Armytek Wizard Pro Headlamp XHP50

(1 customer review)


Inevitably I am always the last man to arrive and set up camp on our excursions and it is usually in the dark. When I say dark, I mean dark. The Armytek Wizard Pro acts not only as a headlamp but can be hung high to light a large area. With a beam distance of 130 meters, I can see quite clearly. This light can run 200 days on one battery; withstands all kinds of weather; and high impact which describes most of my trips.

The same 2300 lumen Wizard headlamp you love but with a built in battery and magnetic USB charger! Charge this baby up from virtually anywhere!



The Armytek Wizard Pro Headlamp. One of the brightest headlamps on the market.

Amazingly powerful Cree XHP50, 2300 LED lumen brightness powered by only one 18650 Li-Ion battery

  • Rechargeable headlamp with magnetic USB charger
  • Multi-flashlight “10 in 1″ is for many activities: car, fishing, hunting, home, work, city, picnic, bike, outdoor, travel
  • Efficient TIR-optics and no “tunnel vision” effect even after continuous use
  • Warning Indication of low battery level and real-time temperature control
  • Side switch for comfortable one-hand operation and easy modes switching with advanced operation
  • Multicolor State Indication and ultra low current drain in OFF-state – more than 25 years
  • Solid body without long wires, weak rubber connectors and unnecessary boxes
  • Magnet in the tailcap, removable clip and possibility of tail-stand for multipurpose use
  • Total protection from water, dirt and dust penetration – flashlight continues to work even at the depth of 10 meters

Additional information

Armytek Light Colour

Warm, White

1 review for Armytek Wizard Pro Headlamp XHP50

  1. Bill

    This is the best and brightest flashlight I’ve ever owned. With the included accessories, you can use it as a regular headlamp, hook it onto your ball cap, attach it on your arm or wrist, or hang it from a branch. The strong magnet at the base of the light gives you additional versatility in how you use it.
    The flashlight has several intensity settings, from the lowest I-don’t-want-to-wake-anybody-up-when-I-sneak-out-to-pee to the highest I-wonder-what-I-just heard-crashing-through-the-bush-across-the-lake.
    It recharges via a USB cable and a magnetic coupling, to eliminate a potential weak point or leak path. I took it out on a four-night trip and the battery was still going great. From the specs it should last forever, but if you’re worried about it running down, you can always bring a USB powerbank to recharge it.
    It’s waterproof.

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