‘Made in Denmark, the Suprabeam V4 Pro is beautifully made with an excellent bright, well-designed beam, but switch positioning makes it easy to switch on or off inadvertently. ‘
Outdoors Magic: Beautifully made, excellent light output and beam pattern, comfortable on the head, stepless dimming, removable Lithium Polymer battery, easy to use while wearing gloves. Red rear warning light. Battery reserve light is genius.
Outdoors Tragic: Placement of switch makes it easy to click while adjusting light angle, wiring connection vulnerable, red light activation not intuitive.
Outdoors Grabbit? There’s lots of good stuff about the Suprabeam, the ‘mixed’ beam gives loads of light with a good, useable pattern, it’s generally nicely made with a robust feel and it’s comfortable in use. That said, the positioning of the main switch means it can be triggered too easily in error and we had issues with the durability of the wiring between battery and head unit. There’s also no way of locking out the switch for transport and battery life from the neat, removable, lithium polymer cell is relatively short when used at the 400-lumen ‘high’ setting. In essence there’s a lot of good stuff here, but also some annoying flaws.
Mixed beam spot with 800-lumen boost, 400-lumen high and stepless dimming options / rear red safety light / grey anodised aluminium housing / head band to fit 50-70cm circumference / Li-ion Polymer (10.4 Wh / 3.7 V) battery / BOOST: 800 lm / Dimmer: 12-400 lm output / Splash Waterproof IPx4