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    Lightbulb Headlamps needed

    Okay folks, looking your preferences of best, brightest headlamps for fishing during darkness. Dependability, and where to purchase. I have been through a few and many bands loose their elasticity. Any info and directions appreciated

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    Petzel or Princetec, look for 500-1000 lumens (I am fine with 300 lumens). Camping/backpacking stores will have them
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    Harbor Freight, I think they are $10 each. Going on my second year with one and I use it about twice a week at a minimum.

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    Fenix makes some very good flashlights and headlamps. They have quite a few models to choose from
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    I bought one off Amazon that clips to bill of hat. It recharges in car and has different levels of brightness. It also can be set to cut on and off by waving your hand in front of it if hands are holding lures,line etc.
    I too had trouble with elastic bands not staying put and this is more comfortable to wear by far.
    Reasonable too, about $12.
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    I have one from izoom that the lens housing pulls out and it goes into a beam for long range. I like that for night nav. on the water.

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    i like the motion detection now! i bet thats handy!

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    This is the headlamps I use, they are bright, adjustable beams and high and low power.
    Quote Originally Posted by RobAnderson View Post
    Harbor Freight, I think they are $10 each. Going on my second year with one and I use it about twice a week at a minimum.

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