Wuben H1 Headlamp Review and discussion.

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Wuben H1 Headlamp Review and discussion.

Wuben H1 Headlamp Review

Edited by: zeroair on 10/18/2020 - 12:02
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Great review and your photos are fantastic! However, for me, after seeing the way Sofirn implemented the USB charging port location on the D25S headlamp where you unscrew one of the ends to gain access, I don’t want to be stuffing that cheap Wuben rubber cover version into my pack and hoping it stays in place. The D25S costs less as well, but the downside vs the Wuben is the weight is more for the Sofirm (54 vs 78grams). Nice to have a light (weight) light on your head.

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I still don’t know anything about that P9 LED. Is it too new to find reviews? Not interesting?

Smile, you cannot kill them all.

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The Osram P9 has been around a while. Comparable to xp-l I think. Not really many reviews on it since it’s not found in too many popular flashlights.

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Couchmaster wrote:
Great review and your photos are fantastic! However, for me, after seeing the way Sofirn implemented the USB charging port location on the D25S headlamp where you unscrew one of the ends to gain access, I don’t want to be stuffing that cheap Wuben rubber cover version into my pack and hoping it stays in place. The D25S costs less as well, but the downside vs the Wuben is the weight is more for the Sofirm (54 vs 78grams). Nice to have a light (weight) light on your head.

Thank you Couchmaster! I see your point about the screw down cover for the charge port. But for me personally, just give me a light without the charge port, and let me swap the cells myself. Big Smile

Unheard wrote:
I still don’t know anything about that P9 LED. Is it too new to find reviews? Not interesting?
Sirstinky wrote:
The Osram P9 has been around a while. Comparable to xp-l I think. Not really many reviews on it since it’s not found in too many popular flashlights.

Olight uses it probably more than anyone else. So not used in many popular “enthusiast” flashlights. Wink