I guess if you would want one it would be good....I don't see were they can put a battery in the head that will last 20 hours,,,but i guess if they say it will i guess we got ot take there word right now,,,And it cost a good little penny...
I think LED will change the light industry and were only seeing the beginning. but if it cost nothing to make and look how much less hardware this has but yet still the same price as belt and box lights if they can make it much cheaper shouldnt they sell it much cheaper.
i know for a fact that the cost of building this light was not cheap, it`s not some wal-mart off the self LED. this light does do everything advertised and has had nothing but great reviews from everyone that`s tried it.
not saying it is a cheap made light Im saying it costs less to build than your regular belt or box light. Im sure they are great lights but I feel if you can build something cheaper and better why not share that with the consumer instead of making them pay the same price. Tim gunter has built a led head that costs $55 Id recommend anyone look at it. http://www.timshuntingsupply.com I dont mean to discredit your light at all just think they could cost less.
there`s an old adage, you get what you pay for. this light has been tested against pretty much every LED on the market and the reviews that we`ve gotten have been outstanding. let me add that this light is not for everyone and we never intended it to be. this light was designed to give hunter an option on a product that can preform with the 21 volt lites w/o the cords & battery packs. if someone is looking for a top quality light with a spot tighter than any other light it`s been tested against, which is almost all.then maybe it`s for you, if not we are glad that your happy with what your useing.
Thinking about getting one. (the predator). I have a couple questions. How bright is it and does it tighten down to a good small spot??? I have heard it is bright as a 21 volt light but does it have a tight spot? My friend has a 21 volt belt light that, in my opinion, is not that good because it won't come down to a spot. It just lights up the whole tree but you still can't focus on the coon very good. What is the predator like?
I am a far cry from being rich but I want a good light to hunt with. I like this new Predator light for the fact that it has no heavy battery pack to carry around. I always hunted with a Wheat light and liked the fact that it would shine all night. I dont need fancy bells and whistles just a high beam spot and a low beam walking light.
I have been a die-hard Bandit Light fan for years now, but I'm open to alternatives for the first time.
I'm basically looking for the brightest, longest lasting light (between recharges) on the market. I know there are quite a few out there and I've been keeping track of the new Predator which claims 20 hours low side, 4 hours high side. My question is...how bright is it really? My smallest bandit, which is the 12V, on the high side damn near looks like a stadium light and it will run about the same, 4 hours on the high side.
My question is, since I know they claim 20hrs/low 4hrs/high, exactly how bright is the Predator on low/high? (Say compared to the high side on my Bandit 12V, which is pretty damn bright).
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