I'm still trying to familiarize myself with the light settings but overall a great headlamp that adheres more to my head with limited movement. Not only do I use this for my night walks but great to work on my mountain bike in the garage at night or my car. The only thing I would update is the charging. Having to put the light fixture into a USB block seems outdated vs USB-C/micro USB and more prone to snapping. But overall highly recommended.
We gave our son, who is an avid runner, the Bilby Run 400 headlamp as a Christmas present. He thinks it is fantastic. I gives him real good vision on his his early morning runs and makes very obvious to oncoming traffic.
This is a product that really stands out. The whole concept is so much different from other headlamps on the market. The most intriguing feature is charging - no need for cables, just any USB port will do. Let's see how it holds up in the real world conditions.
I bought the run bilby for camping because the side illumination allows toy to be seen as well as see. Very bright and easy to recharge and use.
When my Bandicoot Headlamp broke, I initially switched to another brand (because I had it). I immediately realized that the bulkiness of other headlamps slipped down and made the light "bounce". Now with the Bilby, I was concerned with how large it was, but found that it attaches securely without issues. The beams are INCREDIBLY bright and have so many options, I would argue there are almost too many options.
While I'm primarily using this for night runs, I can't wait to use it for other situations.