LED Lenser H7 Headlight:
Led Lenser lights use state-of-the-art engineering and a variety of patent pending reflector systems, to create the brightest, most energy-efficient LED lights available. They provide up to 100,000 hours of light from the 3W CREE LED light chip.
The H7 Headlight has fully adjustable straps and a rear-facing battery pack that won't feel heavy or get in the way.
The lamp has variable focus, from spotlight to floodlight, and can be swivelled through 90º to illuminate your entire surrounding area. The integrated dimmer switch allows you to control the intensity of the beam.
With an amazing effective range of up to 528 feet, and 75 hours of burn time, it will serve you very well on your expedition. Comes with a nylon pouch, lanyard and 3x AAA alkaline batteries included.
|Burn Time (m)||31680|
|Bulb Type||3W CREE LED|
Powerful but a bit fragile, 29 December 2011
By Rich (Sheffield)
Absolutely brilliant headtorch in terms of power, the ability to adjust focus from wide to beam is great. I have a Niteflux Vision Stick LED torch/mountain bike light, and thought that was bright until I bought this.
Beware i'd recommend using lithium cells in the headtorch as it only takes AAA's and if you have it on full power it eats them. Also as it is unregulated the beam power also drops in relation to battery power. I'd recommend conveting to Lipo power as I have done you can buy small sized battery packs for the mini helicopters off Ebay for next to nothing, and is a much cheaper alternative (if you've got a lipo charger of course).
My only gripe and hence the loss of one star is the fragility of the wiring, the wires are really thin gauge and break easily inside the actual wire casing near where they enter the battery pack. Mine has done this and i've managed to bodge it for now but the wires will need replacing for some better quality cable.
Overall really good quality headtorch other than the wiring extremely powerful, and can't really complain about battery life as there has to be a trade off somewhere (higher power = faster battery drain).
Great bit of kit, 14 October 2011
By Ed (North East)
Cannot fault the light, much brighter and reaches further than others available for the same price. Batteries are only covered by a rubber cover which could be a problem but only time will tell. Overall, excellent value for money.