Coast HL7 Headlamp Review

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Today we look at the Coast HL7 Focusing Headlamp. This is a really cool headlamp, perfect for light where you are looking.

Pure Beam Focusing Optic
Twist focus
285 lumen light output
1 hour 30 minute runtime
119 meter (390 ft) beam distance
3 X AAA batteries (included)
Z Cord in headband for added durability
Adjustable elastic straps
Easy to operate front power switch
Hinged beam adjustment to position light where you need it
Weight: 4.4 ounces (including batteries)

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Guillermo Lovato says:

typo @1:49″it runs on 3 double A batteries” they’re triple A 😉

Josh Robinson says:

I liked this light but the atomic beam headlight is 4k lux and 10$ cheaper

braddeicide says:

I don’t think you can appreciate how good this headlamp is unless you’ve used others for a while. It’s so much brighter and the band doesn’t stretch and lose its elasticity. I also like that it’s brightness and focus is easily adjustable without taking it off. I wear mine over a hat and can’t even tell I have it on (when it’s off)

Jason Trudell says:

You will have to do a follow up review after you have used it @ the shop for a while!

360quickshot says:

after seeing this review I decided to go out and get myself one. I work on trains, and engine rooms and underneath the locomotives can be very dark. this headlamp has helped out greatly so far, thanks!

Adam T says:

Hah, totally got that King of the Hill reference at the end…

Jaime Jaimeson says:

is it waterproof?

Guillermo Lovato says:

hahaha i love the “wizard” lighted-beard look
btw: crawlsspace+spiders and squash?, nope nonononono nope, not even if it where a friggin laser beam firing from my head

FreakzRitual says:

I’m sure you know now but you can zoom in and out with the beam flood and spot

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