It’s no secret that Montana has long (dark) winters.
But whatever the season, a good headlamp is crucial to navigating your way whether in town after work, on the ranch or in the backcountry. Making it rechargeable is even better.
We found the Bio Lite to be a hard-working accessory for the Montana lifestyle. We tested and used the BioLite 800 Pro. This little headlight packs a big punch. It’s USB rechargeable, so you never have to worry about batteries.
A full charge gives you plenty of power to get to camp, or get the groceries out of the car. For backcountry use, a small portable solar panel from Bio Lite (www.bioliteenergy.com) might be the ticket, but for use around the home, ranch or off-grid living, the Bio Lite makes perfect sense.
Max output 800 lumens
Dimmable red, white, strobe & burst mode
Dimmable rear red visibility light with solid & strobe
Front panel tilts down with one hand
150 hours LOW, 7 hours HIGH, 8 hours RESERVE
3000 mAh li-ion battery recharges via micro USBCheck them out at bioliteenergy.com.