The Wuben E7 is a new tool by Wuben. The torch can be converted into a headlamp with an optional headband. The runtime can be extended with an optional 18650 extension tube. And the torch can be controlled by waving a hand in front of the optional sensor.
The Armytek Wizard C2 Pro Max LR Warm is the long-range version of Armytek’s Wizard C2 Pro Max headlamp. It has a smooth reflector and a CREE XHP70.2 emitter for a longer beam distance.
This orange Skilhunt H150 is a AA sized headlamp with magnetic charging and it comes with a Nichia 519A 3000K emitter. It can be powered by either a AA Ni-MH cell or a 14500 Li-ion cell. It is available with a few different LEDs (CREE XP-L2, Nichia 519A) and different colours (orange, green, gray, black).
Ben from Ground Force International, the exclusive national distributor of Armytek products in Australia, reached out to see if I would be interested in reviewing a torch by Armytek. I asked if I could review the Armytek Wizard C2 WR (Warm Light) headlamp. It has two warm white emitters and two red emitters behind a single pebble TIR optic.
The Fenix HL16 is a lightweight headlamp with a white emitter and a red emitter. It takes three AAA batteries. I asked liteshop.com.au if I could review the Fenix HL16 to see if it would be suitable for running for several hours overnight.
The ZebraLight H53Fc N is a lightweight AA sized headlamp that can either be carried on its own or used in a headband. What’s so special about this headlamp?
The Acebeam H16 Gray headlamp has a Cool White emitter. It is also available in a Black version with a high CRI Nichia 519A emitter.
Jacob (piercingthedarkness.co.nz) gave the Cyansky HS6R headlamp a glowing review. I asked Cyansky for the HS6R as a prize for their giveaway so that I could check it out for myself.