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.
Petzl’s Tactikka Core is a compact, rechargable headlamp with multiple beam for proximity and distance vision. It also features red lighting to ensure stealth. It is compatible with mounting accessories so it can be attached to any kind of helmet.
Klein Tools’ rechargeable, auto-off head lamp has a light sensor that detects when the unit is in bright light and, after three minutes, automatically turns it off to save battery. It also has a bracketed strap to remove the light for recharging and a silicone strap to secure the headlamp on a hard hat for no-slip, no-stretch use.