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Nitecore NU20 360 Lumens Rechargeable Lightweight LED Headlamp with Lumen Tactical Adapter and USB Cable

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  • INCREDIBLY BRIGHT - The NU20 utilizes a CREE HP-G2 S3 LED for an impressive output of 360 lumens and 87 yards of throw. Choose from four brightness settings and two special modes with the easy-to-operate single button control.
  • COMPACT & LIGHTWEIGHT - You'll barely notice the NU20 is there with its featherweight body weighing 1.66 ounces including battery! The compact nature of this headlamp means no bulky or awkward accessories holding you back.
  • WIDE ANGLE ILLUMINATION - Take control of your light with 100 coverage of your field of vision. The tiltable bracket can also adjust an additional 52 up or down to eliminate deadspots.
  • BUILT-IN RECHARGEABLE BATTERY - Enjoy up to 100 hours of runtime off the built-in li-ion battery which is engineered to last at least 500 charging cycles. The battery also has a power indicator to tell you when it's time to recharge via the micro-USB port located on the side.
  • COMPLETE KIT - NU20 headlamp, headband, Lumen Tactical Adapter and USB cable

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Customer Reviews

Love this little Lamp!I love this thing. It's great for the price, it's lightweight & very bright. So bright I have never needed to use "turbo mode". I love that when you first turn it on it's lowest setting is like a candle. This is great for camping/backpacking when you want a little bit of light but your eyes are adjust to the dark. It has a built in button cover so you don't have to worry about it coming on in your pack. Easily recharge with a power bank. I use this often for morning runs with my dog & as my primary lamp when backpacking.5Incredibly light weight ... Bright and confortableUpdate : 10/05/2017. Amazing Headlamp! I like the design of this headlamp. It is ultrabright and incredibly lightweight. I have to thank the customer service at Lumen Tactical who immediately responded and sent me a free replacement after the issues of battery and runtime described below. They agreed that I got a defective product.Now my headlamp is working well. The runtime is calculated according to the ASIN standard which is a gradually stepping down curve. But you get around 90 min on high mode before dropping down. If you look for lightweight, comfortable and bright headlamp for 1-2 hours running/walking at night, then this is the best choice.Original review: After facing issues with battery performance, my headlamp is not working any more on hight and turbo mode. I used it only for about one month ( 2 hours walking per week). Completely disappointed. I think that the battery is not well engineered.5Lightweight and very brightQuick update after having this for 1.5 years:Still love this light. Still going strong. Used at least 3 or 4 times a week--running, camping, looking for things in dark nooks and crannies. The battery lasts a long time. I would not hesitate to buy this light.______________________I was looking for a lightweight headlamp to use for running. I have another headlamp that takes 3 AAA batteries. By the time I install the batteries, the headlamp is too heavy to run with. This Nitecore one solves my problem by being rechargeable. It is very lightweight, and very easy to adjust.The light itself is VERY bright. I'd suggest not pointing it at your running buddy's eyes. Tilt the light down a bit so you can illuminate the ground rather than blind your friend.5Get the NU25I bought the NU25 for a camping trip I'm having in a month. Great light, fast recharging, and long run time. Wanted to buy 2 more so to save money so I went with the NU20...read that it was only missing the red light which I didn't need anyways. Just received my NU 20 and it just appears a tad less bright when comparing side by side even though the lumens is listed as the same. This isn't one of those super bright 1000 lumen lights in the first place so every bit counts. Also things I knew already but in case you missed it the NU20 does not have a flood light, no internal locking feature although there is a small piece a plastic that does the job well on the NU20. I'm returning these for the NU253Fantastic Headlamp for camping and mechanic stuff.TL;DR: Buy this headlamp it's fantastic, the battery lasts a long time, the quality is high, it's tiny and weighs very little, it's super bright and has several brightness settings without 12 settings you don't need. The adjustable angle is nice.I use this thing mostly for working on motorcycles and cars. It's a great product. It's high quality, the battery lasts forever unless you leave it on full brightness for a long time, it's easy to charge, fit's in a pocket, etc. It's a great product for a great price. Taken it camping twice as well, and it lights up the whole forest. A standard battery pack (an Anker or whatever) will recharge it a half dozen times, but honestly it has yet to run out on a trip. Great buy, great quality.(No idea what "For working out" means on the review, but 5 stars why not? Are y'all working out in the dark?5Awesome headlamp, you can stop shopping now and pull the trigger on this one!The headlamp is decievingly lightweight, as bright if not brighter than most headlamps in the $35 and below range, including many 3x AAA powered units, and has an incredible runtime even on high. The turbo mode is great for checking something out fairly far, or for those off things you hear in the woods at night. The lower modes are perfect for up close work like reading a book, map, compass, or managing the stuff inside of your tent, or a car, or other small places. Let's talk about the beam of light itself here for a minute, it has an surprisingly wide beam, it has consistently outperformed headlamps from several other major manufacturers of headlamps in the same price range after comparing units between several friends and I. The lamp is as wide, or wider than several cob style lights, and certainly wider than any other single led emitter design of the headlamps my friends and I compared. The center spot is very even and very wide and useful as well. This thing will easily light up your trail at night, which is what I use it for; night hiking while rc rock crawling. On top of the already fairly long runtime, the light is charged via a silicone covered micro USB port, and can even be charged while the light is on. In playing around with the headlamp, I've found that even if it is totally dead, if you plug it into a appropriate power source (like a usb battery bank) it will immediately begin charging and was immediately fully usable (all modes) as long as I kept it plugged in. I plan on getting a right angle micro USB cable in case I need to recharge bit while wearing it on a hike. As for durability, I dropped it a couple of times onto hard tile on accident as well as gravel/rocks once and it doesn't even have any scratches. I've tested the headlamp under showerwater, and have hiked with it on during heavy rainfall, and have submerged it a couple of inches, and it has stood up to it all. Overall, this is an awesome headlamp, from a big name brand company whose products I trust, and compared to other products from other companies, I think this is the best value for money.A note about the seller Lumen Tactical. I've done business with them before, purchasing a nitecore pt12gt and olight s II r about two years ago. The batteries and flashlights I purchased from them are both still running and used regularly. If I'm not mistaken, Lumen Tactical is based out of Austin, Texas which is just an hour or so drive from where I reside, and have given me awesome customer service in the past, as I had called them directly previously, and they patiently helped me out over the phone, rushed my order to have it to me fast, and gave me a military discount. If I could do the order again, I'd probably call and see if they still have the discount, but prime is so easy to point and shoot when ordering things quickly.This was a long review on a simple and inexpensive headlamp, and if you've made it this far through my review, thank-you for reading and I sincerely hope the review was helpful.just to be clear, I paid full purchase price on my headlamp, and this review is not sponsored by anyone other than myself, I just think the headlamp and lumen tactical are actually worth writing about to spread the word to others.I attached an image I took of my rc rock crawler, Illuminated by this headlamp on high while out at night. Cheers!5Simple, crazy light-weight, smart button orderInitial Impression:Very Lightweight - Body without strap weighs in at exactly 1oz. I'm not sure you can beat that above 30 lumens, let alone 360/220. Bravo!Strap is actually 0.8oz, pretty comfortable and has plenty of extra to fit a helmet.Using a shock cord and a cinch doohicky, mine weighs 1.18oz, is almost as comfortable, easier to put on, but 1/4 of the bulk so that it fits in the little carrying locations it will be stuffed in during various outdoor activities while still allowing room for other things.Low Profile - Sits really close to my forehead, which I prefer, but I noticed that wearing it above the bill of my hat is not as useful as my previous Petzl Tikkina that stuck out enough to mostly shine on the trail. SILVER LINING: With the shock cord, it neatly tucks under the bill of my hat like it's not even there. That means that I can hike in the rain at night with a ball cap and a rain hood on; the hood can't cover the light and is forced to turn with the hat bill. That's ideal.Smart Button Design - Selecting the light intensity makes a lot of sense to have the lowest first. It to the next brightness without going dark first. If you want the 2nd or 3rd level, pressing rapidly doesn't activate any other modes either. If you're like me and turn your light on for just a moment, then back off when cooking and hanging out at camp, this behavior is highly preferable to most other lights that may start bright and then require holding to dim. Also, I can't stand when there is one button for high/spot and low/flood that alternates between the two each time it's on...while starting at the highest brightness every time. Sometimes, you just want to find the fire poker and turn it back off without blinding everyone. I can't overstate how happy this makes me to finally have a single LED light that operates this way.USB Lithium power is mandatory at this point. I'd prefer that the lithium battery be swappable with alkaline in a pinch IF I didn't carry a battery bank. I consider my phone to be my backup light, so the lack of replaceable batteries is a non-issue for me.As far as construction goes, there are no major weak points. The body appears to be a sealed unit. My first suspicion would be the charging port cover that doesn't have much of a sealing lip to it and would surely let water in. Hopefully it's sealed beyond the port and just needs the water blown out to charge. I don't plan on dunking the light on purpose, but it'll happen eventually.I'd recommend this light to anyone who prioritizes feather-light over crazy power or ruggedness. Great for thru-hikers if it holds up.5Great headlamp This thing is extremely bright, very light, and easy to use. I like that the switch is covered to it wont accidentally go on in my pack. I wish the battery lasted a bit longer in the brightest setting but I cant complain with the weight. If you take the plastic and headband off the light itself is only 0.87oz! 5Basic headlamp with good functionality.This is maybe my 3rd or 4th headlamp so I have a bit of experience. I wanted one that was small, light and portable for backpacking. This Nitecore worked out great for me. Three things I really like: 1) it has a guard over the on off switch so it doesn't get turned on in my pack by accident and run the battery down. 2) USB rechargeable 3) I REALLY like the way the switch works: you turn it on to the brightness you desire (low/med/hi). Then when you go to turn it off one click and it is off. All other headlamps I have had, you had to cycle all settings in order to turn it off. For example I have one very bright work headlamp that you have to push the button like 4 or 5 times just to get it to go off... A minor nuisance but OTOH just seems like poor design.For me, the normal setting is medium: low is pretty dim and high seems kinda bright for anything other than maybe reading a book or similar.Right now, I can't think of any negatives. A little pricey but I'd definitely buy again.5Initial impressions are very good, this thing is BRIGHT I bought this for walking the dog in the wee morning hours when it is still dark out, and for walking around the yard at night. This thing lights up the trees in the yards that are three houses down the street from mine! It casts a nice wide beam and really throws some light. It charged up quickly when it arrived. It is super lightweight and comfortable to wear. It is about half the size of other headlamps I've owned - I have no idea how it can be so much brighter, but I'm impressed. I've only used it a handful of times so far, but I'm feeling like this was a pretty good purchase. 5Like the Good Book says, "a lamp until my feet and a light until my path."I'm running the Ragnar Relay in a couple weeks, and needed a headlamp for the nighttime portion of my run. Well, I mean, I had a headlamp, and it has 5 modes: bright, brighter, brightest, flashy, and off. But the strap has never quite fit--the part that goes over the top of my head was too short, so it has the effect of pulling the whole lamp assembly off my head, unless I hook the part that goes around my head under my ears, which makes me look stupid. Plus, practicing running with it in the dark, it could light up the retroreflective signs along the way, but it wasn't really doing anything for me in the way of, oh, I don't know, actually illuminating the path where I'm about to put my feet?So I started researching headlamps, and there were a few that made it to various publications' Top Five lists. Nitecore was not actually among them. But I kept seeing the name pop up in the "you might also consider" sections of various online merchants. Then I read an article about how some author was ditching his (competitor) headlamp for a Nitecore NU25. So I started looking at that model. But then I thought, "I should see what other models Nitecore makes, and whether another model might actually meet my needs better." Which ultimately led me to the NU20. The NU20 is a few bucks less than the NU25, and the biggest difference, as far as I could tell, was that the NU20 doesn't include a red light mode. I don't figure I need that.So what makes me give this product 5 stars? Well, first of all, there's the brightness. Oh man! I ran in the dark with this baby on its medium setting, and it was way brighter than my old headlamp on its highest setting. Next, there's the weight factor: there almost isn't any! The strap weighs slightly more than the light unit itself, and when it's on your head, because it's so light, it stays wherever you put it. Weightier light units without the strap that goes over the top of your head can bounce around as you run. This one just sits tight, pointing wherever you turn your head. Finally, there's the convenience factor: if it runs low on power, you plug the USB cable in, and juice it up. No carrying a bunch of extra batteries around with ya.It's not without its flaws. One thing that bugs me about it is that it's so bright that it REALLY illuminates objects that venture into its light cone. If you're running at night, there are likely going to be gnats and moths flitting about. When I waved my pasty hand in front of my face to fan them out of my breath-intake region, my hand lit up like an airport runway, reflecting nearly blinding light into my irises. It's nice to have a bright light illuminating your way, but it's not so nice to be blinded by it accidentally!Additionally, there are other light modes beyond "bright, brighter, brightest, off." There's an SOS feature (why??) that you can activate by long-pressing the on-off switch. There appear to be other features too, but the manual is printed in such small print that it's hard for a guy with presbyopia to figure out what they are and how to activate them.This isn't the most fully-featured headlamp, but it does what I need it to, and it does it well, without a lot of fanfare, or a huge price tag.5As Good As It GetsI can't say enough good things about this headlamp. Super light and has a rechargeable lithium ion battery while the the other guys still use nicad. Also around half the price of the competition, which ain't bad either.5
Nitecore NU20 360 Lumens Rechargeable Lightweight LED Headlamp with Lumen Tactical Adapter and USB Cable

Nitecore NU20 360 Lumens Rechargeable Lightweight LED Headlamp with Lumen Tactical Adapter and USB Cable

4.7
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AU$ 105.60
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AU$ 105.60
Regular price
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