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Silva Trail Runner II -

by Silva

RRP: £59.99
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  • Attachment: Headband
  • Batteries/type: 3x Aaa (external Battery Pack)
  • Battery Indication: Shows Battery Status When Turned Off
  • Beam Pattern: Intelligent Light - Optimized Light Distribution
  • Bulb Type: 1x High Power Led + 1x Wide Angle Led

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  • ASIN: B00G4QYB2M
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 24 Oct 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 28,899 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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The Silva Trail Runner II is lightweight and comfortable to wear, as the headband is extra wide and anti-slip treated. The battery compartment is small and holds 3 AAA batteries, where it is put on the headband. Silva uses Silva Intelligent Light, where it is designed to give the wearer a wide and long angle, so that less head movement is needed- giving better balance and greater speed. Features: 90h/30h battery lifeSilva Intelligent Light140 max lumen50m light distanceIPX6 splash proofWeight-118g Glossary: Silva Intelligent Light Is a light distribution technology. It combines a wide angle flood light with a long reach spot light. The unique light image gives the user peripheral and long distance vision at the same time. For a runner, cross country skier or mountain biker this translates into less head movement, increased control, better balance and more speed

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By CriticalMass on 13 Jan 2014
I have been running for acouple of years now and have completed a marathon and several half marathons. I wanted to up my training mileage which means running in the dark on early winter mornings and late afternoons and evenings, juggling my runs around work. I had a few specific requirements, and the Silva Trail 2 meets those nicely.

Firstly I wanted a headtorch which is light - the Silva 2 takes 3 AAA batteries and having used it on several runs now I can honestly say that I forgot I was wearing it.

The headtorch is switched on by pressing in the power button to the left of the main light (there are 2 lights on the torch - a main beam and a second diffused one that lights up the wider area in front of you). One press gives out a bright light, a second press dims the beam to save power, pressing a third time switches it back to a bright beam. Holding the power button for a couple of seconds switches the torch off. The diffused beam bulb will then shine green, orange or red to alert you to how much battery power is left which is a very handy feature.

I guess the dimmed beam is a good power saving feature but I need a headtorch for trails and back roads that range from dark to pitch black and the bright beam copes well with both. I am aware of other makes of headtorch that have a brighter beam in turns of a higher lumen rating but then many of these have a much shorter battery life so it's a trade-off which for me the Silva 2 wins handsomely. To my mind there is no point having an extremely bright head torch if it only lasts a couple of hours. The Silva 2 has been rated as lasting 20 hours but I have not tested this out yet. In any case I need to be able to get a good 12-15 hours as I intend to run an ultramarathon.
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