SKU: GC39-HU60REMOTE

Nitecore HU60 Wristband Remote

Nitecore HU60 Wristband Remote

Operating the HU60 is super easy with a simple three button design. One button turns the headlamp on and off. The other two buttons to change the focus of the flood and spot.; it's that simple! It comes with a three button wireless wristband remote that provides quick, easy access to all of the HU60's functions, especially useful in a tight spot. With an independent ID number for each device, it enables a quick and smart control of the headlamp within an effective remote distance of 2m (6.56ft).

Features:

1 x Nitecore Wristband Remote (Remote Control + Hook-and-loop Wristband)

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Nitecore HU60 Wristband Remote

Operating the HU60 is super easy with a simple three button design. One button turns the headlamp on and off. The other two buttons to change the focus of the flood and spot.; it's that simple! It comes with a three button wireless wristband remote that provides quick, easy access to all of the HU60's functions, especially useful in a tight spot. With an independent ID number for each device, it enables a quick and smart control of the headlamp within an effective remote distance of 2m (6.56ft).

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