7 Best Headlamps for the Money 2019

This review is for those people who want to spend the night in a dark forest or decided to hike, and for people who are looking for the best headlamp for the money. Wherever you go, you need a light that will not let you go astray.

That’s why I created this review about the best headlamps of 2019, each of headlamps that are listed below can make your fascinating journey even more interesting. In this review, I decided to choose models suitable for bicycle travelers, trekking, running, walking, working, etc.


Best Headlamps for the Money


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Black Diamond Icon Headlamp

Best Headlamp for the Money No.1: Black Diamond Icon

Rating: 8.2/10

Battery Type: 4 AA | Max output (Lumens): 500

Price: under $100

The Black Diamond Icon headlamp has a brightness of 500 lumens. You can adjust the beam’s range and choose the brightness and modes among which the strobe, night vision, and lock modes. The design of this headlamp is modern and unique and this is the best headlamp for hiking and hunting. It will provide you with a high intensity of light and the Black Diamond Icon has a waterproof casing with IP67 class. The price for this headlamp is under $100. The Black Diamond Icon headlamp is ideal for camping, hiking, hunting, and trail running.

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Fenix HP25R

Best Headlamp for the Money No.2: Fenix HP25R

Rating: 9.0/10

Battery Type: 18650 Rechargeable Battery | Max output (Lumens): 1000

Price: under $100

This is the brightest and stylish headlamp that is available now on the market. If you want to get a good headlamp and you do not care about the duration of its work from one charge, then you should definitely pay attention to the Fenix HP25R. This amazing headlamp will help you find the way even on the darkest night. However, the battery keeps the charge not as long as it would be desirable.

Also, the weight of this headlight is quite heavy (Weight: 183.5 grams excluding battery) compared to other models. But despite all, the design of this headlamp is quite attractive, and the design is reliable and what is more important – this headlamp is super bright.

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Petzl Nao Plus Headlamp

Best Headlamp for the Money No.3: Petzl Nao Plus

Rating: 8.9/10

Battery type: Rechargeable 2600 mAh Lithium-Ion battery  | Max output (Lumens): 750

Price: under $200

This model is an updated version of the headlamp PETZL TIKKA RXP. As you know, the old version could not boast of a replaceable battery. In this version, it is fixed. This model also boasts such new features as Bluetooth and brightness adjustment, custom profiles, which makes it convenient for users. The Petzl Nao Plus headlamp is feature-rich so check it out. So, I can say that this is one of the best headlamps for 2018. Ideal for mountaineering and hunting.

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Princeton Tec Remix Headlamp

Best Headlamp for the Money No.4: Princeton Tec Remix

Rating: 8.5/10

Battery type: 3 AAA  | Max output (Lumens): 150

Price: under $50

This model is best suited for trekking and for hunting. It is a convenient headlamp, and it is worthy to be among the best headlamps for the money. It’s simple and easy to use and performance is great. The Princeton Tec Remix main feature that attracts people is its lightweight and affordable price. True versatility in a compact, water-resistant, and Self-Contained package. So, if your budget is under $40, then this headlamp is worth a look.

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Petzl Tikkina 🏆

Best Headlamp for the Money No.5: Petzl Tikkina

Rating: 9.3/10 🏆

Battery type: 3 AAA or CORE rechargeable battery (sold separately) | Max output (Lumens): 150

Price: under $20

And the last, but not the worst in our list – the best headlamp for a price under $20. It has a brightness of 150 lumens and is capable of operating both from 3x AAA batteries, and from a special CORE rechargeable battery that is sold separately. So this is a very versatile headlamp. Despite its low price, it is very popular among hikers, trail runners.

The Petzl Tikka headlamp has 3 lighting modes: proximity, movement, and distance vision. And it’s easy to use because only one big button is used to control it. On one charge, this headlamp is capable of operating for 60 to 220 hours, depending on the brightness level.

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Best Headlamp for Running: Black Diamond Sprinter

Best Headlamp for Running - Black Diamond Sprinter

Rating: 9.3/10 🏆

Battery type: lithium polymer rechargeable battery | Max output (Lumens): 200

Price: under $100

The Black Diamond Sprinter boasts a lightweight design, only 105 grams with a battery. Three modes of operation: a strobe, full strength, and dimming. The Black Diamond Sprinter has a brightness of 200 lumens, so you can always go for a night jog and at the same time, you will see what awaits you ahead.

Also, the Black Diamond Sprinter is IPX4: Stormproof – Tested to withstand rain and sleet from any angle. Many people who like trail running say that this is the best headlamp for running. And because of that, this headlamp deserves to be on our list of the best headlamps for the money.

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Petzl e+LITE Mini Headlamp

Smallest Petzl Headlamp: e-Lite

Rating: 8.5/10

Battery type: 2 CR2032 batteries | Max output (Lumens): 26

Price: under $50

It’s the smallest headlamp on the market and at the same time – ultralightweight (27g) and very compact (less than 5cm). The E+Lite headlamp is distinguished by the exclusive development of PETZL – a ZIP system with a retractable thread. This system allows you to mount this lamp on almost any surface.

It is comfortable to wear on the head or wrist. The Petzl e+Lite has a wide range of operating temperatures: from -30 ° C to +60 ° C, and the case is protected from ingress of water and dirt inside. With this headlamp you can even swim – the ELite can withstand 1-meter immersion for 30 minutes.

And this headlamp can be bought to put it in the glove compartment or trunk in your car just in case. It will not take a lot of space, that’s for sure, but it will be able to help you out at the right moment.

Also, this headlamp can be stored with the batteries in your backpack, in the pocket of your jacket or in an emergency kit for up to 10 years. The Petzl e+Lite provides white or red light in constant or flashing modes.

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