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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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|Light Source Type||LED|
|Package Height||2.8 x 3.2 x 4.9 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.19 pounds|
Whether you plan to head into the wilderness or hike the Appalachian Trail, the VITCHELO V800 Headlamp Flashlight with Red LED will give you the most of what you need (a bright beam and reliable outdoor gear) and the least of what you don’t (especially high-quality optics) for a reasonable price.
Fully dimmable and gloriously easy to operate, the red and white LEDs of the head lamp are controlled by 2 separate buttons; and the design, lightweight and packable, can withstand water against the enclosure from any direction.
Perfect runners light, the extendable head band provides enough comfort on the head; and there is no better option in weight and size if you consider using this headlamp with red light as an ultra running headlamp or night running light.
Excellent hiking gifts for men, the Vitchelo LED headlamp offers small size, briht light, and rock-solid durability; three criteria essentially important for any outdoor activity.
The ability to go hands-free with this head lamp is a major advantage over a flashlight, and for certain activities like fishing or hunting, having the use of both hands is imperative. Great addition to any hunting gear, it's a great hunting headlamp & great gifts for fisherman.
Voted "Best Headlamp for Casual Use" by The WireCutter, the VITCHELO Headlamp is praised for all the other usual reasons, too: Its bright, long-lasting light is superior to that of similar options, and it comes with a nice dose of weatherproofing as well as a warranty. It is for many the best headlamp for kids, best hiking headlamp and best led headlamp.
If you’d like a basic headlamp, for use around the house, that’s lightweight, powerful, with a brighter, higher-quality beam, and doesn’t require an engineering degree to figure out, click "Add To Cart Now" & get the Vitchelo headlamp flashlight TODAY. It's by far the brightest and best headlamp for all your outdoor needs!
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U can read in bed with no hot spot or light up the night and adjust brightness to boot!!!
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What you're getting with this order:
(1) Vitchelo LED headlamp
(3) AAA batteries
(1) Silicone wrist bracelet with Vitchelo logo
Length of time owned/tested: 2 1/2 months
I'm a runner and a backpacker and I live in a very hot area of the country. What this means is that during the summer and well into the fall my most comfortable running option is at night. When it comes to backpacking, my friends and I sometimes work all day Fri, and then begin our trip on Friday evening, hiking until midnight or so under headlamps. So, I have quite a bit of experience with headlamps and that brings a decent knowledge of what I want and need for my own situation. Among other things, I'm looking for a light bright enough to run by and easy to adjust on the go, the ability to adjust the angle of the light to suit my needs, a fit on the headband that's tight enough to prevent wobble, but yet remains comfortable. Let's look at this particular model and how it performs in those categories.
Brightness: This light, especially on its highest setting is very bright. It is far more than I need for safe running or hiking, even way out in the back country. Luckily, there are 4 settings (3 that actually matter) and the light can be dimmed to meet my needs.
Adjustability of light: Besides that brightest setting, there is a normal setting followed by a dim setting. I can safely run on the dim setting around my neighborhood, and on the normal setting if I'm running on a trail and have no other light. There is also the ubiquitous "strobe" mode that all head lamps include that I will never use. The ability to step down in brightness proves very helpful in preserving battery life which I'll discuss in a bit.
Adjustment of angle: When I'm running or hiking, I like the beam to be much closer to my feet than I have it when I'm just working outside or walking around my campsite. Any headlamp whose price approaches $30 better have the ability to adjust the angle of the light, and this model does. It offers 4 different angles, each of which holds tightly, even when running. I am pleased with the angles offered and this light satisfies my adjustability requirement.
Headband: No matter how good the light is, if it's attached to a poor quality headband it will be worthless to me. This elastic headband offers easy adjustability and a tight hold. In fact, it can be tightened to the point of discomfort. This is excellent news for a runner as I cannot tolerate a light that bounces during running. This model holds tightly to the head even at my full speed.
So, this model does meet my basic conditions for use as a running light or a backpacking light but there's another important factor that needs to be discussed; battery life. Because this lamp burns so brightly on its highest setting, it is possible to burn it out in just 5-6 hours of use if only that setting is used. This would be unacceptable to me as just one backpacking trip can require 6-8 total hours of use. However, because the brightness can be adjusted, the normal and dim settings increase the battery life significantly. If you absolutely need the brightest setting for long periods for whatever it is you plan to do with this headlamp, then this is not the light for you. You will go through batteries too quickly for it to be worth your while. If you can plan to use it on lower settings, you can get some longer life out of it, upwards of 12 hours with heavy use. And, if you're just using it for 1/2 hour runs a few times a week you can get even more life out of the batteries.
Anything else of note?:
-As of the posting of this review, the headlamp is eligible for free shipping to members of Amazon Prime; that's always a check in the plus column for me.
-The 3 required AAA batteries are included with the order.
-The light also has 2 settings for red lights. I never use these and have never really understood why anyone wants them, but they are on nearly every headlamp on the market so I figured I should mention it.
-The housing of the lamp is constructed of light weight plastic. It is an identical build to other lamps I have in this price range. It will likely be susceptible to heavy use, and sweat and rain may eventually become a problem.
Bottom line: This headlamp is similar in quality to other lamps I own in the $30 price range. It is far brighter than anything I need it for and so I appreciate the 3 brightness options so that I can save the battery while running and hiking. If you're looking for max brightness and will need the lamp for several hours at a time, then this is not likely to fit your needs as the batteries will drain too quickly. If you're looking for a quality headlamp for multiple shorter periods of use such as running and shorter distance hiking then this option is as good as others that I've seen at this price point.
I hear the batteries don't last very long at full brightness, so this is a very bad function.
I've had a princeton tech light that I really like and a bunch of cheaper ones. I bought the Vitchelo to get a nicer light with red lamp function. The princeton ones aren't as bright (why do you need a strobe light for camp chores anyway?), but are better for having buried in your pack.
Fix the button pressure and you've got a real winner here. I typically use the light on lower power settings, so the light lasts just fine.