Coast Micro Headlamp

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This is the simplest headlamp to use just like Campmor…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $19.99

This is the simplest headlamp to use just like Campmor says. It's on or off. I love that. No blinking or flashing. It is very bright. At the Mashpicong shelter on the AT in NJ I could illuminate the woods with the light and they are about 100 yards away. Very powerful.

The only drawback is that it can easily turn on in your pack but the battery lasts so long I don't think it is a problem. It is also very light and inexpensive. It's my favorite headlamp now.

Retailers' Descriptions

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Imagine a backpacking LED headlamp that weighed a mere 1.5 oz with the battery in it. Now imagine this battery would power this very bright little headlamp for up to 14 hours. Also imagine that this light had a hinged adjustment for easy beam direction and came with a carry case. Well you don't have to imagine the Coast LED Headlamp anymore because you can own it. By utilizing the latest in chip technology and an innovative crystal tube reflector system Coast has created an astoundingly bright, light and small headlamp. Great for around camp but perfect for backpacking and night hiking. This light is an ultralight hikers dream. Easy to use too: just ON or OFF. No "brighter" or "dimmer" and NO blinking lights. No red lights. Just ON or OFF. 3 high quality LEDs; 1 white in front; 2 blue safety lights in rear (gives perspective to the person behind you, if you are night hiking).One battery will power this light for at least 14 hours.Crystal reflector tube system.Hinged attachment to position beam.Very simple operation: ON or OFFIncludes handy, compact Neoprene carry case with Velcro belt loop.Adjustable headband.Bulb lasts up to 100,000 hoursMaximum watts: .18.Lumens: 3.7.1 AAA battery included.Weight: 1.5 oz. W/carry case: 2.2 oz.

- Campmor

Coast Micro Headlamp

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The Coast Micro Headlamp is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2010 at Campmor.

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