Tuesday, March 17, 2015

The Xtremer by Path Brite
Waterproof LED Headlamp
Here's a situation we've all been in: You're working on either something around your home, your car, or maybe something else and you need light but can't spare a hand to hold a flashlight. So you wedge the flashlight under your chin or you lay it up on something but it either falls or rolls away. That can be frustrating especially if you're working in a poorly lit or dark area and you need a good bright source of light to see what you're doing. 

Well the Xtremer Path Brite is exactly what you need. It comes with a wide adjustable headband that fits around your head. And the band is soft and comfortable against your skin. The headlamp takes 3 AAA batteries to operate and they come included when you buy the Path Brite. The batteries are easy to install it only takes a few seconds. It has multiple functions and 2 different colored LEDs (Red & White) The white CREE LED has 4 settings high, medium, low, and flashing. The red has 2 settings on and flashing. The on and off buttons are easy to get to and easy to operate. 

Not only can you use this headlamp around the house, it can also be used while camping, biking, hiking, running, fishing, or reading. Its perfect for both indoor and outdoor use and in any weather since its waterproof. 

This has made working around my house a whole lot easier. I find new uses for this headlamp every day. Its really easy to put in the batteries that come included when you buy it. The headband like strap is adjustable and fits comfortably around my head. It doesn't slide down or off your head either when you are wearing it. The top mounted controls are easy to get to and they are rubberized so they don't hurt your finger when you adjust the controls on the headlamp. I love the 4 white LED settings that increase the brightness and the flashing mode. The red LED feature is also nice for when I go bike riding in the evenings. Its not at all heavy so it doesn't weigh down your head when you're wearing it. I no longer have to struggle with trying to hold flashlights when I'm working on stuff around my house. I just tilt my head whichever way I need to to get light right where I need it. I received this product in exchange for my honest review of it. 

If you would like more information, or to purchase a headlamp, here is the product purchase link:

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