HEADSPIN Convertible Lighting System

Photography by Blake Verdoorn


Dawn had yet to break. With sharp focus despite the early hour, the hunter prepared his gear in anticipation of what may come. Turkey call — check. Facemask — check. Shotgun shells — check. He picks up his HEADSPIN kit and readies the headlamp before pocketing the flashlight mount, knowing it will be needed before reaching the blind. He embarks on the hunt, setting the lamp to its lowest setting to conserve power and to slip undetected to his blind. What happens next is unknown, but his mind is at ease knowing that darkness is no longer a factor.

This is the narrative behind HEADSPIN, a convertible lighting system designed to meet the many needs of the modern outdoorsmen and women. At its core is powerful, compact light that can reach as much as 400 lumens in flood mode, and as little as 10 lumens, helping the user adapt to changing light and situations. But what makes HEADSPIN truly unique is the SPINDOCK™ connection system, which utilizes magnets across a variety of mounts to accommodate our needs, whether it be on a bike trail, in a turkey blind, or during an early morning summit to a mountain peak. Even the light itself is magnetic, creating nearly endless possibilities for application. We require versatility. This lighting system excels in that regard.

To match its many applications in use, the product designers at HEADSPIN devised both wall outlet and USB charging, allowing for easy charging at home or in the field via portable power. Reliability is also addressed with IP66 weatherproofing and a two-meter drop rating.

The HEADSPIN Convertible Lighting System includes:

  • Rugged carrying case

  • HEADSPIN light with intuitive four-button controls

  • Headlamp mount

  • Rail / bike mount

  • Flashlight mount

  • Cordless charging station

  • USB cable

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