1300 Lumen Versatile Rechargeable 18650 Headlamp

Item No.: HS5R
☑️ 1,300-lumen powered by 1*18650 (either convex or flat) or 2*CR123A batteries
☑️ Only 45g/1.44oz
☑️ 3 Modes:
l Turbo -> High -> Med -> Low
l Hidden moonlight mode
l Red light and blinking
☑️ TYPE-C rechargeable
Description FAQ Review

Brief Introduction 

HS5R is a 1,300-lumen versatile headlamp powered by 1*18650 (either convex or flat) or 2*CR123A batteries but weighs only 45g. The white light, red light, and moonlight mode make it suitable for a wide range of applications. Featuring TYPE-C rechargeable, IPX-8 waterproof, 2m impact resistant, HS5R is ideal for outdoor sports, industrial work, and repair.



Material: Rugged aluminum with type HAIII hard-anodized anti-abrasive finish

Color: Black
Weight: 45g/1.44oz
Size: 92*23*28 mm (L*H*W)
Lighting Angle: 
Spotlight 15°, Flood 80°

Battery: 1*18650 (either convex or flat) or 2*CR123A batteries
LED: 1*LUMINUS SFT 40 + 2*2835 red light
Max Runtime: 220 hours/9.17 days
Max Beam Intensity: 

Max Beam Distance:200m/656ft

Max Output: 1300 lumens
Maximum Power: 18W (3.7V/5A)
Switch: Single side switch
Modes: ☑️ Turbo-high-med-low-strobe ☑️ Hidden moonlight mode ☑️ Red and red blinking
Lighting Color: White/Red
hiking, camping, searching, 
industrial work, and repair
Warranty: 5-year free warranty and through-life warranty support
























Red Blinking


Output (Lumens)








Runtime (Hours)








Distance (Meters)







Intensity (Candelas)






Impact Resistance

2 meters


IPX-8 (2-meter submersible)


2.76"(L) *0.69"(H) *0.84"(W) / 92mm(L)*23mm(H)*28mm(W) 


45g / 1.44oz (excluding battery)

Working Temperature

30℃-50℃/-22℉ - 122℉

Note: The above-mentioned parameters (lab-tested by using a 2600mAh 18650 li-ion battery from FreasyGears) may vary between lights, batteries, and environments.


Real Discharging Curve

In the Package

☑️ 1*1300 lumen headlamp HS5R
☑️ 1*
2600mAh 18650 li-ion battery with a TYPE-C charging port (BL1826U)
☑️ 1*Clip

☑️ TYPE-C charging cable
☑️ Spare O-ring
☑️ User Manual
☑️ Warranty Card

 Optional Accessories

☑️ 3500mAh 18650 li-ion battery

Q1: Why is HS5R versatile?
A: Firstly, it's a high power headlamp to free your hands. Secondly, it can be a hard hat headlamp to work with your hard hat or helmet. Furthermore, because of its magnetic tail and easily detachable design, it can be used as a repair lamp, pocket lamp, table lamp, hanging lamp, and so on.

Q2: How many modes does HS5R have?
A: HS5R features 3 modes as follows:
☑️ Turbo -> High -> Med -> Low 
☑️ Hidden moonlight mode 
☑️ Red light and blinking

Q3: What benefits can I get from the moonlight mode?
A: Moonlight mode is the lowest brightness level of a flashlight, usually 5 lumens or less. HS5R from FreasyGears offers 3 lumens on moonlight mode.

If you've never used a moonlight mode before, you may be wondering why there's so little light. While a moonlight mode may appear to be of little use, in the dark, a small amount of light can make all the difference. A moonlight mode lets you see in the dark without blinding or disorienting yourself or others, and it has little effect on your night vision.

Also, moonlight mode is useful for close quarters. Even 30 lumens in a shared small tent at night can be too bright for those inside. A moonlight mode is ideal for inspecting your tent or the contents of your camping bag. You can see clearly in front of you without worrying about damaging your or others' eyes.

Additionally, if you need to use the restroom in the middle of the night, moonlight mode will illuminate the path in front of you without disturbing your companion or interfering with your night vision. Not to mention that it will be insufficiently bright to wake you up.

Furthermore, moonlight modes frequently have exorbitantly long runtimes. For example, HS5R from FreasyGears offers 220 hours of run time in moonlight mode. If you want to save battery life, use moonlight mode.

Finally, a moonlight mode is great for hiding. If you don't want to draw attention to yourself, a moonlight mode can help you navigate in the dark. This is especially useful for police officers and hunters who need to navigate in the dark while remaining discrete.

Q4: What's the use of red light on HS5R?

A: 1) It protects your night vision and is good for your eyes.
Because rhodopsin in human rods is insensitive to longer red wavelengths and the red light does not cause the human eye pupil to shrink to the same extent as more bluish/white light, red LEDs do not appear as bright to human eyes as white LEDs. As a result, the best option would be to navigate your way in darkness using red lighting, which allows you to see around while keeping your eyes adjusted for the dark.

2) Protecting You from Mosquitoes
Are you bothered by mosquitos when you're out in the woods, especially if you're carrying a white lighting tool? The red, on the other hand, makes it more difficult for bugs to see the light. When you're in the dark, give it a shot.

3) Functioning as a Signal Light
Because red light is considered a signal for attention, it can be useful in an emergency to keep you noticed.

4) Reduced light pollution
If you are an astrophile or are taking your children stargazing, a red light would be an ideal piece of equipment because it produces less light pollution than white light.

5) Less Bright Light
Because white light emits more light in the blue spectrum, it suppresses melatonin and causes the user to fall asleep more slowly. Also, when using a lamp on a camping trip, the white light may wake up your camping companion. The red light would make your and your friend's trip more pleasant at this time.

Q5: Why FreasyGears use gold-plated double springs at the end?

A: The gold plating on the spring makes it more resistant to rust and increases the brightness output. Besides, the double spring design can be a more effective shock absorber to withstand violent impact. 

HS5R is 2 meters impact resistant. So even if it drops from your head by accident, it will work as normal. 

Q6: How long does it take to fully charge the HS5R?

A: Thanks to the TYPE-C high current charging design, it only takes 2 hours to fully charge the high power headlamp.

Q7: Is the HS5R comfortable to wear for an extended period of time?
A: Yes, the HS5R is the smallest and brightest headlamp for its size. The headlamp only weighs 47g. Even with the battery and whole set of accessories, it weighs 136g only, which is lighter than a watch.

Q8: How to operate the rechargeable led headlamp HS5R?

A: Please follow the below steps to choose whatever output you prefer:

☑️ Turn ON/OFF

Press and hold the switch for 0.5 seconds to turn on or turn off.

☑️ Mode Switching

When the light is on, hold the switch for 1.2 seconds to switch to another mode.

☑️ Output Switching on one mode

When the light is on, click the switch for different outputs on each mode.

Q9: Does the USB C headlamp HS5R have a memory function?
A: Yes, it does. 
When the headlamp is turned off, it will go to the output used last time. Please note there is no memory for the TURBO mode. If it is turned off in TURBO mode, it will save the HIGH mode by default.

Q10: How can I know the remaining power of my headlamp?
HS5R features a battery-level indiction design. When the battery voltage is higher than 4.5V, it won`t display the battery percentage.

Turning on the headlamp or pressing the switch when power is turned off, the indicator will show the battery level:

Greenlight: 81%-100%;

Green light blinking: 51%-80%; 

Red light: 21%-50%, 

Red light blinking: 0%-20%.

The indicator light goes off automatically after 3 seconds. If the indicator light doesn`t go off, you can press the switch again to turn it off.

Q11: Can I make bracket angle adjustment for illumination in different directions?

A: Yes, you can adjust the bracket up and down 90°. It can achieve a 180° adjustment.


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