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Silva Trail Runner II -

by Silva

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  • Splash proof (iPX6) - use in all conditions
  • Silva Intelligent Light - optimized light technology
  • 140 lumen - Power LED technology with

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  • ASIN: B00G4QYB2M
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 24 Oct 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,896 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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8 of 8 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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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 2 Oct 2014
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I would give it 4.5 stars if it was possible and I was considering 5 as any negative points I have got about are minor. In the end 4 stars it is, because I think Silva could have fixed the "problems" easily and create an absolutely perfect running head torch (if a bit more expensive - which is probably why they haven't done it!).

Bad news first.
Lack of Wide mode (flood light only at full power) - not sure why, as it is present on many other Silva head torches. As it is, to get flood light at high power, I have to use High mode, which is unnecessary drain on batteries.
Flood LED could be more powerful - I believe they used lower power LED for flood light than for the spot light, which makes Low mode less useful for running (it's a little bit dim and higher power spot creates a little bit of a tunnel vision). Again, easily fixed by switching to High mode...
So, with Wide mode and more powerful flood light, I could use Low or Wide mode most of the time and get significantly longer practical battery life. As it is, it's on High mode a lot, so burn time is shorter. Although with lower power flood light it probably looks better on paper!
It's not really such a big deal - just switch to High power mode and change the batteries a bit more frequently. It's not an expedition head torch, I only use it for running, so I guess I'm moaning a bit too much ;) I only need a couple of hours of light at the time after all!

Now good news.
Comfort - on a 10 point scale it would be around 14. Very wide headband with silicone rubber strip inside means it sits on your head perfectly still and there is no need to make it tight to achieve it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By RickyBobby on 24 Feb 2014
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Worth every penny, very bright, very light and stable, the head band is wide and has a small non slip rubber strip running through it so you don't need it really tight to stay in place. The battery pack is at the back which means that the weight is distributed evenly and not all at the front. if you have looked at these more expensive head lights and are not sure then let me re-assure you that you will not be disapointed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By David P. on 25 Nov 2014
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As winters drawing in, there's not so much light around so I decided it was time to get a headlamp for those un-lit and poorly lit areas. After reading many online reviews by other runners of headlamps I decided to go with this more premium offering from Silva rather a cheaper one that likely wouldn't do the job as well.

The Silva Trail runner is IPX6 splashproof rated, meaning that while it is unlikely to survive a dunking it should survive the rain (unlike many of the cheaper competitors), but if you need full waterproofing then there are other ones in the Silva range with an IPX7 rating.

The 140 lumen beam is outputted from two LEDs, one of which is wide angle for peripheral vision and the other for a brighter spotlight for distance vision. I found that this is a setup that works very well for running. The main beams can be tilted up and down to adjust for user height/beam distance. There is no taillight, but the battery pack does have a slot on it for a Silva Tyto light if you need one.

The light has three modes: strobe (activated by a long press from off), wide+spot (quick press from off, strobe or wide only) and wide only (quick press from wide+spot). The quick press to switch between wide+spot and wide only makes it easy to dip your light to stop you blinding other road/trail users. A long press (from on) turns the light off, a few seconds after which a indicator LED shines green, orange or red indicating the battery status.

The unit itself is light in terms of weight ~125g including 3 x AAA batteries, ~140g with a Siva Tyto too. Most of the weight is concentrated in the battery pack.
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