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- LED outputs 230 lumens (3.5 hrs runtime) on highest mode and 6 lumens (296 hrs runtime)
- Beam provides balanced spot to spill light reaching over 547 ft on high
- New innovative drive-by-wire bi-switch allows remote toggling between modes
- Waterproof to IPX-8 Standard, 2 meters for 30 minutes
- Powered by 4 AA batteries; easy to find and affordable (Not Included)
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The Fenix HP20 is an ultra high intensity, complete waterproof outdoor headlamp. Its separate design caters well to extremely cold weather, allowing the battery case to be kept inside your coat and warm to guarantee the headlamp continues to work even in freezing conditions. The 230-lumen max output can effectively satisfy various high intensity demands when cycling, searching and caving. The pioneering drive-by-wire biswitch of the HP20 makes it much easier to shift the modes and makes this headlamp much more adaptable in changing outdoor conditions. The HP20 illuminates your outdoor life and your cold weather adventures!
An ultra-high-intensity, completely waterproof outdoor headlamp, the Fenix HP20 headlamp is ideal for cold weather spelunking and other chilly occasions.
The HP20 headlamp offers 4 main lighting outputs: Turbo, high, mid, and low (from left to right).
The HP20 is ready for virtually any low-light challenge, with a 230-lumen max output that meets the high-intensity demands of cycling, searching, and caving. In addition, the HP20's pioneering drive-by-wire biswitch makes it easier to shift between the two lighting modes and seven lighting outputs. Other features include a toughened, ultra-clear double glass lens with an anti-reflective coating; a Cree XP-G LED bulb with a lifespan of 50,000 hours; and a housing that's waterproof to 2 meters.
- Bulb: Cree XP-G LED
- Bulb lifespan: 50,000 hours
- Lighting mode outputs: Turbo (230 lumens), high (125 lumens), mid (51 lumens), low (6 lumens)
- Flashing mode outputs: Strobe (230 lumens), slow flashing (51 lumens), SOS (51 lumens)
- Runtime: 3 hours 29 minutes (turbo), 8 hours 24 minutes (high), 24 hours (mid), 296 hours (low)
- Max distance: 548 feet
- Intensity: 6,944 cd
- Batteries: Four 1.5-volt AA (NiMH or alkaline)
- Headlamp dimensions: 2.75 by 2.2 by 2.2 inches (W x H x D)
- Battery case dimensions: 4.25 by 1.18 by 3.11 inches (W x H x D)
- Weight: 9.17 ounces (not including batteries)
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Top Customer Reviews
The light is very bright, excellent for cave exploration or wilderness backpacking. It is well-constructed and sturdy. The biggest problem is the carry holster: it broke easily. I contacted Customer Service, and although I had language-barrier problems with a Chinese representative via email, I eventually was connected to their USA branch, and its customer service manager sent me a replacement holster on the 2nd try (they sent me the incorrect item on the first try.)
Now for the good....this headlamp is mega bright and will throw a beam a good 600 feet or more in turbo mode(230 lumens). It doesnt have an adjustable flood to throw but there is a diffuser cap to purchase to make the headlamp more floody. It has tons of modes and features as well. Battery life even on turbo mode lasts exactly 3 hours and 10 minutes on mine(when turbo worked). I have owned and currently own a lot of led flashlights and this headlamp is the brightest of the batch! It easily lights the road up for me and the dog and makes me feel more safe at night out here on the edge of town. The battery pack is seperate from the light itself and can be stored in a pocket, this works well in the cold winter months to preserve battery life! While its not to bulky the battery pack does have some weight to it. I dont think this is something I would want to lug around if I needed to use the light all the time. It would just get in the way and if you need something for long constant use my advice would be to get the hp10 model. Another good feature is the light will stay bright until the very last drop of battery life, this is an excellent feature! My other headlamp slowly gets dimmer and dimmer as the minutes pass by. You have many brightness levels as well as several flashing modes. I think fenix made a nice headlamp here but theres a few things they could have done better. They should have added an option on the battery pack to control the brightness levels besides just on that inline switch(in case it fails which it did). The battery pack has an on/off switch thats it. Its just strange that both me and my friends did the same thing because the inline switch wire doesn't feel cheap it just went without notice. Maybe the internal electronics or circuits of the switch itself is the culprit.
I like the fact that it is listed as fully waterproof to 2 meters depth which should guarantee it is rain and sweat resistant. The battery case is very well O ringed it appears and the two halves clamp together very securely. Even though many parts are plastic it seems to be of excellent construction quality.
One thing not included or available from Fenix that should be included with the headlamp IMO is a diffuser lens. Per an email from Fenix, and verified by personal measurement, the bezel of the lamp is 32mm in outside diameter or 1.25" so the Surefire 1.25" diffuser should fit. I have ordered it.
All Fenix headlamps are listed as being voltage regulated which I consider a major advantage as they should retain close to full light output for most of battery life, particiularly if run from NiMH rechargeable batteries or Eveready L91 1.5V Lithium cells as both of those have very flat voltage curves during discharge compared to alkaline batteries.