64941Edit: LTR - EQ2 headlamp - Mark McLauchlin
- Jun 1, 2010Hi Mark, sorry to hear about the injury but glad to hear you are on the mend. I had a similar problem last summer when I had a bout with some kind of infection that turned into sever bronchitis and was basicaly out of commision for 8 weeks. Oh well, enough of my war stories...here are your edits.
--- In email@example.com, "Mark McLauchlin" <mark@...> wrote:
As a result the headlamp has only see one nights additional use hiking, however it has been use for several other night activities such as geocaching and fishing.
Edit: see should be seen or skip the has and make it only saw.
> I feel very strongly now towards how well the focused performs when compared to other headlamps that do not have this feature.
Edit: something is missing, I think you meant focused beam.
It, in my opinion is a must. The additional control the user has over where the light is directed is fantastic.
Comment: I get what you are saying but I think where is the wrong word here as the light will point in the same direction regardless of how it is focused. I think "The additional control the user has over how much of the light is directed is fantastic." would be the better.
> head still performs as it was new.
Comment: probably just a regional dialect thing but I'd say as if it were new....adding if.
> It is safe to say that the eQ2 headlamp will definitely form part of my
> regular hiking gear, it is both functional and lightweight which are the two
> most important aspects to me as strive to reduce my weight (currently 5 kg
> or 13 lb).
Comment: I think you should add "pack" in front of weight. for all i know you might be loosing weight yourself. All-be-it 5 kg (13 lb) would be one skinny lass.
That's all I see, fix to your satisfaction and upload. It was a pleasure working with you on this series.
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