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Dorcy 41-2098 Weather Resistant Adjustable LED Headlight Flashlight with (2) Brightness Modes, 115-Lumens, Silver Finish


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  • Features an intense beam of light that projects over 328-feet with 115-lumens of light output with (2) settings
  • Comfortable and adjustable elastic head strap that allows for hands-free use
  • Weather resistant design and light weight plastic construction with a silver finish
  • Attached ratcheting device allows for the headlight to be adjusted to the appropriate angle
  • Comes with a 1-year limited warranty
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Technical Details
Part Number 41-2098
Item Weight3.4 ounces
Product Dimensions2.8 x 2.8 x 2.2 inches
Item model number41-2098
SizeSmall
ColorBlack/Silver
MaterialNA
Power SourceBattery-Powered
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Batteries Included?Yes
Batteries Required?Yes
Warranty DescriptionThis product is warranted to be free from defect in material or workmanship for one year from date of purchase. If product is defective, please return to Dorcy for repair or replacement. Dorcy reserves the right to substitute product of equal value if returned product is not available.
  
Additional Information
ASINB000YXJ018
Best Sellers Rank #71,171 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableNovember 16, 2007
  
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Product Description

The Dorcy 41-2098 Weather Resistant Adjustable LED Headlight Flashlight is the brightest headlight on the market today, making it ideal to provide you with superior illumination wherever you need it. This headlight features an intense beam of light that projects over 328-feet with 115-lumens of light output, a 2-hour run time and (2) brightness modes: full and half power. The 41-2098 has an easy to operate push button on and off switch mounted on the side of the headlight. An attached ratcheting device allows for the headlight to be adjusted to the appropriate angle. Light weight at only 0.21-pounds, this headlight features a durable ABS plastic construction, a lightweight and sturdy material with a silver finish. The 41-2098 contains a comfortable and adjustable elastic strap that allows for convenient hands-free use. This weather resistant headlight comes complete with (3) AAA-cell batteries for your convenience. This headlight measures 2.87-inches with a 1.65-inch bezel diameter. The Dorcy 41-2098 Weather Resistant Adjustable LED Headlight Flashlight comes with a 1-year limited warranty to protect against defects in material or workmanship. Dorcy International offers an expansive range of lighting products and continues to evolve with new market demands, ranging from LED technology and fashion to leadership in new product development. Dorcy's complete packaging and distribution center is located right here in the USA in Columbus, Ohio. Dorcy International has been making flashlights for over 55-years and is proud to be business partners with many of the world's largest retailers.

From the Manufacturer

The 115 Lumen LED Headlight is the brightest headlight on the market today. This headlight features an intense beam of light that projects over 150 feet. The LED headlight has an easy to operate push button switch mounted on the side of the headlight. An attached ratcheting device allows for the headlight to be adjusted to the appropriate angle. The headlight contains a comfortable and adjustable elastic strap that allows for hands-free use. The Headlight comes complete with 3 AAA cell batteries.

Customer Reviews

It has a very bright light.
Jimmy Hix
The batteries will not last a really long time if you keep it on for long periods of time, but overall, still great!
MBS
I would definite buy again.
John D. Chan

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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By BDMIN on November 28, 2009
I have owned this light for several years. The one I have may be an older model because it doesn't look exactly the same as the one pictured. The light is pretty bright when the batteries are charged. The batteries also last for quite a while. I have used the light about once or twice a week for 2 years, for a few hours each time. I have used it in torrential downpours, dropped it many times and it still works fine. I even cracked a piece off of the battery case inside, it doesn't fit quite right anymore, but still works fine.

What I feel is the most important aspect of this light is the way its setup. The light itself is located farther ahead from your face than most headlamps. For people who don't use headlights all the time (I have 3) this is very important. When using one of the headlamps that is close to your head and there is no plastic border surrounding the light, tilting it down to see what you are doing in front of you makes part of the light shine in your eyes, essentially ruining your night vision. This light is far enough off of your face that even when tilted down it doesn't go in your eyes. I would highly recommend this light for anyone who uses their headlamp a lot and doesn't want to be blinded while using it.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Omni Presence on December 23, 2009
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Just got this and have used it for walking around in the pitch dark and for working behind my stereo changing wires. Very practical so far. Construction is good. Operation is easy. I like it.

Easy to adjust headband with over-the-top loop makes it secure and comfortable and easy to position the light. The light is a little bit bulky compared to the Petzl low-profile lamps, which have their place but are not as bright and can't cast a long-distance beam like this one does. But it's not big, and it feels light. You're not going to forget it's there, but it's not a drag to wear.

The body seems solid enough, but made of plastic not aluminum. The ratcheting adjustment gear is plastic but it seems like good high-impact plastic that should last. We'll see. I don't really want to be adjusting it a lot, just in case.

The light turns on with one click, one more click dims it to about 60% brightness. It's easy to quickly click on and off. It looks very water resistant, or even waterproof.

There's just one bulb, the 3W Luxeon, and both brightness settings cast the same shaped focused beam surrounded by a cone of usable light. At either setting the beam goes out to at least 100ft and you can also see some of your surroundings, so you're not looking through a straw, so to speak. For example, I stood about six feet from a wall and the beam was about 18 inches wide and the cone of light was about ten feet wide, a pretty good balance. The headlamps that cast a diffuse glow are nice, but can't light up the night like this one does, especially out to 100ft.

The bright setting is surprisingly bright, especially considering the 3 AAA battery pack. The dimmer setting is a good balance between not too bright and not too dim. You can really see what you're doing.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By caver on November 1, 2010
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I bought this light because it is fairly in expensive and seemed like a good deal. When I got it I was very happy with it; it was very bright and I thought I got a great deal. however, when I went on a caving trip I was less than pleased. after a few hours I discovered that it was getting dim; I had figured it needed new batteries, but when I put them in it had gotten no brighter. the light continues to get progressively, yet significantly, dimmer as I use it, which is rare for a an LED light.

in conclusion I think this is a good deal for someone who does a little camping every now and then, but if you want a really good light, put out just a little extra cash and get a good light. I would recommended petzl, coast, or black diamond.

p.s. it claims 145 lumens but compared to my friend's coast flashlight that claims 97 it is really dim.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By JNieporte TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 10, 2010
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I saw these at Sears for $29.95, but bought mine from Amazon instead. The headlamp is rated at 145 lumens on high, and mine came out to about 140 on the supplied batteries. The clicky on the side helps out because with some headlamps, the clicky is on the top and can rotate the light downwards when you press it. Not the case here. One click turns the light on high, another click turns it on low, and a third turns it off. The ratcheting system used to hold the light at the right angle is nice; not too stiff and not too loose. The light also comes with an overhead strap, but I removed mine. You can use any kind of AAA batteries; alkaline, NiCad, NiMH, or lithium.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By William E. Purdy on September 27, 2010
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I have had many headlights over the years. Incandescent lights burned batteries quickly, so I jumped on the l.e.d. bandwagon and dropped $50 on a .5 watt Princeton Tech when they first came out. Loved the battery life, but the light was not impressive. The 1 watt lights came out and I spent $20 on one of those and loved it even more. Great battery life and pretty decent light. I wore that one out and just purchased this 3 watt light for $25. It showed up promptly and was IMPRESSIVELY bright on full power and even very functional at 1/2 power. The three 'triple-a' power supply keeps it lightweight and also makes it easy (and light) to carry spare batteries, should I even ever need them on trips.

The headband has narrow straps and it is tight when worn over a hat even when adjusted to the max diameter. But most lights have this issue as well. The On/Off/Half Power button works well, but it too, is small. I may crazy-glue a small object on the rubberized button to make it easier to find the 'sweet spot' to activate the power. The tilt feature to shine the light down is a bit stiff and makes a loud click sound as you adjust it, but that isn't really a bad thing. The battery cap and assembly is straightforward and works well. It is sealed with an O-ring to keep it watertight in the rain, but probably not during submersion.

Bottom line; very bright, decent price, and if it lasts me 2-3 years of camping, home use, and salt water boating, I got my money's worth. I'd happily buy another after it died.
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