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I've been in Search and Rescue for well over 30 years…

Trailspace.com
28 November 2004
  • Summary: I've been in Search and Rescue for well over 30 years and have tried everything from my Maglite 6 D cell fire starter to my Petzl Mega. Each has its own valuable uses, but for down and dirty ultra-dependabiliy and general usefulness I count on my Spector hands down. I have absolutely no concerns about battery life or blown bulbs when I'm in the field with the Septor. Its battery life can, and does, run circles around my poor 53-year-old body..
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Overview: The Septor is a headlamp manufactured by…

Brian Chia, Trailspace.com
20 November 2004
  • Summary: Overview: The Septor is a headlamp manufactured by Streamlight. It is powered by 3AAA batteries and features 7 5mm LEDs with 3 levels of brightness. Construction: The Septor is constructed of a tough ABS polymer and has a polycarbonate one piece bezel/lens with a black rubber shroud. It has a racheting attachment to an elastic head strap. The light uses 3 AAA batteries which are inserted horizontally with a plastic battery carrier.
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