The product serves its purpose. Good throw of light and better adjustment for various angles. The power button could have been much better rather than the rubber one, the battery case locking and angle adjustment locking gives the feel that the product might give away any moment so not ideal for rough handling. The adjustable head strap gives an uncomfortable feeling if not placed over a head gear. These would have earned one more star for the product. all in all ideal cost effective product that serves it purpose.
Good throw of light amazing angle and cost
strap more click type locking system
Best possible combination of visibility ,sturdy head fit , replaceable AA cells ,very durable . You can wrap around your hands by straps .Used for 2 yrs .Outstanding product !
pretty okay till now
easy to handle
the battery flap keeps on opening up
I have used it for a full night, the focus is very nice. Also its perfect for hiking.
Have been using the 50 headlamp for over 2 years in a average of every forth-night.
Good price for the durability of Led light and rough use. uses AA batteries which are easy to find, i have been using the rechargeable at times, never had a complaint.
After 2 years of rough use the nylon/elastic belt has now lost tension and the swivel locks drop the headlamp down even in a slight movement. the bulb and it body has a long way from retirement...using now in my car for emergency without the worry of any breakdown or battery change. the lock for battery compartment is simple . the switch operation is still strong.
For its price, this headlamp is worth its weight in gold. There are a certain number of things one looks for in a good headlamp:
1. Is it comfortable?
The Onnight 50 is by far the most comfortable headlamp I've used. The headboard that fits on the user's forehead is padded and shaped in a way that you don't even feel it.
2. Is it sturdy?
Now this depends on what you're buying it for. I found it to be ideal for treks and a bit of night-time bouldering. The adjustable straps allow it to fit on any head size and once fitted, it does not shake or quiver most headlamps do.
3. Is it bright?
I would say this is adequately bright for any outdoor activity(it even shines in daytime). The focus is clear and the spread is comfortably large for even the people following you on a trail.
4. How good is the range?
The range as it says on the box is 15 metres. Although, personally I like to keep it pointed at 45 degrees and that lights up an area of about 10-15 feet ahead of me which I'm more than comfortable with.
Possibly not suited for altitude exceeding 18000 ft or temperatures dipping below freezing point. It doesn't say so on the pack, and this is just my guess.
Overall, if you're looking to buy a headlamp, do not hesitate to buy the Onnight 50. Quechua. Never. Disappoints.
We use this torch in the garden at night attending to our rabbits. The security light goes off before we are finished feeding, them. Make things easier when you have both hands free.
The adjustable strap