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- 1 TriplePower LED with 200 lumens (max setting) projects a strong, oval beam
- Red taillight strobe with on/off programmability for visibility in urban areas
- Powered by a lithium polymer rechargeable battery (5-hour USB charge time)
- Settings include full strength, dimming and strobe
- Regulated for constant illumination on all brightness settings
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A rechargeable streets-to-trails runners headlamp with excellent fore-aft balance and a super low profile.
Color: Smoke Blue | Size: One Size
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The only issues I have had would be a problem using any headlamp. Specifically:
- With a headlamp, there are no shadows which makes depth perception a little more difficult (i.e. it is harder to make out roots / rocks than it is during daylight when I can see their shadows)
- No peripheral vision
- Harder to see the puddles / muddy sections (again, using a headlamp means very little reflection)
The above issues are going to be a problem with any light source that emanates from your forehead.
Overall, I love this headlamp, and I love being able to run in the dark!!!
Now to the strange part, and wondering if it relates to the headlamp. Used it for the first time this past Wednesday morning. About a mile into the run, I felt a large object land on my head, fairly forcefully, and then fly off in front of me. It was an owl. Chalked it up to a good story to tell my coworkers. Then on Thursday morning, went out again, this time with a hat as it was cool and just in case, also before sunrise, passed the same spot as my encounter the previous day, no issue so far. Continued on my circular route. It was now just barely dawn and I saw an owl sitting in a tree on the side of the road, probably a quarter mile or more physical distance from previous encounter. I have never seen an owl on my runs previous to this week. I greeted it, rather cordially considering my previous encounter - not sure if the same owl, but made some grumbling about my previous experience with owls in general. Went on running. About 5 second later, boom, the owl had pushed off from my head (like previous incident came from behind so did not see it, and they are really quiet flight as I have found out, no idea I was being stalked). I screamed at it and kept on running. A few second later, boom, hit me on the head again. Screamed at it again, and doubled my pace. This time it drew some blood despite the hat. Found some articles on the internet about other runners being attacked by owls. This morning I went out, pretty much same route with a DIFFERENT headlamp, actually the Black Diamond Spot HeadLamp, no blinker on the back of the headstrap. No issue. I am wondering if the rapid blinker on the back was particularly irritating to the owl population or at least gave them a guided beacon to the stop of my head. Other than the owl incidents the headlamp is perfect. I will probably be saving it for hiking or at least a different season of the year.
With the coming shorter daylight hours I've posted this headlamp to my running community as a thumbs up.
The only downside is that mine died during my early-morning run yesterday. It cannot be charged anymore but then last night the tail lights suddenly came on. I suspect that something shorted out. Nevertheless, I will order the same light again as I cannot find a better alternative.