Light your way out of the dark with the ultra-comfortable, hands-free Energizer Vision HD LED Headlamp. Its pivoting head, up to 50-meter beam, and IPX4 water-resistant construction make it the ideal choice for early-morning runs, everyday projects, and late-night hikes. Its thoughtful design lets you adjust your light between 4 modes and your band from small to large. Its pivotable head design lets you adjust your light between 4 modes: high (great for hiking or hunting) to low (perfect for reading or using as a work light) to spot light (for viewing at a distance—great for biking) to flood (ideal for a wider visibility—indoors or outdoors). The comfort of this stretchable, washable band makes it easy to wear, allowing you to adjust its size from small to large. Give a round of applause for the hands-free light of Energizer Vision HD Headlight.
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- Lightweight Energizer Vision HD LED Headlamp works with 3 Energizer MAX AAA batteries (batteries included)
- Powerful beam reaches up to 50 meters and puts out up to 200 lumens with state-of-the-art LED technology
- Switches easily between 4 light modes: high, low, spot, and flood
- Comfortable, washable band with pivoting headlight directs light where you need it
- This durable headlamp resists damage from drops up to 1 meter high, for worry-free use, whether you’re hiking, biking, or working around the garage
- IPX4 water-resistant construction withstands splashing
- Runs for up to 8.5 hours in high mode
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Then the bad - there is a little ratchet mechanism built into the bottom of the light that allows you to adjust the aim downward. It's poorly designed. It ratchets one way (up) very easily. But for my use, this position aims the light too high. Too adjust the light downward, you have to pull pretty hard on it, and it feels like it is going to break the plastic tab. So, I end up taking it off to pull out on the tab with my fingernail, then adjust it, and let the tab go to latch into position. The worst part is - every time I hit the on/off button, the light ratchets back up into it's upward-most position, and I end up having to take it off and adjust it again. Very annoying.
I put this on the other night to polish up my chrome (which is all over the bike) and what a breeze. I don't know why I didn't think of this sooner. I got the HD and it is certainly all I needed (I considered getting the version with the night vision lense but I rarely use my night vision goggles at home). I'm happier than a pig in s*^#. I honestly could care less how soon I'll need to replace batteries. It has made life so much easier.
I DID NOT receive these free or otherwise. I just really like em.
*Has both a spot and flood beam, available separately or together
*Has a dimming function
*Energizer batteries included
*Dimming function only works in Mode 1 where both the flood and spot are on. I would like a dimming function that works when just the spot or flood LEDs are on.
*The beam pattern could be better. The spot mode has a bright, bluish center with a warmer area around it. The flood beam is a bit inconsistent with a dark spot in the center.
In other news, this headlamp is an excellent vein transilluminator. Traditionally, vein transilluminators can cost somewhere between $150 and up, this $15 headlamp can flex into a vein transilluminator. I do plan on purchasing the 250 lumen headlamp to maximize exposure.
Super Bright and Easy to Use
Flashlights have come a long way in the last decade. It's too hard to compete when most flashlights cost under $50.
The head band is great because it frees your hands. Super bright and buttons are easy to use.