The gray HP15 LED Head Light from Fenix puts up to 500 lumens of illumination at your disposal, while leaving both hands free to work, perform tasks, or just light your way. With five output levels starting at 4 lumens, you can tailor the amount of light to any situation. A ratcheting tilt mechanism lets you precisely place the beam for maximum effectiveness, while a removable, flip-up diffuser allows you to quickly change the beam from a wide flood to a tight spot light. An easy-to-activate SOS emergency beacon sends a distress signal if you don't know Morse-code, or are incapacitated.
The aluminum chassis acts as a heat sink to help prevent over-heating, and gray resin exterior covers the aluminum. For more even weight distribution, the separate battery case clips onto the back of the adjustable head band. Using the included 40" extension cable, you can put the case in your pack or pocket, eliminating the weight from your head. Having this option also helps in cold weather, where lower temperatures can reduce battery life. If the temperature drops, simply put the pack inside your jacket to optimize the battery charge. To add to its usability, the light runs on four 'AA' batteries and works with alkaline or rechargeable Ni-MH chemistries, while reverse polarity protection prohibits the batteries from being put in incorrectly.
Eco: 4 lumen
Low: 45 lumen
Med: 125 lumen
High: 275 lumen
Turbo: 500 lumen
Cree XM-L2 white LED
Peak beam intensity: 7420 cd
Maximum beam distance: 564'
SOS signal automatically repeats Morse-code sequence
Digitally regulated output maintains intensity level throughout life of battery charge
Bright center cone of light with wide peripheral ring
Location: Top of housing
Press to turn on. Press again to change output level
Press and hold button for 3 seconds to activate SOS mode
Press and hold for ½ second to turn off
Lock out function prevents accidental activation
Aluminum chassis with gray resin exterior
IPX6 rated water resistant against rain and splashes
60° ratcheting tilt mechanism for precise beam placement