All of our headlamps are made from High Strength Aluminium, which is anodized in Suprabeam's signature colour Suprabeam grey. Using aluminum has many advantages; it gives a sturdy and durable torch, that can withstand being used. Our aluminum head also works as a big heat-sink, ensuring that the LED is being cooled properly
The High quality of craftsmanship going in to our headlamps, ensures that our products always perform as they were intended to do. A smooth sliding focus, a solid metal switch, highly efficient optics, ripped ergonomic handle ensuring you a firm grip. All of the things combined is what makes a Suprabeam.
The switch inside a Suprabeam headlamp is first grade electronics, ensuring a long lifetime and correct functionality every time.
The switch is metal button placed underneath the head, allowing you to step through the light modes easily, even with gloves on. The different light functions are controlled by ILC = Intelligent Light Control
Discover more about the ILC functionality by switching between the tabs above.
Max = Maximum output allowed by battery and LED
Standard = Start level, a medium light output
Dimmer = Dim your light to the prefered output
Memory = Remembers your latest output level
Transportation lock = Locks your headlamp, so it cant turn on during transportation
When the battery reaches the last 10% of its total capacity, its integrated Battery Reserve feature automatically fades the light down to approximately
10-15% of the headlamps maximum lumens output.
This way you will get a visual notification, that the battery is low, and you will always know, when it is time to find a new battery or start heading home. With at least 40-80 lumens available in battery reserve for up to 30-60 minutes, depending on the rechargeable headlamp model.
Save Money - While rechargeable batteries cost more initially, they can be reused hundreds of times and last for years, if used properly.
Protect the Environment - Batteries contain corrosive materials and heavy metals. Their manufacture, transportation and disposal can impair human health and the environment- In California, batteries are banned from landfills and must be either recycled or handled as hazardous waste. Using rechargeable batteries greatly reduces the number of overall batteries required and disposed of.
Conserve Resources, Prevent Waste - Because rechargeable batteries can be used over and over, far fewer need to be manufactured and transported than when using single-use disposable batteries.
Proper usage and safe handling of lithium batteries.