Originally Posted By: pforeman
If you can have only one light, get a good hand held flashlight. However, like most of us, you can and do have several lighting options.

I have six MAG-LITE flashlights.

Originally Posted By: pforeman
A headlamp is invaluable and nothing else works better when you need both your hands to do something and you need light too. In a medical emergency having enough light to see what you are doing is very important while you are using both hands to work on the issue and nothing beats a headlamp.

That is what everyone in this forum has said. For that reason, I bought one. In my thirty-five years, I never needed to treat myself or anyone else in the dark. Nevertheless, the headlamp is still there, turned on every once in a while to see if it still works.

Jeanette Isabelle
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