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If you need a headlamp that gives you bright lighting and dependability for hands-free work, Petzl headlamps are the industry standard for firefighting, search and rescue, medical emergencies, and any other situation where you need tough equipment that will work under the worst conditions. But even the best headlamp won't help you - or anyone else - if its batteries aren't working properly. That's why OmniProGear carries a complete line of Petzl batteries, battery packs and rechargeable batteries to keep your lights bright. We offer competitive prices and fast turnaround on these products. Pick up a few spares so you'll never be left in the dark.

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Our selection of Petzl batteries includes tiny camera-sized cell batteries, battery packs that can power your headlamp with disposable alkaline batteries and rechargeable battery packs that pack plenty of power. These rechargeables can be reused over and over, so they are good for the environment as well as your budget.
In addition, you can find Petzl headlamps here, such as the Petzl NAO 2 headlamp. Available with a custom, molded, zippered case, this headlamp is rugged but comfortable and includes a rechargeable lithium ion battery. Complete with reactive lighting, this technologically advanced headlamp adjusts between 7 and 575 lumens given the environment.
If you want to save money while helping to save the environment, consider our Petzl rechargeable batteries. They're available for many models of Petzl headlamps and will keep them running strong. Many can be conveniently recharged via a USB connection.
In addition, OmniProGear also stocks battery packs that use disposable alkaline batteries that give you the convenience of power from batteries that you can buy at any store to run your Petzl headlamp. These disposables provide less illumination power than rechargeables but add extra convenience and versatility to a Petzl headlamp, especially if you're operating in conditions where recharging is difficult or not an option.