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    Here is the red one I have. Amazon is out of the white right now.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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    Never found "the one" for the headlamp. Ideally lightweight (no battery pack/cable), high lumens (250+) that can last many hours on HIGH.

    I have two headlamps I keep in the pack. The storm for the higher lumens, but battery life on high IMO sucks and I have the Princeton Remix PRO for the good red light and longer battery life on HIGH. Plus the Remix runs the same battery as the rangefinder.

    I used the Energizer headlamp for a long, long time and never had an issue with them. The storm has a slightly longer battery life on HIGH, so I have stuck with the storm.

    If anyone can make a headlamp that is around the size of the energizer, storm or remix that runs on either of the amount of batteries they do and can burn say a 400 lumen at max and run on high for many hours would be a winner!

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    This is the headlamp that I rock. I dig it! Wish the run time would be a tad bit longer though. Easy enough bringing a solar panel to charge it up.

    https://www.amazon.com/Nitecore-HC90...=nitecore+hc90

 

 
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