December 30, 2004
Ultra Light - 'Gives you bat vision at night!'
Hey, that sounds pretty darn good; I mean, bats go swooping around at top speed in pitch darkness without smashing their brains out on cave walls, so it must be the right stuff.
This clip-on light attaches to your glasses or hat, then lets you aim it precisely where you want.
From the website:
- Made by the leading manufacturer of precision medical headlamps for surgeons and dentists.
The powerful beam passes through a surgical-grade lens that gathers and intensifies the light into a brilliant beacon so powerful that you can see 35-40 feet ahead while walking at night.
LED never needs replacement.
Swivels both up-and-down and side-to-side for exacting close-up work.
Two tiny lithium batteries give 80-100 hours use per set.
For reading at night without spooking your spouse!
Reading at night?
It doesn't say anything about clipping to my book, but that clip looks plenty serious from the pictures.
I'd best be getting one to try out as a bedtime reading light, don't you think?
No, I don't use Nextel, don't start in on me....
Comes in yellow, white, black, blue, red, and olive green (not shown).
December 30, 2004 at 01:01 PM | Permalink
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