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About Mammut T-Base LED Headlamp

Closeouts. Nighttime bike riding, walking, hiking and camp set up is made safe and easy with Mammut's T-Base LED headlamp, featuring two LED lights with mid, high and flashing settings.


Specs about Mammut T-Base LED Headlamp

  • Type: Headlamp
  • Illumination type: LED
  • Light output: 30 lumens
  • Run time (High): 40 hours
  • Run time (Low): 80 hours
  • Max distance: 65'
  • Light modes: High/low/flashing
  • Batteries: 3 AAA
  • Batteries included: Yes
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 1-1/2x2-1/2x1-1/4"
  • Weight: 2.5 oz.
  • Material: Composite with elastic headband
  • Made in China
  • US shipments only


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3.235294 5 Overall Rating: 3.2 Based on 17 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by northstar from Wisconsin on Friday, October 25, 2013
I find this to be lightweight, bright and comfortable to wear. I like the "double click on" feature to prevent accidental battery drainage in my pack. I was able to open the battery compartment with my fingers so no tool needed on the trail. Three triple A batteries are easier to come by than wat... Read More
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  • Reviewed by Todd from the Deep South on Wednesday, December 31, 2014
    Bought a couple of these for $8.65 to replace a couple of Princeton tec lamps my kids wore out. I have used a half dozen lamps by Princeton tec over the last 12 years so these were sort of disappointing. Although the price eased that.

    Fit and finish is can be described as "made in china." Light is fine.

    The plastic strap in the battery compartment that people complain about is an easy fix: cut it out. That would, however, leave the door free to escape to somewhere unreachable should you drop the lamp and the door fly off. The door barely clips on and might be saved by the headstrap routing, might not.

    Bottom line: if you can get this for under $10, for your kids or just to use around the house, it will be fine

    If you are looking for something to use in the backcountry or it's more than $10, I would steer clear.

  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by DFS from Kent, OH on Tuesday, December 30, 2014
    The title pretty much sums it up, very cheaply made junk. The flimsy feeling, the batteries do not stay in place with battery door on. Slightest bump and batteries no longer make contact with terminals. Would not recommend.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Pman21 from Montana on Thursday, December 4, 2014
    This headlamp works good for running. The beam is circular and illuminates the road or trail 5' to 15' ahead well.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jenny from Shawano, WI on Thursday, November 27, 2014
    Didn't expect that the button would be flush with the light. and it had 3 different settings, very bright.
    didn't get to really use it yet, but like it the little I have
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tammy from Duluth, MN on Wednesday, October 29, 2014
    This is a great effective headlamp without spending a lot of scratch. It works perfect for what I want it for which is a cross country skiing outing or going and back and forth through a forest late evening in the summer at the cabin. Very happy with it. Love the LED lights and ease of going from low to high beams. Lightweight.

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About Mammut

Mammut is a Swiss-based producer of high-quality mountaineering, climbing and trekking equipment. The company’s history actually dates back to the mid-1800’s, beginning with a single rope maker named Kaspar Tanner. By the 1940’s, the brand had officially adopted the mammoth logo and name. Originally specializing in Mammut ropes, the well-known alpine gear company eventually grew its product line to include mountaineering boots, crampons, harnesses and hardware. By the 1990’s, the product selection had grown even further to include Mammut jackets, pants, sleeping bags, Mammut packs and a host of other premium-quality essentials for the outdoor enthusiast.