JETBeam HR25 Headlamp
JETBeam HR25 Headlamp
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Product Description
Made of aircraft-grade aluminum alloy, the super-tough JETBeam HR25 headlamp is as useful for search-and-rescue missions as it is for building fires and preparing food. It’s equipped with a CREE XM-L2 T6 LED, which is capable of outputting up to 800 lumens on its highest setting and producing a beam of up to 495 feet Read More
800 Lumens & 495-Foot Beam

Made of aircraft-grade aluminum alloy, the super-tough JETBeam HR25 headlamp is as useful for search-and-rescue missions as it is for building fires and preparing food. It’s equipped with a CREE XM-L2 T6 LED, which is capable of outputting up to 800 lumens on its highest setting and producing a beam of up to 495 feet. A digital constant-current integrated circuit provides intelligent temperature control to ensure up to 15 hours of runtime on the lowest setting.

Note: This drop is limited to 40 lights.

3 Modes, 2 Switches, 1 Battery

The HR25’s three modes, plus a strobe function, can be accessed via a push-button switch on top of the headlamp, while an additional LED lamp under the power switch allows users to quickly check the battery level. The light operates on one 18650 battery, but it also features a USB hookup to facilitate easy charging. An IPX-6 waterproof rating protects the headlamp from powerful water jets, and it’s impact-resistant up to 1 meter.

Specs
  • Max lumens: 800
  • Max range: 459 ft (140 m)
  • Peak beam intensity: 4,900 cd
  • Light source: CREE XM-L2 T6
  • Battery: One 18650
  • Modes: High: 800 lumens / 4 hrs; medium: 260 lumens / 6 hrs; low 70 lumens / 15 hrs
  • IPX rating: 6
  • Length: 3.23 in (8.2 cm)
  • Bezel diameter: 1.04 in (2.65 cm)
  • Weight (excluding battery): 2.93 oz (83 g)
Included
  • One 18650 2400 mAh battery
Shipping

All orders will be shipped by the vendor.

Estimated ship date is May 13, 2017 PT.

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Recent Activity
I received mine. I think headlamps from flashlight manufacturers are a not fully mature product category. First off, it's a really well made light. The aluminum is really solid, and the way it's been manufactured and the way it functions seems very solid and very high quality. But it really feels like a reconfigured handheld flashlight. The beam is a fairly intense spot with decent, usable falloff spill. But it feels too focused and not diffused enough for close range work where you are looking at a bunch of small objects spread across your field of view, like cleaning up camp at night. Also, the brightness levels don't include a mode that's dim enough for inside a tent when others are sleeping. Or for when one takes a bathroom break at night and needs just enough light to get around without disturbing others in respective their tents. It has the standard three level brightness settings that one might find in a handheld flashlight. But no moonlight mode. I feel the lowest setting is just too bright for those things that require some sensitivity. It's also fairly heavy. Very solid, granted, but heavy. I wouldn't necessarily want this on my head for a sustained period of time. Especially if I were trying to do some other intense activity, like climbing. It feels better suited to repairing your truck at night, or other short activities, than to wearing on your head all night for sustained use. In this way, I feel like this type of headlamp is just a reconfigured handheld flashlight, and not a purpose built headlamp. I feel the traditional headlamp manufacturers, like Petzl, Princeton Tec, Black Diamond, etc., have a leg up on headlamp design. They have really thought out the use case for headlamps (primarily for hiking, climbing, and camping, but useful for other practical tasks), and have built their headlamps accordingly (i.e., lightweight but durable plastic, diffuser screen or filter for wide and even light dispersion at close range, low level candlelight mode, low level red LED for night use in many cases, etc.). Their headlamps feel like they have the right mix of features for a headlamp. That said, this is a well built product, and a good light. I like mine. It just seems that this product was designed folks who know handheld flashlights, but don't necessarily use or know headlamps that much. If you are looking for the most practical, usable, well thought out headlamp, I would look to Petzl, Princeton Tec, etc. But if you are a flashlight aficionado who likes a solid aluminum body, tightly focused beam, and solid industrial design, this headlamp will float your boat.
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