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    Re: The Snowminer from Snow Peak Headlamp

    Here is a link to the REI page that contains the SnowMiner headlamp. There are 3 or 4 pages of headlamps and when you compare the price of the Snowminer @ $55 bucks and change it is actually a lot cheaper than many of the lights listed. In some cases it is more than a $300 BUCKS LESS! And, like others have already mentioned this lamp will actually do the job or two or more lights. Looks like a deal to me!

    Almost forgot to post the link:http://www.rei.com/search?cat=400063...52%3AHeadlamps
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    Re: The Snowminer from Snow Peak Headlamp

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    Richard (BMW) may ride up as well (attended Chillout '11 and '12).
    Tell him Bud and I says hello.
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    Re: The Snowminer from Snow Peak Headlamp

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    Oh man, I hate missing this!
    Wish you were going to be there. I will miss that accent of yours

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    Re: The Snowminer from Snow Peak Headlamp

    Snowminer is getting some good reviews. Most of the issues were heavy/bulky which is pretty much a non issue for us motocampers. Santa just might have to bring me one of these.

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    Re: The Snowminer from Snow Peak Headlamp

    Quote Originally Posted by dkurfiss View Post
    Snowminer is getting some good reviews. Most of the issues were heavy/bulky which is pretty much a non issue for us motocampers. Santa just might have to bring me one of these.
    HO, HO, HO, Snowminer for all the good girls and boys.
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    Re: The Snowminer from Snow Peak Headlamp

    Quote Originally Posted by moodygne View Post
    HO, HO, HO, Snowminer for all the good girls and boys.
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    Does this mean Gene is going to be Santa and deliver these to all the good Motocampers?

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    Re: The Snowminer from Snow Peak Headlamp

    Quote Originally Posted by dkurfiss View Post
    Does this mean Gene is going to be Santa and deliver these to all the good Motocampers?


    No, No, No, Gene will not.
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    Re: The Snowminer from Snow Peak Headlamp

    Quote Originally Posted by dkurfiss View Post
    Wish you were going to be there. I will miss that accent of yours
    I'm hoping that I can get to another camp soon, maybe in the next month or so! Local riding is good and as the old saying goes, any ride is a good ride, but I'm really needing a road trip!

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    Re: The Snowminer from Snow Peak Headlamp

    Quote Originally Posted by Whosoever View Post
    Here is a link to the REI page that contains the SnowMiner headlamp. There are 3 or 4 pages of headlamps and when you compare the price of the Snowminer @ $55 bucks and change it is actually a lot cheaper than many of the lights listed. In some cases it is more than a $300 BUCKS LESS! And, like others have already mentioned this lamp will actually do the job or two or more lights. Looks like a deal to me!

    Almost forgot to post the link:http://www.rei.com/search?cat=400063...52%3AHeadlamps
    Only problem I see with the Snowminer is that it gives 360 degree lite even in the headlamp position, means ya would have to wear a hat or the light is gonna be in your eyes for walking. Might not bother some people but would me. Ill stick with my regular headlamp and uno's light string for inside.
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    Re: The Snowminer from Snow Peak Headlamp

    Quote Originally Posted by lytle1gw View Post
    Only problem I see with the Snowminer is that it gives 360 degree lite even in the headlamp position, means ya would have to wear a hat or the light is gonna be in your eyes for walking. Might not bother some people but would me. Ill stick with my regular headlamp and uno's light string for inside.
    Not so according to the video...check it out....it is variable including a small direct beam.

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