Author Topic: head torches  (Read 856 times)

wobblyknees

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Re: head torches
« Reply #15 on: 17:23:21, 21/01/20 »
+1 for LED Lenser.
Also my go to head torch, although my wife's Alpkit (forget the model) is not bad either. We use the Alpkit for walking to the pub as it has a flashing red light at the rear.

richardh1905

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Re: head torches
« Reply #16 on: 19:19:28, 21/01/20 »
31 for the Petzl Actik Core is very tempting, I must say.

richardh1905

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Re: head torches
« Reply #17 on: 19:21:00, 21/01/20 »
I've been let down by an LED Lenser headtorch torch in the past - hinge broke. Still works though, but difficult to change the batteries - hopefully the design has improved.

sussamb

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Re: head torches
« Reply #18 on: 20:21:11, 21/01/20 »
+1 for LED Lenser.
Also my go to head torch, although my wife's Alpkit (forget the model) is not bad either. We use the Alpkit for walking to the pub as it has a flashing red light at the rear.

So does my LED Lenser  ;)
Where there's a will ...

Bhod

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Re: head torches
« Reply #19 on: 09:34:08, 22/01/20 »
We use the Alpkit for walking to the pub as it has a flashing red light at the rear.
As does the Nao+.  No switch to turn it off though, it has to be done via the app.
Not a complete idiot, bits of me are missing.