Flashlight headbands?

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Flashlight headbands?

Anyone know of any good headbands that hold flashlights? I recall seeing one at KD that looked similar to the ones that come with zebralights.

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The KD one is the only one I know of.

 

Their search is pretty poor but if you type in the word "belt" it will appear.

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Yup... The one from KD is a good one. Side by side with my zebralight headband, it's hard to see much difference (other than the name). 

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Thanks, guys. It didn't occur to me to search for 'belt', and KD's search is atrocious.

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higbvuyb wrote:

Thanks, guys. It didn't occur to me to search for 'belt', and KD's search is atrocious.

Just about everything about their site is atrocious.
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Have you seen this thread?

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I have that one, it doesn't fit anything except my EOS A2, and that's not really ideal since it's not an angle light.

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Just wear it on the side of your head rather than in front.

 

The numbers from my light tests are always to be found here.

https://spreadsheets.google.com/ccc?key=0ApkFM37n_QnRdDU5MDNzOURjYllmZHI...

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Yeah, I can figure out that much :). The problem is that you can't angle it up and down like a normal headlight.

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 If I look for something on the ground and want a big angle,I put the torch under the band,

 

    Lennart

 

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