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Energizer Pro 7 LED Industrial Headlamp


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100 Lumens
  • Four light modes plus strobe feature for a variety of tasks
  • Pivots to direct light where you need it
  • Easy to operate electronic switch
  • Water & impact resistant to stand up to harsh conditions
  • Easy-open battery compartment for convenience
  • Includes 3AAA Energizer MAX batteries
  • Lumens may vary
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Product Details

Style Name: 100 Lumens
  • Shipping Weight: 4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B00352O79U
  • Item model number: HD7L33INH
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (313 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,086 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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It is very bright and comfortable to wear.
I. Talbott
Very comfortable to wear on my head and it was very easy to adjust for my big head, too.
Rikee
Very handy to work on computers or anything were you need your hands free.
Adam Michael Leinss

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25 of 26 people found the following review helpful By B. Kemper VINE VOICE on August 18, 2011
Style Name: 100 Lumens Verified Purchase
Long ago, in a retail store far far away (REI), I bought a rather overpriced, underperforming headlamp by a company I won't name (though their name rhymes with "pretzel"). Then, for about half the price, I discovered this Energizer model and tried it out. I love this lamp! It is brighter, more versatile and offers more illumination options than the other one, and at literally half the price. I use it for night hiking, rock climbing, caving, and even nighttime swimming (no, it is not waterproof, but I do a lot of lake swimming, and since I go after work, it sometimes gets dark on me before I get done swimming across and back, so I just turn this headlamp on the red light setting and place it at my starting point so I can find my way back; works like a charm!). This lamp is a bit on the large side, so people with smaller builds, especially women, may feel a bit like Robocop wearing this thing, but for me (5' 11" 200 lbs) it is not bulky or uncomfortable at all. And they made a great improvement on the new ones: the back cover plate, which must be removed to replace the batteries, is now tethered to the body of the lamp with a little strap. That is GREAT because I once misplaced the back cover on my old one, and without that plate the lamp is basically useless. I now own 4 of these and I love them!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By J Nog on August 16, 2012
Style Name: 100 Lumens
Like I said, good unit 'for the price'. It's relatively inexpensive, and very ruggedly built. I've had mine for 2 years, and I really treat this thing badly. It's gets tossed around in my toolbox, backpack, dropped, stepped on, crushed under lots of gear unmercilessly, and continues to function like new through it all.

The light output is bright and steady, has a fairly well balanced pattern, and has 4 light modes available. It's very reliable. I'd say the output is somewhere between 30-50 lumens, so the claimed level of 57 isn't far off (if at all).

It's very miserly on batteries. I have changed the batteries only once in 2 years of fairly regular use. I have 4 LED headsets, and this one outperforms all the others on battery life, by far. It also continues to give a fairly strong beam even when the batteries are fairly depleted. I tested the same depleted batteries on all my units, and again this one outperformed the others by far.

I also like the built-in strap that connects the back of the battery case to the unit, to prevent it from being lost. Very thoughtful to add that, because it makes the light more useful in outdoor situations.

This unit is a significant upgrade to the Energizer 3 LED unit, and for the couple dollars difference, it is well worth it. If you're considering both, get this 7 LED unit over the 3 LED. You won't regret it.

So, why 4 stars instead of 5? There are a couple things about this unit that make it imperfect:
1. The light output between high and low modes is almost indistinguishable. The low light mode has a better defined pattern, and is barely less bright than the highest mode, so it's actually easier to see in low mode; especially in a situation where there is a lot of reflective surfaces.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Beantown on July 13, 2012
Style Name: 100 Lumens
My job is to repair heating and cooling systems that are in dark basements and attics. I have found this headlight to be one of my most prized tools. No more sucking on a dirty flashlight while I try to use both hands and see. The batteries last about a week for my use (about 3-4 hours a day)

I have been using the same headlight for about 2 years now and accidentally ran it through the washing machine about a year ago. Still works perfectly - the only bad thing is that the foam backing (which touches your head) has worn off. It's very comfortable, even without the foam backing.

Defiantely recommend!!!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Chris Barbeau on June 4, 2014
Style Name: 100 Lumens Verified Purchase
Two major issues -- I find that there is too much spill light down into my eyes - limiting its function (others have remarked that they did not find this to be the case) AND the blasted position ratchet gave out after only a few weeks of use. I've had it for over a year and continue to suffer its shortcomings - I would not recommend this unit to anyone.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By I. Talbott on April 9, 2010
Style Name: 100 Lumens Verified Purchase
This is a very nice head lamp. It is very bright and comfortable to wear. My only complaint is that fact you have to cycle through all modes to turn it off. Not a huge problem but slightly inconvenient.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By pat95 on December 30, 2013
Style Name: 100 Lumens
This is my 4th Energizer and boy have they gone and shot themselves in the foot !
They have put the batteries with the light.Trippling the weight,in front of the pivot !
However, the pathetic little plastic ratchet cant take the weight!
One light shake of my head and it flops down!
I have shown this to all my mates and they all agree,the ratchet is not fit for purpose!
What a tradegy as I love these headlights.
Energizer.GET IT SORTED ! (Muppets).
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Dee Baum on December 13, 2014
Style Name: 100 Lumens Verified Purchase
I'll try to be objective about this Energizer Pro 7, but let me just start by stating that this headlamp is not the best. Not even close. What's wrong, you say?
1. The first thing I noticed is that the beam is not very cleanly focused in one direction. I mean, I have a Black Diamond that will let you produce either a focused beam or an unfocused beam. But even the unfocused beam is in a generally large round shape in front of you. This Energizer thing is all over the place. Most of the light is in front of you, yes, But there are little light traces everywhere and not enough to do any good, but enough to really be distracting. In fact, it even glares in your eyes, if you can believe that from a headlamp strapped to your forehead! And there's a dark stripe in the shape of a big smile right in front of you, undoubtedly from the way the plastic is molded around those 3 protruding plastic lenses. ugh. Annoying to say the least. And it makes it tough to see things clearly because you have to figure out what is in front of you and what is just weird pattern from the headlamp!
2. Again with the unfocused beam. Shine the red light on a wall in front of you and it looks like a skull in the middle with honeycomb patterns all over the wall around it. Annoying when you just want to see something clearly!
3. The adjustment mechanism to tilt the headlamp is badly designed. It's tough to tilt it forward and when you do, it sounds like you're snapping and breaking the plastic. Then, when you've adjusted it to the setting you want, it's loose and flops around a littl at that setting. AND, to top it off, it's way too easy to tilt it back up again and in fact I kept doing it accidentally trying to adjust the thing to the right setting after it flopped it's way to a different setting.
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