What do horror, romance, and desert island movies have in common?
Not a lot, except the idea that at any time, people can get stranded in the wilderness. Or a cave in the middle of a storm. No cell service, just the clothes on their back, and maybe a pocket knife and a moldy cracker for survival.
In these situations, what’s more reliable than a handy light source for slogging through dark forest floors?
The only correct answer is a hands-free light source. And that’s where the GearLight headlamp comes in.
Admittedly, there are many non-life-threatening situations where you might need a sturdy headlamp. But since the GearLight comes with red beams and an SOS lighting mode, it’s hard not to imagine it as a doomsday pack essential.
It even comes in packs of two, retailing at $7 per headlamp, so it’s a more economical purchase in the unlikely event that the world’s plunged into a dystopian narrative.
But, steering past the mostly-fictional, you can use the headlamp for a number of real-world applications. It’s waterproof, which means it can withstand a few drops from stalactites when you go spelunking.
It also pivots on a 45-degree angle for close-up, intricately detailed craftwork. Or so you don’t have to squint to read labels during a blackout.
- Super bright with a maximum output of 586 lumens
- Includes an adjustable headband to fit adults and children
- Weighs a total of 3-4 oz. to avoid neck strain during use
- Has 7 lighting modes to match any activity
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