The undisputed industrial all-rounder.

A premium rechargeable headlamp with outstanding lighting quality and performance. With a phenomenal 2000 lumens and a beam distance of up to 300 metres, the Ledlenser iXEO 19R effortlessly lights up large areas like halls, tunnels, or major construction sites.

Fitted with two LED’s that can be operated and focused completely independently, the iXEO 19R is packed full of features. It is incredibly easy to operate with a new 5-way switch that lets you switch easily between the 5 different light functions. One of the light functions on offer is OPTISENSE technology, where the light automatically adjusts to the surrounding environment.

Essential Details

2000 lumens1 300 m1 20 h1
Regular price $371.95

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Special Information


Light Functions

These settings are a pure, bright delight:

  • Power - high light output for every situation
  • Low Power - economical light for long battery life, glare-free reading and working
  • Boost - short-duration maximum power for more brightness
  • Emergency - a low light output with exceptional run time in case of emergencies


Turn, press or both - how to switch these Ledlensers on:

  • Front Switch - a switch on the head of the torch so you can use one hand

Special functions

That special something about this Ledlenser:

  • Transportation Lock - prevents the light from being turned on inadvertently
  • Optisense Technology - for automatic adjustment to the surrounding lighting conditions


Safety features of this Ledlenser:

  • IPX6 - Protection against water projected in powerful jets

Energy Management

Full control over your power status:

  • Charge Indicator - it shows the current charge status of the battery
  • Battery Indicator - it shows the current level of the battery


By using rechargeable batteries, you're not just protecting your wallet, but also the environment. Regular batteries, after all, require up to 500 times more electricity to produce than they can release themselves. Combined with the energy consumption for transport and storage, the COemissions are huge.