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Streamlight 61304 headlight
Small headlight that packs a punch. The Streamlight 61304 ProTac has an output of 635 bright lumens to light up the path ahead of you while hiking in the dark. Both elastic headband and rubber headband are included, the ladder is used on helmets. The wide beam ensures illumination of the area surrounding you, powered by a C4 LED bulb that runs on 2 x disposable CR123A batteries, which is included in the box. There are 3 brightness settings to switch between: High, with a lumen output of 635 and a 1.5 hours runtime. Medium, with 105 lumens and 8 hours runtime, and low with 20 lumens and 36 hours runtime. Disclaimer: LumenFreaks is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to Amazon
Streamlight 61304 specs, price now, and store page link
Popular headlight with 635 lumens output that has a 4.5 out of 5 stars review, from 500 verified buyers. The headlight is easy to operate, and the head is adjustable up and down. It’s IPX4 water-resistant, so you can use it in rain and snow. The drawback with this light is that it uses disposable CR123A batteries, which in the long run can be quite expensive compared to a light that runs on rechargeable batteries. If you need one you can recharge, check out the best headlamps section for alternatives. If you just need a headlamp laying around for emergency use, then disposable batteries are favorable, as they have a shelf life of 10 years
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Outdoors enthusiast with a passion for night hiking and biking. 20 years of experience and obsession with flashlights and various other light sources. Evergrowing collection of 50 flashlights in all shapes, sizes, and lumen outputs. Always on the lookout for the latest and greatest torches I can get my hands on