Fenix HM65R 1400 lumen dual beam LED Headlamp, high capacity battery with EdisonBright battery carry case bundle

January 8, 2020 - Comment
Add to Cart $95.45Amazon.com Price
(as of April 6, 2020 22:28 GMT+0200 - Details)

Triple proofing technology
Breathable and reflective headband design
Ergonomically designed headlamp holder
Hollow headband structure
Battery level indication

Included Accessories:
Headband and top headband
Fenix ARB-L18-3500 rechargeable 18650 battery
USB Type-C charging cable
Headband mount
Spare O-ring

LED Source: CREE XM-L2 U2 White and CREE XP-G2 R5 Neutral White
Power Source: 1 x 18650 (included) or 2 x CR123A

Output / Runtime / Distance:
Spotlight Mode:
Turbo: 1000 lumens / 2 hours / 163 meters
High: 400 lumens / 22 hours / 101 meters
Medium: 130 lumens / 48 hours / 57 meters
Low: 50 lumens / 97 hours / 37 meters
Floodlight Mode:
High: 400 lumens / 21 hours / 55 meters
Medium: 130 lumens / 50 hours / 30 meters
Low: 8 lumens / 300 hours / 6 meters

Peak Beam Intensity: 6,677cd
Impact Resistance: 2 meters
IP Rating: IP68 (submersible 2 meters for 30 mintues)
IPX Rating: IPX6 Dust-proof
Dimensions (L x W x H): 3.17″ x 2.17″ x 1.57″
Weight: 3.42oz

Bundle includes EdisonBright BBX3 battery carry case

Product Features

  • 1400 lumen max output dualbeam headlamp
  • Max Beam distance 163 meters on spot light
  • Separately controlled spot- and floodlights.
  • Operates on single rechargeable battery (included) or 2 X Cr123A batteries.
  • Bundle includes EdisonBright battery carry case


Anonymous says:

Now THIS is a bright headlamp! Both the wide angle and the spot beams are fantastic. Very bright at the highest settings and great battery life when dimmed. The color temperature is on the warm side rather than a more bluish light. Color rendering is just OK but that is not really what this light is all about. The band adjustment might be tight is you have a big head. I have mine set nearly all the way out and my head is average. Compared to any of the other such lights I have tried, this is hands down the brightest.

Anonymous says:

Review from a caver I mostly see other cavers using zebralights. I did try a zebralight but I wanted something brighter with longer burn times so I returned it. I bought the Fenix HM65R after reading the manufacturer claims about lumens and burn time. I actually thought that there is no way this headlamp is as efficient as they’re claiming. Well, it is. I can go into a cave for 6 or so hours on a medium setting and have plenty of light. When im done and check the battery indicator it shows the battery is still 3/4…

blank Anonymous says:

Good light, questionable metal choice A great headlamp, consistent with the quality and performance expected from fenix. Significant improvement over earlier dual lamp models. BUT the use of magnesium rather than aluminum for the body is a poor choice. The magnesium is so soft that the body has been significantly dinged and chipped from inadvertent drops onto concrete from no more than 12″. While the damage is of course cosmetic, it probably would not be encountered with a traditional aluminum body. Still highly recommended,…

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