Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Best and Brightest Headlamp Flashlight Review

One thing we use a lot at our house are headlamps. We all took them cave exploring last summer on vacation, we used them when our power went out with a wind storm, Mica uses his to read, and we've used them when we've gone hiking.

Recently I got the Leibnitz Best and Brightest Headlamp Flashlight to review. 

Headlamp Uses:
  • Reading
  • Biking
  • Jogging
  • Camping
  • Cave Exploring
  • Hiking
  • When the Power Goes Out
  • Emergency Purposes 
  • Home Improvement
  • Walking the Dog
  • Waiting for Public Transportation
  • Hunting
  • BBQ
This headlamp has a lifetime warranty! If anything breaks you just contact the company to replace it.


It came in a tiny box. I was thinking that it wouldn't hold up. Boy was I wrong. It just gets condensed down in that box.

Really the thing that takes up the most space is the light unit. The strap doesn't take up a lot of room.


I found the strap to be more comfortable than other headlamps we've owned. It's easy to adjust to.


Other headlamps we've owned came with batteries. I did have to use 3 AAA batteries. That was kind of the downfall with this headlamp.

The batteries were easy to put in. I had another one that I could not get the door to put batteries in off, and was afraid I'd break it. Not this headlamp.

This has a super long battery life! The batteries should last up to 120 hrs with the CREE LED technology. I haven't left them on that long to know if it will last that long.

  • Ultra Bright Cree White LED 
  • Low Beam
  • Red Beam 
  • Red Flashing lights
Modes can be switched just by hitting 1 single button. The lightweight lamp swivels down 45 degrees. I just love that you can use a headlamp hands free. If I'm doing something in the dark I need my hands to be free to do whatever I need to do.

Ultra Bright Cree White LED

Low Beam

Red Beam

  • $43.95, but on sale for $15.25
  • 100% satisfaction, or you get your money back guarantee
It's reliable, durable, weather resistant and impact resistant!

Kids love headlamps, so this would make an excellent gift!

Disclaimer: I received this headlamp for free for the purpose of this review. The opinions are 100% mine.


Ai Sakura said...

Ooo those are fun to pretend that you're going mine-exploring too haha

Ai @ Sakura Haruka

~ Noelle said...

I bet broxton would like this to go explore in the back yard at night :)

Theresa Mahoney said...

How fun would this be to set up some pillow fort caves to crawl through and use this!

Indah Nuria Savitri said...

Bo et Obi would love it! They have enjoyed some NatGeo movies about mines..


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