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Fenix HL18R USB Rechargeable Headlamp – AAA Compatible

Max Lumens: 400
Modes: 7
Battery: AAA
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The HL18R is a compact USB rechargeable headlamp with extreme versatility. It features two separate beam options (spot and flood), six different lighting levels (plus SOS), and allows you the unique ability to use multiple options to power the headlamp. The simple operating system can quickly get you into utilizing the soft neutral beam that magnifies natural colors with a simple click of the button. The headlamp can blast a max output of 400 lumens and reach runtimes of up to 150 hours. If you find yourself in a situation when you can’t recharge the included 1300mAh battery, then you can simply pop-in three of your favorite AAA batteries to operate the light.

All of this is built into a ultra-light 2.8 ounce (80 gram) body being held in place by a remarkably comfortable headband with reflective strips and anti-slip design. This headlamp is the answer for your trainings in the early morning and late evening when the day needs extended; when chasing the fire flies won’t wait; or when that tent needs to be put up before your head can lay down. Count on the versatile design of the Fenix HL18R to be there for you.

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Max Lumens: 400
Modes: 7

Description

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HL18R Size:

Length: 2.27” (57.7mm)
Width: 1.67” (42.3mm)
Height: 1.46” (37mm)

HL18R Weight:

2.8 oz. (79.5g) including battery, headband & holder

HL18R Battery:

Included 1300 mAh Li-polymer battery pack, headlamp is also compatible with 3 AAA batteries

Included:

ARB-LP-1300 Li-polymer battery pack, headband and charging cable

Warranty:

Limited Lifetime Guarantee from Fenix Lighting USA

Additional Features of the Fenix HL18R

  • Cree XP-G3 warm white and Everlight 2835 white light, with lifespan of 50,000 hours.
  • 1300 mAh Li-polymer battery pack, compatible with 3 AAA Ni-MH/Alkaline batteries.
  • Ultralow standby current 1μA, reduces battery leakage with inserted dry cell.
  • Lockout function.
  • Dual switches for easy and fast operation.
  • Four spotlight plus two floodlight output levels.
  • Micro USB charging port, 5V/1A.
  • Battery level indication.
  • Spot beam angle of 13°, flood beam angle of 84°.
  • 60° tilt mechanism directs the beam where needed.
  • IP66 rated protection.
  • Made of quality plastics and aluminum, three times injection molding process saves O-ring.

Switches

Spotlight switch: for on/off, mode switching, lockout function and output selection on spotlight mode.

Floodlight switch : for on/off, mode switching, lockout function and output selection on floodlight mode.

On/off

Press and hold either of the two switches to turn on/off the lamp. Low output level is selected by default.

Mode Switching

With the light switched on, single click either of the two switches to reach the corresponding mode.

Output Selection

Spotlight mode: Single click the spotlight switch to cycle through Low→Med→High→Turbo.

Floodlight mode: Single click the floodlight switch to cycle through Low→High→SOS.

Lockout Function

Lock: With the lamp switched off, press and hold either of the two switches, or simultaneously press the two switches for 3 seconds, the lamp will blink twice to indicate locked status.

Unlock: With the lamp locked, simultaneously press the two switches for 3 seconds, the lamp will be activated with 3 one-second blinks and activated on Low of floodlight mode.

In locked status, clicking or pressing the switches will activate 3 one second blinks to indicate locked status.

Charging

Uncover the anti-dust cap and plug the Micro USB side of the charging cable into the charging port of the lamp. The four constant-on indicators shows the lamp is fully charged. The normal charging time is about 2.5 hours with the lamp being switched off.
Note: The headlamp can only be used on Low output when charging.

Battery Level Indication

The indicators will display the battery status for 3 seconds each time when the lamp is switched on. With the lamp switched off, single click either switch to check the battery status, single click once again and the lamp will go out immediately, or without any operation the status will last for 3 seconds. There will be no response with the lamp locked.

  • Four lights on: saturated, 100% – 81%
  • Three lights on: sufficient, 80% – 61%
  • Two lights on: poor, 60% – 41%
  • One light on: critical, 40% – 21%
  • One light flashes: 20% – 0%

Battery Replacement

  1. Pull battery cover latch that is located between the switches to open the tail cap.
  2. Insert the batteries in accordance with the polarity marks.
  3. Replace the battery cap.

Overheat Protection

The light will accumulate a lot of heat when used on Turbo output level for extended periods. The light will automatically step down by a few lumens to reduce temperature.

Headband Assembly

Notice: The headband is factory assembled by default.

Step 1: Attach the headband to the headlamp as shown (Pic 1), by first sliding the band down to the bottom of the slots. Then hook the top edge under the top slot.

Step 2: Adjust the headband by sliding the buckle to required length.

Usage and Maintenance

  • Disassembling the sealed head can cause damage to the headlamp and will void the warranty.
  • Fenix strongly recommends using quality rechargeable Ni-MH batteries.  Alkaline batteries will shorten the runtime with the lamp switched on high output.

Warning

This light is a high-intensity lighting device capable of damage to the user or others. Avoid shining the light into anyone’s eyes.

21 reviews for Fenix HL18R USB Rechargeable Headlamp – AAA Compatible

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EdwardW

also a trail runner review :) got this on the release date, was pretty excited at the spec particularly 400 lumens for 8.5 hrs, seemed too good to be true...and yes it is. I uploaded a picture which compared this one's 400 lumens with my UC35's 350 lumens, you can see this one is more like 100-150 lumens, I actually compared it (400 lumens) to 150 lumens of UC35, it's not as bright as 150. Beside of not bright as advertised, I was more disappointed at how really really short time at "high" lumen output, it only last a few minutes on "400" lumens, what do I use it for? (ah I do know one, UTMB required a 200 lumens light, so this will fit the bill this August when I run it. Like all of their bullshit mandatory equipments, I'm constantly looking for something just to shut them up) So beware of this new spec listing, i.e. 400 lumens 8.5hrs doesn't mean you'll have that bright level for that long, it just means the light will not die for 8.5hrs, which can be a good thing, a peace of mind. I do agree this is a comfortable and very light head lamp. But it's not a really bright one, it's more like 70 lumens whole night one. Personally I don't think 70 lumens is nearly enough bright for trail running (if you want to run), at least not for any moderate technical trails, not as a primary light source. But as a second light source or backup, this will be a perfect one due to its lightness and comfortableness and last a whole night no matter what kind of setting. As for the spot vs floor mode, I don't know what the floor mode will be used since it's so dimmed, but maybe it can be also served as a backup in case of the spot light bulb dies. I returned this one not because I don't like it, I do like it as a secondary light, but I already own a whole lot of lights so it's too luxury for me to own another one. Instead I will wait for the new HM65R which is past due of release for like a year now.

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  1. Jay Chua (verified owner)

    I love the yellow white spotlight! It’s easy for your eyes to read.

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  2. Steven (verified owner)

    Dim light. While “lumens” may show this is a “powerful” headlamp, the color is so yellow it’s illumination is worse than a $20 WalMart headlamp. I called Fenix for a return >week ago, still waiting for a call back. Don’t waste your $’s on this light, not as advertised. 1st Fenix light I’ve ever bought that disappointed me.

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    • Dianne (store manager)

      Yes, the HL18R is a neutral light, as listed in the description. Neutral lights have a yellow color. The HL18RW is a cool white LED. Warranty is reaching out to you for that return.

  3. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Nice, but haven’t yet tried it.

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  4. Don Manning (verified owner)

    There is no better light on the market, period. I am a hunter and fisherman, an the only light I always have with me is a Fenix.

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  5. Adam W. (verified owner)

    I own multiple Fenix headlamps and flashlights and this is the first one I would not recommend. I love the HL26R but bought this because when I travel there are times when a headlamp is critical and I need to be able to carry backup batteries in case it runs out of power. The HL18R appeared to be very similar to the HL26R in specs and size with the added benefit of being able to run on changeable AAA batteries. The problem I have with this headlamp is the output light color is awful. Every Fenix product I own other than this puts out a clean whitish colored light. The HL18R on the other hand puts out very yellow light that is reminiscent of a 1970s era incandescent light bulb. I came within 10 feet of a pack of feral hogs while jogging the other night because I find it hard to see anything due to the light color, with the HL26R I can usually spot them from 50+ feet away. This headlamp does have the normal whitish colored LEDs on the sides but they are so dim they are useless for most things other than possibly reading at close distance. Just noticed they make a HL18RW with the normal colored beam, get that one I wish I knew that in advance.

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