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Nitecore

HC50 Headlamp

$134.95
$104.90

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92 Richmond Rd, Keswick SA Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 12pm - 5pm
17 Doherty St, Brendale QLD Mon - Fri: 9am - 5.30pm
Sat: 9am - 5pm
Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm

Made for both the outdoor enthusiast and working professionals, the Nitecore HC50 headlamp features a comprehensive set of lighting modes including SOS, red light and locating beacon all contained in a durable one-piece aircraft grade alloy body.

A single Cree XM-L2 LED is protected by toughened mineral glass and housed in an innovative reflector that provides 100⁰ of coverage to illuminate a huge field of vision. Powered by a single Li-Ion battery or 2 x CR123 batteries (not included), the HC50 throws 760 lumens of light at a 100 degree angle to light up your entire work area.

Also featuring a power indicator light in the switch, a rotating light housing with an IPX8 waterproof rating and five selectable brightness levels, the Nitecore HC50 is a high-performance headlamp at a value for money price.

  • 2 x Red LED’s
  • IPX8, 2m (waterproof and submersible)
  • 1.5m impact resistant
  • Toughened mineral glass
  • Includes spare O-Ring
  • Lifetime warranty
Snowys Code:
132089
Supplier Code:
131
External Dimensions:
86L x 32W x 32H cm
Packed Dimensions:
86L x 32W x 32H cm
Material:
Hard Anodised Aircraft Grade Alloy
Waterproof:
IPX8
Light Source:
Cree XM L2 LED
Lumens:
Low 25 | Mid 140 | High 300 | Turbo 760
Beam Distance:
98m
Batteries:
1 x Li-Ion Reachargeable or 2 x CR123A (not included)
Run Time:
Low 55 hrs | Mid 7.30 hrs | High 3.30 hrs | Turbo 1.15 hrs
Weight inc. Batteries:
0.13 kg
Suggested Use:
Camping | Work
Warranty:
Limited Lifetime

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Battery type?1 answer

Just a question on the battery type used. your website states cr123. Is this a typo and should it be cr123A? Which I hope is the case :)

- KINGSTON, QLD(1 year ago)
They are the same thing John, we have always referred to them as CR123, but it seems that the 'correct' name is actually CR123A. You can assume this for any instance where we refer to CR123 batteries.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Powering the light?1 answer

Does this light come with a charger for the battery? Also, can the battery be charged using a vehicle?

- CANBERRA, ACT(2 years ago)
G'day Emmet, Both the battery and charger are sold separately, which you can see under 'You might also like'. The charger comes with both a 240V & 12V cable, so you can charge the battery in the car as you drive. I hope this helps!
- Snowys(2 years ago)