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NITECORE UT27 520 Lumen Rechargeable Headlamp

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Price: $54.95

Availability: Usually Ships in 24 Hours
Product Code: FL-NITE-UT27

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  • Three Modes: Spotlight, Floodlight, and Red
  • 520 Lumen Spotlight and a 112 yard throw
  • Ultra-light: Weighs only 2.61 ounces
  • 90° adjustable tilt angle for personal preference

Included in the Box

  • Nitecore U27 Headlamp
  • Nitecore HLB1300 Rechargeable Li-ion Battery
  • USB-C Charging Cable
  • Headband

520 Lumen Dual Beam Headlamp

The NITECORE UT27 is an ultra-lightweight headlamp designed for trail running and tested and proven in the field by trail running athletes. The UT27 features a bright 400 lumen spotlight warm LED that minimizes glare and a cool white 200 lumen wide angle flood to illuminate your entire field of vision. It is supplemented with a red light, perfect for camping, backpacking, stargazing and a flashing mode for emergencies and enhanced visibility. You can switch among these lights and adjust the brightness on the go with the easy to use dual switches.

Rechargeable with Dual Fuel Options

The UT27 comes with a HLB1300 battery pack with a built-in USB-C slot that can be fast charged outside of the UT27. While you are charging the battery you can stay on the move by using a backup battery or 3x commonly available AAA batteries. The HLB1300 can be fully recharged in an hour and a half, and last over 13 hours on low. Camping, hunting, or hiking at night? The glow-in-the-dark battery compartment keeps you locked on while swapping batteries for your headlamp.

Comfortable to Wear

Built on a durable yet compact frame, the UT27 weighs only 2.61 ounces with battery and headband included. The breathable lightweight headband has a built-in silicone strip that firmly secures the UT27 while helping divert sweat away from the eyes. Reflective decals provide additional visibility to motorists, making it safe for night time walking, running, or jogging. The Nitecore UT27 isn't just a trail running headlamp; a handy companion to keep you illuminated in all situations.


LED1XCREE XP-G3 S3 (3000K): Spotlight
LED1xCREE XP-G3 S3 (5700K): Floodlight
LED1xAuxiliary Red Light
Maximum Brightness520 lumen
Peak Beam Distance139 yards
Peak Beam Intensity4120 cd
IP RatingIP66
Impact Resistance1 m


Turbo520 Lumens- -
High400 Lumens6 hr
Low100 Lumens10 hr
High200 Lumens8 hr
Low55 Lumens13 hr
Red Light:
Constant-On16 Lumens6 hr
Warning Flashing400 Lumens60 hr

Compatible Power Sources

Nitecore HLB1300 Rechargeable Li-ion BatteryLithium Ion3.7Included
3xAAAZinc–carbon battery 3.7Yes
Nitecore UT27
Average Rating: Average Rating: 3 of 5 3 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
5 of 5 Great Videos! November 29, 2021
Reviewer: Ilyas Demirci from LITTLE FERRY, NJ United States  
I don't have the product but I believe I'm going to purchase it very soon. I currently have total of 12 Nitecore lights. With that said I love all of my Nitecore lights along with all of the funny videos they have posted. They are being less boring and while they are presenting the product info.
Of course that everyone has their opinion but this shouldn't bother anyone in this scale.
You go guys! We love those videos!

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  1 of 5 people found the following review helpful:
1 of 5 These videos have got to stop November 27, 2021
Reviewer: KW from Wisconsin  
This review has nothing to do with the actual UT27 headlamp. It's for the instructional video they made for it. These videos are no longer amusing or entertaining, they are obnoxious and unprofessional. This 7.5-minute video should be about 1/3 of that length. At least the older videos that Tina made were informative and to the point. Just to be clear, I'm a big fan of Nitecore products and I own many of them. I used to recommend Nitecore products to friends and co-workers, but lately I've been reluctant to send product links to people because of these silly videos. I wouldn't want it to reflect poorly on me, if people were to feel their time is being wasted by the ridiculous behavior in these videos. These are not products being marketed to schoolchildren who might actually think they're funny. I'm not a marketing expert, but if I wanted to promote my products toward outdoors enthusiasts, first responders, law enforcement and military, I would probably go about it differently.

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