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Outdoor Waterproof 1600LM XM-L T6 LED Headlamp + 2 X 18650 Rechargeable Batteries + Charger

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  • Perfect fit for outdoor sports, such as camping, traveling, hiking and etc.
  • Internal wiring adopts the high efficient booster circuit.
  • Working voltage is wide and can utilize the batteries to the largest extent.
  • Material: Aluminum alloy casing, avoid high temperature, fall-off protection.
  • Luminous Flux: Output brightness comes to 1600 lumens (Max).
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Outdoor Waterproof 1600LM XM-L T6 LED Headlamp + 2 X 18650 Rechargeable Batteries + Charger + 4Pcs 3.7V 18650 3000mah Rechargeable Batterys + WAYLLSHINE(TM) C8-T6 5-Mode XML CREE LED 1000 Lumen Flashlight Torch for Riding, Camping, Hiking, Hunting & Indoor Activities
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Product Information

Color: Black
Technical Details
Part Number EPC_LEG_511
Item Weight11.2 ounces
Product Dimensions4.2 x 2.2 x 3.8 inches
OriginChina
Item model numberXM-L T6
Size1600LM-T6
ColorBlack
PatternHandlamp Kit 1
Power SourceRechargeable
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB0098IJC7C
Best Sellers Rank #124 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableSeptember 10, 2012
  
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Product Description

Color: Black

3-Modes Switch:
- Glare Strong Brightness: 1600 lumens
- Glimmer: 100 lumens
- Explosive Flashing: 700 lumens
With LED indication for Power On, Charging, Full Charge
Power Source: 2 x 3.7V 3000mAh rechargeable batteries
Working Time: 3 ~ 4 hours after full charg
Charging:
- 100V ~ 240V Battery Charger
- You should charge the battery pack at least 2 hours for the first time.
- Waterproof design. Support normal use in torrential rain
Color: Black
Dimensions:
- Diameter: 44mm
- Length: 55mm
Net Weight: 122g

What's In The Box:
1 x LED Headlamp
1 x Power Adapter
2 x 3.7V 3000mAh Rechargeable Battery

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Customer Reviews

Very bright light.
Paul Carter
The included charger charges the batteries just fine.
Derek Willams
Very Bright light, battery last a very long time.
Dustin Johnson

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450 of 470 people found the following review helpful By kamikazekyle on April 13, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
Purchased from universewolf Corp, fulfilled by Amazon. Overall the light is solid and on par with your usual Chinese knockoffs, but does come with a few nice features plus it can be improved with a little solder work. It'll run off one battery or an external power source (such as the included charger). Just don't expect the obvious joke of 1600 lumens (more like 300-330 actual), and avoid charging the batteries in the lamp if you can help it.

UPDATE 4/17/2013: After piddling around with a constant level power source, I can pretty much say this is a genuine CREE XM-L LED, binned T6 as labeled in the description. Or at least an LED that matches the basic XM-L T6 specs. The 1600lm measurement is an outright lie no matter HOW you look at it. T6 binned XM-L's rate 280-300 lumens at 700mA (at a forward voltage of 3.1V I think), and XM-L specs max out at 1040lm@10W, a wattage which this lamp never approaches. I'm not sure on the voltage or chromatic binning, but it should accept quite a bit more juice if someone were so inclined.

LIGHT OUTPUT
When I purchased the light, it was listed as a 1600 lumen light. Obviously that's a complete lie. The box even indicated it was around 760 lumens, which is also a complete lie. But again, this is a cheap knockoff probably using a QA failed CREE LED, so you expect those things. But, for comparison, I paired it against my Fenix PD32 which uses a CREE XP-G R5 LED and the same 3.7V 18650 lithium ion batteries that this headlamp takes. The Fenix is regulated and rated at 315 lumens on turbo. This headlamp, by comparison, is ever so slightly brighter. Assuming the Fenix is actually 315 lumens, I'd seat-of-the-pants this headlamp at around 330 tops.

The light pattern is quite solid, however.
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103 of 115 people found the following review helpful By David on November 14, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
The headlamp works great. It puts out more than enough light for high-speed mountain biking at night. However, tested individually, the batteries only have ~750mAh capacity (discharge at 0.7A to a low voltage of 3.0V). In practice, this means that the batteries discharge completely in a little under an hour on high mode in the light. I had read reviews of these Ultrafire batteries warning me to this, but I was fine with it as a high quality 18650 can be purchased for ~$10 per battery. I look at is as having purchased the light without batteries for $30. Still a good deal (especially when compared to purpose made bike lights with similar output.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Chris Wysopal on October 6, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
They should just sell this headlamp for $4 less and skip including the batteries. I used the included batteries and on high light output they died in 60 minutes. After 60 minutes the light was barely visable. It was about 1/10 the original output and far below the low output setting with fresh batteries.

Thankfully I read the reviews of this headlamp and many said that the batteries were garbage and after some research I settled on the 3400mAh FOUR 18650 PROTECTED Li-ion (Panasonic NCR18650B inside) Orbtronic Batteries - Top Button - (Protective Holders included). I got the 4 set because I had ordered 2 headlamps. Wow, what a difference. These batteries lasted 4 hours before I started to see a decline in light output. Then at about 6.5 hours the light output on high was just a bit lower than fresh batteries with the light output on low.

Since I had 2 headlamps I took a picture at 6.5 hours of the headlamp running on high. In the picture the headlamp on the right has been running for 6.5 hours on high and the one on the left has fresh batteries and is on low. I uploaded the picture to customer images.
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32 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Saby on April 25, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
The light is bright just as anticipated, however it takes quite long to charge and a full charge won't even last a full hour. Also not so sure about the durability as I had a piece snap off the top. All in the all the light is great, but the battery kills it.
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67 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Portlandia Citizen on October 23, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
I used this head light for the first time tonight on a darkened trail near my home. I go speedwalking at least 3x a week at 5-6 miles per session. I was using a cheaper head light which was just OK. I decided to buy the Cree as it was rechargeable and waterproof. Anyway, I went on the trail which is shared by joggers, dogwalkers and bicycle riders. I cranked it up to the brightest setting and was amazed at how much illumination it put out. I could see everything in front of me, for a change, and I'm sure I must've blinded a few people coming from the opposite direction. I'm very sure that I will never go unseen or unnoticed on the trail again.
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20 of 25 people found the following review helpful By S. Hornet on September 25, 2013
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
The lie starts with the description:

- "1600 lumen"; XM-L T6 LED, bin 1 from Cree are 100lumen/W, maximum brightness 1040lm @ 10W; no way this LED can deliver 1.6x brightness.
- "Outdoor Waterproof" - they have NO idea what "waterproof" means.
- "Internal wiring adopts the high efficient booster circuit." That is a bull-phrase, copied from some other manufacturer... A boost circuit increases the input voltage... which is not the case... Battery voltage is 4.2V to 3.2V (when it gets cut-off) while the LED needs 3.1V (Typical forward voltage)... so a boost is not needed. Searching the internet for the controller chip results that it is a LINEAR regulator, which is just CHEAP but has poor efficiency.
- "Working voltage is wide and can utilize the batteries to the largest extent." This is another bull phrase, copied from somewhere else but means nothing for this lamp. Not even true - working voltage can't be wide - 1V more for the input voltage would practically double the power losses on the regulator; 1V less and the bloody thing will stop regulating... not so wide - is it?

Now, if the batteries are fully charged (4.2V), the current is maximum (3A - stated by the Cree datasheet), the power dissipated on the linear regulator is (4.2-3.1)x3=3.3W, while the load gets 9.3W (73% efficiency). Oh... and at this power, the regulator will get very HOT (no heat-sink, in a small box).

The batteries are a joke too; they hold 3000mAh for smaller values of As or shorter values of hs. That is a good feature in this case, as they prevent the linear regulator from catching fire (they discharge fast, thus reducing the power dissipation on the regulator).
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