SureFire Maximus Rechargeable Variable-Output LED Headlamp

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SureFire Maximus Rechargeable Variable-Output LED Headlamp
Key Features
  • LED Headlamp
  • One-Handed 1,000 Lumen Variable Output
  • Light Assembly Rotates Up / Down 90°
  • Built-In SOS Beacon and Fuel Gauge
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The Maximus Rechargeable Variable-Output LED Headlamp from Surefire is a rechargeable variable-output LED headlamp with enough power to illuminate your entire campsite. Yet, if that's too much, you can dial it down for closer work to 1 lumen, or any level in between. This preserves your vision in the dark, and extends the battery's runtime.
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$269.00
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SureFire Maximus Overview

The Maximus Rechargeable Variable-Output LED Headlamp from Surefire is a rechargeable variable-output LED headlamp with enough power to illuminate your entire campsite. Yet, if that's too much, you can dial it down for closer work to 1 lumen, or any level in between. This preserves your vision in the dark, and extends the battery's runtime.

Delivering an amazing 1,000 total lumens of light, the large knurled dial permits output control with one hand--even if it's gloved or numb from the cold. One hand can also aim the light right where you want it since the light assembly rotates up and down 90 degrees.

The SureFire Maximus utilizes a high-performance LED and a custom reflector to produce a wide and diffused beam, optimized for your natural field of vision, but which also provides impressive reach at its max 1,000 lumen setting. It is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery that can provide years of use, and chargers for both wall-type AC outlets and 12V DC vehicle accessory outlets are included. A fuel gauge on the headlamp gives battery charge status, and a long-running SOS beacon provides an extra margin of safety when needed.

Built from tough, lightweight magnesium, the SureFire Maximus thrives in harsh conditions. It's also comfortable to wear, thanks to its no-chafe fine-weave headband and moisture-wicking Breathe-O-Prene forehead pad. Maximus Rechargeable Headlamp, even during long stretches of continuous use, will not get worn out-nor wear you out.

Virtually indestructible LED, regulated to maximize output and runtime
One-hand varying output adjustment from 1 to 1,000 lumens
Precision reflector produces a wide, smooth beam optimized for your field of vision
Light assembly rotates up and down 90°
Built-in SOS beacon can run for days at a time
Tough, lightweight magnesium body with durable black finish
Waterproof to a depth of 3.3'
Built-in fuel gauge on headlamp indicates battery charge level
Comfortable no-chafe headband with moisture-wicking Breathe-O-Prene forehead pad
Includes long-life lithium-ion rechargeable battery with wall (AC) and car (DC) chargers
UPC: 084871318204

SureFire Maximus Specs

General
Lumen OutputHigh: 1000 Lumens 
Low: 1 Lumen 
Illumination Source1 x White LED
Estimated RuntimeHigh: 1 Hour 
Low: 70 Hours 
Battery Type1 x Built-In Lithium-Ion
Physical
Water ResistanceWater Resistant, IPX4
Weight5.1 oz / 144.6 g (With Batteries)
Packaging Info
Package Weight1.3 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)6 x 5.9 x 3.9"
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Can the Maximus be recharged with a power pack ...

Can the Maximus be recharged with a power pack such as RAVpower?
Asked by: Frank
This unit can be charged via car charger or AC adapter.
Answered by: Reuben
Date published: 2019-08-07

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led light on this headlamp is warm or white LED ?
Asked by: nayan
It is a bright white LED but it is not as bluish-purple as a C4 LED from Streamlight.
Answered by: Maximilian O.
Date published: 2018-08-28

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What type batteries ?
Asked by: Anonymous
This headlamp uses a built in rechargeable battery that is NOT user replaceable. The good news is that Surefire's guarantee covers the battery as well as the light itself. If the battery ever stops taking a charge, their warranty covers replacing it.
Answered by: William S.
Date published: 2019-03-13
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