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    don;t know, but i like my th20

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    I found a light that will work clipped to my pack belt, and reviewed it here.

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    Best to me means versatility, for me it's the "revolt" which allows for using disposable dry cells as well as charging/recharging from a AC source.

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    ...and USB charging

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    Petzl ACTIK-CORE - white and red options, 3 AAAs or micro-USB rechargeable off your Anker. Massively popular on the PCT this year.

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    This is a good one, great price too for a rechargeable lamp.

    https://sectionhiker.com/nitecore-nu...adlamp-review/


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rex Clifton View Post
    This is a good one, great price too for a rechargeable lamp.

    https://sectionhiker.com/nitecore-nu...adlamp-review/
    Pretty nice, except for the battery life issue. Decreasing the output by a factor of 5.5 (220 lumens down to 40 lumens) only gets you 29% more use time (an extra 105 minutes). I do like the NU20's IPX7 waterproof rating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DownEaster View Post
    Pretty nice, except for the battery life issue. Decreasing the output by a factor of 5.5 (220 lumens down to 40 lumens) only gets you 29% more use time (an extra 105 minutes). I do like the NU20's IPX7 waterproof rating.
    Good point , but I always carry a 1,000 milliamp battery charger (a cheapo unit that cost around five bucks) for the NU 20, as well as the little Sandisk mp3 player I always carry. Not much weight gain when you consider I always carried three spare AAA batteries for my previous, non-rechargeable lamp.

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    Recently ordered a Black Diamond ION headlamp S17 with 100 lumens. Weight 50g or 1.9 oz with batteries included. Light enough to night hike and allow me to carry a few carrots in my pocket.

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    Iíve owned most major brands...nothing compares to Zebra light imo.....itís not plastic but UL aluminum unlike the rest. Having the available 300lm when needed and only 2oz w 1 AA battery....sure for most night hiking I use med/low setting but sure is nice to be able have some range when needed.


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