The Bandit Headlamp provides users with three separate output modes: emergency flash, high and low. The highest setting gives off 180 lumens of light and features a total run time of 2 hours, while the lowest setting maxes out at 35 lumens and provides a total run time of 9.5 hours. The emergency-flash setting flashes intermittently at the unit's maximum illumination setting of 180 lumens.
The Bandit comes equipped with an elastic head strap that allows users to keep their hands free for shooting, climbing and other activities. Another added accessory is the inclusion of a visor clip, which allows owners to clip the lamp onto the bill of a baseball cap for added versatility.
The headlamp is constructed using polycarbonate, which is rated impact-resistant for drops of up to 2 meters. The lamp is also rated IPX4 weather-resistant, so users won't have to worry about the environment extinguishing their illumination capabilities.
The Streamlight Bandit is rechargeable and comes with a USB charge cord, which recharges the lithium-polymer battery in a maximum time of 2 hours. The lamp features a charging indicator that is red during charging and turns green when the battery is fully charged.
The Bandit Headlamp comes in both yellow and black colors and measures 2.7 inches in length and weighs just 1.3 ounces with the included elastic head strap. With the visor clip, weight increases to 1.4 ounces. The suggested retail price on the headlamp is $35.