Yesterday, the Fenix ​​HP Series headlamp series was expanded with the new Fenix ​​HP40H LED headlamp. The new headlamp was developed primarily for use in hunting, its key distinguishing feature is the presence of a separate red LED of increased power and with the ability to adjust the intensity of the glow.


The Fenix ​​HP40H headlamp is made in a sealed housing made of plastic and aluminum, the LED protects the thick glass with anti-reflective coating. The overall tightness of the housing meets the IPX-6 standard. Inside the case, a white Cree XP-G2 R5 and a red Cree XP-E2 LED are installed with a maximum output of 450 and 150 lumens, respectively, and a glow range of 110 and 105 meters. There are two independent control buttons for turning on/off, blocking, and switching between brightness modes.


The headlamp features five modes of operation for the white LED, including SOS and Burst modes (450 lm/3 hours), and three modes for the red LED with a maximum duration of up to 40 hours, provided that only the minimum brightness mode of 25 lumens is involved. The flashlight is powered by four AA batteries, which are placed in a separate sealed box.


The new Fenix ​​HP40H headlamp should be available in the coming weeks with an estimated retail price of around $70.

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