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Acebeam H17

Original price $ 59.90 - Original price $ 59.90
Original price
$ 59.90
$ 59.90 - $ 59.90
Current price $ 59.90
LED: 3*SAMSUNG LH351D CRI≥90 6000K

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by Acebeam

Acebeam H17

Lightweight, small size, powerful brightness. You need to have a look at Acebeam H17. With a compact, waterproof aluminum body, the easy-to-operate H17 headlamp is power-packed throwing an incredible 2000-lumen maximum beam that reaches up to 134 meters with 3 x SAMSUNG LEDs. Another LED version is 3 x Nichia 219C, which is high CRI (CRI≥90) to resemble the nature of sunlight and reveals subtle detail of an object. Powered by one 1100mAh 18350 rechargeable Li-ion battery, which can be recharged through a built-in Micro-USB port, so no external charger is needed to charge the battery. Its surprisingly long run time up to 200 hours at lower settings and fantastic value for camping, hiking, or running.

1*18350 1100mAH Battery Included

Features:

Lightweight, small size, high-performance L-Shaped headlamp

LED Color Options:
3 x SAMSUNG LH351D LEDs, maximum output of 2,000lumens
3 x NICHIA 219C LEDs CRI≥90 high color rendering

LED option 1: 3 x SAMSUNG LH351D LEDs CRI≥90 high color rendering
Ultra-Low: 2 lumens; 200 hours
Low: 25 lumens; 79cd; 18meters; 17 hours
Mid1: 120 lumens; 261cd; 32meters; 4 hour 15 minutes
Mid2: 280 lumens; 649cd; 51meters; 1 hour 30 minutes
High: 700 lumens; 1606cd; 80meters; 1 hour 15 minutes
Turbo: 2000 lumens; 4507cd; 134 meters; 1 hour
Strobe: 700 lumens; 1hour

Max output 2000 lumens
Max runtime: 200 hours
Max beam distance: 134 meters
Peak beam intensity: 4507cd

LED option2: 3 x NICHIA 219C LEDs CRI≥90 high color rendering
Ultra-Low: 1 lumen; 200hours
Low: 20 lumens; 100cd; 20meters; 17 hours
Mid1: 90 lumens; 387cd; 39meters;4 hour 15 minutes
Mid2: 230 lumens; 974cd; 62meters;1 hour 30 minutes
High: 580 lumens; 2497cd; 100meters;1 hour 15 minutes
Turbo: 1500 lumens; 6252cd; 158meters; 1 hour
Strobe: 580 lumens; 1hour

Max output 1500 lumens
Max runtime: 200 hours
Max beam distance: 158 meters
Peak beam intensity: 6252cd

Lightweight, small size, high-performance L-Shapedheadlamp
Can be used as a mini flashlight
Powered by customized 18350 battery with 1100 mAh capacity, which ensures the long runtime for this size light
The included 18350 battery can be recharged through a built-in Micro-USB port
Magnetic tail cap design allows for quick attachment to any metal surfaces
Gold plated clip for transforming H17 to a handy L-Shape flashlight
TIR(Total Internal Reflection)optic facilitates efficient light transmission with a broad beam and a generous throw
Sweat-channeling, reflective headband
Strobe setting that can disorient an attacker or serve as a distress signal
Highly integrated single switch for all easy operation
Reverse polarity protection to guard against improper battery insertion
Intelligent highly efficient circuit board design for max performance and long runtime
Intelligent temperature controlled light output for user safety
All circuitry contact points are gold-plated, providing better conductivity and superior durability
Lockout mode prevents accidental activation
Aircraft-grade aluminum body structure.
Military-grade type III hard-anodized finish
Size: 97mm (Length) x2 4.3mm (Head Diameter) x 24mm (Tube Diameter)
Weight: 43.8g (1.54oz.) w/obattery; 70.2g (2.48oz.) w/battery
Impact resistance to 1 meter
IP68 waterproof (2 meters submersible).

Customer Reviews

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Zachary C.
Cool Flashlight

Pros:
- Great quality light, good coverage
- Cool temperature light, not blinding on lower settings in a mirror
- Power is pretty great for working on equipment (washing machine, home projects, etc)

Cons:
- The belt clip is impossible to get off once on, and removing it actually scratched the finish (down to the aluminum)
- The button behavior is a bit off. Something like hold it down to make the brightness change, click it to turn off on. Just seemed like the feel for adjustment could be revisited.