The One80 LED Headlamp lights up a 180-degree perimeter, simulating the feeling of getting natural daylight, regardless of whether you are getting on a trail back to base camp, checking out a cave, or examining on your car’s system by the side of the street. This way, it is possible to see the whole thing in front and never have to move your head around to secure light onto peripheral spots.
The One80 LED Headlamp includes a head strap with 20 LEDs stretch across its span, letting it light up the full 180-degree periphery. It features two brightness options: high, 360 lumens, and low, 160 lumens. An 1800mAh battery operates all that brightness, which will always keep the LEDs operating for about 3 hours on high and around seven hours on low. The strap, however, is fully adaptable, so it should suit most folks even when they’re using beanies and baseball hats, all while weighing only 3.3 oz for extraordinary ease.
Equally the LEDs and the battery are detachable, incidentally, so you can toss the strap in the washer together with the rest of your clothes for cleanup. You may also utilize the light elsewhere other than your head, to help you hang it on a hook to light up the camping tent or set it down someplace when making food at base camp. That modular style also allows you to switch batteries, to help you pop in a new one the moment the default power unit gets depleted.
The One80 LED Headlamp is quite bright when utilized in the high set up, so it is smart to begin at low each time you turn it on, lest irritate anyone ahead of you with an abrupt blinding illumination. Anyhow, those 20 LEDs aligned in a strip can provide a more serious brightness as compared to other headlamps, which usually use only 5 LEDs or less, therefore it should be wise to not gleam it instantly in people’s eyes.