Even tho my shop has many lights I still have trouble seeing when working on my T. Trouble lights never seem to point in the correct direction and get in the way. Plus I break a lot of bulbs. Watching a TV show, a person was using a miners head lamp. Bought me one and the light problem was solved. Points a bright light where ever you are looking.
Yep they work great. Just don't look at anyone you'll blind them!
I have one from Black Diamond and it is very useful. There are two different white leds and a red led, and all are adjustable from "bright enough to read by" to (bright enough to cause retinal damage". Very handy thing to have in the tool kit, each car, and the bug out bag.
Jim they work great. Every Amishman in our county has one. I use the in the garage and hunting. I have one on my fire helmet also.
Your "fire helmet" ???
This IS a family-rated forum, Amigo !
Jim,Did you pick that up at Burly Park? Bud.
Were you watching "Mountain Monsters"????
I got this idea watching Expedition Unknown. Cave exploration.
In my late 40's I got to where I couldn't see well in the shop. Turned out the lights were fine....I had a nice set of cataracts in both eyes. Ha Quite a surprise. Got 'em fixed, shop lights were absolutely blinding.
Cataracts can really be a problem that's why I like Lincolns especially the 41 model
The hf unit shown is battery eating incandescent, not led. Very poor light distribution, little better than a lit match. If you use it much your battery cost will exceed your savings in a short time. I have this one and several others that are led's, there's no comparison. jb