Skilhunt H02 Headlamp

Lips

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Haven't seen this headlamp before. Looks pretty good on paper.


Anybody have one of these to speak of real world performance?







H02 headlamp

LED: CREE XM-L2
Max output: ANSI 820 Lumens / 960 LED Lumens
Max runtime: 120 hours
Max beam distance: 105 meters
Max peak beam intensity: 2800cd
Waterproof: IPX-8
Impact resistant: 1.5 Meter
Battery: 1x18650 or 2x CR123A
Rated Range: 3V ~ 6V

Dimension:
Length 109mm/4.29inch
Head diameter 24mm/0.94inch
Body diameter 22.8mm/0.9inch


Weight: 63g (without battery)
Accessories: Headband (Detachable straps with silicone holder ) , clip, lanyard, magnet replace O-ring, Operator’s manual, Warranty card, Spare O-ring

Features
1. Super bright & lastest CREE XM-L2 LED, High-performance, High-efficiency and energy conservation.
2. 960 LED lumens of light. Extremely bright headlamp powered by one 18650 Li-Ion battery.
3. Bead surface lens, wide and uniform flood beamshot. Max beam distance 105 meters.
4. Detachable straps with silicone holder, multiple, adjustable flashlight positioning loops.
5. Flat tail cap with strong magnet to secure to ferrous surfaces.
6. Rugged indestructible aluminum body with anti-scratching type III hard anodization.
7. Multi-level dissipating heat design, excellent heat dissipation.
8. Side switch button to transferring mode user-friendly interface to adjust output.
9. Four output levels and strobe, suitable for different environment.
10. Wide input range provides more choices of batteries.
11. Automatic memory function, remember bast used setting and can be preset to specific output mode for instant access.
12. Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery installation.
13. Low-voltage prompts function, the light will flash when the battery is low, remind user replace the battery on time.
14. Engineered anti-slip knurling for a tightly firm grip.
15. Dual recoil absorbing springs, battery impact resistance.
16. Tail stand as a candle-light.
17. Tail hand hole design for lanyard use, to prevent accidental dropping.


































































 

jcs0001

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It looks interesting but I would like a moonlight mode which it doesn't appear to have. They seem to have covered a lot of nice to have things though.

John.
 

Derek Dean

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seems like theres a mode missing between 5 lumens and 280 lumens... :shrug:
More like it's missing 3-4 modes in that area, and that takes it out of the running for me. That's a HUGE range of missing modes, and in the exact area where you're most likely to need them for closeup work, which is a major area of use for a headlamp.

Close, but no cigar.
 

mhanlen

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I have this headlamp and should have a review up in a little over a week. Mode spacing isn't great, but it's PWM free, and is pretty well made.
 

RedForest UK

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There's a review out already here.

It seems good for the price, I just don't like any UI where you have to press and hold to turn on or off. I would definitely have bought one if it was a short click for on/off and press and hold to cycle modes.
 
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lucky1981

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Hallo,

I note that on their website (which is renewed), Skilhunt have updated the flashlight, now called "H02 NEW", and have also added a version with transparent reflector "H02 R". Greetings
 

davidt1

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From what I read, I like the UI better than Zebralight's.

From "OFF":

Low can be accessed by pressing and holding, just like Zebralight

High can be accessed by double-clicking, no more accidental blindness like you can with Zebralight

Last used mode can be accessed by a quick click. Zebralight does not have this mode.

Too bad they don't make an AA version.
 

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