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Fenix HP25 Waterproof LED Headlamp - 360 Lumens - 4 x AA Batteries

Fenix HP25 Waterproof LED Headlamp - 360 Lumens - 4 x AA Batteries
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Fenix HP25 Waterproof LED Headlamp - 360 Lumens - 4 x AA Batteries

The Fenix HP25 Waterproof LED Headlamp is designed to handle only the toughest tasks and can go places even where you cannot. This light is the beefiest of the HP series headlamps from Fenix as it features 2 light sources. Comfortably fit it on your head with the horizontal and vertical head straps made to fasten to any sized head. A separate battery pack which connects to the light itself through an extension wire allows for battery pack storage inside a backpack or in your pocket for cold weather use, preventing cold temperature battery drainage.

Double the Power

Two Light Sources

With a beam distance of up to 153 meters, a maximum output of 180 lumens, and a maximum run time of almost five hours, the HP25 is a powerhouse on all fronts. Leave no shadow in the dark by engaging the spot beam. Need a powerful area beam for that large cave? Simply switch to the flood beam! Hey wait a minute, what if you turn both beams on at the same time? BOOM an instant 360 lumens of blistering output has just ensued, thanks to not one, but two CREE XP-E LEDs at this light's center of it all. Select from a wide range of lighting levels including Turbo, High, Mid, Low, and SOS modes for a multitude of applications.

Reliable Construction

Oops, I dropped it Again!

Not to worry, the HP25 is built from rugged plastic and Type III anodized aluminum. This is what gives it the IPX-6 water resistant rating. While on the move, you never know what could come your way in the dark. Rain, dust, twigs, leaves, branches, rocks, and under sized doorways all present hazards which would damage any ordinary light. Why not bang your head on just about anything while you are wearing your HP25!

Features:
  • Utilizes two Cree XP-E LEDs with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
  • Digitally regulated output - maintains constant brightness
  • Two dedicated light sources with individual control system
  • Lockout function - prevents the light from accidental activation
  • Reverse polarity protection guards against improper battery installation
  • Intelligent memory circuit automatically enters the previous used brightness level when turned on
  • 12 sets of flood and spot light combinations
  • 60-degree tilt mechanism adjusts the beam where needed
  • Rugged aluminum chassis to shed heat and impact


Specifications:
  • LED: 2 x Cree XP-E
  • Runs on: 4 x AA (Alkaline or Ni-MH) batteries (Batteries included)
  • Flood output mode/Run time (Ni-MH battery, alkaline battery):
    • Turbo: 180 lumens / 4.6h, 4h
    • High: 90 lumens / 10.5h, 11h
    • Mid: 45 lumens / 24h, 30h
    • Low: 4 lumens / 206h, 220h
  • Spot output mode/Run time (Ni-MH battery, alkaline battery):
    • High: 180 lumens / 4.6h, 4h
    • Mid: 90 lumens / 10.5h, 11h
    • Low: 45 lumens / 24h, 30h
  • Peak Beam Intensity: 6400 cd
  • Maximum Beam Distance: 153m
  • Dimensions:
    • Length: 2.99" (76mm)
    • Width: 2.63" (55.7mm)
    • Height: 1.24" (31.55mm)
  • Weight: 6.47 .oz (183.5g) (excluding batteries)
Fenix HP25 Waterproof LED Headlamp - 360 Lumens - 4 x AA Batteries
$69.95
5 Stars based on 1 Review(s)
Dennis
5 Stars

Excellent for blackouts
October 17, 2013
I bought one of these as a backup--so I could be set on lights no matter what. I already own two of the discontinued Fenix HP20 lights, and aside reservations about the wire near the switch, this light is virtually ideal. The Fenix HP25 has its pros and cons versus the classic HP20. First, the pros. The battery pack mounts on the back, making it neater to run the wire. You get 2 independent lights. The switches are more secure, mounted on the light instead of on the wire, which itself seems less vulnerable to stress where it is mounted. The band is more adjustable, so you don\'t get that minor headache from prolonged use due to a too tight band. Now the cons. The low is 4 versus 6 lumens, and can only be accessed through the floodlight. Both sides could have offered a very low mode, so when very little light but tightly directed is called for, I could have had that. It is only IPX6, where the HP20 was IPX8 waterproof. The HP20 had the cool glowing switches. The HP25 only offers the SOS mode instead of all 3 flashing modes of the HP20. I recommend this light, even with the minor downgrades from the HP20. I also recommend a generous supply of NiMH batteries and a good charger for it, since Fenix seems to be going green with NiMH batteries and these are easier to access than the LiIon batteries. The low self-discharge versions are most suitable for emergency use, while regular NiMH are more suitable for everyday use (such as airplane mechanic use, cave use, hiking, camping, exploring, and so on). Either way, you will have a hard time going wrong with the HP25, a good set of NiMH batteries, and a good charger.



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