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Skilhunt H300 High-CRI Headlamp

Original price $ 69.99 - Original price $ 81.90
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Skilhunt H300 High-CRI USB Rechargeable Headlamp

** Specs in pictures have not been updated. Below are the headlamps specs provided by Skilhunt. **

LED: CREE XHP50.2 90CRI 5000K

Max output: ANSI 1750 Lumens / 2000 LED Lumens

Max beam distance: 133 meters (H300R) / 126 meters (H300)

Max peak beam intensity: 4400cd (H300R) / 4000cd (H300)

Waterproof: IPX-8

Impact resistant: 1 Meter

Battery: 1×18650 , 2x CR123A

Rated Range: 2.7V ~ 8.4V

What are the dimensions of the Skilhunt H300 High-CRI Magnetic Rechargeable LED Headlamp?

 

Length: 104.7mm / 4.12 inch

Head diameter: 25.2mm / 0.99 inch

Body diameter: 21.6mm/0.85 inch

Weight: 54g / 1.90 oz (without battery)

What is included with the purchase of the Skilhunt H300 High-CRI USB Rechargeable Headlamp?

Accessories: Headband, clip, lanyard, magnet replace rubber pad, Operator’s manual, Spare O-ring

 

How do you operate the Skilhunt H300 High-CRI USB Rechargeable Flashlight?

 
Battery installation & Replace magnet Insert the battery positive pole toward the light head, otherwise, it will not work. Ensure when the light turns on, the beam is directed away from the eyes.  When carrying the light with Bankcards(magnetic) or cell phone, should remove the magnet and add then rubber pad.

 

Turn-ON/OFF & Mode transfer When the H300 high-cri is OFF status:

Click the switch to Common used (H-M1-M2) mode.

Quickly double-click the switch to Turbo(T1/T2) mode.

Quickly triple click switch to Strobe(S1/S2/S3) mode.

Hold press switch 0.5 seconds to Low(L1/L2) mode.

 

When the

Skilhunt H300 high-cri headlamp was ON(any mode) status:

Click switch to turn off.

 

When the

Skilhunt H300 high-cri headlamp is on ( T1/T2, H/M1/M2, L1/L2 )

Press and hold the switch to automatically cycle, the level is selected when the side switch has been released, turn off memorized.

When the Skilhunt H300 high-cri headlamp was on (H/M1/M2, L1/L2 )

Quickly double clicks switch tranfer Common used mode(H/M1/M2) to Trubo(T1/T2), repeat quickly

double clicks switch back to Common used mode(H/M1/M2)

Quickly triple clicks switch transfer Strobe mode, repeat quickly triple clicks switch back to previous mode.

When the

Skilhunt H300 high-cri headlamp is ON (S1/S2/S3)

Quickly double clicks switch tranfer S1-S2-S3, turn off memorized.

Location indicator & Lock-out function

when turn off the flashlight, quickly click switch 4 times, location indicator switch on and lock-out function

activation at same time,the indicator light flash every second. Double clicks can switch the indicator on/off,

Quickly click switch 4 times, switch button unlock and enter into Low(L1) mode.

Power indicator & Low voltage indication

Every time turn on , the side indicator will be light 5 seconds to display the battery power.

4 blinks: 100%~80% ,

3 blinks: 80%~50% ,

2 blinks: 50%~20% ,

1 blinks: 20%~0.

When the battery voltage drop down lower than 3.0V,indicator flash twice every 2 sec.

the light fast flash every 30 seconds at same time.

When the battery voltage drop down lower than 2.7V,the light will cut off.

 

How do you charge the Skilhunt H300 High-CRI USB Rechargeable Headlamp?

In charging, the red indicator constant light on, when the battery is almost at full charge, the indicator will change to constant blue light.

 

What are some of the features of the Skilhunt H300 High-CRI USB Rechargeable Headlamp?

  • Super bright & latest CREE XHP50.2 LED, Max 2500 LED lumens. High-Performance, High-Efficiency, and energy conservation.

  • New U.D.O.C Reflector. Increased reflectivity over 10%., Efficiency reflection, perfect beam shot, excellent structure, and temperature resistance.

  • Rugged indestructible aluminum body with anti-scratching type III hard anodization

  • Multi-level dissipating heat design and copper starboard, excellent heat dissipation. Flashlight head integrated construction, high thermal conductivity.

  • Side switch button to transferring mode, user-friendly interface to adjust output.

  • Intelligent dynamic detection of voltage to balance and adjust brightness, safe and efficient use.

  • A wide input range provides more choices of batteries. High-efficiency driver circuit, no visible flash in any mode.

  • The automatic memory function makes it quick to remember last used setting and can be preset to specific output mode for instant access.

  • Intelligent temperature control technology for flashlight stable and safe use.

  • Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation.

  • Lock-out function. Avoids light turn on by unexpected.

  • Location indicator help easy to find the light in dark.

  • Magnetic tail, can be used on many special occasions, use as candlelight, etc.


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Allen W.
Absolutely Fantastic Headlamp

This is a great light. The headband is very comfortable. The mount allows for easy removal, which is way better than most headlamp mounts. The beam pattern is pretty great for a headlamp, though some may prefer a slightly floodier beam. The Nichia emitter renders colors beautifully. This is easily the best headlamp I've ever used and I would highly recommend it to anyone looking for a quality headlamp.

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J.J.J.S.
Heavy, and the magnetic proprietary charger is a bummer.

This was my EDC bag carry and I'd sometimes switch to pocket carry swapping out for it's younger sibling, the H150. I'm a fan of headlamp 90 degree configuration. While I've only used it as an actual headlamp once, it's a fine light that fits well, even on my big head. I will say that the straps were a beast to figure out at first and there were no assembly instructions (hint look at illustrations of them completed online). I really like how it illuminates, it's bright and fills well. I find the flood pattern to be a good balance between normally overly-floody headlamps and tighter hand lights. The menu system took some getting used to but I've got it down now and it makes sense (plus it shares the same menu with the h150 - a plus if you use both). I like that it's got the low setting with push-button when it's in the locked state. I keep it that way and use it to illuminate my way around at night without waking folks.
Ultimately, though, I'm kicking it to the curb for two reasons. First, with the battery in the light, this thing is pretty heavy. That doesn't particularly matter cause I'm gonna carry 18650s no matter what, but even without the battery this thing feels heavy in my hand. Not the worst for a bag EDC but for pocket it just doesn't work. And I carry a lot of stuff in my bag, so for me, every ounce actually makes a big difference. To be fair, I'm not sure there are lighter headlamps that double as hand lamps - but I'm on the hunt. Second, and far more important, this thing has a proprietary magnetic charger. While the company will tell you this is a selling point, as it allows for the light to remain sealed but still have an external charger, I can say it's ultimately not a good feature. First, the charger is not commonly available. Killzone offers them inexpensively, but that doesn't make it convenient. Second, and more importantly, while most of my EDC is titanium, there are still some things that aren't, and anything that is steel will be attracted to the charger port of this thing. Total pain in the backside to pull out your light only for your keyring to come tumbling out (or vice versa). I told myself a while back I'd never carry another magnetic device in my EDC. I made an exception for this light, but it just doesn't work at the pocket level. I will happily keep this as a backup headlamp in my vehicle, but for day to day carry, it needs to be non-magnetic, and ideally a little bit lighter.