Spark SG5-CW CREE XM-L2 T6 280 Lumen Cool White Headlamp 1 x AA or 1 x 14500

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Spark SG5-CW CREE XM-L2 T6 280 Lumen Cool White Headlamp 1 x AA or 1 x 14500

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The SG5-CW, a new headlamp from Spark, is the perfect light for all your hands-free illumination needs. With a Maximum 280 Lumens and Minimum of 1 Lumen, this light will surely cover any task in the field, or around the house.


  • Super Output - 280 Lumen (.9hr)
  • Max Output - 110 Lumen (2.8hr)
  • Medium-High Output - 40 Lumen (9hr)
  • Medium-Low Output - 8 Lumen (32hr)
  • Min Output - 1 Lumen (10days)
  • Aluminum alloy material with Class III hard anodized finishing
  • SCHOTT Ultra clear lens
  • IPX8 Waterproof
  • Weight - 40g without battery
  • Length - 80mm
  • Diameter - 24mm
  • Battery - 1 x AA or 1 x 14500
  • Cool White Tint

Additional Information

Model SG5-CW
Manufacturer Spark
Body Color Black
Infinite Ouput Adjustment No
Switch Type Reverse
Strobe No
Weight (grams) No
Programmable No
Compatible Batteries 1 x AA/14500
LED Tint Cool
Holster Included No
Beacon No
Body Material Aluminum


Customer Reviews 1 item(s)

Best value for your money
This is one pretty practical headlamp for both camping and jungle trial. Despite a tad longer than the competitor, I fond its size better for holding in the hand. Simply put, with the optional len, you are having two (spot & flood) for the price of one! A winning marketing plot. I prefer "floody" at camp site, "spot" on the jungle trial. Another "advantage" is the no nonsence lighting mode, low to high and double click to super mode, this is extremely practical unlike others that have to flumbling thro all levels to get the desire mode, and the button surely worn out faster. The employment of AA & 14500 batteries is the most practical for extended camping. Using the floody by hanging on the branches, it can light up dinner area for ten persons in a circle, the spot can light up for three persons walking side by side.
Review by FONGKONG / (Posted on 3/27/2014)