“Finally it was time to get on the road again. After a short trip to Scotland where only day trips were on the menu, it was now finally time to get out into the mountains again. Everything is packed and ready and we set out on a day hike in all-day rain, not the most inspiring thing to hike in all day, but you have nature all to yourself and there is a certain silence when you are there all alone.
We arrived in the late afternoon and were accommodated in a three-person room and quickly spread the wet things out on the bed so they can dry a little.
After an early dinner, the rain has finally stopped and small holes have begun to appear in the cloud cover, it called for a trip out to watch nature go to rest for the night without the pressure on the shoulders from the heavy backpacks.
The headlamp came on the head and we headed out on the trail again. Once you got used to the darkness, you could make out the outlines of the surrounding snow-capped mountains. When the headlamp was not powerful enough to light up the area in front of you, the small M6xr torch came out and it could really turn night into day. The fact that such a small light can shine so brightly is one of the things that impresses me the most. When walking on a narrow mountain path and it goes downhill with loose stones, it is nice to know that you can turn up the light strength and orient yourself on where to put your feet. It gives you peace and security to enjoy the trip to the fullest.
Safely back in the room after the evening’s adventures, the battery was put in the USB charger so it’s ready for new challenges. The ease with which you handle the lights is what impresses me the most, and it’s almost incomprehensible that you can have all that versatile functionality in one light. I’m already looking forward to the next adventure.”
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