Fenix HP30R v2.0 Black 3000 Lumen Heavy-Duty Rechargeable Headlamp with Spotlight & Floodlight, Detachable Power Pack and

(10 customer reviews)

$220.45

Product details

Color Black
Power Source Battery Powered
Light Source Type LED
Material Aluminum
Included Components Helmet clip, Charging cable, HP30R V2.0 with split Power pack, Headband
Voltage 3.7 Volts (DC)
  • POWERFUL HEADLAMP – The Fenix HP30R v2.0 has a primary spotlight LED and two high CRI wide angle flood lights for a combined 3000 lumen max.
  • USB-C RECHARGEABLE – The HP30R v2.0 has a rear power pack runs over 15 days of continuous use. Simply plug the USB-C cable to the power pack to charge the headlamp.
  • PORTABLE POWER – The power pack can be detached and comes with a USB output port to charge other electronics.
  • ROBUSTNESSES – The all-metal unibody LED housing is impact resistant up to 2 meters, is rated IP66 water resistant, and can withstand temperatures from -31° F to 113° F.
  • Contents: HP30R V2.0 Headlamp, Rechargeable Power pack, Helmet Attachment Hooks, Cable Clips, USB-C Charging Cable, Stainless Belt Clip, Extension Cable, and LumenTac Organizer
SKU: B09NP9RQMB

Description

Additional information

Weight 15.41 kg
Dimensions 3.62 × 2.2 × 1.73 cm
Color

Black

Power Source

Battery Powered

Light Source Type

LED

Material

Aluminum

Included Components

Helmet clip Charging cable HP30R V2.0 with split Power pack Headband

Voltage

3.7 Volts DC

Battery Cell Composition

Lithium Ion

Number of Batteries

2 Lithium Ion batteries required. included

Warranty Type

Manufacturer Warranty

Brand

Fenix

Luminous Flux

3000 Lumen

Battery Description

battery_type_lithium_ion

Finish Type

HA III Hard Anodized

Part Number

HP30RV2

Item Weight

15.4 ounces, 15.41 Ounces

Product Dimensions

3.62 x 2.2 x 1.73 inches

Item model number

HP30RV2

Batteries

2 Lithium Ion batteries required. included

Assembled Height

1.73 inches

Assembled Length

3.62 inches

Assembled Width

2.2 inches

Item Package Quantity

1

Finish Types

HA III Hard Anodized

Batteries Included

Yes

Batteries Required

Yes

Wattage

37 watt_hours

ASIN

B09NP9RQMB

Date First Available

December 15 2021

Manufacturer

Fenix

10 reviews for Fenix HP30R v2.0 Black 3000 Lumen Heavy-Duty Rechargeable Headlamp with Spotlight & Floodlight, Detachable Power Pack and

  1. M.L. Powers, M.S.

    BEST, BRIGHTEST HEADLAMP ON THE MARKET…THANK YOU FENIX!First, I am embarrassed to say, I did not see the small font white note saying to remove paper from THE TOP OF BATTERY PACK. I don’t remember there being one ON THE OTHER TWO, BUT IT MAY HAVE BEEN MY BAD, ALTHOUGH THE INSTRUCTIONS COULD HAVE ALSO BEEN CLEARER.The instructions do not mention that crucial basic step, AND ARE VERY HARD TO READ AND DECIPER, AT LEAST FOR ME. I sent two Fenix back because the battery would not fire.NOTES:1. SO, SHOUT OUT TO ALL WHO ARE IGNORANT OF ALL THINGS “BATTERY”, DON’T BE LIKE ME. REMOVE PAPER COVERING BATTERY NODULES BEFORE CHARGING, EVEN IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A TINY NOTE IN -6 FONT TELLING YOU TO DO SO.2. SNCE THIS FENIX IS THE BRIGHTEST I COULD FIND, AND I TRAIN SEARCH AND RESCUE DRILLS WITH MY DOGS AT NIGHT, I NEED BOTH HANDS AND A VERY BRIGHT LIGHT. THE OTHER TWO FENIX I LOVED BUT WERE NOT AS BRIGHT. BOTH WERE STOLEN.3. A DOWN SIDE OF THE HEADLAMP IS BATTERY WEIGHT, THE CORD OF WHICH I WEAR PLUGGED INTO THE BATTER AT MY BELT. YOU MAY ALSO USE IT ON A HELMET, WHICH IS IMPRACTICAL FOR ME UNLESS I AM IN THE FIELD.4. THE SECOND DOWN SIDE IS THE CORD HANGS FROM THE TOP OF MY HEADBAND TO THE BATTERY PACK, SO IF YOU CAN WEAR YOUR PACK AT YOUR BACK, THAT MAY NOT BE AN ISSUE. THIS IS UNTESTED FOR ME.SINCE I AM A WOMAN, I WEAR THE PACK AT MY WAIST SO I CAN MONITOR BATTERY USE. (SMALL BLUE DOTS ON THE BATTERY TOP WILL TELL YOU HOW MUCH .JUICE IS LEFT. I CLIP THE CORD ONTO MY HEADBAND ON EACH SIDE TO KEEP IT OUT OF MY FACE..5. THE LAMP AND BATTERY WILL RUN WARM, GIVEN ITS OUTPUT.6. I MUST CALL FENIX ABOUT BULB REPLACEMENT, AS I SAW NONE ON AMAZON. I WILL REREAD INSTRUCTIONS, BUT I DO NOT REMEMBER THE INSTRCUCTIONS ADDRESSING THIS ISSUE.7. DO NOT LOOK DOGS OR PEOPLE IN THE EYE WITH THE LAMP ON. TURN OFF WHEN ADJUSTING FOR YOURSELF. THE LIGHT UP CLOSE IS PAINFULLY BLINDING.OVERALL, I GAVE THE RATINGS ALL 5’S, AS I LOVE HOW BRIGHT THE LAMP IS , AND HOW MANY VARIATIONS YOU HAVE AT “ON” FOR ALL BULBS. I RECOMMEND THIS LAMP HIGHLY IF YOU NEED TO TRY TO INSURE YOU HAVE NO FOURLEGGED UNIVITED COMPANY (ALONG WITH BEAR SPRAY), AND YOU REALLY NEED AS MUCH OF A FRONT VIEW AS POSSIBLE.I WILL WRITE AN ADDENDUM AFTER MORE CONTINUOUS USE IF PROBLEMS ARISE..Mary Lou Powers, M.S.

  2. Nathaniel Siegwart

    UPDATE – THEY REPLACED THE LIGHT UNER WARRANTY Very Dissapointed from a Professional BuyerUPDATE THEY REPLACED THE LIGHT UNDER WARRANTY. I HAD CONTACTED THE WRONG SELLER. ITS IMPORTANT YOU CALL WITH THE SERIAL NUMBER TO CREATE AN RMA WITH THE CORRECT SELLER NO MATTER WHAT SELLER IS LISTED ON THE AMAZON SITE.I am an EF License Contractor in Florida. We work outside at night. I bought this light and was very excited. It came with great accessories for remote mounting the pack and the light was very bright. I used it ONE NIGHT near the intercoastal waterway. We had 6-7 older lights, mostly cheap 4 year old Danforce, out that night. I set the light down in a damp, but not wet, area for 1 hour. That night the charging hole, which was covered, corroded over and now the light will not charge or turn on. It was more than 30 days after I bought from Amazon, so no return. I contact Fenix and they haven’t written me back. It was a lot of money for one night of use. the 35.00 Danforce continue to work fine. DO NOT WAST YOUR MONEY.

  3. Grim.Shadows

    Best headlamp yetI work outside at night, 5 days a week.Finding a good headlamp is a challenge.This is by far the best one I’ve used in years.Turbo mode brings daylight to whatever you point it at! But it kills the battery life, so I rarely use it.The lamp does get pretty hot in brighter settings, but you don’t really notice it on your head, until you reach up the change the settings.The first couple uses, the batteries barely lasted the night, but I’ve quickly learned to adjust the light as needed, so I can easily get one or two nights per charge. I thought the battery life would be better, but I guess that’s to be expected with such powerful led’sThe flood light is amazing. Best I’ve found by far! It completely lights up the working area in front of you.The power pack has some good features, like being able to use it to charge other devices. And I like the option to wear it on your belt, with the extended cable provided, but I haven’t needed to use it yet.But this is one place where nitecore has this beat. Theirs uses a standard USB plug, so you can use any power pack to power the device, not an option here, but that’s the only part that nitecore seemed to do better. I do hope Fenix comes out with an alternative power bank, like one that could hold three or four 18650s.All and all, I’m very pleased with this headlamp. As long as it stands up to the test of time, it will be well worth the price.

  4. Hartmut Uschmann

    You get what you pay for: excellent, but not cheapThis headlamp is absolutely superb on all levels. Granted, it is a bit bulky, and it’s certainly not cheap. But the battery life is excellent. I have used it almost nightly to walk the dogs 🙂 for the last 2 months now. Have it on for about 20 to 30 min each walk, mostly on low and medium, but intermittently on high and turbo. It just now went down one dot (out of 4) on the battery indicator. So, I am certain it would work well as a battery bank as well (which it’s advertised for).The light strength and throw are also great. But what I like the most is the user-friendliness of its controls. Instead of having to cycle through all settings to reach the desired level, it has a turn switch that allows you to go up and down at will. This is true for both, the long throw settings and the flood settings. And with a push of the same switch, you can add either to either. Very cool and functional.So, five stars on everything. This isn’t my first Fenix brand light, and it won’t be my last one.

  5. Alfred R Huddleston

    Extremely useful light.This is a large headlamp and uses a pair of 12700 batteries that can attach to the headband, or includes a long cable to wear the battery pack on a belt, or place in a backpack. The output is sufficient for all outdoor activities and the battery life is exceptional. If I need more than my HP25R V2.0 this is the perfect nighttime light source.

  6. Amazon Customer

    SturdyThis is a high quality product that is solidly constructed, it has good battery life and provides an enormous amount of light.

  7. brian f hoey

    Couldn’t be more pleased with this product !I like everything about this light. It’s perfect for trout fishing and/or hiking in the woods at night.

  8. Santos n Amaya

    Excellent👍👍Excellent

  9. Kindle Customer

    How do you……..List a headlamp for over $200.00 and not include red LED for night-vision functionality? Heavy-Duty – check. 3000 lumens – check, Long-life battery pack – check, Red LED for night-vision – Nope. And this is version 2.0? Sorry. For professional use, especially in SAR / field work, night-vision preservation is crucial, and mandatory. Fenix needs to fix this oversight, especially at this price-point.

  10. Garden

    The runtimes are liesThere are serious published runtime errors on this product.The published lux and lumens are correct according to my equipment.The real runtime of the mid and lows are within 80 percent of the published Runtimes.However, the Runtimes for the highs are really 6.66 hours, while they mistakenly publish 12 hours. The double highs actually step down to 55% after so many minutes and you get 4.5 hours, not the published 6 hours… The turbo steps down to 60 percent of the turbo for about 2 hours, then drops to the high for another 2.5 hours.This is a very bright headlamp to be sure. It is a constant current with safety step down at the end, and warning. But if like me, you want 4000 candela for a full work day without a battery swap, yes, your eyes deceive you, as Fenix never double checked the runtime number.If they chose a 50.3 hi, and put a different shunt resistor to halve the spot current, they would loose 25% of the Hotspot width, have the same lux, and retain 66 percent of the lumens (cooler led is more efficient). Then they would have a 6100 candela light for 12 hours. It would be much more credible light on paper and the perfect light in the field.I am very disappointed in Fenix not testing the runtime before printing, being a fan since 2011, after 3 years of eying their lights.Yes, this light hits the work day benchmarks according to instructions, but not in reality. But if you work 12 hours in one day, plan on being in the dark from hour 7 to hour 12. I guess you could choose the medium mode, but this medium mode is too dim of a lux for color inspection and detail work.Each worker battery swap costs the boss around $1500 annually, which is why a full work day is important for crew headlamps.

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