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Looking to purchase a new headlamp for going to the blind in the early am and returning late pm. I prefer the green lamps and have heard people speak about them? Is anyone useing one and if so what would you suggest. My old BROWNING BLACK ICE HEADLAMP has the white light and can't find a green one from Browning? I have been looking at the Petzl line :-\

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Petzl Tactikka XP Headlamp
Heads up! The Tactikka XP weighs only 3.4 ounces when loaded with three AAA batteries. It swivels up and down and can be worn under your hat brim. The 1-watt LED has three power settings and lets you see more than 100 feet; a boost button increases that distance by half. There’s a flood beam mode for wide coverage, spot for close, and clear, red, blue, and green lens colors. After being held under a shower while powered up and then stored wet in a plastic bag for an afternoon, the Tactikka continued to perform. It outlasted the advertised battery life by 30 hours. $50;
 

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anybody try the Buckmasters Camo Trident Headlamp

Realtree Hardwoods Green High Definition (HD) Camoflauge Pattern.

Uses 3 “AAA” Batteries.

100,000 HR LEDs

Water-resistant

Lightweight thermo plastic construction.

90° tilting head

1.86” Face Cap Diameter
Width - 2.55”
Depth - 2.53”
Weight - 4.64 oz with batteries.

Fully adjustable rubber and elastic straps included.
Bulb Ratings:

Xenon - 18 Lumens

3 LEDs - 7.5 Lumens
3 Modes:
Three Night Vision Green LEDs
One Night Vision Green LED
Super-Bright Xenon Bulb with spot-to-flood focus.

Run Time: Up to 150 HRS (single LED)
 

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Streamlight makes a green trident, which is nice, and alot cheaper than Petzl
 
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