Energizer - Headlamps
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Fri Dec 09 00:00:00 MST 2011sncnicole Rating:5.0
I am a mail carrier and sometimes we have to work in the dark. This headlamp is so bright that I can see 3 houses down. I will be ordering more for my co-workers.
Sun May 04 00:00:00 MDT 2014shell0206 Rating:5.0
this headlamp is of good quality and is lightweight and easy to pack
Tue Aug 06 00:00:00 MDT 2013funshis Rating:5.0
So, I took this night fishing with me and everyone else had to hold their flashlights. I surely looked like a dork, but I didn't have to hold my flashlight all night..........very happy
Wed Nov 21 00:00:00 MST 2012saatone Rating:5.0
Took this to Africa and it worked great. Light was very bright and comfortable to wear. Would def recommend for hands free lighting.
Sun Feb 27 00:00:00 MST 2011antonia68 Rating:5.0
This headlamp is absolutely wonderful. I now can walk my dog before I go to work. Great light - we can see a long way.
Fri Mar 01 00:00:00 MST 2013grandmamerry Rating:4.0
We found we love this little light...it's easy to transport and easy to use for a headlamp plus a reading light or just a flashlight...we are happy with our purchase.
Tue Dec 14 00:00:00 MST 2010itsallthat Rating:5.0
I ordered this for my husband, who is a fuel transport driver and works at night. He needed a light that was bright, but did not require him to hold it in his hands. He loves it, says it is very comfortable to wear and allows his hands to be free for handling the fuel hoses. He is going to tell the other fuel truck drivers about this light.
Sat Jan 25 00:00:00 MST 2014cag127 Rating:5.0
Walking two leashed dogs at night did not leave very many options for carrying a flashlight. This headlamp provided the perfect solution. Bright light focused on just the right spot. I've found lots of uses in addition to walking the dogs - especially when fixing something that requires two hands.
Wed Feb 15 00:00:00 MST 2012seasprite23 Rating:5.0
These headlamps were the perfect solution to walking our two Great Danes at night. We recently moved from the city to the country. There is minimal street lighting on our property. We are so thrilled with the amount of light that they give-off, and with two VERY active puppies, not having to carry a flashlight is a huge bonus!
Fri Aug 26 00:00:00 MDT 2011emetevier Rating:4.0
I bought this for a camping trip in Colorado and got to use it on several occasions. Overall I was pleased with the product but I thought it could use some improvements. Putting in the batteries was easy enough but taking them out was a little more difficult, the battery case was stuck in the assembly and took a little wiggling to get it out. When I put it on my head I nearly maxed out the band to make room for my big fat head. That being said, it should fit most people comfortable. There were no pressure points on the band that left an impression on my head. I wore it like it wasn't even there. The three adjustment settings are great but they don't click perfectly in place as you adjust it. Not a real big deal. I could use the lowest setting around camp and it would illuminate everything fine. When I hit the trail and wanted to see farther than 10ft, I would use either the second or third setting. The max setting was more than enough for what should be expected out of a headlamp. My only gripe with the light was the center of the beam of extremely bright from the rest and it could be distracting at times. I got used to it. Overall a good lamp for the price.
Thu Mar 21 00:00:00 MDT 2013annie0512 Rating:5.0
I needed a head lamp for a recent camping expedition in conjunction with climbing Mt Kilimanjaro. This lamp was the perfect item! I used it in the tent at night (and on late night/early morning 'long drop' visits). Additionally, I had it on for 6 hours from midnight to dawn climbing for the summit. No issues whatsoever! It's lightweight with great adjust-ability for the beam angle. I'd recommend to anyone who needs something like this for camping or climbing. I'm looking forward to using it for early morning runs this spring.
Tue Jul 30 00:00:00 MDT 2013clarity143 Rating:5.0
Great for Disaster preparedness bag, and gifts for those you love
Wed May 14 00:00:00 MDT 2014lasaun Rating:5.0
Good quality lamp for the money. Great for camping, working under the hood or under the sink, or even for "picking". In fact, Mike and Frank could each use one.
Tue Sep 20 00:00:00 MDT 2011haid2007 Rating:1.0
you have to shiped with the same picture you load up on your webside please don't cheating your custommer thank you
Fri Feb 24 00:00:00 MST 2012ottogrease Rating:5.0
Just what I need at a great price and fast delivery. My only concern would be , how long will the elastic straps stay elastic. The light beam is strong and consistant and it,s very comfortable to wear. It also appears to be very waterproff.
Tue May 17 00:00:00 MDT 2011atara Rating:5.0
These are great little lights. Love the handsfree and the brightness was perfect during our camping trip, even when it started to snow. One of our campmates made a face when I brought them out, but was quickly won over. They hung on the tent pole for people to grab when they needed to take that middle of the night walk and were also wonderful for reading while in our cots at night. I should have ordered one for each person in our party. My grandson also loves it when he stays overnite. He asks that all the lights be turned off so he could run around the house like a 'choo choo train'. We were pleasantly surprised how long they last on those 3 AAA batteries.
Sun Jul 29 00:00:00 MDT 2012jastricker Rating:5.0
This product is going to help me complete many projects around the house where lighting is an issue. I will no longer have to mess around with a flashlight to get things done
Mon Oct 01 00:00:00 MDT 2012spayandneuter Rating:5.0
You may not look like a movie star with this on your head but is it great and handy to have. Particularly if you are in an area that may have black outs. Although it's small it really is powerful. You can walk down the stairs into an dar basement and the light is amazing. Love this flashlight - even though we do get some chuckles when we wear it.
Tue Nov 22 00:00:00 MST 2011shipyardpeg Rating:4.0
Too early for a review. Giving this as a Christmas gift.
Thu Jun 03 00:00:00 MDT 2010slkuehnl Rating:1.0
I ordered two of these to use during power-outages. I've opened one and am unlikely to open the other. The length of the headband is too short to fit an adult head and the edge of the elastic strap is badly frayed. Other than that, it doesn't seem to work.
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