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Rayovac Sportsman Xtreme 1W Multi Function Headlamp with Diffuser 62 Lumens

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Rayovac's rugged "Sportsman Xtreme" line of high performance lights offer superior quality at an excellent value. Rayovac combined cutting edge technology, practicality and style when creating this headlamp. A single AA (included) powers this comfortable and light weight device. A built in diffuser can be brought over the lens for a more efficient flood of light. The Sportsman headlamp also features red and blue LED mode to preserve night vision and aid in tracking.

Features and Specifications:
  • Runs on 1 x AA battery (Included)
  • Ultra compact, 4 LED headlight
  • Water resistant
  • Rotating diffuser lens to illuminate a larger area
  • 1 watt Luxeon LED
  • Multi-colored LED's: red for night vision and blue for tracking
  • DC/DC regulated circuitry provides maximum light output throughout the life of the battery
  • Max Output: 62 lumens
  • Run time: 1.5 hours
  • UPC: 012800517435
Runtime (Hours):-1.5---
Output Modes:3+ Brightness Levels, Blue, Red
Compatible Batteries:1 x AA
Batteries Included:Yes
Included Accessories:Batteries
Flashlight Usage:Headlamps
Throw Distance (Max):76m
Switch Location:Body
Warranty:Battery Junction 30-Day Warranty, Rayovac Lifetime Flashlight Warranty
Return Policy:Battery Junction Return Policy
Country of Origin:CN
4 Reviews
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By Scouter D.
South Elkhorn, KY
Best Headlamp out there!
December 13, 2015
I've been an LED fan since the 1st low power lights in the 1990's cost $60. I've owned over a dozen headlamps, including some really expensive ones used for rescue or cave work. But for the money and the practical use, this is the best one out there that I can find regardless of the price. I use Duracell pre-charged batteries and carry a set of 4 in a little box. I rotate these out as needed, pointed one way, they are 'good', pointed the other they are 'bad'. This keeps me in batteries for long hikes and outdoor chores. I also would love a lower level white light, but really the simplicity of the overall design and ease of switching from spotlight to perfect wide area work like is unmatched and incredibly useful when working with others. Just try one if you are doubtful, you'll not be disappointed!
ProsGreat switch (outlasted my tikka) Diffuser - really increases versatility Simple battery switching Really bright for it's size, just the right balance for a working light, but will just plain blind squirrels at 100' with the diffuser off so don't underestimate it! super comfortable due to the light weight and small footprint on my forehead waterproof/resistant - works fine in the rain blue and red LED's are more useful than you think (stretches battery life) Comfortable, easy to adjust head-strap that holds up well
ConsVery few: hard to find at the local Wal-Mart anymore I do wish it had a lower power white light, but this is a minor issue. It would be really cool if it had a pocket on the head-strap for a spare battery, in that they only last 1.5 hours.
By Pete
A Nearly Perfect Headlamp
October 4, 2014
I bought my first of these headlamps around 2007 at Walmart. It's 2014 as I write this and I still haven't found a better inexpensive headlamp. I have given them to friends and family, have worn through a couple of them, and have three at the moment. Battery Junction is the only place that has consistently stocked these awesome lights and their customer service has always been second to none. These lights hold up well to hard military and professional use and are inexpensive to replace if broken or lost.

These are my absolute favorite cheap headlamps. I keep them as back-ups/loaners at work, keep one in the truck, and one in the garage. This is what I give to people as a gift when they need a headlamp. I have more expensive Streamlight, Petzl, and Nitecore headlamps also. These get more use. While the IR, low modes, and helmet mount of the Streamlight have their advantages, the lack of a tailcap lockout on that light makes me use these instead sometimes.
If these had a low mode and a hard selector switch, these would be the only headlamps I used. Period... And I use a lot of headlamps.
ProsDiffuser. The diffuser on this light is permanently attached and rotates back and forth covering either the blue and red, or the white light. Because it stays attached, you don't have to worry about losing it or keeping it someplace - it's always there. Because it rotates back and forth, it's never in the way. I wish this design was copied by manufacturers like Streamlight/Inova/Surefire on higher end IR capable and helmet mountable headlamps Tailcap lockout I can't stress how important this feature is and how rare it seems to be in headlamps. When stuffed into a pouch, I never have to worry about a light AD/ND or battery drain. Single AA power Works with alkaline, E2, or NiMh (noticeably reduced output) AA batteries. A single spare AA is much easier to situate on your kit or wherever than the 3 pack of AAA's necesitated by Petzl and other lights. Twist on Battery cap with lanyard It is super easy to swap a battery in the dark while leaving the light on your head/helmet. You simply unscrew, let go, swap batteries, and re-screw. Much better than the clip in out design of so many other headlamps. The o-ring sealed screw on battery cap allowed by the single AA battery design also allows better water protection. The lanyard is the first part that breaks on these lights though (the ratcheting angle adjustment goes next, then the headband wears out. This is after a LOT of hard use though) Works great as an around the neck light your clipboard to write on light - better than most headlamps b/c of the way the angle adjustment functions.
ConsBattery life - Red light lasts forever, but the white light will burn through a AA in an hour and half or so though. This is mostly because of the single output (high), but the ease of battery changes and spare carrying (a single AA) make this kind of a non-issue. You'll get a bit more out of the (more expensive) lights with higher efficiency circuits from Petzl et al. but not enough to not have to keep spares handy and then you're keeping 3xAAA instead of a single AA and also have to trade off the tailcap lockout, ease of battery change (done while still on head/helmet), and water resistance (screw-on o-ring sealed). No low mode for white light. Fine for a work/truck light. Not so good for mil/aviation/astronomy uses UI - Click once = White, twice = blue, three = red, four = off. This is fine and intuitive, but you need to cover the light with your hand if going straight to red and trying to preserve night vision.
perfect light
January 19, 2014
Excellent all around light, versatile compact and convenient. solid build, can be held in teeth for precise position control when using for close up work. Small enough to wear around neck all the time. I wish it had lower power white otherwise it\'s perfect.
By Fox
November 7, 2013
I really enjoy the lightness and multicolor options this light. the diffuser is clever and functions well.
The short battery life is offset with the fact that it only takes one battery.
Comfortable and easy to wear, and very versatile.
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Rayovac Sportsman Xtreme 1W Multi Function Headlamp with Diffuser 62 Lumens

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