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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I was at Walmart and noticed they had a dizzying array of different brands and lamp types. LEDs, Cree, etc.. Most expensive doesn't necessarily always mean the best. I intend on using the HL for power-outages, fishing, camping, hiking, shtf. What brand and type is a good, all-around...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Found it at my local sporting goods store. Not sure if it's a good one or not but it looks like a smoking deal. They also have them in blue. http://www.sportchalet.com/product/300362_1995920.do?keyword=headlamp&sortby=ourPicks What say you?
  3. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    lately i've been using a princetontec headlamp. i''m pretty happy with it. for what it's worth, they are a us company, so if you are staunch about buying american, they are american. http://www.princetontec.com/
  4. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I've become a believer in headlamps, much to the disdain of my camping friends. I'm assuming there are no handcrank headlamps out there, so, what lightweight bombproof headlamps do you recommend? Lightweight is a bonus, but bombproof is a necessity. Thanks!
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Woot has a great deal today (2/15/10 Monday). A large, heavy duty headlamp for 17.99. The little ones are great for a backpack, but in your home or camp, a big, bright one that uses 2aa batteries is much better. Woot only sells items for one day. Sale over.
  6. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    A candid discussion about flashlights and a review of the Energizer Headlight. Not a bad headlamp $12 3 AAA batteries 2 modes 2 white LED mode 1 red LED mode (50 hours run time) adjustable elastic headband Lifetime Warranty
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