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    @ Die SwartKat

    Consider adding a head lamp, something like the PETZL E+Lite Headlamp

    https://www.petzl.com/INT/en/Sport/C...amps/ePLUSLITE

    https://www.campandclimb.co.za/product/petzl-e-lite/

    Its very compact and light.

    Or any other headlamp you may have laying around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DC Polokwane View Post
    @ Die SwartKat

    Consider adding a head lamp, something like the PETZL E+Lite Headlamp

    https://www.petzl.com/INT/en/Sport/C...amps/ePLUSLITE

    https://www.campandclimb.co.za/product/petzl-e-lite/

    Its very compact and light.

    Or any other headlamp you may have laying around.
    Yes I have thought about this and there are several reasons why this is a better option.

    I have a few laying around. I also still have space for this. Will do.
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