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The FL75 Headlamp combines many modern Coast beam features into one front loaded headlamp. The first button on the headlamp gives you the ability to shine an ultra wide flood beam and then quickly twist the bezel to a long reaching spot beam with transition halo. The second button on the headlamp enables the user to switch quickly to a fixed red LED light to preserve night vision. Built with an IPX4 weatherproof rating and equipped with a reflective safety strap, this light is ready for any environment.

With Coast’s commitment to quality, the FL75 Headlamp is impact resistant, weather resistant and its LED is virtually unbreakable. The FL75 Headlamp is backed by Coast’s lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship. Tested and rated to ANSI/FL1 standards.

Available Color Options:
Color: Black Color: Red Color: Blue Color: Green "Color:

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| Tested and rated to ANSI/FL1 standards
  1. :

    Hi Karen, we’d be more than happy to send you instructions for your FL75 headlamp. Please email us as consumer.help@coastportland.com and we’ll send them your way!

  2. :

    I bought the FL75 and did not find any instructions. I can open the battery compartment, and even changed the batteries, but still the light will not turn on when I press buttons on top.

  3. :

    When I got my first FL75 I could not believe how bright and far this light shines. I also loved the red LED light for nighttime light without ruining everyone elses vision. My group took these lights on a two week expedition and they held up without fail. The battery life is amazing for how bright they are. I replace my batteries the 13day/night after pretty heavy use. I could not ask for a better light and bought three more later.

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    Mark, to turn on the headlamp, you’ll need to press the power buttons located on the top of the headlamp. The right power button will turn on the white LED and the left power button will turn on the red LED.

  5. :

    How the heck do I turn this on? No instructions.

  6. :

    I have four of these. Which I keep in my work truck, tool bags and home. Great light for under house in crawl spaces, under sinks, under hood and anytime I need both hands to work. I like the combined battery holder/light…vs older separate battery holder/dimmer. comfortable for hours at a time. Easy to use controls w/ gloves on.

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    Ryan, unfortunately, this option is not available.

  8. :

    Very bright, lightweight, fairly comfortable. Only complaint is having to click through high, med, low to turn the light off. Anyway to change to a single click mode? No instructions found anywhere

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    P.S. I agree that the battery compartment is a bit difficult to open. Here are two solutions: 1) Take a nail file and gently file down the “male” part of the catch until it works the way you want it to. 2) Rub a tiny amount of dry Dial bar soap on the parts of the catch that contact each other. This is an old carpenters’ lubrication trick used to help screw big screws into tough wood.

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    It’s a generation better than headlamps that came before. All the best features have been designed in: Brighter, focusing, tilting, light weight/comfortable, weather proof, 2-color, better battery life. Feels well built. Even the low brightness mode is good for many up-close uses. I use mine for working on my car and working around the house when the power goes out. I own half a dozen headlamps and this one has replaced them all.

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    It is easy to use. You don’t have to read the manual, which is good because I didn’t find one. The focusing lamp is wonderful. The red LEDs are useful, definitely are requirement for outdoors people who hike at night, but they cast an uneven beam. The tilt mechanism works well, again a requirement when reading vs. hiking vs. cooking. My biggest beef is with the battery door. It is difficult to open without breaking it. Perhaps there is a trick to this? I can’t imagine changing batteries in the dark with cold numb hands. The helmet clips are a great accessory for cavers, climbers, cyclists, and hard hats.