Streamlight's flashlight designed for helmet, hand and right-angle use

The Vantage 180 was created using feedback from customers looking for a more versatile helmet light


The newest product from Streamlight was created using feedback from its customers looking for a more versatile helmet light.

The Vantage 180 can be used as a helmet light, a handheld flashlight and a right-angle light.

The headlight can be used in high or low mode with a super-bright spot beam of 250 lumens that runs four hours and a low intense beam of 100 lumens that runs for 12 hours.

(Photo/Meera Pal)
(Photo/Meera Pal)

The LED rear taillight changes from blue to white with the blue light used for better visibility in heavy smoke and the white light used as a downcast flood light to illuminate the ground.

The light, which includes a quick-release helmet bracket as well as a pocket clip and turnout gear attachment hook, comes with two CR123A lithium batteries.

The Vantage 180 has an MSRP of $125.

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