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Halo Cordless Surgical Headlight

ProductsHalo Cordless Surgical Headlight
Company Enova Medical Technologies
Item Halo Cordless Surgical Headlight
Features 
  • Cordless - no fiber optic cable or power supply
  • Easy to maintain - no cable or bulbs to replace
  • Consistently bright - Halo LEDs last over 10,000 hours
  • Portable - entire system fits in a drawstring bag
  • Battery-Powered - reusable lithium-ion batteries provide four five hours of use per charge
  • Description Enova introduces the Halo Cordless Surgical Headlight, the world's first and only completely cordless surgical headlight. Illuminated by innovative LED technology, and powered with rechargeable batteries, the Halo delivers bright, white, cool light, guaranteeing phenomenal light color today, tomorrow and for over 10,000 hours of surgery. The Halo delivers a higher level of brightness than most fiber-optic headlights, providing surgeons with true color rendition of patient tissue.
    Info Enova Medical Technologies
    Customer Service: (651) 773-3181

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