Milwaukee Adds 3 New Headlamp Models

Milwaukee is adding three new headlamp lights to their existing headlamp lineup with the USB Rechargeable BEACON Hard Hat Light 2116-21, USB Rechargeable Low-Profile Headlamp 2115-21 and the Milwaukee Spot/Flood Headlamp 2104.

The first two headlamp models mentioned are not only rechargeable but also part of the USB Redlithium line of tools and lights as they use Milwaukee’s USB Redlithium batteries. The Beacon hard hat light 2116-21 is designed for use with hard hats and includes mounting clips or use bare as a direct head mounted light. What makes the Beacon unique is that it has a personal safety light that wraps around the backside of hard hats to make the wearer visible in the dark in all directions. It has a max 600 lumen light output with spot/flood light modes and has runtime range of 2 to 20 hours depending on light output. It’s front mounted light head can be aimed forward, up or down. It’s water and dust resistant and can can withstand up to 2M drops and the toughest conditions on and off the jobsite. This is their most advanced of all the new headlamp models announced and is priced at $151 as a kit with one Redlithium USB battery, charger cable and 4 hard hat clips.

USB Rechargeable BEACON™ Hard Hat Light (2116-21) – $151

Lumen Output:

  • Modes: Spot/Flood, Flood High/Medium/Low, Spot High
  • Lumens:
    • Spot/Flood: 600
    • Flood High: 400
    • Flood Medium: 200
    • Flood Low: 25
    • Spot High: 400
  • Run-time:
    • Spot/Flood: 2 hours
    • Flood High: 4 hours
    • Flood Medium: 8 hours
    • Flood Low: 20 hours
    • Spot High:  4 hours
  • Ingress Rating: IP54
  • Weight w/ Battery: 0.45 lbs

The other model the Milwaukee USB Rechargeable Low-Profile Headlamp 2115-21 also uses the Redlithium USB battery and also provides up to 600 lumens with only a flood light mode with a runtime rating of 2-25 hours thanks to it’s eco mode. It’s also a hard hat light with included mounting clips or use bare as a direct head mounted light. It’s water and dust resistant and can can withstand up to 2M drops and the toughest conditions on and off the jobsite. The light head can be aimed straight and can pivot downward. It’s priced at $106 as a kit with one Redlithium USB battery, charger cable and 4 hard hat clips.

USB Rechargeable Low-Profile Headlamp (2115-21) -$106

Lumen Output:

  • Modes: Flood High, Medium, Low, Eco
  • Lumens:
    • Flood High: 600
    • Medium: 350
    • Low: 125
    • Eco: 25
  • Run-time:
    • Flood High: 2 hours
    • Medium: 6 hours
    • Low: 10.5 hours
    • Eco: 25 hours
  • Ingress Rating: IP54
  • Weight w/ Battery: 0.41 lbs

The third light on the list the Milwaukee Spot/Flood Headlamp 2104 doesn’t feature a rechargeable battery and is an option for those who would prefer off the shelf AAA batteries and a lower price point at $58. It’s not the brightest on the list but it still has a strong 450 max lumens with spot/flood modes and a runtime range of 2-28 hours making it the longest running of the bunch on it’s lowest brightness setting. A premium strap with sweat absorbing microfiber provides an all-day comfort while optional Hard Hat Clips allow for attachment to any Hard Hat. The headlamp is powered by 3 AAA batteries and it has an IP54 rating just like the other two headlamp lights.

Milwaukee® Spot/Flood Headlamp (2104) -$58

  • Modes: Hybrid Spot/Flood, Flood High/Medium/Low, Spot High
  • Lumens:
    • Hybrid Spot/Flood: 450
    • Flood High: 350
    • Flood Medium: 150
    • Flood Low: 25
    • Spot High: 350
  • Run-time:
    • Hybrid Spot/Flood: 2 hours
    • Flood High: 4 hours
    • Flood Medium: 10 hours
    • Flood Low: 28 hours
    • Spot High: 4 hours
  • Ingress Rating: IP54
  • Weight w/ Battery: 0.21 lbs


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