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This seems a bit pricey for what it is.
I am a big fan of the head lamps, the ones with the battery pack remotely located seem way old school as far as design since the technology has arrived to contain everything needed for three setting in one small up front mount.
a bike lamp? someone posted will fit under your helmet. LOL how could you use it if it were covered by a helmet? got a clear helmet?
why would they have three colored Led lights coded for the brightness and focus intensity of the lamp? You can't see them when you are wearing them after all, and anyone looking at you , if they cared what you had it set on, would be able to tell that it was on bright because while you were looking at them you would be blinding the crap out of them with the main beam. Right? seems like a waste of power to me. why is this things price so hi? the ones I have work excellently and they cost 3 bucks each, although I would like to see the ones with no Blinking option and instead have an even more bright option. 3 setting, on 1st level, nice for walking to see where the dog doo is in the park. second setting, more intense and handy for small electrical work and getting splinters out of lions paws. 3rd setting, extremely annoying blinking.
anyway. I am thinking this is an old school model that has had it's day and some one must have way too much in them and can't sell for cheaper. I'd use them for back ups if they were free and maybe for parts to build a better model. no way it's worth paying for.
PS never buy one of these head lamps that is not LED. they are horrible.
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