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    Fenix HP30R Rechargeable Headlamp

    Fenix HP30R Rechargeable Headlamp


    Available from Authorized dealers from Coast to Coast

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    Description:

    The HP30R has both spot and floodlight modes that can be used separately or simultaneously. Its battery pack can be worn on the belt in order to optimize the weight load on the user's head and to optimize use in cold areas. The HP30R is Micro USB rechargeable and can serve as a powerbank as well. This is the perfect headlamp to fit your hiking, caving, and all other outdoor activities.


    Features:

    Uses Cree XM-L2 and XP-G2 R5 LED's with a lifespan of 50,000 hours
    Powered by two 18650 or four CR123A batteries
    Lockout function for safe and convenient carrying
    Free switching between spot- and neutral white floodlight, or you can use them simultaneously
    Belt-worn battery case can be placed in pocket or backpack, which reduces the load bearing of user's head and maintains optimal performance in cold areas
    The battery case can be used as a power bank for charging other digital devices
    The 18650 batteries are charged alternately via Micro USB port for balanced battery level
    60 tilt mechanism directs the beam where needed
    Reverse polarity protection, to protect from improper battery insertion
    Aluminum alloy die-casting design for security and better heat dissipation
    Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating



    For further details and description please visit our website here: HP30R


    **The HP30R will start around $178.03 CAD and is available from several Authorized CGN dealers like:

    DS Tactical
    GP Tactical
    Grouse River
    The Shooting Edge
    Tactical Products Canada
    Reliable Gun
    Eagle Hunting Supplies
    International Shooting Supplies
    Urban Tactical
    MD Charlton
    Wolverine Supplies
    Arnie's Guns
    Target Sports Canada
    West Coast Hunting
    OPA Extreme
    911 Supply
    SRS Tactical
    Dlask Arms
    Select Shooting Supplies
    One Shot Tactical
    Al Flaherty's Outdoor

    The dealers listed may not have the light in stock but it is available to them

    **Supporting CGN dealers will help keep this site running, but if none of the above work for you please PM us with your location and we can direct you to a non supporting dealer nearest you

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    Very cool!
    Looking for members in Grande Prairie Alberta interested in wilderness skills, survival skills, camping, prepping, shooting, etc.

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    I recently received my Fenix HL60R. I can't tell you the differnce between this model and the HP30R but I'll say that every Fenix light I have is top notch. Mine has good headbands, a rechargeable battery (that I've yet to deplete once) and five light settings that seem pretty smart (the red only is pretty dull but I like that I have the option).

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    Do all fenix flashlights come with batteries?
    God is good

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Sa View Post
    I recently received my Fenix HL60R. I can't tell you the differnce between this model and the HP30R but I'll say that every Fenix light I have is top notch. Mine has good headbands, a rechargeable battery (that I've yet to deplete once) and five light settings that seem pretty smart (the red only is pretty dull but I like that I have the option).
    Agree, don't have this one but own Fenix tac lights and they be top notch. My other Fenix headlamp (cheaper, not sure the version), is solid. I'd buy this based on my experience to date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarr View Post
    Do all fenix flashlights come with batteries?
    Hello Jar

    Many Fenix models do come with batteries, but not all models. Product description and or packaging box will tell you if batteries are included


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    Another awesome Fenix light. It has everything I need in a headlamp and more. The light has so much power available due to the 2 18650's. You can charge your phone or other USB powered stuff using the battery pack.
    If there is any downside, it is that you need the cable between the battery pack and the lamp. Fortunately, the cable is long enough that it isn't a problem. If you need a headlamp with power to spare, this is the one.

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