A good headlamp can be a very valuable tool for the outdoorsman or landowner. The ability to see, hands-free, can be of great value at times. Headlamps have evolved a long way from the old carbide burning lights we used sometimes to coon hunt in my distant youth, but many of the most recent are pretty much disposable devices that rarely last long enough to need a battery change.
Not so the LuckLED Cree XM-L2 rechargeable headlamp. This unit has a web-type harness to fit over the head, rather than a single elastic band like most, and it uses a rechargeable battery that provides a good deal more power than the “cheap” lights on the market. I use mine a lot when tending to my dogs (feeding, mostly) after dark or investigating things that go bump in the night on my property. The control is a simple push button, and it has brightness settings, selection of 1, 2, or all 3 lamps, and a flickering “strobe” type setting.
My only complaint so far about this light MIGHT be that the battery does not seem to hold a charge for an exceptional amount of time, but it throws a powerful beam, gets the job done, and recharges quickly.