Re: [h_t_rex] Re: 56 LED Headlamp!
- I have a headlamp with a single LED, but didn't know there were headlamps with more than one until all these posts. What is the benefit multiple LEDs?
Mack Miller <millermack@...> wrote:I have tried headlamps but don't like them because bugs that were
drawn to the light kept flying into my mouth.
I carry a handheld flashlight, and have found that a hand-carried
unit helps with visibility better than a head-mounted light. You get
shadows behind objects when you carry the light at waist level (3D
effect), whereas a head-mounted light gives everything a 2D
appearance (no shadows).
I carry a 10 LED in Green lights from Essential Gear. I bought mine
from Elite Tactical Sources online for $27.
http://www.elitetac ticalsources. com/client/ details.php? pid2=EG100
--- In h_t_rex@yahoogroups .com, "Martin Guthrie" <MLGuthrie@. ..>
> Howdy everyone.
> I'm in the market for night running lighting but am not sure what
> What does everyone recommend as far as handheld vs headband vs
> How many lumens do you need ot see well?
> What are your favorites?
> If price were not a concern what would you get?
> Good luck at Bandera. I'm running Houston half on Sunday with
> year it will be Bandera.
> Martin Guthrie
> 3016 Tangley Road
> Houston, TX 77005
> h (832) 778-9802
> c (832) 577-4317
> MLGuthrie@.. .
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Martin Guthrie" <MLGuthrie@...> wrote:
> I'm in the market for night running lighting but am not sure what to
>I have the same as "millermack" the Essential 10 green LED for the
One very important item to remember with flashlights is before you go
out on a long night run, especially in a race where you may be on your
own, put NEW batteries in the flashlight, otherwise you'll end up with
just a "glowworm". It seems obviouse, but...