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LED Lenser H7R.2

LED Lenser H7R.2

  • Bulb type: Light emitting diode (LED)
  • Battery life: 6 - 60 h
  • Max luminous flux: 300 lm
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a year ago
Incredibly poor battery life. Bought it only for good battery life. Went so far that I returned it for repair when I thought it was broken, got it back with the message that everything was as it should. Next time, rather buy a china lamp with 18650 batteries, last longer and shine better.

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a year ago
It drains the batteries when not in use. Every time I take it out, and it's been a while since I last used it (and replaced new batteries), it runs out of battery.

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2 years ago
Super happy with the headlight. It had a good time o the old man twisted it all the time after his Hunting Silva headlamp broke. Can understand those who think it is uncomfortable, but after finding the right attitude I have never had a problem. The flashing is super because then you know that you will soon run out of battery. Use for hunting dog training in the dark both with dogs and for your own. The only drawback that can occur is that you accidentally press the button (backwards) if you store it in your pocket. No problem with battery life, but on the other hand it depends on what you have for usage time, but 1h or 4-5h works great. It's hard to come up with disadvantages with the headlamp since it's the best we've had and we both work as natural guides since ten years back and have tested us through the range.

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4 years ago*
Lights good. But yyyy so uncomfortable to have on your head. I love it when it works. Hate the extreme when the instance itself started in the pocket so it's stone dead when I should have it. Read something about a transport safety in another review. Must check it out. Then this with indication of battery cod. Must be a real idiot who thought it was a good idea that it should blink every five seconds when the battery is bad. I work as an electrician and I can say that this lamp ended up in "rasta-dogs-basket" too fast! Is not very fun when you are in a great central, with excitement, and this goddamn light starts to flash out of nowhere! Have noticed that there are just as annoying when you're out with the dogs too! Remove the test connector and insert a diode there instead. Much better! And the chaps batteries can I say! My advice is to avoid this. Is an almost identical from the Coast does not blink!
*Edited 4 years

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6 years ago*
Have a Led Lenser H7R then before and also some other less expensive headlamps. It is a very good head lamp but is still a little disappointed because I thought it would be better than it is. Above all, I am disappointed that the battery container is so clumsy compared to H7R. When hiking and other times when it is important to have low weight and volume, I will continue to use my H7R instead of H7R.2 + Bright + Wide bright picture + Seems to have good battery life with the included Lithium battery. Do not have long-term tested it yet. + Goes to activate transport lock so that no light comes on by mistake when it is in a bag or carrying case + Can be recharged with standard micro-USB charger and without having to remove the battery. + Can be run on standard R03 / AAA batteries - For short headband if you have thick hat on it. Will try to sew on a renewal. - Spiral portion of the cord is too stiff, which allows it to pull the lamp aside sometimes - Battery container is much larger than the H7R even though it only accommodates an extra R03 battery - Headlamp go easy if you have your head up and down eg if you put your head under something and should light it up from below (also H7R)
*Edited 6 years

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6 years ago*
Used this now on österlen Marathon and oh how this was much better than most of the others I saw. It is light and fits well on the head and gives very good light. Clearly affordable!
*Edited 6 years

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6 years ago*
Thanks! I owned a Led Lenser H5 earlier and could of course imagine that H7R2 was better, but it is much better, without the use of an exaggeration now. Positive: - Rear lamp to alert motorists / cyclists of your presence - Can be charge via USB to your PC or plug socket (cable included) - Indicates if the battery is good, medium or bad. - Possible to use standard AAA if you want, instead of the rechargeable as supplied - Good ability to adjust the strength - Good ability to adjust the angle. Everything from a point that shines over 100m away to an area that covers half your field of vision if not more - Easy, looks heavier than it is - Many different locations to choose from, power saving modes, boost mode that produces 300 lumens, etc. - Resistant down to minus 20, or -30 (various sources, but -20 you can count on) - Greatly many hours (one hundred thousand) survival time for the LED plus a few thousand uploads with supplied battery Negative: No, not yet. The price discouraged at first but trust me, you get what you pay for. I will use this every day all winter so it could have been twice as expensive but still easily worth the money. Buy buy buy :)
*Edited 6 years

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