Nathan Halo Fire Headlamp, Black Atomic Blue

December 16, 2016 - Comment
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Spread the loveIlluminate the road or trail ahead with over 280 lumens of clean, eye-pleasing light. The multi-beam, rechargeable Halo fire features two down angled proximity LEDs to ensure visibility for sure footing, while a massive 160+ lumen distance beam shines the spotlight on the path ahead to help prepare for What’s coming up next.

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Illuminate the road or trail ahead with over 280 lumens of clean, eye-pleasing light. The multi-beam, rechargeable Halo fire features two down angled proximity LEDs to ensure visibility for sure footing, while a massive 160+ lumen distance beam shines the spotlight on the path ahead to help prepare for What’s coming up next. The Halo actively monitors ambient light and triggers the auto strobe feature. The run wave sensor allows runners to cycle through 5 lighting modes with just a wave of the hand.

Product Features

  • Low profile design prevents bulk and bounce associated with Normal headlamps
  • Auto-strobe sensor monitors ambient light, such as auto headlights, and signals a flashing Strobe to draw attention to your presence
  • Run wave sensor allows touch-free adjustment of five light modes with the Wave of your hand
  • 3 LEDs with a maximum of 288 lumens and a rechargeable Battery with a burn time of 25 hours max
  • Water resistance of Ipx4 as well as weather resistant

Comments

Mitchell Underwood says:

Overall very good, with a few little annoyances I’ve used my Nathan Halo Fire for several nighttime runs now, and I have to say that I really like it. The battery life is spectacular (no more worrying that I’ll be in the dark at the end of an hour long run!), and it is very lightweight. The auto-strobe feature is great, and is my favorite feature of the headlamp. It causes the light to blink when it detects an oncoming car’s headlights, which makes you extremely visible. 

Andrew says:

Not ready for prime time. I was really excited for this product especially the flash at car feature. Unfortunately, the feature flashes at other light sources. So it becomes distracting and annoying. Also I’ve been through 2 DOA units that I had to send back.. and now the 3rd unit failed within 2 months. It stopped charging.Pass on this until 2nd gen comes out.

shopper123 says:

This light is perfect, low weight This light is perfect, low weight, comofortable strap, super bright (sprint mode is actually too bright, a runner in opposite direction yelled at me that I not shine them in the “bleep”-ing face, yikes sorry!) I can fully appreciate a rechargable battery I hated added expense of always having to buy batteries.

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