The Digger headlamp is our smallest size headlamp, as a result, it is perfect for kids and adults alike. But don’t let its modest size fool you, this headlamp is packed with power. The Digger includes four useful settings: a high powered 100 lumen beam, an energy saver 50 lumen beam, a solid red beam for night vision, and a flashing red safety light.
Up to 10 hours run time on High or 19.5 hours on Low of non-diminishing brightness from 3 AAA alkaline batteries (included). High-quality Cree LED bulb delivers consistent, optimum performance for up to 50,000 hours of use .
Designed to be ultraportable and ready to go so it is always available. Water resistant. Adjustable head strap will fit any head.Read more
The Cobber XL Headlamp from Outback Flashlights packs quite a punch at a very reasonable value. With 110 lumens and an adjustable headstrap, this energy efficient unit is durable and versatile for any outdoor activity. Whether walking a pet, snow blowing your driveway or camping, you'll love this item.Read more
A new sensor mode that makes your light even more hands-free by allowing you to turn the light on or off by motioning within 10 inches of the headlamp, a water-resistant exterior, an adjustable head strap for customizable comfort, and a 45 degree adjustable head. Great features for hunters, fisherman, mechanics, and for including in your emergency supply kit.
The Cobber XL-S is our most advanced headlamp yet, and it improves on the design of our original model, the Cobber XL. This light comes with three useful settings: a high powered 120 lumen beam, an energy saver 50 lumen beam, and a flashing white safety light.
It appears to be a decent quality headlamp. Having said that I would not buy it again. The primary purpose of a red light on a flashlight or head lamp is to preserve night vision and to avoid giving away your position. If the default is white light you have limited the usefulness of your product from the start. The lights that I prefer require me to hold the on/off button in order to activate the white light. By doing this the red light is default, night vision is preserved, flashing someone by mistake is avoided, and if the button is pressed by mistake in my bag less battery power will be wasted. With this light I have to cycle from bright white to dim white to red to flashing red.