Field & Stream 35 Lumen Cap Light

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The convenient and versatile Field & Stream« Cap Light delivers hands-free light whenever you need it! Featuring four colored LEDs, the Cap Light operates in six light modes: white LED, green LED, blue LED, red LED, red flashing and S.O.S. mode, depending on your needs. Shock-proof construction ensures durability. Simply clip the Field & Stream« Cap Light to your hat and you're ready for anything!

  • 35 Lumen light output
  • Uses LED technology
  • 4 different colored LEDs
  • 6 light modes: White, green, blue, red, red flashing or S.O.S.
  • Shock-proof construction
  • Impact resistance: 1m
  • Water resistant to IPX4
  • Includes 2 CR20323 batteries
  • Model #: CEH00990
  • Field & Stream

100% mode:
  • Lumen output: 35
  • Run time: 20 hrs
  • Beam distance: 35m

4 Green LEDs:
  • Output: 44,000 mcd
  • Run time: 72 hrs
  • Beam distance: 3.5m

4 Blue LEDs:
  • Output: 44,000 mcd
  • Run time: 72 hrs
  • Beam distance: 3.5m

4 Red LEDs:
  • Output: 18,000 mcd
  • Run time: 110 hrs
  • Beam distance: 3m

4 Red LEDs flashing:
  • Output: 18,000 mcd
  • Run time: 130 hrs
  • Beam distance: 3m

S.O.S. mode:
  • Output: 44,000 mcd
  • Run time: 130 hrs
  • Beam distance: 3m

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Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 26709606

Customer Reviews:

Rated 3.3 out of 5áby 9 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5áby This product has great features The light is bright and can blind your self if you look directly into it. April 20, 2016
Rated 1 out of 5áby Save your money Wasn't worth the $15 I can only get the red and green lights to work, and the green one only once, the center light doesn't work at all and the red lights barely light up enough for others to see me, it definitely doesn't allow me to see anything. Absolutely the worst light I have ever bought in my life. February 25, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5áby Great purchase! Very bright and easy to use. Bought for my grandson and he loves it. January 14, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5áby Works as expected Purchased so that I can walk after dark. It's effective but the headlamp could be a little bigger. Good value for the price. November 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5áby Nicwe compact light This clip on light is great for hands free getting to stand or Blind, would recommend to all. August 26, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5áby do noy buy takes way too long to get out of the packaging and then it doesn't work. Cheaply made for the high price. No instructions. Do not buy. July 20, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5áby THE DO ALL LIGHT THAT BEATS ALL THIS Light has been under rated by those that do not understand the multi functionality of the item , that as yet for the price is unseen... This has great value for the price. 1. Use on caps light above or below the brow with full pivot capability with ease and with vertical angle that is all you need . 2. Red for map reading, green for poss medical, blue to keep your night vision in tact and poss medical use, and White. 3. Red strobe and hold down during the strobe process for white all for SOS. 4. The amount of lumens for the main light is all that you need for personal use, one does not need a 70 or 100 lumen light center unless you are doing a field distant search pattern; the distance is all anyone would really need in practical use. for close up concealed work use the red, blue or green lights, there is no need then for a low beam setting. 5.The ability to easily pivot and tilt with one hand should not be undervalued. For enhanced capabilities and to clip to a pad or map with the light pointed to it, just rotate the clip body.. 6. It's also able to clip to a metal that can accept it's magnetized nub base; curved or flat seen to accept, but a bit less capable on vertical hang down on flat surfaces but works on refrigerators. 7. It is also able to stay flat on any general flat surface. and easily tilt and pivot once again. 8. Clip to a vest like the Dakine vest molle webbing and attachable to Northface Vest. 9. Attachable to Helmet on Side to 1 or both straps for the chin, location relative to higher or lower area next to the ear.. 10. One would think that the limitation is not being able to attach it to the front of the helmet like a petrel or princeton tech light, but with some thought , you can.. While there are no straps accept a military helmet strap to get to attach the clip too, you can use a shirt blousing strap, that generally comes in black, no name on it and cross connect the prongs to each other and right center in the back, since it's elastic it works well and clip the light to it... 11. The serious benefit comes in the lower base swivel that allows for max flex use.. The designers really did well in the overall design for it's capabilities and price range. You will not find another item with it's ease and flex use. You may be even be able to attach it to the top front or rear of the helmet if you can somehow place metal thin strips formed in the shape of the vent openings in order to front or rear project from the top of the helmet using the magnet at the base.. 12.It's ability to clip to any location should not be under rated and low profile beneficial.. 13. Princeton Tech Remix and remix pro/ mpls has flex capabilities but at 4 to 5 times+ the price. Stremlights cap light is stronger and low profile but less lumens, will blind you if reversed for drop angle view before you can fully close to turn off as it turns on by flipping it open; and not designed for Outdoor field udse like the F&S and others are. Princeton tech Remix tilting vertical 180 degree is good but 180 is unnecessary and must be held with one hand and tilted with the other, it is difficult to use this way.. 14. Petzel Strix is low lumens and fully tillable , superstrong and water proof; the Last 2 that the F&S light should have, but costs close to $100 and it attachment capability is not poss on civilian helmets but is poss on vest like F&S cap light. So as I was looking for the right light for my Multisport Camp Pulse Helmet, The Field and Strem light appeared, just check for any gap on the sides that can hinder water rating that is the same for even the stream light and other lights, if there is light Visible then hold the upper and lower sides together with one hand and drip some super glue or lock tight on the seam smoothly and hold till dry, pref lock tight for a more natural bond , look at ingredient function. Make sure you do not glue the battery pack seam openings. Use black electrical tape there to seal on sides or rear, it is easy to open up.. While it is shock resistant I also see it's drop break resistant the 2 parts light and base separate at the lever position but easy to snap back in and fully function, I dropped it on a hard wood floor accidentally. So in Conclusion ,this is an undervalued product with none to match it's function and price. Do buy it. I us ego be in the army's Infantry and will use it for winter use too , which is a serious benefit to lithium ion vs Regular batteries because of the lack of draining like regular batteries do, key in colder weather.. I bought this product at a Dicks location at the Smithhaven Mall in smith town/ lake grove L.i Ny... Items to improve on, Stronger plastics, Oring seal to increase water rating and sell with an elastic strap to attach to the helmet, offer it in various colors the strap... May 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5áby Clip light Very bright and easy to use. Clip has excellent grip. Could be a harder plastic for the price. November 30, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5áby Cheap Cheap, cheap, cheap!!! It falls apart very easily. It isn't bright enough to really see anything at all. I pulled it out if the packaging and it all just fell apart. I got it back together and tried using it and it doesn't work that well. It's also got multiple colors which I don't understand why you need them. Like red and blue? I'll stick with a handheld flashlight from now on. October 30, 2013
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