Thanks Roger. Updated and uploaded. See comments below.
> > one of which hours was in a fairly heavy downpour.
> Comment (only): a more common way of expressing this is
> 'one hour of which was in a fairly heavy downpour.'
[JET] I knew that was awkward. Thank you for the eloquent suggestion.
> > What I have noticed in "spot" mode is that I can't angle the lamp
> down as far as I would like, so to see directly in front of me I need
> to tip my head fairly significantly to illuminate the ground in the
> area I'd be taking my next step.
> Edit/Question: does the peak of the cap cause this problem? A reader
> looking at the photo below might wonder.
[JET] Yes, the cap is part of the issue. I have updated the paragraph to
explain what is going on more clearly.
> > how the red light is affective
> EDIT: effective - leading 'e'
[JET] I do well with "they're, there, and their", "two, to, and too", and
even "its and it's", but I can never get "affective and effective". I
guess the general rule of thumb should be use the 'e' when in doubt,
because that is almost always correct.
> > is that the cones are sensitive to red light, and the
> > rods are sensitive to blue - white light.
> Comment: ahhh - that is not the full story by any means, and not
> necessarily entirely accurate to boot. But for the purpose of
> explaining about red light in this review it is adequate.
[JET] I added "as I understand it" to the beginning of this section.
> > Since the headlamp by definition leaves both hands free anyway,
> edit/comment: awful long sentence...
> > As for the headlamp itself; the Underwater Kinetics Vizion is a pretty
> EDIT: replace the ; with either a comma or a dash. I would use a dash
> > between "spot", "defused", and "red defused" modes,
> EDIT: diffused, 2 places
[JET] I hate it when the word I use is spelled correctly, but it's the
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