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Once our lights shine their bright beams, they can no longer be overlooked: Not even by the experts. This has been demonstrated by around 200 awards, prizes and test ratings for more than 70 of our torches and head torches. For example, for the lights listed below.
The figures alone are award-worthy: 3200 lm1 light output, up to 700 m1 lighting range and 40 hrs1 maximum battery life. Packed in a casing which the X21R.2 received three prizes for – the Red Dot Design Award, the Red Dot Product Design Award and a finalist placing for the GIT Security Award.
With two LED light canons, up to 2000 lm1 lighting power and functional design, this head torch is a match for any challenge – even according to the experts. The XEO19R achieved the top grade of “very good” in a test by the magazine Mountain Bike. In 2016 it was also awarded two prizes by international expert panels: the Red Dot Product Design Award and the iF Design Award.
As the largest and most powerful torch of the M-Series, with its pioneering battery technology the M17R is immensely popular among customers and jury members alike. It’s not surprising that the stylish, high-performance light has already won several prizes thanks to its breakthrough technology. These include the Focus Open, the Red Dot Product Design Award and the iF Product Design Award.
From the idea to the finished product.
How does a spark become a bonfire? Or in other words: How are lights at Ledlenser made? We can answer that with our case study using the evolutionary story of the XEO19R.
Prominence is having the technical edge.
From innovative lenses to future-oriented batteries – we work tirelessly to further develop our technological edge. And this is why we already have over 100 patents
The latest highlights, campaigns and products from Ledlenser.
We are constantly seeking new challenges, questioning the status quo and improving our own proven products. Our company therefore never stands still – and there is always something to report on.