Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $35
This is a good, bright headlamp.
I like the adjustability from bright to medium to dim to flashing. The red lens is good for moving around in the tent without waking others. The red lens flips down over the LED lights. The brightest setting is too bright for my eyes for reading but is great lighting up the forest while walking around in the dark. The dim setting is better for my eyes for reading.
Price Paid: $44
I used it in Iraq and will never venture into the field without it. It's got good output in both white and red light, it's light enough that you don't know it's there, and small enough to carry in a pocket. The band will fit over a helmet for tactical/high angle work and it's almost indestructable.
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