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Seeing is believeing.  

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From: Scott Danis <[log in to unmask]> 

> On Tue, 21 Oct 2008 14:01:27 -0400, Just.In Woods 
> wrote: 
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> >On Tue, 21 Oct 2008 17:38:19 +0000, Joey De Gappa 
> > wrote: 
> > 
> >>Try the Light and Motion head lamp. I picked one up at Great Northern 
> >>Cycleworks on Main St. 
> >>The head lamp is small has 3 power variables. The battery is the size of 2 
> >>cigarette packs. 
> >>I use it in the Fall for downhill rollerblading at night. It will light 
> up a good 
> >>3000' ahead of you on minimum power and is bright enough at full power to 
> >>see definition in the slope. I now use the led's for climbing and the 
> Light and 
> >>Motion for the downhill run. 
> > 
> >downhill rollerblading? hmmmm... 
> 
> Wasn't someone else into rollerblading on the list? I didn't think he was 
> into down-hilling though. I'm curious, Mr. De Gappa, how do you know when 
> you are seeing something 3000 feet away? I wonder how far you can see at 
> full power (I'm thinking of upgrading myself). 
> > 
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