Hmmm. $14.99 over at Amazon although you probably don’t want me posting competing vendors. Guess you can kill this post easily enough.
What’s the point in such a wide field? Just because it matches the human visual field doesn’t mean you’re going to get much use out of the light at the edges of the field. I sometimes use a headlamp for hiking and those have a much narrower angle–the darkness off to the side doesn’t matter.
Wide field light is useful for close-up work on/under cars, tight spaces, etc.
I’ve been using one for a year. Excellent for working on things like surround sound wiring. It also is great for filling in light on devices I’m building on my electronic bench. Even though I have good lighting on my bench it still helps remove shadows. As I age I find the more light sources the better. YMMV
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