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VITCHELO V800 Headlamp with White and Red LED Lights. Waterproof IPX6 and 168 Lumens Bright Head Light. 3 AAA Duracell Batteries Included
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- RELIABLE & VERSATILE - Whether you're out hiking at night, camping, reading in bed, or doing DIY projects around the house, the VITCHELO V800 headlamp helps achieve more than just hands-free illumination. Its curved design sits nicely on the forehead or a hat, and 168 lumens sheds light as far as 360 feet.
- LIGHTWEIGHT & EASY TO USE - With 2 separate buttons for the red & white lenses, transitioning between the full strength, dimming, and strobe settings of the headlight is an absolute breeze. The sleek compact design makes it feel extremely light to suit not only trail runners, but also hunters, hikers, campers, joggers, workers, or anyone needing some extra illumination outside.
- SUPERIOR QUALITY - Rated waterproof IPX6, use it in the rain or even drop it in a stream. The headtorch withstands powerful water jets, contact with dust and outdoor use in rough sea conditions. It runs on 3 AAA batteries, sports a whopping 12 hours of battery life and is among the brightest available.
- PACKS IN A GOOD DEAL OF FUNCTIONALITY - Bright enough to suit most needs, its maximum beam is even — which is less tiring on your eyes — and adjustable. A convenient red light comes standard — rendering it great for hunting, grilling, or reading in a tent — and flashes for emergency.
- GREAT MULTITASKING EQUIPMENT - Need a headlamp for basic camping purposes or nighttime task around the house? This ultralight lamp will do just fine. If you’re looking for a headlamp to go backpacking, skiing or trekking, without breaking the bank, the V800 is certainly one to consider.
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If you are in the outdoors to hunt, fish, or even just to leisurely explore, one thing is for sure: your hands have better things to do than hold a regular flashlight. Hands-free illumination is a must and keeping your space well-lit contributes to your safety and enhances the overall experience of your trip.
It is for all these reasons and more that Vitchelo came up with the V800 Led Headlamp Headlight Flashlight with White and Red Lights. Unlike other headlamps, this led head lamp light has separate buttons for its red and white light so that there will be no mix-up and convenient of use when and where you need it most.
Light Up The Night Camping or at Home
Xtreme Bright White Light Headlamps - The headlight’s white lenses come with 3 brightness options making it perfect for use as a light source inside your tent, as guide light when navigating in the dark, and even for illuminating your environment as you would with a spotlight or even a floodlight when running or hiking. Do you love to go on walks at night or are you into spelunking? Stay safe with Vitchelo V800 - it gives up to 168 lumens that shed light as far as 360 feet.
Powerful Head Lamp Water Proof with Red Light Option - The red light from the V800 is perfect for use when spotting stars on a stargazing party or when you need to keep your night vision on a hunting trip at night. Did you know that red lens headlamp does not attract bugs like white light does? Now you know which light is best used as dimmer when you hit the sack during your outdoor trips.
Designed for Your Comfort
The headlamp's body is made of lightweight yet sturdy plastic so it doesn't add strain to your neck and head when you wear it. In contrary to lamps with aluminum body, the plastic material doesn't heat up even after long hours of use so you don't get burned. For added comfort and protection, the body is lined with a rubber material that pads your forehead. The lamp comes with tight and secure headband that keeps it in place even when you are out for an evening run.
Rated Waterproof IPX6
The Vitchelo V800 will not die on you even when it rains, when you have to trek through waterfalls, and even when you drop it in the stream. It features a rubberized lining on the battery cover to keep water out. It is also devoid free from parts that rust when in contact with water.
AAA Duracell Batteries Include
Duracell is a premium battery brand that goes best with your V800 which is why in your package, we've included 3 AAA Duracell batteries. These ones last long which you need most especially when you'll be going off the grid.
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The only thing I was disappointed by was the fact that moisture was able to get inside the lamp making it turn on at its own whim (only on the red setting most likely due to water getting into the switch for the red light) and drops on the inner side of the plastic shield. I guess this is expected considering what I put it through...except that it specifically says waterproof in the title.
If looking for a great headlamp and you won't be using it with too much liquid i would definitely recommend this one. The white light was amazing. If you're going to be working in the pouring rain and you need to keep touching the buttons, perhaps searching for a better light is the right way to go.
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I purchased 3 Vitchelo headlamps for both myself and my hiking buddies. I purchased the headlamps direct from the Vitchelo’s direct webstore using my paypal account. The order took a few days longer than expected for it to arrive, but we were in no rush. We always test our gear before heading out on our multi-day hikes. I passed out the headlamps to my buddies, and they took them home to test the headlamps themselves.
1. How light they were, they were indeed IPX6 rated as I ran the headlamp under the shower for about 5 minutes.
2. I was happy with the light output that tested as 168 lumen on high with my light sensor.
3. I was also happy with how it felt on my head
4. It was easy to cycle through its limited light modes.
1. The waterproofing seal looked temporary. As you open and close the case, it seemed the seal would be too flimsy to last for longer than a year depending on use.
2. This was my BIGGEST DISLIKE: The last test was on battery life. The box claims it has a run time of 30 hours on high (168 lumen). This is not even close to being accurate. You will get approximately 8 hours of battery life on high. Maybe 9 hours if your use is intermittent – and that’s being generous.
First, I tried my normal, medium output, high capacity rechargeable batteries, and I only got about 5-6 hours of usable light before I ended the test. Seeing this as strange since it was no where near the battery life I had expected (based on what the box claims), I bought brand new energizer batteries from the store. I got about 8 -8.5 hours on high – still no where hear what the box says. I tested the headlamp using a variety of battery brands, still with the same results.
I asked my hiking buddies if they had the same issues with their headlamps when they tested them. They all produced their results, which were almost all identical. To be sure, I took one home with me and tested the battery life side by side with my own head lamp. Both headlamps produced the same results.
1. Great headlamp for the around the house/yard, light user.
2. Light on your head.
3. Water resistant (IPX6) but for how long will that weak seal last?
4. Easy to change functions.
5. Product does not display accurate battery life.
6. With top end batteries only 8 hours of battery life
7. Terrible customer support
8. Terrible return policy
9. Unacceptably slow customer response time
This product is not as described. I would never buy this product again, or any future products Vitchelo comes out with. Nor would I recommend this product or future products to friends or family. I cannot trust a company that lies to its customers about its product, then haggles with the customer when they want to return the product and be refunded their money. There are many other, better headlamps out there with true specs at the same price. You can do better than to buy this product.
I can't give details about my Vitchelo Customer Support experience, but all I can say is that it was terrible and took 2 months to resolve.
The video will show you something important, so spend the 3 minutes please. Also forgive the focus for the first minute, if I didn't need a hip replacement right now I would have shot it again, but frankly, doing this was very painful for me.
The Vitchelo is a nice high quality headlamp and I've been using it for a couple weeks now and it's already on it's second set of batteries. I currently have over 20 headlamps and I can tell you about this one. It's not an expensive, nice headlamp, but there's also the junk out there that's under $15 and seeing that price will warn you to most of it, just don't buy it. From about $15 to $30 the market is full of decent headlamps and I'll tell you why the Vitchelo is on the higher quality side of that.
The last thing that I found out about using this was that it has a low voltage circuit that shuts all the lights off when the batteries are low, so mine would stay on only a few seconds until I replaced the batteries. Actually I'm not real happy with that feature, but it does show extra electronics in here that will cost a little more, so extras mean that they are trying anyway.
It has a white main spot and floods and a red night vision light also and they will all dim when holding the switch down. Unfortunately they don't have memory to remember the dim that you set it to and you'll have to do it with each use. It does have a touch switch on the side to switch it to bright quickly when it's dimmed however, and the floods and red lights will strobe also.
The night vision lights work pretty well, just so you know, the idea here is that your pupils will stay dilated so you'll see what you can without the light. Low output red light doesn't help you to see better, it helps you to see the edges and see what you can when you turn it off because of your pupils staying dilated.
The floods on this are real good for maybe 8 feet. I'll use a headlamp for electronics work and at an arms length these work very well and dimming is good for this use also. But at their brightest they aren't trail lights, but they won't use as much battery and will be what you might want in a power outage or saving the batteries while camping.
This is using a single strap and the light is just a bit heavy with 3 AAA's in it. This means that you need to wear it a little bit tight and the Vitchelo has a strap that's just a bit wider than many of it's competitors to help with that. The only problem here is that when the others include a top strap also, you can wear the strap much looser making it more comfortable, so by not including the top strap the Vitchelo really can't even compete for comfort with those like it that do.
The body of the Vitchelo is a bit better than the cheap models, the plastic used for the battery compartment, and in general it's shell is better than a cheap model. However, others might use better plastic and an aluminum housing for the LED also, so it's not the best in this class either. None of these $15 to $30 headlamps will be waterproof and all will be water resistant, this is okay because I've never had one quit on me and they will dry out and no longer have a fogged lens when they do. Waterproof takes some serious engineering and money, you'll probably need to jump up to the $100 class and really, unless your a diver it won't much matter because they keep working. They also include a carrying case with your purchase for storage and packing.
So in this class, the Vitchelo is a good headlamp when compared to it's competition and,.........Wait! I forgot to tell you about it's main beam! That's maybe the most important thing for most users, am I right?
Well, the first thing that you should know about the main beam is that it's size is non adjustable and the second is that it's a spot light. Many of the headlamps in this class are too much of a spot and this bothers me. The Vitchelo isn't as bad as some are, and will provide about a two foot diameter patch of light at 15 feet.
What it comes down to is that manufacturers want to be able to claim how far it shines, so they make the main beam a spot light that will shine farther. But this makes the light less useful, because it shows only a small portion of what you may want to see. When you want it to light up a trail you want it to light up a 6-8 foot circle, not a 2 foot circle, right? But, regarding this headlamp, I don't know how to sugar coat this, it's output is wimpy and I have four different under $20 models that are much brighter than the Vitchelo's main beam.
So this most important main beam feature is,......Lackluster at best. An Eveready will be it's competition instead of a bright headlamp, but let me tell you something. The good old names don't do well competing for brightness these days, and that's because when some unknown company has it's headlamp made in some other factory in China, and then installs a good Cree LED instead of another, it just ends up a much brighter headlamp.
Then if they use a good, strong plastic housing and then put the high output Cree LED itself into an aluminum housing, behind a glass lens instead of plastic, uses a top strap for comfort and then balance the load with the batteries on the back and includes an adjustable beam size too, well Eveready seems a bit behind the times. Especially when they do all this while selling it cheaper to you, The Consumer.
So the Vitchelo is a pretty nice headlamp in it's class, and in almost every way. But the fact that it's main beam is not a bright one when compared to so many others that I own in this same class, it should not be the headlamp chosen to purchase if that's what is important to you. Others will be almost twice as bright and the video is evidence of an under $20 headlamp proving all that I'm saying. If having a good 40-50 foot beam isn't important to you, the Vitchelo is a good one otherwise.
I'm going to generously award this 3.5 stars rounded to 4. Because I happen to have what I call both indoor and outdoor headlamps and because this is a good indoor headlamp that's just okay outdoors and I prefer a better main beam outdoors.
I was sent this product for testing, and I hope that all your online purchases satisfy you, that's why I do this testing.
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