Headlamps can light up the 'hood

Gadgets boast 24 LEDs with 150 feet of illumination

The scuba headlamp FoxFurty

It may be the season of power outages, but you'll never have to worry about stubbing your toe in the dark if you have one of these lamps. In fact, you can light up the whole neighborhood just by turning your head.

FoxFury, which makes industrial-grade lighting products, is offering some serious LED headlamps for personal use as well. Its "Signature Series" includes various versions that are designed for such activities as hunting, hiking and even diving, according to OhGizmo, with different LEDs for each purpose. The scuba model, for instance, has blue and green lights that aren't as likely to freak out the marine life as other colors.

And for good reason: These lamps, which run on 4 AA batteries, boast 24 LEDs that can light a path 150 feet ahead with a 45-degree field of vision. We can't wait for Halloween.

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