The Fenix HL10 LRD Headlamp is both reliable and versatile in functionality. Powered by one AAA battery, this extremely lightweight headlamp delivers a maximum output of 70 lumens. The HL10 can be used as a traditional headlamp, or the detachable light can serve as a freestanding or hand-held mini flashlight. Its rotating lens allows it to adjust from spotlight to floodlight. From running to night reading, the HL10 is adaptable to multiple lighting needs.
Philips LXZ2-5770 LED with a maximum output of 70 lumens
Output and Runtime:
70 Lumens – 1h
30 Lumens - 3h10mins
4 Lumens - 26hrs
Weight: 33g excluding battery
What’s Included: Fenix HL10 Headlamp, O-ring for water seal, Lanyard, AAA battery
ON/OFF Press and hold the switch for 0.5 seconds to turn ON/OFF the lamp.
Output Selection With the lamp on, click the switch to cycle through Low→Mid→High.
Spotlight/Floodlight Selection Take out the lamp from the holder. Rotate the optical lens between the spot mark and flood mark on the lower edge. Intelligent Memory Circuit The lamp remembers the last used brightness level, the next time it is turned on, it will recall that previously used brightness level.
Battery Replacement Take out the lamp from the holder. Unscrew the tail cap to insert the battery with the anode (+) towards the lamp head, and then screw the tail cap. Put the lamp into the holder.
Usage and Maintenance
Disassembling the sealed head can cause damage to the headlamp and will void the warranty.
Long-term use can result in O-ring wear. To maintain a proper water seal, replace the ring with an approved spare.
Unscrew the tail cap one-half turn or take out the battery to prevent accidental activation during storage or transportation.
Periodic cleaning of the battery contacts improves the headlamp’s performance as dirty contacts may cause the headlamp to flicker, shine intermittently or even fail to illuminate for the following reasons:
Reason A: The batteries need replacing. Solution: Replace batteries (Please confirm the correct installation of anode and cathode).
Reason B: The threads, PCB boards contact or other contacts are dirty. Solution: Clean the contact points with a cotton swab soaked in rubbing alcohol.