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  • posted bydolinko on 02/22/2015

    This headlamp I've had for some time now and is still in perfect working condition. I it is well designed and very powerful. The dimmer is very useful, as the lamp is too powerful to work on short distances at night. The 3 Type AAA batteries make sure you won't run out of power for a long time, a... Read more

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  • posted bykayn1 on 10/14/2012

    A very good headlamp, which provides a lot of light! $ 18 is not too expensive for this lantern. Use it often when I'm in the woods or fishing at night! A lot of light for the money! Visual light is a little white. And when you zoom in with the flashlight, you get a square instead of a circle! a... Read more

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  • posted byfoothill on 09/23/2012

    Really easy to use, no any stupid extra settings like strobo, just on/off, flood and brightnes control. All functions are easy to use, even gloves on. I bought two of these same time, other one died in one month. Led just dropped of from it's weldings. Great for Outdoor activities like hiking, I... Read more

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  • posted byelmwoodblues on 10/13/2011

    infinite adjustable power and focus, comfy strap, external charger cheapo non-chargeable batteries (fire, anyone?) that come with an external charger; no directions What do you look for in an ideal headlamp? On-head balance between lamp in front/batteries in rear? Adjustable spot-to-flood with of... Read more

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  • posted bynerusit on 09/06/2011

    Good lightpower. It's really lightweight, so you nearly don't feel it during carrying. Lens and LED are held in real aluminium (grey parts of front module)!! No cheap plastic, so the heat is well spread and LED stays relatively cool even on full power. Battery cover is made from rubber, the rest... Read more

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  • posted bymika2011 on 08/28/2011

    - quite bright light for a 3xAAA light. But could still be a bit brighter, for example sku.26800 is noticeably brighter with the same batteries - light weight and good strap -> comfortable to wear - power adjustment works well, minimum power is good for saving batteries when only some light is -... Read more

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  • posted byBlackbird2308 on 06/28/2011

    Great head light, Bright light, Adjustable beam for focus and brightness. Very useful. energy efficient. plenty bright for a headlight Adjustments are easy to use. Almost identical to the Ledlenser version (that cost $70USD++) had an issue with mine.. after on high for about an hour I bumped my a... Read more

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  • posted byciberpirri on 05/05/2011

    una relacion calidad precio muy buena.La luz que da es muy potente una de las mejores linternas que he comprado.esta linterna es muy parecida a otra de marca conocida pero el precio es mucho menor la calidad de materiales no es demasiado buena,la bisagra de mover el foco es un poco debil pero en... Read more

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  • posted byevilzone on 01/24/2011

    Good lighpower. It's really lightweight, so you nearly don't feel it during carrying. Lens and LED are held in real aluminium!! (grey parts of front module) No cheap plastic, so the heat is well spread and LED stays relatively cool even on full power. Battery cover is made from rubber, the rest I... Read more

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  • posted byChalfontChubby on 01/05/2011

    Cheap, light, bright. It's plenty for night cross country, and while cycling it complements a handlebar mounted light well - bright enough to be useful for spotting potholes etc and heling out when cornering. Secure and light enough on my head that I forget it when running. Runtime exceeds an on... Read more

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