlamp
  • 3 AA alkaline batteries
  • 1 Head Strap
  • 1 User Guide