M Petzl e+LITE Headlamp REVIEW
by Rick Dreher
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Part LED headlamp and part button-cell minilight, the PETZL e+LITE offers more features and flexibility than is typical with either form. With both white and red LEDs, a detachable lamphead that can clip to a hat, a rotary switch and a handy storage case, never in the history of flashlightdom has 1 ounce provided the user with so many choices.
- What's Good
- What's Not So Good
- Specifications: Manufacturer, Year/Model, Type, Weight, Component Weights, Batteries/Operating Voltage, Tool Required to Change Batteries?, Regulated?, Waterproof Rating, Number of LEDs, Number of Modes, Removable Headstrap?, Manufacturer's Battery Life Claims, Manufacturer's Beam Distance Claims , Guarantee, MSRP
- What It Is
- What It Isn't
- Wearing and Operating
- Assessment: Toy, or Tool?
- Idle Speculation
- Compared To
- Recommendations for Improvement
- Question for Down the Trail
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