Lightweight, rechargeable, and really, really bright. The MH10 uses one big LED to project a powerful beam, with a maximum brightness of 600 lumens. At full blast, it can throw a focused beam of light up to 150 meters away. Or you can turn down the intensity for glare-free reading and working around the campsite — not to mention saving energy — by flipping the switch on the front of the headlamp with one hand. Did we mention the rear red light so you can be easily seen from behind, or the swappable light color filters? Because it’s got those too.
In terms of battery, you’re looking at a maximum output of about 120 hours on a single charge. Then just recharge the thing via microUSB, and you’ll be back up and running in no time.
Maximum luminosity: 600 lumens, Minimum: 10 lumens
Maximum range: 150 meters
Maximum battery duration: 120 hours; Min 10 hours
Includes one rechargeable lithium ion battery
IPX4 water resistance
Two light modes: Constant Light and Energy Saving
Rear battery pack can be repositioned and/or stored elsewhere