FoxFury Command 10 Ultra-Slim Firefighter Helmet Light with Rear Safety LED

FoxFury Command 10 Ultra-Slim Firefighter Helmet Light with Rear Safety LED

FoxFury Command 10 Ultra-Slim Firefighter Helmet Light with Rear Safety LED FoxFury
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FoxFury Command 10 Ultra-Slim Firefighter Helmet Light with Rear Safety LED

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FoxFury’s Command 10 Firefighter Helmet Light can be worn on most American style traditional and modern fire helmets to provide focused and panoramic light while you work.

FoxFury’s Command 10 Firefighter Helmet Light provides up to 48 lumens of focused and panoramic light that allows you to gain immediate awareness of and respond faster to your current situation. The helmet light also features a red rear safety LED, which helps you to be noticed more easily while you’re on the job. Equipped with a fire resistant silicone strap, this ultra-slim light clears 99% of American style traditional and modern fire helmets with external visors or faceshields. Made of durable nylon 66 housing with a polycarbonate lens cover, silicone switch cover, and Teflon jacketed cable, the Command 10 Firefighter Helmet Light is highly fire resistant, as well as impact resistant and waterproof up to 9.8 ft. (3 m). If you’re looking for a headlamp that provides a wide, powerful beam of bright light while allowing you the full use of both hands to get the job done, you’ll find that FoxFury’s Command 10 Firefighter Helmet Light will suit your needs well.

  • Made of nylon 66 housing with polycarbonate lens cover, silicone switch cover, and Teflon jacketed cable
  • Ultra-slim design fits 99% of American style traditional and modern fire helmets with external visors or faceshields
  • Helmet light provides up to 48 lumens of focused and panoramic light to a maximum distance of 79 ft. (24 m)
  • Red rear safety LED helps you be noticed more easily on the field
  • Fire resistant: meets NFPA 1971-2007 Fire Resistant Requirements (500°F / 260°C for 30 minutes)
  • Impact resistant and waterproof up to 9.8 ft. (3 m)
  • Runs on 4 AA batteries (not included)
  • CE, CE-EMC, and IPX-7 certifications
  • Two-year warranty

Light Emissions:

  • Three Lighting Modes:
    • Low: 16 lumens, 32 hour runtime
    • Medium: 38 lumens, 24 hour runtime
    • High: 48 lumens, 16 hour runtime
  • Beam Angle: 38°
  • Maximum Beam Distance: 79 ft. (24 m)

Product Materials:

  • Nylon 66 housing with polycarbonate lens cover
  • Teflon jacketed cable
  • Silicone switch cover
  • Silicone strap

Size and Weight:

  • 4.8” (122 mm) W x 0.7” (18 mm) D x 1.0” (25 mm) H
  • 10 oz. (283 g) with silicone strap

Durability:

  • Operating temperatures: 14°F (-10°C) to 300°F (149°C)
  • Fire resistant: meets NFPA 1971-2007 Fire Resistant Requirements (500°F / 260°C for 30 minutes)
  • Impact resistant: up to 9.8 ft. (3 m)
  • Waterproof: up to 9.8 ft. (3 m)

FoxFury's Command 10 Firefighter Helmet Light has a maximum runtime of 16 hours, output of 48 lumens, beam intensity of 144 candelas, and beam distance of 24 m.


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  • Q:

    Are these lights NFPA approved for bunker gear??
    Asked on 11/4/2016 by intelgunny from Steetman, TX

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      •Fire resistant: meets NFPA 1971-2007 Fire Resistant Requirements (500°F / 260°C for 30 minutes)

      Answered on 12/5/2016 by Butch
  • Q:

    Can the FoxFury Command 10 be worn riding a motorcycle in CA?
    Asked on 12/4/2015 by Mike

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      A:

      Mike we have not a clue if this possible, you need to contact someone in Ca. to get an answer to this. Maybe a better way to respond to this is yes as far as we know, if it's legal who knows.

      Answered on 12/9/2015 by bg
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