Fenix HP25R Rechargeable Headlamp
Fenix HP25R rechargeable head lamp defines extreme versatility. It’s not only rechargeable with the included 18650 battery and micro USB charging cable, but also highly flexible with both a neutral white floodlight and far-reaching spotlight beam. However complex the environment, HP25R responds with truly impressive performance in deer stalking ,fishing, hiking, camping, searching, cave exploration and general outdoor activities.
The spotlight beam features a Cree XM-L2 US LED, 4 brightness settings and delivers up to an impressive 1000 lumens output, reaching out more than 185 metres. The board 90 degree floodlight beam features a Cree XP-G2 R5 LED and offers 4 brightness settings up to 350 lumens, perfect for close up tasks. Individual switches control each beam (beams cannot be combined). A red LED built into the lamp unit offers added versatility when you need to protect your night vision.
Waterproof to IPX-6, HP25R headlamp is prepared for the challenge of all weather use. The aluminium body enables longer operation at high power levels, whilst the built-in mode memory circuit remembers your last used lighting level for each lamp unit. A battery level indicator is also built-in.
Fenix HP25R Performance:
- Spotlight – 1000 lumens (1.5hr), 350 lumens (4.5hrs), 130 lumens (12hrs), 30 lumens (42hrs)
- Floodlight – 350 lumens (2.5hrs), 130 lumens (9hrs), 30 lumens (40hrs), 4 lumens (150hrs)
- Red light – 0.2 lumens (96hrs), flashing 0.2 lumens (192hrs)
All figures quoted using the included Fenix 2600 may 18650 battery. Overheat protection cuts in at 65 degrees centigrade, reducing output until HP25R cools down. We recommend limiting run time at 1000 lumens to 5 minute bursts.
One of our all time best headlamps for fishing/angling and outdoor use. Blistering power, fantastic versatility and long run times.
For full product details, please refer to the user manual below:
An overview of our best selling Fenix HP25R weatherproof rechargeable headlamp. Also worth mentioning are the 60 degree tilt adjustment on the head and the reflective panels at the rear of the battery box.
Posted by Myfenix on Friday, 28 October 2016