Don’t be fooled by imitations. Only Lightheaded makes the official R.E.D. Nose Light endorsed by Rudolph.
We've continued our newfound tradition of adding the latest and greatest technology to this year's edition of the R.E.D. Nose light.
Our patented R.E.D. Nose Light is ideal for guiding sleighs, making holidays bright, or even saving the day on foggy Christmas nights.
Ensuring that all children have a Christmas that they will remember for the rest of their lives is priority number one with Santa. It also happens to be a top priority with all of us at Lightheaded. That is why we took it upon ourselves to create an upgrade for Rudolph’s “Shiny Red Nose”. Sure it's been glowing brightly for many, many years. But, with more intense winters recently, climate change and all, we felt it necessary to help Santa and his crew be better prepared for the dark night sky.
Sorry Dark Sky Advocates, but for one night we felt it needed to be bright! Inside Rudolph’s R.E.D. Nose Light is a perfect blend of today’s and tomorrow’s technology, seamlessly incorporating LED & Laser-driven diodes to produce perfect intensity, lumen distribution & CRI; to name but a few. Behind the shiny red glow is a plethora of technology necessary to guide any sleigh, especially at the speeds Santa flies at. All without compromising the look and feel Rudolph is known for!
High Power 638nm Red Diodes circle the perimeter of the N.O.S.E. light to give Rudolph that unmistakable red glow that he is oh so famous for.
FPGA IC (Field Programmable Gate Array) works in concert with wireless voice control via Bluetooth v25.
Varying intensity NIGEL Laser providing up to 1.21 Jinglewatts 250 Million CBCP, able to reach a staggering 2000 miles or 3218 km.
Adaptive beam controls the hydraulic Catadioptric focal lens, allowing free movement of illumination required for all the twists and turns needed to quietly land on any rooftop.
Two AAAA Lithium NICK rechargeable batteries capable of holding a full 24-hour charge.
Sleigh-controlled gyro intensity module; goes to 11.
Snowman GPS positioning able to coordinate down to the snowflake.