The Petzl Tactikka+ is the one i have. That's the one with red led, white led, with 3 brightness settings and pulse option.I don't have one yet, I'm look hard at the Petzl headlamp that has a red LED. The current flashlight that I use in the woods at night is a cheapie Remington branded bloodlight. for $16, I've gotten 3 years of good use out of it.
If you want a modern day torch?It should be obvious.
Very similar and I like the versatility. My favorite headlamps for outdoors (yeah, I guess that includes "bushcraft"), are the Fenix HL50, the Steamlight Sidewinder Compact II and the very tiny little Petzl e+LITE (strictly for backpacking).I have dozens of flashlights and headlamps. My go to combo is the Fenix HL50 and an older LD40. Both are neutral white light and run off AA's. Best lights I have for outdoors at this moment.
Got a video of one in action? Never heard of this and it sounds like an interesting experiment.If you want a modern day torch?
Use a lightweight metal handle near 36 inches long, with something on the order of a bicycle grip on the end you hold, with multiple wraps of thick carbon fiber felt as the fuel absorbent material on the end you light.
Carbon fiber felt will not burn. So your torch is reusable.
Carbon fiber felt is also a nonflammable wick replacement for wick burning lanterns.