light, wall charging station, headlamp mount, flashlight mount, rail mount, case
Overall I am very impressed with the HeadSpin Light…
Source: tested or reviewed it for the manufacturer (Kept it)
Overall I am very impressed with the HeadSpin Light System. I have the feeling that I am just starting to discover all of the functions, features, and uses.
- Super bright light
- Super soft light
- Outlet and USB rechargeable
- Nice design
- Quality construction
- I'd like to see a red and maybe a green light
- I'd like the buttons to be a little more tactile
I was immediately impressed with the HeadSpin Light System when it arrived in the mail. When I unboxed the product I discovered that it was contained within a sturdy semi-hard case. There were five easily identifiable pieces within the kit—the light head, a handle, a headband, a bicycle mount, and a wall charging plug. There was also an instruction manual, sticker, and USB cord. The system is very intuitive to use.
The light head is the primary unit that can be combined with the accessories to form multifunctional lights. I'm a fan of good design and I liked the rounded square form of the light head. It has four buttons on top. One button turns on the unit. One button increases or decreases the intensity of the light. One button switches the light pattern from wide to spot. And one button switches the light to a flashing strobe.
I received the light system just prior to my trip, so I wasn't able to charge the unit at home. One of the great advantages of this product is that it is a rechargeable light with a lithium ion battery. I took the entire kit in the car and charged it with the included USB cable plugged into the car socket. The USB cable can also be plugged in to any portable power bank. The light is Universal 110V-240V. By the time that we reached our destination, the unit was charged. This came in handy as we set up our tents in the middle of the night.
The next day we hung the HeadSpin light in a tree above our camp kitchen and used it like a lantern to cook. The soft wide light provided great lighting for camp chores.
I also used the light for walking on some trails. Typically I used the lowest setting, because this light is bright. I played around with the higher settings but my friends kept asking me to turn it down because it was too bright. Hahaha, too bright. See the demo video.
I only used the light system with the headband accessory. I didn't use the handle nor the bike attachment. I think that the handle would be useful around the house. I think that bike attachment plus the headband attachment would be great for a bike packing trip. One could attach the light to the bike's handlebar when riding. Then disconnect it and spin it onto the headband for other activities.
So who might like this light system? Anyone that likes multi-functional lights. I think that I'll find use for it around the house. It would also be useful to keep within a vehicle. This would be ideal for bikepacking. Hunters might like the intensity of the light, but I'm guessing that they would like a red light added. And of course it would always be useful for camping. If you are in to overloading where you need a reliable, rechargeable bright light this product would be a no brainer. The ability to charge the light from a variety of sources makes this a game changer for me.
- Headlight: 2.2oz / 62.36g
- Headlamp mount: 1.7oz / 48.19g
- Flashlight mount: 3.9oz / 110.56g
- Rail/Bike mount: 1.0oz / 28.35g
I first used the light around my house. I took the light on a road trip. And I used it during a three-day camping trip.