|Part Number||Olight H2R with Battery Case|
|Item Weight||2.24 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||4.3 x 0.9 x 1 inches|
|Batteries||18650 Lithium ion batteries required.|
|Color||H2R NW with Battery Case|
|Material||6061-T6 aluminum alloy|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Type of Bulb||led|
|Luminous Flux||2000 lm|
|Special Features||Light Intensity:5,850 CD|
|Included Components||• Head Strap and Mount Customized 3000mAh 18650 (inside product)• Stainless Steel Pocket Clip (with product)• Magnetic Charging Cable • EVA Pad (replacement of the magnet)• Single-sided Adhesive Replacement EVA Pad|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
Olight H2R NOVA 2300 Lumens CREE XHP50 LED 18650 USB Rechargeable Flashlight / Headlamp For Outdoor Camping Hiking Running with SKYBEN Battery Case (H2R NW with Battery Case)
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- The H2R Nova (CW/NW LED) is an LED illumination tool powered by a single 18650 battery with a maximum output of 2300 lumens.
- Using a highly efficient CREE XHP50 LED and TIR bead lens, the H2R delivers a balanced beam perfect for close range illumination.
- This light is a multi-use illumination tool that can be used as a headlamp with the included head strap that features a magnetic mount that wraps around the light for a secure and firm hold.
- When detached from the mount it can also turn into a hand held light using the provided pocket clip. The H2R battery can be charged directly through the tail cap of the light using OLIGHT's signature magnetic charging cable.
- The high output and versatility of the H2R Nova make it a powerful and vital tool for activities in the dark.
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The H2R Nova (NW LED) is an LED illumination tool powered by a single 18650 battery with a maximum output of 2000 lumens. Using a highly efficient CREE XHP50 LED and TIR bead lens, the H2R delivers a balanced beam perfect for close range illumination.This light is a multi-use illumination tool that can be used as a headlamp with the included head strap that features a magnetic mount that wraps around the light for a secure and firm hold. When detached from the mount it can also turn into a hand held light using the provided pocket clip. The H2R battery can be charged directly through the tail cap of the light using OLIGHT's signature magnetic charging cable. The high output and versatility of the H2R Nova make it a powerful and vital tool for activities in the dark.
Maximum output of 2,000 lumens making the H2R the brightest single 18650 battery light.
Multiple use options including an easily detachable head strap mount turning it into a hand held light.
Rechargeable through OLIGHT's signature magnetic charging system.
Low battery warning. The light will blink once per minute when the battery is running low, and continuously blink twice when it is running out.
Slightly angled surface for the switch to locate it easily in the dark and promote more natural operation.
Gradual brightness changes. When turned on/off on medium, high, and turbo modes, it will light up or fade gradually to protect eyes from the stimulation caused by sudden brightness changes.
SOS mode available for emergency use
MODE 1:2000~700 lm/1~110 mins
MODE 2:550 lm/2.5 hrs
MODE 3:140 lm/10 hrs
MODE 4:27 lm/50 hrs
MODE 5:1 lm/45 days
PACKAGE INCLUDED:Olight H2R,Head Strap and Mount Customized 3000mAh 18650 (inside product)• Stainless Steel Pocket Clip (with product)• Magnetic Charging Cable • EVA Pad (replacement of the magnet)• Single-sided Adhesive Replacement EVA Pad,SKYBEN Battery Case
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While some people may not think that it's fair to compare the two - the Skilhunt is rated for about half the lumens of the Olight, and between 1/2 and 1/3, I'm going to give it a shot. (I have the cool white H2R Nova, which has a higher output than the neutral white)
The H2R is slightly larger than the H03 - about the same diameter but about 1/2" longer. Size is still very acceptable.
The H2R has a very even flood with smooth beam quality and angle - very much like the H03 which is not surprising since they both have an TIR type optic with honeycomb face. .
Actuation button on the H2R is on the top - great if you are using like a flashlight, but in the headband it's not ergonomic. Advantage H03. The UI is better on the H2R. Long hold for moonlight (1 lumen setting) click for on, hold to cycle, double click for turbo. And what a turbo it is. I use my all-white basment with a lightmeter to see how honest light output claims are and I definitely believe the 2300 lumen claim - this light overachieves for sure. Unfortunately it also gets hot very quickly and ramps down. Here the H03 is not bad - the head has better heat sinking and will hold it's 1200 lumen output for longer. Still, the H2R turbo mode is quite a stunner.
While the charging magnet works well, it also has the result of creating a potential fire/short point. While loose coins aren't likely to short out the rear connector, I'd worry about having any sort of loose nails, staples, etc in a bag with the H2R. I suppose a piece of electrical tape could be used in those instances for insurance, but it does diminish the cost/benefit equation for the easy charging feature.
In keeping with the prom date scenario, I will say that the first couple of dances (with the H2R) didn't go quite as smoothly as I now remember them. Sure the H2R is built like the proverbial brick, err, outhouse (a very finely crafted and exotic outhouse at that) and I'll freely admit to the fact that I've spent a good amount of time just admiring the H2R while dreaming about all those dark places I'd slay with it. But I struggled with three issues (at first) that seemed to consume my thoughts: the warm tint (neutral white) of the light, the fact that I never wear headlamps, and reports of possible issues with the magnetic tail shorting out.
Looking back I'm a bit embarrassed because the first two “issues” were nothing more than my own inability to accept change gracefully. The latter issue hasn't proved to be much of a worry (for me anyway) but my understanding is that Olight offers (free of charge) an end cap replacement that corrects the original (potential) problem. (Contact Olight for further details)
All that aside, I consider the Olight H2R to be one of the very best tools I've ever had the opportunity to use. The build quality is fantastic, the finish impeccable, and the flashlight itself is immeasurably useful.
Were I a less wordy individual my review could consist of two or three short sentences:
I love Olight's H2R flashlight. It is fantastic in every way. You will love the H2R too.
What's in the box?
Custom 18650 battery (3000 mAh)
Magnetic tail charger
Stainless Steel clip
The body itself is a cylinder with two flattened sides (opposite) that are branded (Olight on one side and H2R Nova on the other). The rest of the cylindrical body is grooved to give a good grip. The head has thick cooling grooves cut into the back and sides. Just below the head is the mounting location of the clip.
The clip is a very nice two-way clip; making it possible to use the clip from either end. The clip can be removed, but it is of ample stoutness that the clip isn't likely to come off (the body) by happenstance.
The tail cap features a magnet; making the H2R extremely versatile and very useful. I found the magnet to be fairly strong and it held the H2R (to steel surfaces) quite easily.
The magnetic charger plugs into a usb port and the other end to the tail of the H2R. I love this feature: it makes charging the H2R a breeze and it's a simple thing to take the charging cord with me if I think I might need to charge the H2R while I'm out.
The switch is located on the top of the head. It's slanted somewhat and very comfortable to use. The switch cover is a synthetic rubber of some sort and features a very nice, pliable, feel and has a good grip even when wet.
The head strap is a two piece adjustable strap. It is nice and wide (about 1 inch) and stretches for even more comfort. The attachment point has a magnet to hold the flashlight while fastening/unfastening the synthetic strap (that holds the H2R securely). The flashlight can be placed in the head strap with the clip on, but that makes it a bit more difficult to rotate the flashlight to the best possible vantage. I found the magnet to be rather ingenious and very useful. Changing modes, while in the head strap, was simple – thanks to the head mounted switch.
The owner's manual is larger than most, but I always download the manual from the company website – making it much easier on my aging eyes.
Length – 4.33 inches
Head diameter - .95 inches
LED – Cree XHP50
IP68 – water proof to 2 meters
Drop resistant to 1.5 meters
Modes and User Interface
I am reviewing the neutral white version of the H2R. The figures listed are for that version (the CW version has slightly different – higher - figures).
The head switch turns the H2R on/off and selects the various modes.
Click and release the switch to turn the H2R on/off.
Press and hold the switch to change modes – low, medium, high.
The H2R does have memory – the flashlight turns on to the last mode used (does not apply to the SOS mode or the Turbo mode). If turbo mode was the last mode used, the H2R will turn on in high mode.
Moonlight Mode – from the off position, press and hold switch until light turns on – then release switch. If light is turned off while in moonlight mode, turning the flashlight on will return the H2R to the moonlight mode.
1 lumen and the flashlight will run for an amazing 45 days in moonlight mode.
Low mode - 27 lumesn, and flashlight will run for 50 hours in this mode.
Medium mode – 140 lumens and flashlight will run for 10 hours
High mode – 550 lumens, and flashlight will run for 2.5 hours.
Turbo mode – double click the switch (from any mode – even off) and the flashlight goes to 2,000 lumens for 1 minute. After 1 minute the flashlight ramps down to 700 lumens. In total, the flashlight will run for 111 minutes in this mode.
The automatic ramp down is to protect the flashlight from heat. The H2R does get very warm while in turbo mode.
SOS mode – triple click the switch to go into SOS mode. This can be achieved while on or off.
Lockout mode – press and hold the switch for two seconds. The light will go into moonlight mode first – but continue to hold the switch and the flashlight will turn off when it is in lockout mode.
Press and hold the switch (while in lockout mode) until light comes on (moonlight mode). Keep pressing switch to stay in moonlight mode. Release switch and flashlight returns to lockout mode.
To get out of lockout mode – press and hold switch for 2 seconds. Light will flash once, release switch and light will be in moonlight mode. From there you can press and hold switch to cycle through the other modes.
The H2R is a flood beam; it lights up the immediate area extremely well. There is a hot-spot center beam, but thanks to the diffusing lens that hot-spot is nearly indistinguishable from the much wider spill. The beam is very well mannered, very effective, and very very bright when the H2R is in turbo mode.
The neutral white version is a much warmer temperature (of light) than I expected. It isn't an orange color, but I find it to be warmer than neutral white. It took me a few outings to grow fond of the warmness, but I have to admit that I now enjoy it very much.
Olight rates the maximum distance (of the beam) to be 153 meters. In my immediate environment (either tons of trees or lots of buildings) I'm not sure if the effective distance is 153 meters. That's because the small reflections from all those trees/buildings/etc.. make it difficult to judge how far I'm able to see. I can say that the H2R is extremely effective out to 50 yards or so – probably a bit more.
I absolutely love the H2R. The build quality is amazing, there are no sharp edges, no missed opportunities, no issues that could use improvement. In fact I don't have the slightest idea of how Olight could make this a better product.
The user interface is intuitive and it works wonderfully; I especially love the instant access to turbo mode (double click) and the extremely useful moonlight mode (from off, press and hold for one second – until light comes on – then release).
The beam itself is amazingly smooth as it transits from hot-spot to spill; providing a very pleasing wall of light that gives the user great visibility (with a touch of a finger).
While I probably won't use the head straps much (my wife will – as she's the reason I bought a headlamp model) but I will make good use of the clip and the magnetic tail. In fact I already have – numerous times.
I'm also very fond of the magnetic charging system. While it isn't difficult to take the battery out and charge it in my charger, the magnetic charging system is much simpler and it is far easier to carry the cord (as opposed to a charger) if I think I might need to charge the H2R while out.
I've used the H2R for a number of purposes: gathering kindling for late-night fires, finding dropped items in those dark corners, working on my truck, lighting the path on my nightly walks, as a night-light sitting on the deck while drinking coffee, checking animals, and just playing around. It has never failed to meet (and exceed) my expectations and I am constantly amazed by its usefulness.
To me, the H2R is a MUST HAVE tool.