The Acebeam headlamp is a well made headlamp that offers a floody, neutral, high CRI beam. The sunlike LEDs illuminate a wide area evenly and provide excellent color rendition. I have a couple of quibbles. The sunlike LED option only has two settings, very bright and not bright enough. I would have preferred either a third, middle setting of about 20 luments or a higher low setting. I find the low setting useless even to read something held 6 inches from my face.
The other quibble is the button pushing gymnastics required to change between the two light sources: from "Off" you have to quick click then hold. It works but not always on the first or second try.
I use the headlamp when walking the dog, doing odd handyman errands around the house, etc. It's brilliant for these tasks when using the sunlike LED. I also have the Armytek C2 Wizard slightly more diffuse edges as the spill drops off. The Zebralight also has a nice flood but is weaker in intensity, even if peak lumens can be set to be similar. I like the Zebralight UI the best, plus it's light weight and the perfect around the house light (reading at night, ease of finding a setting). The Armytek has a simple UI, it's a bit large for an 18650 headlamp. Still very good. If I were to get a second high CRI headlight, I would still consider the H60; probably perfect to leave in the car in the event you run into issues and need a strong flood as you work around it.
I'm hoping Acebeam and others continue to develop models using the sunlike LEDs.
Acebeam's use of Seoul Semiconductor's SunLike LED for the H60 further validates the quality Acebeam brings to flashlights. The flood produced is splendid and its CRI is a treat. Am eager to see more of this LED for other headlamps by Acebeam (and its competitors). While the H60's CCT of 5000K is acceptable, it would it neat to see a version offering something in the range of 3500K-4000K-4500K. Please note, the H60 had its modes changed by Acebeam for its 2021 model. Unfortunately, the change was a considerable step down from the solid, 2020 model. One quibble to add and a mention that hopefully can be heard by Acebeam, there is room to improve the knurling on the endcaps. (That's more of a personal preference, and not to be taken as a major mark against the headlamp's design construction.) Those matters aside, this headlamp gives good light and deserves consideration when looking for a high CRI light.