200
Lumen

Petzl Bindi 200 Lumens Headlamp

200 Lumens max. output / 50 hrs max. battery life / Internal Rechargeable Battery
Weighs 33g
Code: AW17560
  • £52.99
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UOG TOP PICK - Petzl Bindi Headlamp - Best package for weight, size and power - We've singled out Petzl's Bindi  Headlamp because it is ultralight and ultra compact with a powerful 100 lumens output. That's huge for a lamp of this weight making it ideal for keeping in your pack for emergency situations or using as a running piece.

 The new Bindi Headlamp from Petzl is really powerful and unbelievably lightweight. A great little head torch to keep in your pack as an emergency or an ideal running piece. At such a low weight is is extremely comfortable to wear and lights up your path to keep you going long after dark.

Petzl says:

Ultra-light, rechargeable headlamp designed for everyday uses. 200 lumens

Ultra-light at 35 g, the BINDI headlamp fits in the palm of your hand. With 200 lumens of power, it is ideal for everyday activities and regular training around town or in the mountains. Convenient charging via USB cable. The thin headband adjusts easily and can also be worn around the neck.

Petzl's Bindi Headlamp gives an unbelievably strong beam of light for such an ultralight weight light. It provides you with up to 200 Lumens on the maximum setting, 100 Lumens on medium and 5 Lumens on the lowest setting, plus some extra flashing and red light settings. All of this comes in a ridiculous 33g package!

The thin elasticated headband is much more comfortable than expected even for running and it is easily adjusted to stay in place. The light itself can be moved by swiveling it but it is also firm enough that it doesn't move around when walking or running.

The small size and water resistant casing mean that it has a small USB charge cable but this is easy to use and with a bit of planning means the use of batteries is bypassed. It charges up pretty quickly and the battery life is good for such a small head torch. On full beam the battery lasts just 2 hours but even when running at night I found that 200 Lumens was overkill so swapping between the medium and low beam, depending on the terrain, was all I needed and the battery would last for well over 5 hours.

- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear

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UOG TOP PICK - Petzl Bindi Headlamp - Best package for weight, size and power - We've singled out Petzl's Bindi  Headlamp because it is ultralight and ultra compact with a powerful 100 lumens output. That's huge for a lamp of this weight making it ideal for keeping in your pack for emergency situations or using as a running piece.

  • Compact and ultra-light
  • Headlamp charges via micro USB port
  • Three lighting modes: proximity, movement and distance
  • Red lighting preserves night vision and keeps from blinding others during group activities
  • Two LOCK functions to avoid accidentally turning it on
  • Headlamp can be tilted upward for seeing ahead when it is worn around the neck
  • Weight: 33g
  • Light output: 200 lumens
  • Beam pattern: flood
  • Energy: 680 mAh rechargeable battery
  • Certification(s): CE
  • Watertightness: IP X4 (weather resistant)

Lighting modes

  • Max Autonomy (white light): 5 lumens / 6 metres / 50 hours
  • Standard (white light): 100 lumens / 23 metres / 3 hours
  • Max Power (white light): 200 lumens / 36 metres / 2 hours
  • Proximity (red light): 1 lumens / 2.5 metres / 33 hours
  • Strobe (red light): visible at 400 m for 200 h
  • Reserve mode (white light): 3 lumens for 1.5 hours
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Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 3 ratings.
November 1, 2020 | Alone in the dark
Great little head torch

Had to walk part of the 2 Moors way in the dark due to misjudging the distance of my walk and making a long detour with Storm Alex forcing me off the Dartmoor high ground. I had already used the torch for one night wild camping high up and after getting a bit lost and had to navigate down some Dartmoor lanes on a pitch black night to re-orientate myself as I wasn't sure where I was. I kept it on 5 lumens as other setting was too bright and was dazzling me reflecting back off the wet road. I made it to my next destination after several hrs of walking in the dark, no street lamps or stars, no buildings for miles and low cloud blocking moonlight and providing torrential rain. It had plenty of power left for another night's camp. I returned home after another night's wild camping near Chagford with still half a charge left. Easy to carry a small power bank for longer trips, probably would have one for your phone anyway on a multi day hike. The 5 lumens is perfect for cooking in your tent and around camp and lasts up to 50hrs. I also had an elite for back up but didn't need it. I bought this to replace my old Primus amp race lite which at 200g was just too bulky. I am really pleased with the Petzl Bindi.

Ultralight Outdoor Gear Limited
September 17, 2019 | Rockin Rob
Perfect compromise for ultralight

I had the Petzl e+lite and thought it was great - super light, super small and really useful around camp/in a tent. Then I spoke to some friends who had to abandon a wild camp at night because of wind and come down off the mountain in the dark. The thought of having to do this with the e+light was no good. Then I saw this Bindi light and it resolves all those concerns. For an extra 7 grams, it's just as small to store, easy to use and perfectly adequate for seeing where you are going in the wild. A couple of hours on full power should be enough to get you out of trouble and you can extend that to 3 hours at 100 lumens. If you need to go further than that then you probably have a spare light of some kind and/or you will have a rest break where you can plug it into a charger pack. Love this light.

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