Loved by runners, the H2 Belt Light is perfect for running or hiking no matter what the condition. The ipx7 waterproof light belt is built with a super comfortable high quality 1.5 inch elastic belt. The low profile light illuminates a full 180 degrees so you get all you peripheral vision while on the move. Due to the unique design there is no bouncing light effect - the kind you would experience while wearing a traditional single beam light and running. Rather than a small focused beam that shifts up and down with every stride, the H2 light belt provides a consistent broad spectrum of light. After a long run easily remove the light and battery back so that the belt can be washed as needed.
- 100% waterproof (ipx7)
- 6 oz
- Everything is easily removable - swap battery packs or wash the belt.
- 360 lumens on high - 180 lumens on low
- 3 brightness settings - high, low and flash
- Battery time - 3 hrs on high, 7 hrs on low, 15+ flash
- Every light comes in a rip stop, light diffusing draw string bag that can be used as and hanging lantern or carry bag.
- Belt light, belt and headband
- 1 Rechargeable Battery
- USB charging cord
- Rip stop, light diffusing draw string lantern bag
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H2 Belt Light
I run in the dark every morning and my light gets lots of use. After just over a year, the cable detached from the led strip. Thankfully One80 did not hesitate to replace it.
Versatile light for everyone...can use it as a waist light, a headlamp, a camp latern. And very affordable! Great customer service.
I hike and backpack at night, and the One80 belt light was exactly what I was looking for. It provides a bright, wide field of light, and wearing it above my waist solves problems like hat brims that block light and light glare down onto my glasses. It also works well when you're wearing a backpack hip belt. My hiking buddies like it because I don't blind them when I look at them--and it gives them plenty of light, too. The belt, light, and battery pack weigh 5.3 oz on my scale. That's not ultralight, but for what you get, it's worth the slightly higher weight compared to a traditional headlamp. I've used this light on a couple hikes, and the light strip and battery pack have stayed in place just fine. I do wonder if the cable to the battery pack will get snagged on something while I'm hiking, but so far I haven't had any problems. There are other, less expensive lights out there, but the One80 is more versatile (velcro attachment lets you easily switch light colors, rechargeable battery pack), it has more lumens, and it's waterproof (a big deal when you're backpacking).
H2 Belt Light