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Viper peformance caving light

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Item Description

Viper lights are a no compromise high performance caving light system utilising the latest LED and battery technology.

Before going any further, check out the dedicated Viper website which has tons of photos of the Viper lights and all the information you need, along with a list of retailers stocking the Viper www.vipercave.com.

We are well known in the mountain biking world for our highly acclaimed Tiger Lights which use the same cutting-edge LEDs as the Vipers.

The extreme demands of caving environments required a complete redesign for the Viper light. We teamed up with Warmbac Wetsuits, a specialist caving company in Somerset to ensure months of rigorous testing.

Precision CNC enclosures, sealed industrial connectors, hardened lenses and a patent pending fuel gauge are just a few of many features that ensure Viper lights represent the cutting edge of the caving light market.

Viper battery case.

Extremely bright 825 lumen output
Four light settings: camp, low, mid, high
Lasts over two days on camp setting
State of the art lithium-ion battery
Integral six stage fuel gauge
Fully immersible lamp and battery unit
CNC machined and anodised
Upgrade LEDs as technology improves
Designed and assembled in the UK

Viper features!

Here is whats in the Viper box (helmet NOT included!):

Viper lamp unit
Viper battery unit
Smart charger
UK mains adaptor
Car charger lead
Viper manual
3 x M3 bolts
6 x washers
2 x cable ties

The Modification of Helmets for Caving: The Viper lights require that you drill three holes in your helmet for mounting the battery. This is unlikely to have an adverse effect on the overall strength or protection offered by the helmet shell but obviously this can't be guaranteed. Drilling holes into a helmet shell technically invalidates its certification as Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and may have an adverse effect on the amount of protection provided by it so anyone who modifies or uses a modified helmet must be aware of, and fully accept, the potential incurred risks of the modification beforehand and during subsequent use.
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