• Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
  • Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
  • Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
  • Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
  • Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
  • Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
  • Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
  • Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
  • Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)
Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)

Energizer HDB32E LED Headlamp with HD Vision Optics, 3 Modes (Batteries Included)

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  • Lightweight Energizer Vision HD LED Headlamp works with 3 Energizer MAX AAA batteries (batteries included)
  • Powerful beam reaches up to 50 meters and puts out up to 200 lumens with state-of-the-art LED technology
  • Switches easily between 4 light modes: high, low, spot, and flood
  • Comfortable, washable band with pivoting headlight directs light where you need it
  • This durable headlamp resists damage from drops up to 1 meter high, for worry-free use, whether you're hiking, biking, or working around the garage
  • IPX4 water-resistant construction withstands splashing
  • Runs for up to 8.5 hours in high mode

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One of the two stopped working after about an hours use. Had to pull the unit apart to repair it, functions now. Worked as expected. As some others complained the light can be seen while you are wearing the band. It can be annoying but if you put some marker or fingernail polish to block the small area on the bottom it's better. Nice and bright.Edit.I keep one of these in my shop and one in my work truck. I went to use the one in my truck today and when I turned it on it was flickering. I rearranged the batteries and it didn't stop. Soon after it stopped working completely. I brought it home and put new batteries in it and it turned on once. Now it won't even turn on. So I bought two and after about an hour of use one of them stopped working. Not happy as I really needed the light because I was working inside cabinets.Update:Well, I was going to return it for exchange but of course I'd have to pay for the shipping which would be about $9.50 for a product that cost my $15. So I threw it in a corner. Last night I had to fix my wife's car FOB and decided I'd pull the light apart. To my surprise it had screws instead of a plastic weld or being snap together which never fares well when you try to take them apart.So I removed the batteries and the 4 tiny philips screws. The unit came apart. There was a white circuit board with two switches and 5 LEDs. The battery terminals were dual function, transfer power and hold the circuit board in place. The B+ terminal was bent at an angle that wouldn't make contact with the contact on the circuit board. After a while I found that you can pull the contact completely out of the battery area. I did it for both the B+ and B- terminals and removed the circuit board. I re-bent the B+ terminal to 90 degrees and re-inserted it. Put the B- back too. Slipped in the batteries and pressed the button and the lights once again came on. Put the unit together and now it seems to function properly. 2I like this one better than my older model (other than ...The last one of these I had has lasted me many years (8)...it's still going (barely). I don't know how I ever worked without one. I like this one better than my older model (other than the lack of a red light function). I've had a few cheap headlamps in the past but they don't come close to the Energizer headlamps. I like that the lights intensity is adjustable and they use AAA batteries. I'll be buying these for as long as I'm able to work. No need to stop at dark and set up lights, just strap on this headlamp and keep on working.5A great LED headlamp for the priceI paid retail price for this WHITE LED headlamp. I wanted one stronger and with longer lasting battery strength then a ball cap clip on light with "button batteries".They're okay for week-end jaunts, but going on motorcycle touring road-trips across several states demands a stronger light for those inevitable after dark camping arrivals/tent setups. This lamp fits the bill in that respect, with one, two or three lights all available together so that you can control the intensity. A nice feature is that 1 touch of the on-off button turns it off without cycling through all three modes. The box advertising implies that the light intensity can be controlled by holding down the on-off switch. While this is true, it is programmed to work only when the light is on with all three LED's lit. Hold the button down and it will dim the light at a moderate rate. When the light briefly flashes, it will start to increase again until it reaches full intensity, then repeat. It will cycle back and forth giving a brief flash at highest and lowest intensity. Release your finger where-ever you like the brightness between high & low flashes. If you have just two lights on or just one light on, it will only operate in those 2 modes FULL brightness. Therefore, the realistic use of dimming 3 LED's vrs. using 1 fully bright LED seems a wasted feature. Why not control intensity on just one LED so it can be used as a night light inside the tent for those night jaunts to the restroom or used as a reading and/or blanket organizing light while your partner is sleeping? Or a RED LED? The LOW intensity 3 light LED output is just as bright (or brighter) then the un-adjustable full bright single LED. These LED's are 150 lumens. Not shabby for a headlight and more then bright enough to set-up a camp in the dark.Another feature is the forward tilt, which is also the method of getting to the battery enclosure. A firm grasp is needed to pull the lamp down to tilt it. I thought I broke it with a loud SNAP when I had to tilt it to install the batteries (3 AAA cells). Pushing it back during tilt adjustment felt like it was greased and precision made. I think its the way the plastic tilting adjustment cogs are molded, tilted/ aligned. Only time will tell how much use they will need to incur before they slide smoothly (as in retraction) or wear out. You actually need to hold the headlamp body with one hand and pull firmly with the other when tilting the unit down. To retract the unit to the normal (not tilted) position takes just one push of the finger. Get the idea? There is no tension bolt for the tilting, but I feel strongly that the lamp will not move from adjustment with normal head movements. The soft stretch washable/detachable elastic red strap is 1 " wide and adjustable and very comfortable to wear against your head. Tested to ANSI/FL1 standards to be water resistant, withstand a 1 meter drop, shine 40 meters for 8 hrs. (50 hrs on low mode) Note: The large rubber cased on-off button is easily reached on top and slightly recessed, but very little pressure is needed to turn it on (hopefully not pushed "ON" in your pack while your riding down Rt. 66-don't ask.) 3 yr limited warranty.Yep, made in China. One star off (not a deal breaker) for the tilting adjustment force required and doubtful real world usefulness of the 3 LED dimmable intensity feature.4Get the HD Vision+ (Green version) over this oneOverall, this is a decent, inexpensive headlamp but I'd recommend spending a few bucks more and getting the Energizer HD+ Vision (Green version) headlamp over this one. The green version is 50 lumens brighter, has 1 more mode, has a nicer Spot beam pattern, and dimming is available in 3 modes vs. just one.Pros:*Has both a spot and flood beam, available separately or together*Has a dimming function*Lightweight*Energizer batteries includedCons:*Dimming function only works in Mode 1 where both the flood and spot are on. I would like a dimming function that works when just the spot or flood LEDs are on.*The beam pattern could be better. The spot mode has a bright, bluish center with a warmer area around it. The flood beam is a bit inconsistent with a dark spot in the center.4Don't know how I did without one!I love this thing! I work on my Harley at night, pulled out of my garage. I live in the desert and most of the time I can't even do that when it's still in the 90s at 11pm. The garage is at least 20 degrees hotter. So I have work lights I pull out but always have to move them around to really see what I'm doing on any given part of the bike.I put this on the other night to polish up my chrome (which is all over the bike) and what a breeze. I don't know why I didn't think of this sooner. I got the HD and it is certainly all I needed (I considered getting the version with the night vision lense but I rarely use my night vision goggles at home). I'm happier than a pig in s*^#. I honestly could care less how soon I'll need to replace batteries. It has made life so much easier.I DID NOT receive these free or otherwise. I just really like em.5glad I didn't pay too much for itGot this as Black Friday deal, glad I didn't pay too much for it. It works, just manage your expectations. I have a much older version of an Energizer headlamp and wanted to upgrade to higher lumens. My old one had a nice smooth motion to titling the headlamp, this newest one, almost feels like your going to break it. Need some force to tilt it and it snaps like cheap plastic, have a feeling it's going to break before too long. And now after several uses running a night, the headlamp bounces around even when the angle is pressed all the way in against the headband. Look elsewhere for a more active durable headlamp2Excellent Battery life is fantastic and is about as bright as you can get without getting one of the artificial sun headlamps with the power wheel battery strapped to the back of your head. It fits well and does not slide around or feel as if it's going to fall off at any point. Light quality is on point with a very nice spot light effect; not too flood-like, but not a super focused beam.The lamp itself has a 3 position tilt that is super convenient and locks in place at each interval with a satisfying 'click' and will not budge unless you physically move it. 10/10 purchase 5Update!! Headlamp = Vein TransilluminatorUpdate! The headlamp is still going strong.In other news, this headlamp is an excellent vein transilluminator. Traditionally, vein transilluminators can cost somewhere between $150 and up, this $15 headlamp can flex into a vein transilluminator. I do plan on purchasing the 250 lumen headlamp to maximize exposure.Super Bright and Easy to UseFlashlights have come a long way in the last decade. It's too hard to compete when most flashlights cost under $50.The head band is great because it frees your hands. Super bright and buttons are easy to use.5Great for hands-free lightI originally bought this for my early morning walks during the wintertime, but didn't need it because there was enough light from the streetlights to guide my way. I wasn't sure what to do with it--until it found a new life in the garage. My husband frequently uses it when he's working in and under his antique car. He loves this light because it's bright and he can easily point it exactly where it's needed while keeping his hands free to do whatever he's trying to do.5More than I expected Choices are staggering, including some mighty pricey headlamps, and I wanted to stay under $30.I'm glad I decided on this model over a less expensive one. It turned out to be much more the light than I expected for the price. I really wanted a red lamp for retaining night vision, and a couple of choices for standard light and brightness. I got that and more.Two buttons. One defaults to red, then continues to bright and dim as you press through. The other defaults to bright and can be panned to wide or narrow spot. This one recalls the last setting when you shut if off. Light panel tilts down for your viewing pleasure. It's lightweight, fits in a pocket or pouch and works like a boss.Yep, I'm happy. 5Best cheapo headlamp, but there are a couple quirks This headlamp is very bright and the quality of light is excellent. I do not have a CRI meter, but my judgement puts it above 80, meaning it would be suitable for lighting a video in a pinch. The red setting is TOO BRIGHT since it uses two red leds. I chose this headlamp because it has two buttons, and I needed to be able to turn the red light on without activating the white first. This headlamp is capable of going straight to red, but I would prefer to be able to select whether I want to use one, or two red leds.The buttons that I mentioned do not operate as you might think. The power button cycles between modes, with Red first, then Bright, then Dim. The other button goes straight to Bright white light, or if you are in Red mode it will turn the light off. I would prefer the order of the modes to be Red, Dim, Bright, and I think that Energizer could make such a change very easily if they ever read this review.Overall, I would recommend this headlight. I wish that Energizer had put a little more thought into their programming, but the build quality is great and the LEDs are all high quality. It would be nice to be able to toggle modes with the second button, and toggle whether the light is on with the power button. 4First the good - The light works well - its very brightFirst the good - The light works well - its very bright. There are three settings for brightness. The strap is wide and comfortable.Then the bad - there is a little ratchet mechanism built into the bottom of the light that allows you to adjust the aim downward. It's poorly designed. It ratchets one way (up) very easily. But for my use, this position aims the light too high. Too adjust the light downward, you have to pull pretty hard on it, and it feels like it is going to break the plastic tab. So, I end up taking it off to pull out on the tab with my fingernail, then adjust it, and let the tab go to latch into position. The worst part is - every time I hit the on/off button, the light ratchets back up into it's upward-most position, and I end up having to take it off and adjust it again. Very annoying.3Goldilocks' Headlamp These Energizer headlamps don't get nearly enough attention. They are light, super bright, reasonably priced, and don't require special batteries. They have *two buttons*, which makes it much easier to use than the single button lamps you have to learn how to cycle thru endlessly. And they are physical buttons, not unreliable touch sensitive buttons that don't work with normal gloves. My only complaint is that the transparent plastic that encases the main center light sticks out a few millimeters, allowing a small amount of ambient light to travel thru the edge of the plastic and reflect off of the rim of my glasses. This results in a small amount of glare that is counterproductive to overall visibility, but it easily solved with a small band of dark nail polish on the underside of the main light. It is similar to the black band football players put under their eyes to block glare from the sun and it turns this 4.5 star product into a full 5 star product. 4Super Bright and long Lasting BatteriesAt this price point, its a pretty decent head lamp, very bright and battery life is much longer than expected. My neighbor purchased them for their kids while camping. We set it to 'spot' which uses the least power but is plenty of light they can see in the dark. Since I plan to use it less often, I wanted one with removable batteries in common sizes found almost anywhere. If the batteries died, I just replace them and not have to wait for a charge. When I need it, I need it now, so being able to swap out batteries on the fly was important. The variable light levels with flood or spot are great to match how the light is needed.5Perfect light source for hands free evening hikes / night walk Bought this Vision HD+ as an alternative to holding a flashlight during evening hikes and it works great. I took off the headband and clip it to my chest trap of the backpack so that I have two free hands, especially useful during the rocky part of the hike.What I like about this model:1) Night vision model - I can use it while hiking with people who prefers walking with natural (moon) lights, it would not bother them as much2) Pivot angle - ability to focus to the distance in front or towards to far distance3) Memory recall - one click on the dedicated button to go back to the preferred mode instead of cycle through all the modes with 3-4 clicks each time you turn it back on4) Light "Angle" - the ability to have light beam focus straight and narrow or wider to the side (This is done by alternating brightness from the center bulb to the side bulbs and vice versa, not physically altering the angle of the bulbs. The extremes values are 1) Center bulb fully on / Side bulbs fully off, 2) Center bulb fully off / Side bulbs fully on)As mentioned with other reviews, it does have minor light leak at the top and bottom. You can decrease the leak by covering the parts by permanent marker, electrical tape, Sugru, and etc. All in all this is a perfect for hands free evening / night hikes. Highly recommended! 5It's okay...but you get what you pay for.I needed a replacement headlamp and decided to go cheap. As far as the light it gives off, it is comparable to the $30 one I owned previously. The weak link is the up and down adjustment. The ratchet mechanism is so cheaply designed that you have to hold the plastic that is on your forehead with one hand while pulling down on the light with the other, all the while sounding like you've just snapped something off. If you're the type of person that doesn't adjust your light to where you need it, then you will be okay, but personally I do adjust it all the time. I'll look for another and use this as a backup.3
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One of the two stopped working after about an hours use. Had to pull the unit apart to repair it, functions now. Worked as expected. As some others complained the light can be seen while you are wearing the band. It can be annoying but if you put some marker or fingernail polish to block the small area on the bottom it's better. Nice and bright.Edit.I keep one of these in my shop and one in my work truck. I went to use the one in my truck today and when I turned it on it was flickering. I rearranged the batteries and it didn't stop. Soon after it stopped working completely. I brought it home and put new batteries in it and it turned on once. Now it won't even turn on. So I bought two and after about an hour of use one of them stopped working. Not happy as I really needed the light because I was working inside cabinets.Update:Well, I was going to return it for exchange but of course I'd have to pay for the shipping which would be about $9.50 for a product that cost my $15. So I threw it in a corner. Last night I had to fix my wife's car FOB and decided I'd pull the light apart. To my surprise it had screws instead of a plastic weld or being snap together which never fares well when you try to take them apart.So I removed the batteries and the 4 tiny philips screws. The unit came apart. There was a white circuit board with two switches and 5 LEDs. The battery terminals were dual function, transfer power and hold the circuit board in place. The B+ terminal was bent at an angle that wouldn't make contact with the contact on the circuit board. After a while I found that you can pull the contact completely out of the battery area. I did it for both the B+ and B- terminals and removed the circuit board. I re-bent the B+ terminal to 90 degrees and re-inserted it. Put the B- back too. Slipped in the batteries and pressed the button and the lights once again came on. Put the unit together and now it seems to function properly. 2I like this one better than my older model (other than ...The last one of these I had has lasted me many years (8)...it's still going (barely). I don't know how I ever worked without one. I like this one better than my older model (other than the lack of a red light function). I've had a few cheap headlamps in the past but they don't come close to the Energizer headlamps. I like that the lights intensity is adjustable and they use AAA batteries. I'll be buying these for as long as I'm able to work. No need to stop at dark and set up lights, just strap on this headlamp and keep on working.5A great LED headlamp for the priceI paid retail price for this WHITE LED headlamp. I wanted one stronger and with longer lasting battery strength then a ball cap clip on light with "button batteries".They're okay for week-end jaunts, but going on motorcycle touring road-trips across several states demands a stronger light for those inevitable after dark camping arrivals/tent setups. This lamp fits the bill in that respect, with one, two or three lights all available together so that you can control the intensity. A nice feature is that 1 touch of the on-off button turns it off without cycling through all three modes. The box advertising implies that the light intensity can be controlled by holding down the on-off switch. While this is true, it is programmed to work only when the light is on with all three LED's lit. Hold the button down and it will dim the light at a moderate rate. When the light briefly flashes, it will start to increase again until it reaches full intensity, then repeat. It will cycle back and forth giving a brief flash at highest and lowest intensity. Release your finger where-ever you like the brightness between high & low flashes. If you have just two lights on or just one light on, it will only operate in those 2 modes FULL brightness. Therefore, the realistic use of dimming 3 LED's vrs. using 1 fully bright LED seems a wasted feature. Why not control intensity on just one LED so it can be used as a night light inside the tent for those night jaunts to the restroom or used as a reading and/or blanket organizing light while your partner is sleeping? Or a RED LED? The LOW intensity 3 light LED output is just as bright (or brighter) then the un-adjustable full bright single LED. These LED's are 150 lumens. Not shabby for a headlight and more then bright enough to set-up a camp in the dark.Another feature is the forward tilt, which is also the method of getting to the battery enclosure. A firm grasp is needed to pull the lamp down to tilt it. I thought I broke it with a loud SNAP when I had to tilt it to install the batteries (3 AAA cells). Pushing it back during tilt adjustment felt like it was greased and precision made. I think its the way the plastic tilting adjustment cogs are molded, tilted/ aligned. Only time will tell how much use they will need to incur before they slide smoothly (as in retraction) or wear out. You actually need to hold the headlamp body with one hand and pull firmly with the other when tilting the unit down. To retract the unit to the normal (not tilted) position takes just one push of the finger. Get the idea? There is no tension bolt for the tilting, but I feel strongly that the lamp will not move from adjustment with normal head movements. The soft stretch washable/detachable elastic red strap is 1 " wide and adjustable and very comfortable to wear against your head. Tested to ANSI/FL1 standards to be water resistant, withstand a 1 meter drop, shine 40 meters for 8 hrs. (50 hrs on low mode) Note: The large rubber cased on-off button is easily reached on top and slightly recessed, but very little pressure is needed to turn it on (hopefully not pushed "ON" in your pack while your riding down Rt. 66-don't ask.) 3 yr limited warranty.Yep, made in China. One star off (not a deal breaker) for the tilting adjustment force required and doubtful real world usefulness of the 3 LED dimmable intensity feature.4Get the HD Vision+ (Green version) over this oneOverall, this is a decent, inexpensive headlamp but I'd recommend spending a few bucks more and getting the Energizer HD+ Vision (Green version) headlamp over this one. The green version is 50 lumens brighter, has 1 more mode, has a nicer Spot beam pattern, and dimming is available in 3 modes vs. just one.Pros:*Has both a spot and flood beam, available separately or together*Has a dimming function*Lightweight*Energizer batteries includedCons:*Dimming function only works in Mode 1 where both the flood and spot are on. I would like a dimming function that works when just the spot or flood LEDs are on.*The beam pattern could be better. The spot mode has a bright, bluish center with a warmer area around it. The flood beam is a bit inconsistent with a dark spot in the center.4Don't know how I did without one!I love this thing! I work on my Harley at night, pulled out of my garage. I live in the desert and most of the time I can't even do that when it's still in the 90s at 11pm. The garage is at least 20 degrees hotter. So I have work lights I pull out but always have to move them around to really see what I'm doing on any given part of the bike.I put this on the other night to polish up my chrome (which is all over the bike) and what a breeze. I don't know why I didn't think of this sooner. I got the HD and it is certainly all I needed (I considered getting the version with the night vision lense but I rarely use my night vision goggles at home). I'm happier than a pig in s*^#. I honestly could care less how soon I'll need to replace batteries. It has made life so much easier.I DID NOT receive these free or otherwise. I just really like em.5glad I didn't pay too much for itGot this as Black Friday deal, glad I didn't pay too much for it. It works, just manage your expectations. I have a much older version of an Energizer headlamp and wanted to upgrade to higher lumens. My old one had a nice smooth motion to titling the headlamp, this newest one, almost feels like your going to break it. Need some force to tilt it and it snaps like cheap plastic, have a feeling it's going to break before too long. And now after several uses running a night, the headlamp bounces around even when the angle is pressed all the way in against the headband. Look elsewhere for a more active durable headlamp2Excellent Battery life is fantastic and is about as bright as you can get without getting one of the artificial sun headlamps with the power wheel battery strapped to the back of your head. It fits well and does not slide around or feel as if it's going to fall off at any point. Light quality is on point with a very nice spot light effect; not too flood-like, but not a super focused beam.The lamp itself has a 3 position tilt that is super convenient and locks in place at each interval with a satisfying 'click' and will not budge unless you physically move it. 10/10 purchase 5Update!! Headlamp = Vein TransilluminatorUpdate! The headlamp is still going strong.In other news, this headlamp is an excellent vein transilluminator. Traditionally, vein transilluminators can cost somewhere between $150 and up, this $15 headlamp can flex into a vein transilluminator. I do plan on purchasing the 250 lumen headlamp to maximize exposure.Super Bright and Easy to UseFlashlights have come a long way in the last decade. It's too hard to compete when most flashlights cost under $50.The head band is great because it frees your hands. Super bright and buttons are easy to use.5Great for hands-free lightI originally bought this for my early morning walks during the wintertime, but didn't need it because there was enough light from the streetlights to guide my way. I wasn't sure what to do with it--until it found a new life in the garage. My husband frequently uses it when he's working in and under his antique car. He loves this light because it's bright and he can easily point it exactly where it's needed while keeping his hands free to do whatever he's trying to do.5More than I expected Choices are staggering, including some mighty pricey headlamps, and I wanted to stay under $30.I'm glad I decided on this model over a less expensive one. It turned out to be much more the light than I expected for the price. I really wanted a red lamp for retaining night vision, and a couple of choices for standard light and brightness. I got that and more.Two buttons. One defaults to red, then continues to bright and dim as you press through. The other defaults to bright and can be panned to wide or narrow spot. This one recalls the last setting when you shut if off. Light panel tilts down for your viewing pleasure. It's lightweight, fits in a pocket or pouch and works like a boss.Yep, I'm happy. 5Best cheapo headlamp, but there are a couple quirks This headlamp is very bright and the quality of light is excellent. I do not have a CRI meter, but my judgement puts it above 80, meaning it would be suitable for lighting a video in a pinch. The red setting is TOO BRIGHT since it uses two red leds. I chose this headlamp because it has two buttons, and I needed to be able to turn the red light on without activating the white first. This headlamp is capable of going straight to red, but I would prefer to be able to select whether I want to use one, or two red leds.The buttons that I mentioned do not operate as you might think. The power button cycles between modes, with Red first, then Bright, then Dim. The other button goes straight to Bright white light, or if you are in Red mode it will turn the light off. I would prefer the order of the modes to be Red, Dim, Bright, and I think that Energizer could make such a change very easily if they ever read this review.Overall, I would recommend this headlight. I wish that Energizer had put a little more thought into their programming, but the build quality is great and the LEDs are all high quality. It would be nice to be able to toggle modes with the second button, and toggle whether the light is on with the power button. 4First the good - The light works well - its very brightFirst the good - The light works well - its very bright. There are three settings for brightness. The strap is wide and comfortable.Then the bad - there is a little ratchet mechanism built into the bottom of the light that allows you to adjust the aim downward. It's poorly designed. It ratchets one way (up) very easily. But for my use, this position aims the light too high. Too adjust the light downward, you have to pull pretty hard on it, and it feels like it is going to break the plastic tab. So, I end up taking it off to pull out on the tab with my fingernail, then adjust it, and let the tab go to latch into position. The worst part is - every time I hit the on/off button, the light ratchets back up into it's upward-most position, and I end up having to take it off and adjust it again. Very annoying.3Goldilocks' Headlamp These Energizer headlamps don't get nearly enough attention. They are light, super bright, reasonably priced, and don't require special batteries. They have *two buttons*, which makes it much easier to use than the single button lamps you have to learn how to cycle thru endlessly. And they are physical buttons, not unreliable touch sensitive buttons that don't work with normal gloves. My only complaint is that the transparent plastic that encases the main center light sticks out a few millimeters, allowing a small amount of ambient light to travel thru the edge of the plastic and reflect off of the rim of my glasses. This results in a small amount of glare that is counterproductive to overall visibility, but it easily solved with a small band of dark nail polish on the underside of the main light. It is similar to the black band football players put under their eyes to block glare from the sun and it turns this 4.5 star product into a full 5 star product. 4Super Bright and long Lasting BatteriesAt this price point, its a pretty decent head lamp, very bright and battery life is much longer than expected. My neighbor purchased them for their kids while camping. We set it to 'spot' which uses the least power but is plenty of light they can see in the dark. Since I plan to use it less often, I wanted one with removable batteries in common sizes found almost anywhere. If the batteries died, I just replace them and not have to wait for a charge. When I need it, I need it now, so being able to swap out batteries on the fly was important. The variable light levels with flood or spot are great to match how the light is needed.5Perfect light source for hands free evening hikes / night walk Bought this Vision HD+ as an alternative to holding a flashlight during evening hikes and it works great. I took off the headband and clip it to my chest trap of the backpack so that I have two free hands, especially useful during the rocky part of the hike.What I like about this model:1) Night vision model - I can use it while hiking with people who prefers walking with natural (moon) lights, it would not bother them as much2) Pivot angle - ability to focus to the distance in front or towards to far distance3) Memory recall - one click on the dedicated button to go back to the preferred mode instead of cycle through all the modes with 3-4 clicks each time you turn it back on4) Light "Angle" - the ability to have light beam focus straight and narrow or wider to the side (This is done by alternating brightness from the center bulb to the side bulbs and vice versa, not physically altering the angle of the bulbs. The extremes values are 1) Center bulb fully on / Side bulbs fully off, 2) Center bulb fully off / Side bulbs fully on)As mentioned with other reviews, it does have minor light leak at the top and bottom. You can decrease the leak by covering the parts by permanent marker, electrical tape, Sugru, and etc. All in all this is a perfect for hands free evening / night hikes. Highly recommended! 5It's okay...but you get what you pay for.I needed a replacement headlamp and decided to go cheap. As far as the light it gives off, it is comparable to the $30 one I owned previously. The weak link is the up and down adjustment. The ratchet mechanism is so cheaply designed that you have to hold the plastic that is on your forehead with one hand while pulling down on the light with the other, all the while sounding like you've just snapped something off. If you're the type of person that doesn't adjust your light to where you need it, then you will be okay, but personally I do adjust it all the time. I'll look for another and use this as a backup.3
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