By Renee Howard
I have a small headlamp and flashlight graveyard in my closet. It seems no matter how much I spend on the damn things, they always fall apart or flicker out and die right when I need them most. I immediately knew that HEADSPIN’s convertible lighting kit would allow me to chuck those old lights and start fresh. As soon as I opened the HEADSPIN lighting kit I was impressed with the quality feel of the entire system.
I endeavored to take the kit out for a camping trip in search of some spruce hens for dinner and I was not disappointed. I used the light for every aspect of the day after sunset and it passed the Alaska test. I didn’t find any birds but I did manage to put the light through the paces biking, setting up camp, cleaning guns, swimming in 34 degree ice-water and cooking a gourmet meal of moose steaks around the fire.
There is nothing flimsy or cheap feeling about any aspect of this product. I love the ease with which you can adjust the brightness settings – no more fumbling around with triple taps and half-press single buttons. The settings range from reading in the tent at an energy saving 10 lumens to discovering what type of large carnivore is marauding your camp at 3am, with the max output of a very impressive 400 lumens.