- Aug 11, 2003
i was really like the baton 3 started saving for it and then i see it uses some stupid olight battery. . i was loving the amazeing runtimes verses lumens on it. but hate special batts
I think this is a better idea. The general approach would identify the general performance categories of interest to the user -i.e. going with just 3 lights I can foresee a medium-power throw, high-power large-area, task low-power lighting being 3 areas to consider a specialty lights for with consideration for common cells if cost and logistics are to be minimized.Nothing comes close so I own & use more than 3 good lights for what they're good at
Sorry, my heart stopped for a moment 😲going with just 3 lights
Hey, I was around then, and it certainly blows mine now!I don’t think we will ever be happy and will always want just a bit more than what we have already.If you asked someone 50 years ago what the perfect light would be, we probably would have surpassed that. And if you presented them with what we have now it would blow their mind.
I think I was more satisfied back then, simply because the choices were so limited. Push button (or rather slide switch), light comes out.... good enough. Light no worky, bump against the palm, light worky.... good enough.Hey, I was around then, and it certainly blows mine now!
Last time I visited a Cheesecake Factory restaurant the menu was extensive - easily 20 pages - to the point that I imagine it takes patrons an additional ~10 minutes vs other restaurants just to scan the entire thing to decide what to eat. I fell for that pitfall the first time I visited but on subsequent visits opened to a random page and scanned one direction or the other until I found something I liked - skipping the optimal choice trap.Just goes to show the more choices we have mostly causes The more indecision.