Scorpion TGX (Tough - Extreme use)
with full GoPro compatibility
IP 68 5 metre immersion, extended control buttons, 8
Newtons pressure. Resistant against Derbyshire mud, sticking, and accidental activation
Quick touch #1 On - walk mode, middle, and max.
Longer touch #2, On - the flashes for those who like them.
10 sec press #3, On - 10 different brightness modes starting with a low
mode up to maximum.
accessory pack with lamp. Cycle and tripod mount, extensions etc.
separately controlled CMOS safety lock, draws approx 16 uA (16
millionths) amp on standby. Battery depletion measured in years!
connection, no plug to allow water to pass up inside the cable.
Glass, withstands a hammer blow, tested thus.
by simple jackplug, cover plug 10 BAR pressure rated.
Tight spot beam and
wide angle beam, power divided equally.
indicator acts as pilot light. Green, amber, red, and flashing red.
Additional blue strip ‘nightrider’ battery indicator on power up
28 watt hour
aluminium cased power bank. Genuine Sanyo cells. (3500 mAh @ 7.4V
(200 lumens) tested burn time, 12 hours full power then diminishing into
a 'slow death' up to 20 hours.
Test results are startling with hefty blows from a small
ball hammer leaving the glass unmarked. I actually tried to break the
thing to see the breakage pattern but had to give up. This glass is true
laminated being 2 glass with plastc interlayer thermally bonded. "Mulilayer"
is not the same thing, beware of imitations.
The lamp will to the best of my knowledge be unique in
having this type of glass. All the other lamps with the usual Scurion
type rimless glass are polycarbonate.
Pic below, note the 3 layers
Below, the 4 blue LED battery indicator and green "All well"
Lamp at 20 hours on Standard Mode.
Nice helmet bracket!
The Switch (Tested on a custom Lynx X_Basic )
"I have now used my upgraded Lynx X_Basic on three further digging trips
into speedwell cavern. I made no attempt to avoid mud covering the new
switch, and changed the brightness of the lamp at least twenty times on
each trip. After repeated muddy fingers pressing the button, the switch
did require noticeably more pressure for it to work. With extra pressure
the switch worked reliably.
Washing the switch in between trips has restored the switch pressure to
Mark, a Speedwell digger.
Price is £195 plus £10 post and packing, total £205. Includes GoPro
accessory kit as others.