I prefer 18650, but I would consider something else, if necessary.Besides flashing, is there anything else you're looking for from the headlamp?
Battery size? Red flash? White flash? User interface? Output? Etc?
Glad to help you out.Thank you very much!
I went on a bike ride last night and I was thinking how nice it would be to have a flashing headlamp during a bicycle ride.
As I look through the list, I am trying to decide what the correct mode for biking would be.
The Nitecore HC60W V2 has Location Beacon, SOS, Strobe.
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Why do you think that?. I've never seen a bicycle using a strobe. Flashing white for the front is common during the day.
Flash is very slow compared to most strobes.
Another one that thinks randomly shining a strobe at a driver and others is a good idea. Yeah, the strobe that manufactures claim is for self defense.I just figure strobe is going to get people's attention better than a slower flash and he should be able to see what's going on in front of him.
Other than that it's just a guess really. He'll have to try the different modes to truly know which one works best for him.
Besides flashing, is there anything else you're looking for from the headlamp?
Battery size? Red flash? White flash? User interface? Output? Etc.?