yep, that one! so excited after running with definitely-many-few-lumens one wed night!
I'd be curious to hear how the light works for O - the one review on that site said it has a narrow beam. Hurry up and try it out so we can all know!
I think it's great, but I haven't used many top-end O lights so my basis for comparison is pretty weak.
There are lots of orienteers in Sweden that have bought this light and (supposedly) use it for night-O. I have one myself, but have only actually used it once or twice since I also have another similar light (Petzl Ultra) that I prefer at the moment. I bought it mainly because it was extremely good value for the money compared to what you usually have to pay for this quality - thought it would be useful to have an extra light if anyone else in the family needed it.
(Aren´t there several threads already discussing this light and other similar solutions, BTW?)
I don't have the patience for threads that reference multiple different lights. ;-)
This looks like it might be a nice light to add to the arsenal, given the cost...
Can one purchase a "winning headlamp" for $44? PG spent some 10x that I believe for same. Ken W. Sr bought a China imitation. I spent time behind him in a Pawtuckaway nite-O 2 yrs ago appreciating the view. There has been much said on this subject. I want a lamp that "lights the woods" next time I go out competitively. I will return to those threads (of gold) in search of a/my guiding light:-).