You asked for it, and we have delivered. A self-contained light designed specifically for mountain biking and helmet mounting. Named after the famous trail in Sedona, AZ.
- 100g total weight with integrated mount.
- 90 minutes of strong output, with the ability to charge-on-the-go.
- 0-80% charge in 1 hour with standard USB-C.
- Incredible beam pattern designed with helmet mounting in mind.
- Ultra-slim form factor.
Give us about a week to get your Hangover built and shipped. We are working hard to keep the flow of PCB’s and parts coming to our warehouse! Thanks so much for your patience. 🙂
We know what you want from the best helmet mounted bike light. Lightweight, ultra-slim form factor, incredible output, easy to use, and being able to recharge quickly is always a plus. So we did just that and developed the Hangover.
A helmet mounted bike light designed from the ground up to be exactly that, no bulky adapters, no wires, no nonsense.
This is how we did it:
For starters, we developed the optic in-house, from the ground up. You can’t have a great light without a great optic, so we put hundreds of hours into simulation and prototypes to develop a beam pattern that fills your entire field of view with the light you need, not just a spot down the trail.
The blended TIR optic uses precision engineering to finely tune the beam shape, eliminating the typical “round hotspot” edges by redirecting portions of the beam to where you need it most, creating a dramatically smoother beam. Creating a Light Carpet around your periphery allows you to see and react to the whole trail and not get “tunnel vision” with harsh edges. The smoother the beam, the less strain on your eyes, the better you can see and the more comfortable your night ride is.
Then we focused on packaging. We absolutely wanted this to be the slimmest and lightest light on the market. So light you don’t even notice it on your head. So we put the battery sideways, used lightweight magnesium for the heat sink, lightweight PMMA with integrated overmolding for the lens, and an over-molded polycarbonate shell to form the top half.
The result is an incredible 100 grams total weight. Absolutely unheard of for a high power light.
Combine that featherweight with the fact that we can run this light at 100+ minutes of usable runtime and you start to wonder what else you could possibly need. Need to last longer than that? We are one of the only bike lights on the market that offer pass-through charging. So you can hook up any USB powerbank you may own and it will supplement the light as your ride goes on. Giving you unparalleled flexibility for your specific riding needs.
Let’s talk about runtimes for a second. The bike light industry tends to like to use the FL1 standard, which rates runtime as the time it takes to go from full brightness to 10% output, an outdated measure that harkens back to the days of using Alkaline batteries, and when you would swap out your flashlight battery… But this is 2020. We need to get real about runtimes. Nearly every single light on the market starts out full brightness and diminishes over time, and this is okay. Our eyes adapt to the darkness and as long as the reduction is gradual, we literally cannot tell the difference until reaching about 50-60% of the perceived brightness. Which is why we say that we have 100+ minutes of usable runtime in our standard Adaptive Mode, we aren’t going to call this “high” anymore and have a mode that isn’t actually high…. we made that mistake once.
Here is the expected runtime chart. This should be far more useful then just a single number. Also included is one of the more popular bike lights out there to reference how the typical “1 hour runtime” is advertised versus how it actually performs.
Our High, Medium and Low Modes are SOLID output modes that are designed for the rider that changes the light intensity often. Low and slow for the climbs, maximum output for the fast descent. Medium is the perfect setting when paired with the Trail Edition or another Hangover on the handlebars to get nearly 3 hours of runtime. Adaptive is for the rider that hits the trail hard right from the parking lot and doesn’t want to think about changing output often. Just set it and forget it and get 90+ minutes of runtime.
Every mode has a 20-minute reserve that drops to low, we don’t want you getting stuck in the woods with no warning, or no way to get out in time. Plus let’s be honest, if you left it on high you probably were really only going to get another 3 minutes of runtime before totally going out, so lets put in a safety measure…
No excuses anymore: Charge to 80% in 1 hour
Think for a second, how many times have you or a friend said “I can’t ride tonight, I forgot to charge my lights.” Typical bike lights take 3 hours to charge IF you paid for the “fast charge” feature, 6 hours if you didn’t.
With the Hangover, you can get an hour of runtime in just 30-40 minutes with a compatible QC 3.0 charger, and a nearly full charge in around an hour thanks to standard USB-C QC charging. That means you can plug it in while you’re getting ready, or driving to the trail, and be ready to go.
American Made Quality.
Like the Trail and Road Edition, these lights are built in our Chicago workshop. We put a massive amount of engineering work into making sure we can assemble our lights quickly, accurately, and with the highest quality to ensure that we keep production stateside for years to come. Backed with a no-questions-asked warranty and amazing customer service. We want you to be a customer, a friend, and an Outbound rider for life.
What is included?
- Hangover Light
- USB-C charging cable
- GoPro Helmet Mount with 3M VHB curved adhesive pad
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Customer ReviewsWrite a review
I absolutely love my overhang it allows me to see to my sides with ease. More than enough light on the trails. But I definitely want to get the trail model for the best of both worlds.
Amazingly bright light that spreads the light all over the trail. I had a few people ask what light it had.
I can't believe I was trying to ride trails with my old camping headlamp.. The light spread from this headlight is ace. So far battery life without being too cautious has been adequate for 1.5 to 2 hour rides with some juice left at the end. That's a mixture of low or off modes while climbing, and full intensity for flow and descent.
The Hangover is AMAZING! It's light-weight and ridiculously bright. But, it's not just bright. The actual illumination is also far and wide. I rode the same trail (Zombie in St. Louis) at about the same time without the Hangover and then again with it the next weekend. I averaged .5 mph faster with the Hangover, simply because I could see so much better. I would HIGHLY recommend this light to anyone looking to keep riding as the days get shorter.
I’m using this for off road dirt bike riding and am pretty pleased. The light is compact and easy to use.
I’d like it to have a bit more depth but it’s sufficient, especially considering it’s a fully contained unit.
Did a back to back comparison against my OxBow helmet light tonight and the OxBow is a bit more penetrating but not quite as wide the Hangover’s pattern.
Picture shows both Baja Designs Squadron headlight on my KTM 350 XCF-W with the Hangover filling in the wider areas.