Tumble & Fall Pro 2000 light review

Bargain mountain bike headlamp

Our rating 
4.0 out of 5 star rating 4.0
GBP £90.00 RRP
Tumble & Fall's Pro 2000 light performs well for the money

Our review

If you're after a trail headlight and have limited funds, this should be on your hitlist
Buy if, You're on a budget and want an impressively straightforward lamp
Pros: Decent output, user-friendliness
Cons: Not especially versatile
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Tumble & Fall has solved problems we’ve had in the past with similar lamps to create an impressively practical light at a bargain price.


The lightweight head unit uses an O-ring and hook for a reasonably stable universal bar fit. The cable is securely locknutted into place and the backlit mode/low battery button stands proud for easy gloved operation.

The neoprene battery bag with stretchy wrapover strap is more stable than most cloth or hard case cells too.

The theoretical 2,000 lumens of light is tightly focused with a peripheral halo, but power is impressive for the price. That makes the flash and totally off ‘holes’ between the two power modes the only niggle.

Bar and helmet mounts and even a head strap in the box plus a two-year UK warranty confirm its total bargain status.

  • Weight: 111g (Unit) + 362g (Battery) = 473g
  • Run time: 2hrs 20mins

Product Specifications


Name Pro 2000 (15)
Brand Tumble and Fall

Position Front