Mammut T-Peak LED Headlamp

Closeouts. Mammut's T-Peak LED headlamp is ideal for a range of low-light activities, with flood, dual or spotlight settings and a bright 90-lumen output.

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  • Reviewed by VanMan from Vancouver, BC on Friday, March 07, 2014
    The light is bright and there are a good number of brightness options. It is light and low profile. The biggest issue is that it is impossible to turn on in gloves (this is a big one if it's cold out). Even with gloves off, it is very difficult to click the membrane switch twice in a row fast enough to turn it on and I have to take it off my head in order to turn it on. When you cycle through all the brightness options, the next click turns it off, so then off the head it goes again, gloves off and trying to click twice within a second with frozen fingers....
  • Reviewed by azuresky from S, K on Friday, January 03, 2014
    if under $20, very good.
  • Reviewed by Outdoors when I can from Denver on Thursday, November 07, 2013
    Its light is bright, and you have brightness options and a blinker, but use is not intuitive: It requires 2 clicks to turn on, then weird combinations of time and clicks to utilize all its features.

    Maybe I'm just dense.

    The thin plastic connector joining the battery door and the lamp broke right away.

    The 2 click/on is annoying. Price was not.
  • Reviewed by jacky from korea on Tuesday, October 29, 2013
    Very good product at an affordable price to purchase and happiness.
    Recommendation
  • Reviewed by early morning jogger from New Jersey on Thursday, October 24, 2013
    I used headlamps for walking and jogging in the dark. I have used three headlamps over the years. One is a Petz and the other two are Mammut's. The Petz is very reliable but not bright enough for running. The first Mammut died when it got wet (my fault). The T-Peak model is wonderfully bright and has a number of different modes (narrow, wide, bright, flashing, rescue). The elastic band is rather large although on the small setting it fits very well. If you must have one of these on your head then you have to get used to the feeling - not great - but better than not going out in the dark.
  • Reviewed by JHS from Ma on Tuesday, October 01, 2013
    Very bright, but a bit tricky to turn on (you have to hit the switch repetitively to turn it on).
  • Reviewed by kyriverman from ky on Monday, September 23, 2013
    This is good headlamp for the money.You will not be disatisfied.
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