Headlamps provide hands-free task lighting for outdoor adventurers, garage-workshop tinkerers, and even music festivalgoers. But what they dont do is refrain from shining directly into peoples eyes. Thankfully, Justine Lange has changed all that. This lamp has two modes: the regular one you know and love, plus a more social-friendly one that features a bright light when its pointed down, but dims as its raised for a more ambient (and less blinding) . This works if the wearer simply tilts their head down, or if the light itself is tilted on the headband within its 120-degree vertical range. Speaking of the headband, its a one-size-fits-all stretchy strap with adjustment options, if needed. And here are a few tech specs about the lamp: Its lightweight, rechargeable, and features an infinite range of custom color options, including hue, saturation, and brightness. Assembled in Brooklyn, .