In the summer of 2019, Fenix launched its HM65R model, which is a seven-mode, 1,400 lumens, magnesium case, USB-C rechargeable model with a strong impact resistance and weather resistance rating. Now, after 18 months and hundreds of five-star reviews, the Littleton, Colorado company announced the launch of a new and improved version of the HM65R headlamp with Fenix HM65R-T.
The redesigned T-spec retains the original magnesium alloy casing, 6.6 drop rating, and USB-C port, but thanks to the use of the Luminus SST40 LED transmitter, it now provides an extra 100 lumens and an amazing 558′ beam distance. Now, the dust and water resistance level reaches IP68, and a lifetime warranty is provided. The 3.21oz HM65R-T can operate at extreme temperatures from -31°F to 113°F (or -35°C to 45°C). More importantly, its 18,650mAh battery has a maximum battery life of 24 hours, which can be monitored by a five-light LED indicator, the rotating head can tilt the beam down to 60 degrees, and the polymer button with a lock switch prevents light It is opened from the time it is placed in a bag or pocket. However, the biggest update is undoubtedly the addition of a newly designed widened hollow headband, which is now fixed through the BOA accessory system. The Fenix HM65R-T magnesium outdoor headlight is available now, priced at $100. Click here for more details.