- Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 2 x 2.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 15.5 ounces
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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- ASIN: B0056HR4J2
- Item model number: HP11BK
- Batteries 4 AA batteries required.
- Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (84 customer reviews) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
Fenix HP11 Waterproof LED Headlamp 277 Lumens Black
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- High-intensity, water-resistant headlamp powered by four AA batteries
- Dual switch system offers two modes and seven brightness levels
- Full output of 277 lumens; constant and flashing light modes
- Light head and battery case meet IPX-6 water resistance standard
- Moisture absorbing, adjustable strap; limited lifetime repair warranty
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Specifications: Led Type: Cree XP-G(R5) LED Max Lifespan: 50000 Hours Max Output: 277 Lumens Max Runtime: 206 Hours Adjusting Level: 7 Levels Switch Type: Switch-button tail cap Battery Type: 4 AA Operation Mode: GeneralTurboStrobeSOSFast FlashFeatures: Made of durable aircraft-grade aluminumIn the box: Diffuser LensDimensions:Length: 2.35 " / 5.97 cm Diameter: 2 " / 5.08 cm Weight: 6.35 oz / 180.02 g Notice: The above parameters are approximate and may vary between flashlights batteries and environments. Battery Not Included
Fenix HP11 LED HeadlampThe Fenix HP11 LED Headlamp offers up to 277 lumens of ultra-bright light with a beam length of up to 154 meters. With two running modes (steady light or flashing) and seven light level adjustments, the HP11 Headlamp offers a just-right setting for all situations. Perfect for multi-purpose use from camping, to search and rescue, to work, and even for biking the HP11 Headlamp meets IPX-6 water resistance standard and has a moisture absorbing, adjustable strap for comfort.
- Two modes and seven brightness levels
- Beam length of up to 154 meters
- Digitally regulated output maintains constant brightness
- Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation
- Dual switch system in the top for easy operation
- Durable aircraft-grade aluminum light construction with premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
- Quality plastic case construction
- Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
- Light Mode: 277 lumens (turbo); 133 lumens (high); 55 lumens (mid); 4 lumens (low)
- Flashing Mode: 277 lumens (strobe); 55 lumens (frequent flash); 55 lumens (SOS)
- Runtime on light mode: 3 hours, 51-minutes (turbo); 9 hours, 31 minutes (high); 25 hours (mid); 206 hours (low)
- Beam distance: 154 meters
- Intensity: 5910 candela
- Cree XP-G (R5) LED with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
- Uses four 1.5V AA (Ni-MH, Alkaline) batteries
- Dimensions of Light: 2.34 by 2 by 2.19 inches (LxWxH)
- Dimensions of Battery Case: 3.48 by 2.98 by 1.04 inches (LxWxH)
- Weight (excluding batteries): 180 grams
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Top Customer Reviews
Once I verified everything is working I threw away the straps and mounted this to my helmet, the wire is plenty long to position the battery where you like and tie down the wire with zip ties where you like. Battery life is amazing even on the higher settings. The lower settings are nice for when you are talking to others so you don't blind them. I have abused this light heavily and ran it thru the water and mud with no issues. The light is a crisper white than I've seen.
Ordering another one for my spare gear.
The HP11 advertises as being waterproof, but is anything but. It didn't last one week of hardcore caving. By the end of the week, both the battery pack and headlamp both leaked. I dried out the battery pack, thinking that maybe that was the problem, but then the light would turn on three minutes after pushing the on button, and then wouldn't turn off until the batteries were removed.
Unlike the HP10, the HP11 battery pack only has one screw that keeps the lid shut. If you look closely, the lid flanges out when you screw it in, which is probably where the water got in. I can't say for certain how water got onto the circuit board of the lamp itself.
Design-wise, I was surprised at just how much larger the actual lamp is compared to the HP10. It's gigantic in comparison.
Maybe I just got a bad apple out of the bunch, but I can't afford to have 'iffy' lights when I'm caving, my life depends on it!
The reviwers complaining of overly tight headbands apparently don't understand how they work, which is understandable as no instructions are included, the real weakness of the product. But once you figure them out (took me 2 or 3 mintes) they adjust to larger than size 8, and are quite comfy.
The other weakness is indeed the glare from the outside edge of the diffuser lens, but it's easily cured with a black Sharpie.
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