Nightstick’s XPR-5562GX Dicata USB-rechargeable headlamp has a heavy-duty rubber strap for hard hat use. It features a focused high/low-brightness spotlight beam for distance illumination and an unfocused high/low-brightness wide-beam floodlight for close-up illumination.
Nightstick’s XPR-5554G USB rechargeable dual-light headlamp features an adjustable tilting head powered by an integrated Li-polymer rechargeable battery for extended runtime. It has a rubber hardhat strap, an elastic nonslip headband and a stainless-steel clip backplate. The dual, top-mounted switches provide a high or low spotlight for distance and a high or low floodlight for close-up illumination.
Petzl’s Duo S rechargeable multibeam headlamp runs on a rechargeable battery. It has five lighting modes: close-range work, proximity, movement, rapid movement and long-range vision. It allows those working in a group to face each other without blinding one another.
Petzl’s Swift RL Pro rechargeable 900-lumen headlamp has a sensor that analyzes ambient light and automatically adjusts brightness to user requirements. It also has red lighting. The five-level gauge allows precise monitoring of the battery charge level. It features a lock function to avoid accidentally turning on the lamp during transit or storage and for locking lighting settings during activity.
Makita’s 18V LXT lithium-ion LED headlamp adjusts from 0 degrees to 90 degrees. It provides 33 hours of continuous illumination on a single charge. The nonslip rubber strap keeps the lamp head securely attached to hard hats. The battery holder features a built-in clip for attaching to a belt.
Petzl’s Pixa Z1 headlamp features a multibeam for close-range work, movement and long-range vision. The storage position protects the headlamp lens and prevents inadvertently turning it on. It can be worn on the head, attached to a helmet with a mounting plate or placed on the ground. The rotating knob is ergonomic.