SureFire headlamp?

Brandon Pattison

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The Petzl Myo XP takes AA batteries, usually same as most gadgets and is comparable. I like the looks of this light. I have had LEDs fail and the lights with multiple lamps proved more reliable because you can have 3 ot of 4 vs. 0 out of 1. That said, if you have a spare then you should have no worries.
 

vcb

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Tangsrud, that looks dope. Haven't used it though....Hard to break away from my black diamond.
 
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tangsrud

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Other than the Minimus being a SureFire product the thing I like about it is that it uses lithium 123A batteries which have an excellent life, and they are also what I use for my handheld flashlights...I am thinking that by having the same power source I will need less batteries in my pack reducing my weight- but, is that weight enough to justify the $130.00 Price tag???
 

Dixie07

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Santa Claus brought me a Surefire Saint for Christmas, and I absolutely love it. The only negative I have is that everything else I carry backpacking uses double A's, but I deal with that.
 
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