The flood beam is very useful for any type of indoor use,for repair work,etc.This is definitely far more useful than other headlamps I've had in the past. The headband works well, and it has a very nice variety of levels. It's great for working on a computer that's hiding under a desk.
Thanks for sharing. It's great to know that HC50 performs well under really heavy usage.:thumbsup:Used my HC50 every night for the last 3 weeks to walk the dog. Great combination of flood with a little bit of spot to light up the trail ahead. This weekend went on a caving trip in San Antonio. It was a 'wetsuit' cave, so lots of water - 2 hrs of swimming and 5 hrs of slogging through mud and water in a 3' tall passage. The light was dunked, dragged against walls, and banged into the ceiling. It worked like a champ and never missed a beat. Everyone was really impressed with the light output (I actually had to turn the light to low several times to keep from overpowering other people's lights and casting shadows in front of them) and were shocked by the small size. In tight quarters the lack of a rear battery pack with an absolute pleasure! So far it is my absolute favorite caving light. Oh, and I guess I am a lucky one because no LED glow in off position. FWIW I have used only 18650's in it - eagletac 2600 and Orbtronics 3400.
Thank you tobrien.phenomenal review and photos!
Please tell me more about that clamp!
HelloI would also like to know more about the tripod and clamp.
Hello NenadHi everybody!
Just a quick introduce. I am a clarinetist from Croatia who is in love with flashlights for some time. I enjoy reading reviews here and Cpf helped me many times to decide what to buy. Few days ago I ordered Nitecore Tm26 3800 lumen version and now I am thinking to order this one for night cycling.
This Universal clamp caught my eye so if somebody can please pm the site.