good and effective
A working game.
The headlamp is quite efficient and good for the price range. The light is good enough for late night snow work. The only strong downside is that
due to light output, standard AAA batteries discharge quickly. Therefore, you should purchase rechargeable batteries.
Everything is fine, good flashlight.
It was what the product description promised. Affordable but high quality and surprisingly effective. I recommend this rather than cheap Chinese shrimp, as this is nothing expensive either.
The features are as promised, it's hard to figure out what's wrong with this. There is a red light + flashing and three intensities of white light. The operation is learned quickly and the focus of the light is adjustable. You should buy this kind of cheap light instead of five euros.
Light condition a bit modest but comfortable and light head. Actually completely inconspicuous. In camping conditions, in a tent and in a shed, it is certainly good to bring an afterglow ring around the light source. The minimum power is well suited for reading a map / book in the dark. I don't think there is enough power to move around in nature, but I like this more as a camp lamp.
Petzl has had a headlamp credit mark for a long time. The first Petzl headlamp purchased in the 90s still works flawlessly. A few headlights have become purchased over the years and I haven’t “collapsed” into other brands, due to Petzli’s reliability. There is really nothing bad to say about any of the Pezls. Perhaps the only small downside is that loosening of the headband (loss of elasticity) over the years, which although only applies to the last couple of headlights, but luckily at least for now, you get a spare collar. Others bark at Pezl’s light power modest, but I’ve done quite well on my own when I haven’t had to illuminate an entire mountain at once. In fact, I have been considering that one dimmer position should be more…
Relatively heavy but good lamp. Nice when three different brightness degrees. I didn't think the battery wasn't included so it was a shame!
I’ve been a friend of Petzl lamps for a long time because they are the most durable of all the other brands I’ve tried. I bought this as a spare lamp to complement the Petzl Tacktikka Coreani, and this is a little lighter, cheaper and at the same time understandably also lower in maximum light output. Today, LED technology is so good that even cheaper bulbs are more efficient than the more expensive ones bought a few years ago, and the light output of this Tika is enough for me in most situations. The red light is also important in my own use, and here it is.
It bothered me a bit that the battery was not in the sales package, only AAA batteries. On the presentation page of Varustenet, the issue seems to be clear, but I didn't make it clear about the sales package in the store. Tactika Coressani has a battery and I charge it often, so I'll probably get that battery here too.