Fenix HL55 Headlamp Cree XM-L2 LED (900 Lumens)

MSRP: $75.00
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Item #BHQ-26000


  • Modes:5
  • Max Output:900 Lumens
  • Max Runtime:150 Hours
  • Impact Resistance:1 Meter
  • Water Resistance:IPX-8
  • LED Type:CREE XM-L2
  • Battery Type:18650, CR123
  • Batteries Included:No
  • Length:3.30"
  • Width:1.80"
  • Height:1.90"
  • Material:Aluminum
  • Color:Black
  • Weight:4.00 oz.
  • Brand:Fenix
  • Model:HL55
  • Country of Origin:China
  • Product Type:Headlamp


When your adventure demands a powerful light, you can count on the HL55 to deliver with a 900 lumen burst mode and a 116 meter max beam distance. It offers fours brightness levels and a 150 hour max runtime from a 18650 or two CR123A batteries. The HL55 utilizes a neutral white light for superior definition and penetration in high humidity conditions. A single side switch is used for ON/OFF and output selection. Because the HL55 is made from aluminum, you can rest assured it will stand up to the rugged conditions of your journey.

  • Instant Burst mode
  • All-function switch in the head for easy and fast operation
  • Digitally regulated output maintains constant brightness
  • Reverse polarity protection guards against improper battery installation
  • Made from durable aluminum alloy
  • Premium Type III hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish
  • Toughened ultra-clear glass lens with anti-reflective coating
Mode: Output / Runtime
  • Burst: 900 lumens
  • High: 420 lumens / 3.75 hours
  • Mid: 165 lumens / 10 hours
  • Low: 55 lumens / 30 hours
  • Eco: 10 lumens / 150 hours



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Well made and functional
Chris C.
I have been using this headlamp daily for the past few months for dog walking and mtn biking mostly. It is really well made and the design is quite simple. It is a basic battery tube and led that swivels. It is aluminum with no little plastic parts to break. It has endured rough handling and use well with zero issues. Takes most 18650's and never acts up. Fenix's marketing BS says this is good for 119 meters but that is just not true. This is a mule with basically no reflector. So it does not throw a beam. It spreads the light out giving good light coverage for lets say 50 meters but that is all. 900 lumens?? Maybe. It is definitely stout on high beam but I am not quite sure we are talking 900 here. The XM-L2 is capable of that but not in this configuration.

This is a very sold and well made head lamp. Comfortable, durable and more than capable of providing years of faithful service.