In early May 2013, COAST premiered its latest LED headlamps, knives, lanterns, multi-tools and flashlights during the National Hardware Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center. Among the new LED headlamps are the HL8 and HL27, among the brightest, most comfortable and durable headlamps on the market. (more…)
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Knowing how to choose an LED headlamp can be tricky business. LED headlamps are available in a wide variety of price ranges and can be used in many different situations, each with its own unique lighting requirements. In order to choose the best headlamp for your needs, it’s helpful to understand the different features of an LED headlamp and how they affect the quality of the device.
Even if you are not the outdoorsy type, LED headlamps are more useful than you may think. Unlike a flashlight, a headlamp gives you the ability to complete tasks hands-free, which is advantageous for several tasks. If you do any of the following activities, an LED headlamp can help make your life easier: (more…)
LED headlamps are one of the latest accessories to gain popularity among outdoor enthusiasts and those who like to work with their hands. These headlamps come equipped with light emitting diodes, or LED lights, which provide a brighter light than traditional lights used in headlamps. LED lights use less battery power than traditional flashlights, thus providing significantly more hours of light. Consequently, an LED headlamp is 90 percent more efficient than one that does not use LEDs.
Quality camping gear doesn’t come cheap, and for that reason many families collect what they need and then reuse the same gear year after year. If you’re among those who still sleep in patched tents they bought back in the nineties or sleeping bags that have lived past their prime, it’s time to start thinking about upgrades.
Very few people prefer to camp during the winter, because there is the scare of frostbite or other curveballs Mother Nature might decide to throw. However, camping in the winter has its advantages, such as having more options for camping locations. The lack of other campers yields a quiet experience that bonds nature, spirit and body together.