|Dimensions||2.25 × 1.5 × 1.25 in|
Each person needs their own headlamp. After an earthquake, navigating through damaged buildings and crowded streets will be confusing. Having your hands free to carry any items you need, hold other people, or move things out of the way will be a big help. A headlamp is also nearly essential for two handed tasks like attending to wounds. These basic headlamps take 3 AAA batteries and can flip down in order not to shine in other people’s faces. These are not expensive models, but we’ve tested them and they are perfectly adequate for emergency use.