The Energizer Led Headlamp Flashlights close proximity score falls right in the middle of the pack because it casts an even beam; it’s just not very wide. If close proximity is very important to you. In a competitive field, this product, which almost seems like an afterthought from a huge battery manufacturer, actually has some attributes to offer potential customers.
Light your way out of the dark with the ultra-comfortable, lightweight, and hands-free illumination of the Energizer Vision HD+ LED Headlamp. Its pivoting head, with up to an 80-meter light beam and durable, IPX4 water-resistant construction, makes it the ideal choice for outdoor enthusiasts, whether you’re camping, hiking, or fishing. Its pivotable head design lets you choose from 4 light modes, including night vision, which is great for fishing at night. The stretchable, washable band makes it comfortable to wear, allowing you to adjust to a range of sizes. Give a round of applause for the hands-free light of Energizer Vision HD+ LED Headlight.
Energizer Led Headlamp Flashlights Features:
- Lightweight and comfortable.
- Powerful beam reaches up to 80 meters.
- 350 lumens with state-of-the-art LED technology.
- Switches easily between 4 light modes: spot, flood, spot and flood combined, and red light for night.
- Made with adjustable, washable band.
- Pivoting head to direct light where needed.
- IPX4 water resistant construction.
- Runs up to 4 hours in high mode.
- Includes: 3 Energizer Max AAA batteries.
What’s in the box
- Washable Head band
- 3 AAA Batteries
- Built-in 4 different modes that can be easily adjusted as per requirement.
- Comes with 8 durable LEDs that offers a longer run time of up to 100,000 hours.
- The light can rotated up to 90° that makes it ideal for indoor and outdoor use.
- The light may not be bright enough.
Question: I have the old version of this headlamp and like it a lot. Is the new version better? If so how?
Answer: I have the old version and I just bought the new version for some co-workers for a night hike. I noted that the new version seems to have a brighter led light. My older style works perfectly fine, but I do like the narrow lense used on the new design. We all saw fine on the trail, I think in the end, it’s about personal style.
Question: How do you replace battery. I tried to push/depress the button on bottom but won’t budge. Help?
Answer: Gently pull the back cover down. Lift the red hinge at the top, and the battery compartment cover drops down. Hope this helps you.
Question: Is there a low battery alert? Does it get dimmer and dimmer or just auto-shut-off when it runs out? I don’t want auto-shut-off.
Answer: I can’t say specifically for this model, but on most Energizer headlamps it starts flashing the red light while the lamp is in use if the battery is low.
Question: Has anyone else received one of these with dead batteries?
Answer: No They come with new Energizer batteri.
Question: Could this be used as a collar for a 10lb poodle?
Answer: I’m not sure why you would use this as a collar, but the weight of the light would definitely go under the dog’s neck, preventing any benefit from the light itself. It’s designed to wear on the forehead thus lighting up the path in front of you.
Question: How many batteries does it take?
Answer: The Energizer LED Headlamp runs on 2 AA or 2 AAA Energizer Max batteries.
Question: How many hours do the batteries last with normal use?
Answer: The battery runtime depends on the type of device and the amount of hours used. Normally, it lasts up to 4-5 days.
Question: What’s the scariest thing you’ve ever done?
Answer: Fly in turbo prop plane halfway from New Jersey to Azores and see fire in one of 4 engines, then the pilot came back and checked another engine which was showing signs of fire, as well. We were flying about midway over the Atlantic with the only bailout option was to try to land on the water…imagine being in the middle of the Atlantic and no help anywhere. And I was pregnant.
The pilots lowered altitude, extinguished fire in the two engines and thankfully got us to the Azores. My stomach did flip flops watching the water just below the plane, while we are worried about taking a November dip and I can’t swim! We were going on to Naples but the base did not have parts for the plane so we “vacationed” for a week until a replacement came from the States. Late 1950’s.
Question: Country of origin?
Answer: This is made in China. Not US.