Monday, February 23, 2015

Multi-Function LED Headlamp For Handsfree Lighting Review

I love Headlamps. If the lights go out I'm prepared. If Dad goes to work on something in the garage, and doesn't have proper lighting to get the job done he's prepared. 

You could even keep a headlamp in your car for emergency purposes. On road trips I'll do just that. 


This is a Multi-Function LED Headlamp for hands-free, bright lighting

Cost: $29.97, on sale for $17.99.

Why struggle to hold a flashlight while you need both hands to perform the task at hand? How much easier would tasks, walks or jogs at night be with two free hands?


I have a small head, and I love that I can control the size of the straps.

Multi-Function Headlamp Perfect For Practical Things And Provides Safety & Security
  • Camping, running, hiking, caving, fishing, biking and other outdoor sports. We'll for sure use it for camping this summer.
  • Night reading, late night bed checks, task lighting inside a vehicle. Mica already uses his head lamp for night time reading. Now I can to.
  • Search-and-rescue scenarios and night time medical emergency. Perfect for people that go biking!
  • Plumbing, electrical, construction, other household work and professional use.
  • Automotive roadside safety, auto repair and more. This is great to take on road trips.
  • Power-outage convenience and home security.
 


   
Your Up-Close Detail Work And Long-Distance Viewing Is Now A Breeze
  • 4 Light Modes: 2 LED - 4 LED - 8 LED - 2 Red LED - OFF.
  • 2 LED (Power Save) - 10 Lumens that shine up to 65 feet (20 meter).
  • 4 LED (Bright) - 20 Lumens that shine up to 98 feet (30 meter).
  • 8 LED (Ultra Bright) - 30 Lumens that shine up to 164 feet (50 meter).
  • STEADY Red LED (No annoying flashing red light as with other headlamps). This is my favorite mode.
  • Red LED light ideal for reading, preserving night vision, and for not disturbing others.



The boys got headlamps for Christmas. It was a hot item. They've worn them so much! Mica asked if he could trade head lamps with me. I said, "Absolutely not!" His doesn't have the many modes mine does. I can just see it now - he and Isaak would fight over who gets my headlamp. It's mine. Only Dad can share.


The company didn't mention that it's just plain fun! Boys love indoor camping. I love playing along with them.





Your Life Made More Comfortable With The Ultimate Lightweight & Compact Headlamp
  • Easy-to-use single button control. It is easy. I even let Mica try my light on. He had no problem adjusting the button to change modes.
  • Easily adjustable elastic headband helps secure the light to any head size and avoid “brainsqueeze.” This is easy to. I still need to tighten it a little more.
  • Weighs 2.95oz, so no “bobbing” around. I forget it's on sometimes.
  • Small, portable, easy to carry anywhere, and fits around head, hat, helmet, bike or belt.
  • Long LED lifetime up to 20,000 hours; no need to change the LEDs.
  • Save time and money on batteries since LED lights last much longer then regular light bulbs.
So easy to control - even a kid can control it. It's still mine. :)



Instantly Improve Your Visibility With Our Powerful LED Headlamp
  • Sturdy headlamp body tilts up to 90-degrees, allowing you to focus light as needed..
  • Once the beam is in your preferred position, you can be sure that it will stay there.
  • Shock-resistant, toughened ultra-strong glass lens with AR coating.
  • Powered by 3x AAA Batteries. I love that it comes with the batteries!
  • Up to 16 hours of battery life (using Power Save mode).
  • It also come with with a PDF book on 7 ways to use your Multi-Function LED Headlamp.  
  
This hands-free flashlight is ideal for your toolbox, emergency kit in home or car.  

Do you have a head lamp?

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5 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

My boys have Lightning McQueen ones, but not nice ones like you got :)

(Terry) My Journey With Candida said...

Do you know how many times my Hubs has ask me to hold a light for him? This headlamp would get me off the hook.

mail4rosey said...

That would be great for finding my way around when the lights went out!! I bet this was a fun photo shoot...boys love toys like this, lol. ;)

Theresa Mahoney said...

Jason uses his all the time! It's great for getting in our little attic where there is no light!

~ Noelle said...

Ha ha ha... Yall remind me of minions :)
Marc has a couple of these and he uses them ALL THE TIME

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