Acebeam has dropped a new headlamp in the form of a three emitter 18650 light with USB-C charging. It’s a nice looking device with three emitter options. Read on for more thoughts and testing!
Wowtac makes some solid, inexpensive lights, and they’ve updated their A2 headlamp. Wowtac has released the A2S, which almost doubles the output across all modes, increases throw, but retains the nice form factor of the headlamp. Read on for full testing of the Wowtac A2S!
An 18650 headlamp! This could be a good category, mainly falling to whether the light is well balanced against it’s head straps. This one is, and works great. It has dual emitters and USB-C charging, which is a nice bonus. It’s the Fenix HM65R – read on for more thoughts and testing!
Nitecore has a new ultralight headlamp, with high output, high CRI, and red all built in! It’s smaller than the previous iteration of this light, so would likely be great for long runs and the like.
Today I have in for review a neat headlamp by Sofirn. This marks their first headlamp design! It’s an 18650 light with an e-switch on the head end, and on-board charging. Quite a release as a first headlamp! Read on for testing.
I’ve reviewed a bunch of Nitecore lights, but somehow this little headlamp slipped under the radar. Nitecore reached out, and soon this diminutive three emitter, high CRI, lightweight headlamp was in my hands! This is my kind of light, so I’m interested to see if it’s any good!
The latest review item I have from Neal’s Gadgets is another Fireflies light. This is the PL47, a right angle 21700 light. It’s a “headlamp” in the sense that it ships with a headband, but most uses will likely not include it being an actual headlamp. I’m excited to have and test it; read on for more!
I’ve long been a huge fan of the Skilhunt H03 – I should take it a step further: I have never reviewed a Skilhunt light that I didn’t like! I have also wanted the “C” version of the Skilhunt headlamp since I knew about the H02C. Finally I have one in my hands, and here’s the review of it!
Another year, another Nitecore! This time it’s a new headlamp, with a whole host of emitters, including red and two high CRI secondary emitters. Nitecore has a special sale going on this one, so the review is timely!
An update to he extremely popular Skilhunt H03 is the H03 RC. The RC version adds charging, and not much else. It’s a very nice package; read on for more!
After talking to Lumintop (directly), I’ve gotten a light for review from them. I hope to have more – they make a lot of stuff, including much of the BLF forum lights. They sent a tiny headlamp. An AAA light, with a magnet and an orange switch and headband. Great combo! Let’s see how it stands up to testing.
Here’s another Nitecore headlamp; GearBest sent this one over. It’s a [multi] emitter light with an indicating switch and red secondary. Most importantly, it’s a high CRI light!
It’s been a long time since I reviewed a Manker light, though I have liked most of the Manker’s I’ve had. The E14 is still a personal favorite (and in my opinion, a watershed light). Good friends have described the E03H as a must have, so I … had to have one! Fortunately Fasttech came through for me. So here’s the review of the E03H!
Nitecore has a few headlamps out now and this one is an interesting entry – it has three emitters. A main emitter, a secondary NW emitter, and a red emitter. All powered by a single 18650 and in a reasonably small package.
After [forever] of not having a headlamp with a separate battery pack, I got the Olight HS2. I didn’t really think I’d like this setup (hence me never having one in decades of having lights). I wasn’t sure how I’d like this light….
While most flashlight’y people don’t like a headlamp that has any plastic whatsoever, I am not in that group. This Nitecore NU05 is a kind of novel headlamp because it’s a headlamp/bike tail light. Regardless of it’s utility, it’s fun.
GearBest sent me a light from a brand I’m not really familiar with. But I’ve always liked angle lights/headlamps, so I said sure, why not! One of my first forays into the flashlight world was with a Zebralight Headlamp, so I was curious to see how things have changed.