Lupine Wilma R 3200 Lumen Lamp Head – Classic All-rounder
Wilma R is the universal weapon in the fight against darkness. Long time favourite of 24hr solo competitors, The Wilma R changes everything, with 3200 lumens, you really realize every stone on your way, even at the fastest movements and most difficult situations. No matter how extreme your activity may be – the Wilma helmet lamp makes it possible.
The FL1 Standard is a newly set standard to compare the specifications of flashlights by different manufacturers.
A Totally New Lamp
We have redesigned our proven Wilma completely. The high-quality aluminum body is now even more robust, more beautiful and above all more functional.
More cooling fins, more accessories, new quick release for mounting on bars and a helmet holder, which perfectly balances the weight on your head – this and more makes the current generation of Wilma your perfect night companion.
A New Night
Whatever you have been wanting to do at night, the Wilma makes it possible. With an Incredible 3200 lumens, this makes the Wilma brighter than conventional car headlights.
So much power and a perfectly balanced luminous image allow you to do any activity at night, no matter how extreme or difficult it is. Whether you make the run of your life while skiing or want to go to your limits on a mountain bike. The light of Wilma won’t limit.
Full control – with Bluetooth
There are situations where you want to take your hand to the head – but you need not.
With the newly integrated Bluetooth module, you control the Wilma no longer exclusively via the button directly on the lamp head, but now also via remote control or free mobile app.
By the Wilma lamp head you are 10 different dimming levels and numerous additional functions such as SOS, FLASH, RVLR or the alpine emergency signal available.
With a single keystroke you switch between levels, you can check the remaining battery life or combine up to 4 light levels in any order and create your very own light program.
More information on how to adjust the dim levels can be found inside the manual.