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Energizer

Energizer LED Headlamp

4.6
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  • Country Of Origin : China
  • The Package Height Of The Product Is 7.48 Inches
  • The Package Length Of The Product Is 1.58 Inches
  • The Package Width Of The Product Is 5.91 Inches

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Customer Reviews

GREAT LIGHT! GREAT PRICE! Works perfectly and was a life saver. I bought this on deployment because I had a hard time seeing on the flight deck at night and some of the lights were out in berthing so the red light was a selling point for me (because you can't have white light at night on a ship). As a maintenance tech, I work with my hands so the second selling feature was the headband for hands free use. Lights are bright and has good battery life. Stock up on batteries (AAA) because you will be using this ALL the time once you see the usefulness and functionality of this piece of equipment. 5Effective light, but with big flaw (corrected with a little black paint). The light is very bright, but if you hold the button down, you can dim it (and expend battery life). The two flood beam lights work well. The single big spot beam is very bright, but as other viewers have noted, its very bright beam is in you field of view, directly up. The first time I used the light I switched the spot beam off and used only the flood beam. That solves the problem, but why buy the light if you can't use half of it? Thinking of wearing it on top of a hat with a brim to block the light, which may be okay in some instances. Some others have suggested applying a piece of black tape. With all the choices, I would not buy again.UPDATE: I painted the lower edge of the spot beam's clear bezel black, and that resolved the issue of the bright light shining in my eyes. With that done, the light works great. In fact, it is insanely bright, although the control button will smoothly dim the light if you hold it down. 4nice little head lamp, not perfect I use head lights quite a bit for doing things at night, and have had an old Energizer LED head light for a few years. Decided to upgrade to a newer one, and got this one. So, I put it through it's paces, and was pleased with the different colors, and their operation. Also, liked the two buttons, one for the colored lights, and one for the white light. Didn't care for the spread or focus of the white lights, but that was minor.Then one night I noticed that there was an occasional, random red flash when using the white light. Since then, when I used this light on the white light setting, there will be flashes of red every so often. Not a terrible thing, but annoying as hell. So, I took two stars off for the defect. Otherwise, t's a good light. 3Great except for glare on eyebrows and glasses I tested five LED headlamps for my 2018 Hood to Coast Relay team: the Energizer LED, Foxelli 135lm, Black Diamond Cosmo and Storm, and the Coast FL 75. You can read my reviews of each headlamp on Amazon. The brightest of the five was the Black Diamond Storm, but it was also the most expensive and the heaviest by nearly one ounce at 3.9 ounces because it required four AAA batteries while all the other headlamps used three AAA batteries. Next in brightness was the Coast FL 75, but the one I got had a phantom power drain that reduced the lifespan of the batteries when not in use. The Energizer LED headlamp was a bargain at $13 and next brightest, but it had one glaring flaw. The bezel around the light was transparent, causing light to leak out and down onto my eyebrows and my glasses. I fixed it by putting a thin piece of black duct tape under the bottom of the lens. Otherwise, this was my favorite headlamp and I wore it at the Hood to Coast Relay. The beam is wide with a center hotspot like all the other lights, except for the Foxelli, which is a pure flood. The four modes of the Energizer give the user enough modes without forcing you to read a manual to figure out how to use it, like the BD Storm. This light would get 5 stars, except for the glare... and don't misunderstand my rating. The glare is very bad, but it can be fixed by taping over the botton of the lens. The Cosmo illumination was inadequate for night running so I returned it. The Foxelli was not quite as bright as the Energizer, but it was still bright enough for night running. As a pure flood, the Foxelli could be adjusted for a tighter and thus brighter beam, but since both headlamps were $13, it loses to the Energizer. 4Great headlamp, not as smooth as older Energizer models I have owned other headlamps (including a cheap off-brand given to me as a gift) and Energizer ones are the best. They are the brightest, most durable, and stand up to quite a bit of abuse. Both Energizer ones I had owned previously were purchased at least 10 years ago. They both lasted until they got lost - neither one ever broke, nor did the bulbs burn out.I really like the night vision (red) on this model. I have used it while stargazing so I don't lose my night eyes while consulting a diagram or map. I've also used it while doing aquarium maintenance at night, so as not to startle the fishies.A feature new to me is that on this you can customize the brightness of the light. It's easy to do. As soon as you have it on the setting you want, click it again and it automatically starts to get brighter or dimmer. Just press the button a final time to stop it at the desired brightness.That the head strap can be removed and washed is one more reason why Energizer headlamps are better than the others I've owned. This is a newer feature as my old Energizer has the strap firmly attached to the sides of the lamp. See pic.My only complaint about this model is that aiming it in the up-and-down plane used to be much smoother. On my older Energizers, you used to be able to rotate it to any angle you liked (between the min and max allowed) and it would stay. Now it clicks between a few predetermined angles. And each adjustment from click to click is very hard, meaning it requires more force than it used to take, and makes a loud CLACK sound each time.That is a minor problem to me. Given all the other advantages, I will continue to be an Energizer headlamp devotee. 4Settings are nice, glare on face is not. I pre-ordered this headlamp and wish I had waited.PRO: Can be very bright. Adjustable brightness is very handy. I particularly like the ability to choose between spot, flood and combo. I typically use flood mode for working around camp or looking at things I am doing. I use spot for trying to look into middle distance at night.CON: This headlamp shines a LOT of glare into your face. The entire faceplate of the the lamp is clear plastic. When turned on, this plastic refracts light down into your face. It is particularly bad when the spotlight LED is active, as this LED is very bright and is closest to the bottom of the lamp, where the light refracts into your face. The glare into the wearer's face is so bad you really can't see much, unless you hold your hand to your brow in "salute" style, to block the glare. The glare worsens as you tilt the lamp down to shine at a lower angle.I fixed this glare problem, mostly, by masking the bottom of the lamp with electrical tape. This blocks most of the downward glare. I was careful and did a clean job, so it doesn't look too goofy. However, two stars for even needing to do this, and for the fact that unless you block the glare somehow, this light actually makes night usage very difficult. I would have hoped the Energizer design people would have noticed this problem during product testing and, you know, fixed it themselves. 2Low battery indicator light is obnoxious! Dear energizer company, don't you think we already notice that our batteries are getting low when our light is starting to become dim? We don't need a red light flashing at us every minute to remind us. It's a distraction, its disorienting, and absolutely pointless. You should have also designed this light so the distance spot light could be used by itself. Poor design. 1I like that it has a single button to switch between ... I bought this to replace an older Energizer headlamp that had served me well, until the headband stretched beyond use (had to tie it in a knot to take up the slack), among other things that wore down over time (the LEDs still remain very bright). By comparison, this headlamp seems much brighter. I like that it has a single button to switch between all the LED settings (including the fact that it cycles through both white and red settings like my previous one...many others seem to have separate buttons for white or red, like I'll wear it often enough to remember which button turns on which color). The dimming function is nice, though I didn't really have a purpose for it (I bought it for camping...I either need bright led, or red).What I don't like is that after a handful of uses, the headband is already showing signs of overstretch. I don't recall my previous one being fatigued so quickly.Second, although the lamp can be adjusted/tilted, the first click is a really hard snap...which, while on your forehead, is like getting smacked in the forehead. Maybe over time it'll soften up (closes easily, though), but I try to adjust it before putting it on my head.Third, the plastic buckle/adjuster/whatever is squarely on the back of the head and is comfortable...except if you happen to be laying on your back and decide to rest your head on the ground...a situation I found myself in while working under my truck. While I don't expect it to be pillow-like in anyway, I didn't think it would hurt so much the first time I did it.Lastly, I wish it came in other colors. The green is okay, it's just not my kind of color.All in all, it does what I need it to do, but I kind of like my older one a little more. 3Trail Running I use the this mostly for when I'm running trail.Pros: price, red LED, lightweight.Cons: face glare, light angle adjuster is cheap and will likely break.I use this headlamp for when I run trails at night, and also for hiking/camping. The white light settings provide excellent illumination at night, and I typically use the white spot light or the white flood light for night running. The combination spot and flood light mode only really helps light up your periphery, and you drain the batteries faster, so I almost never need it. I initially thought that the light was much weaker, but I figured out that the batteries that came with the headlamp were not at full capacity, so once I swapped the 3 AAA's out, the light was much, much brighter. Additionally, I like the red light feature since it keeps your eyes dark adjusted. The face glare is very annoying and shows a lack of attention to detail by Energizer. You can cover the bottom of the large LED light with electrical tape to fix that issue. Also, the light angle adjuster is terribly cheap and will likely snap if used repeatedly. Battery life is good; I think on high (flood plus spot) you'll get up to 6 hours, and double or triple that on the lower settings (spot OR flood). Light gets very dim when batteries are low, so you will know when it's time for new batteries. 4Very bright when it turns on. The light was very bright and the red and green lights worked well. The light broke the first time I used it however. When turning the light on, the power button made a pop noise and now it is incredibly difficult to turn it on, requiring a lot of pressure to trigger it. It usually only registers one out of every 5 or so attempts. I was completely unable to turn the lamp on while wearing gloves. Bought this for hunting, but it quickly became useless. 1
Energizer LED Headlamp

Energizer LED Headlamp

4.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
NZ$ 87.00
Sale price
NZ$ 87.00
Regular price
NZ$ 144.00
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Unit price
per 
Save 40% (NZ$ 57.00)