The Lighthouse Beacon 1000 LED headlamp is breaking new ground in lighting. A fully adjustable, durable, and affordable headlamp, outdoor enthusiasts are making the most of this product. However, its appeal doesn’t end there. With the Lighthouse Beacon 1000, things are looking brighter not only for outdoorsman but also for people who work in industries like plumbing, electrical, pest control, contracting and many “fix-it” related jobs where the headlamp is proving itself useful.
“I have been using head lamps for over 5 years and this is the only one I have liked,” says Lighthouse Beacon 1000 LED headlamp user David Laverdiere. “It works perfectly! It is obviously constructed so well and the light is so bright (on the high setting) that I began using it to inspect and work in the chimney industry. I would not dare use any of my previous headlamps for that job. So far it has proven to be very durable and I’m still on my first set on batteries! I’m going to buy one for each of my employees.”
This sturdy, lightweight headlamp is made from aluminum alloy and ABS for lasting durability. With a push of a button the headlamp can be switched between high, low, and strobe mode and with an adjustable beam it is possible to focus in on a narrow point or expand for wide vision. The headlamp incorporates a Cree XM-L T6 LED bulb with a 100,000 hour lifespan and the three AA batteries required to operate the lamp will run for approximately 33 hours continuously before needing replacing; this is very economical compared with other lesser quality headlamps.
The Outdoor Pro Gear Lighthouse Beacon 1000 LED headlamp comes in three color choices: red, black, and blue. Available on Amazon.com, currently Outdoor Pro Gear is running a special promotion, discounting this popular headlamp to $39.99. This is a limited time offer and customers are rapidly taking advantage of this deal.
Frequently working in challenging situations, award-winning director of photography Paul Murray is all too familiar with lighting problems. Having enough light to set up for photo shoots in the dark can be difficult. Holding a flashlight isn’t practical because hands are needed free to arrange the set and the illumination isn’t effective. For these reasons many photographers in this situation use headlamps. With plenty of options it can be difficult to find the right headlamp. Many are poorly constructed and don’t function effectively. However, Mr. Murray swears by the highly popular LED Lighthouse Beacon 1000 from Outdoor Pro Gear.
“Many of our call times are early morning and we have to set up our equipment in the dark. This headlamp seems to be 10 times brighter than the little ones most people wear and much more comfortable. And I like the fact you can adjust the beam’s focus so that you can hold something in your hands and work on it or adjust the lamp to shine out at the equipment you’re setting up”, states Mr. Murray.
The lightweight and sturdy Outdoor Pro Gear Lighthouse Beacon 1000 LED headlamp is constructed from aero aluminum alloy and ABS. The adjustable beam is complemented by convex len-focusing to deliver an even intensity of light across the entire range, ensuring visual clarity. Mr. Murry is so impressed with the quality of this headlamp that he has brought extras for his crew and for use around the home:
“Every time I go on a shoot, crew people use all of my extra headlamps. I have bought 10 so far. I’d advise you to buy at least five because every one of your friends who sees it will want their own. I use it at home to be able to read tiny directions on medication bottles and in my handyman tasks under the house. So glad I bought them.”
The Outdoor Pro Gear Lighthouse Beacon 1000 LED headlamp is sold on Amazon.com. It is operated using three AA batteries, which will provide 33 hours of continuous lighting. Available in a range of colors, the Outdoor Pro Gear Lighthouse Beacon 1000 LED headlamp is currently discounted to more than half the normal retail price. This special offer is only available for a limited time.
Stacy Skaggs is the host of the television show “In the Crosshairs Hunting” and a Pro-staffer with Northern Michigan Outfitters. Recently, he was sent one of Outdoor Pro Gear’s Lighthouse Beacon 1000 (LHB-1000) headlamps to test. He’s not normally a fan of headlamps because they’re not comfortable and they aren’t bright enough to do what he wants them to do. But that all changed when he turned on the LHB-1000.
In this video, Stacy walks us through his month-long field-testing of the LHB-1000 and what conclusions he reached. Well worth the watch if you’ve been thinking about buying one.