This headlamp outputs 150 lumens making it twice as bright as other models. Has a light beam distance of up to 200 meters. It only weighs a few ounces and can be set to various angles to light your way. It even comes with its own batteries. There are three lighting modes – High, Low and Flash for things such as emergencies.
This headlamp is very nice and very well made. It is great for our nights out camping, sitting by the fire, biking, hiking and more. When camping we spend a great deal of time biking – with this we don’t need to hold a flashlight while riding in the dark. Holding a flashlight is never safe since the bikes all have handbrakes – a headlamp allows for freedom from distraction while still seeing. I know it doesn’t seem like much but it is a huge relief to receive a product that doesn’t need batteries – they are already included. And they are regular batteries that I can buy anywhere. No need to charge them (and risk losing a charger), no need to spend big bucks on replacement batteries – it uses regular alkaline batteries. Easy as can be. They are also very easy to replace and the light is very easy to turn on. This is perfect for when the kids wear it. They don’t quite have the coordination to multitask while on a bike and this is very easy to manipulate without causing them to lose their balance. It also comes in a really sturdy box – not something flimsy. Think of it as the same quality of an Apple product box. And seriously – presentation is a huge deal. It tells the buyer before they even open the package that the brand has put some real effort into making this the best product it can be.
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