Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 5
Rated 5 out of 5 by Zephyr Powerful
The Cadillac of headlamps if Cadillacs were fuel efficient, small and versatile. So bright if you look into the light it's as if your staring into the sun. Should have a cautionary "Could cause blindness if you stare into the light". Don't stare into the light.
April 1, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Donald Pretty Good
Love the head lamp but the length of time @ 200 lumens is kinda not true. But on the flip side, super bright, 6 different settings to choose from, will recommend to anyone who needs a sun at night (at least for a short length of time).
November 27, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by brian What a dissapointment.
I took this light on a 1 hour night run before using it during a 100-mile run. My first impression was that it was the perfect light for running all night. However, only 7 hours into the night this headlamp dimmed so much that I had to borrow a smaller lamp from my pacer in order to even see the trail. I would have been stuck waiting for sunrise had I not been able to borrow a spare light. 75 hours @ 200 lumens? I think not. Great while it lasted.
September 8, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Roger Needs Lens Diffuser
My only comment as a new owner is I'm not happy about the lack of a lens diffuser (such as the Sprinter light offers). As a runner, the prospect of staring at a two-foot circle of light all night is very annoying. I would very much like a replacement diffusing lens to be made available as an option for the Icon
July 13, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Krissy Lighting the way
This light was designed for the needs of many athletes, and definitely suits those of a 100 mile ultra-distance trail runner. Running through the dark and wee hours of the morning lighting the way makes or breaks the runner's experience. The brighter the better and the Icon has a reputation for being one of the brightest out there. Add various lighting methods to help save battery life as well as separating the battery pack from the head strap and you have the perfect set up. With the ease of throwing the battery pack in your hydration pack or around your waist the neck is saved from unnecessary strain over the hundreds of steps covered under the shadows of night.
June 6, 2013