S3 rechargeable review Simon James of Mountain Goat Trails have put the S3 rechargeable to the test, and wrote a thorough and honest review of the headlamp. Simon has tested the headlamp wild camping in the Tarangire Safari Park in Tanzania, where it gets dark 6.30 and wild animals can roam freely through the camp! He also put the headlamp to the test, during a wet and windy night running event back in Chillterns, UK. There is no doubt the S3 rechargeable has really been put to the test! A short extract from the conclusion of the review: "I love this little head torch, I think it has so many great but simple features that makes it [...]
New design and much more information! Our product factsheets have got a design-overhaul and are now packed with all relevant information! The factsheet now features an image of the packaging, a “What’s in The Box” section, Unique Selling Points, product features, lightcurve and of course all product specifications. The factsheets are available in English, German and Danish. DOWNLOAD FACTSHEETS
Meet @benzdrywall We have started a collaboration with @benzdrywall who is a professional drywaller from Vancouver Island, Canada. He runs a drywalling blog on Instagram and uses a Suprabeam headlamp on a daily basis in his job. He is currently testing an S4 rechargeable headlamp and a Q3r flashlight, and there will come a video review in a couple of months. Follow @benzdrywall on Instagram to stay updated and see how a professional drywaller uses professional lighting.
Roadside Assistance We have teamed up with a Roadside Assistance officer to show how quality lighting is paramount in this line of work, where you need to be able to operate 24 hours a day. This ended up in a professional in-use video, where you can see how the Roadside Assistance Officer benefits from the V3pro rechargeable and Q1 that we have equipped him with. You can see the video below, and the images on the In-use images page. DOWNLOAD VIDEO DOWNLOAD IMAGE ALBUM
Welcome to the new Dealer Area A new website means a new Dealer Area as well. We have updated the design and added some features to the Dealer Area, but don’t worry you can still find all the content you are used to from the old Dealer Area. When you login you are send to the frontpage of the Dealer Area, where you will find a quick access bar and the Dealer News blog. The Dealer News blog will be updated with ALL relevant news for you, including ALL the information you receive in the Dealer Newsletter. Quick acces bar On the frontpage we have added a quick access bar with [...]
What is the best work light? Many craftsmen rely on old fashioned stationary work lamps, requiring a conveniently located power outlet or an extension cord. You need to carefully place the work lamp, so your shadow won’t block the light, and make sure that nobody will trip in the cord. So why not consider working like a pro? See what we suggest in the video below
Roadside assistance In many lines of business, a quality light tool is paramount. This also applies when working with roadside assistance, where a headlamp and/or pen torch is a tool you just can’t live without. Imagine driving out to help a customer on a dark January morning without having quality lighting to help you safely navigate outside the vehicle, or to inspect the damages on the car. This video shows how a professional roadside assistance officer uses professional lighting in his daily work.
A Suprabeam headlamp can be mounted on any helmet No matter what type of helmet you use, you can mount a Suprabeam headlamp on it. In many jobs, quality lighting is an important factor when talking about work safety. Therefore, we have a mounting solution for any kind of safety helmet you might use. In the video below you can see the different mounting solutions and how they work. DOWNLOAD VIDEO
Safety hazards hiding in the shadows Many construction sites use light towers to light up the entire site. This solution does give an overall good work light in most situations but can create dangerous situations. Larger objects as containers, vehicles, machines, cable drums etc. can cast large shadows which can cover up potential hazards. These hazards can, however, be reduced drastically by wearing a headlamp or mounting one on your helmet. With a powerful headlamp you can light up the dangerous shadow areas to see the hazards before you get hurt. We have visited a construction site in Denmark in October to demonstrate how potential hazards can hide in the shadows, and how you can easily see them [...]
Why is a headlamp better than a regular worklamp? Many craftsmen rely on old fashioned stationary work lamps, requiring a conveniently located power outlet or an extension cord. You need to carefully place the work lamp, so your shadow won’t block the light, and make sure that nobody will trip in the cord. So why not consider working like a pro? See what we suggest in the video below