It's really hard to capture how well a light works in a photo. So we put RA to the test in this photo shootout to show how it compares to several popular headlamps. All the photos were done with the same exposure settings in a remote area up Big Cottonwood Canyon just east of Salt Lake City.
Its not about how bright a light looks, but how bright the light can make other things look. Checkout Ra lighting up the base of the stairway to Heaven ice climbing area up Provo Canyon. The area is just east of Robert Redford's resort, Sundance. Brandon was wearing 2 Kogalla RA mounted to the shoulder straps of his gear pack.
Ra's FIVE light modules are mounted to a flex circuit sandwiched between strips of stainless spring steel. This provides STRENGTH, DURABILITY, and FLEXIBILITY allowing Ra to conform to a variety of contours. Ra is ideal for mounting to back pack shoulder straps, a belt, a jacket, ski pants or numerous other items.
Ra has ten powerful rare-earth magnets built in to allow quick attachments to most ferrous (metal containing iron) objects. Magnets made with the rare-earth element Neodymium are known for being light weight and having very strong magnetic fields. All you really need to know is that Ra stays where you put it.
The optional MagBak magnetic backer strip has rare-earth magnets in corresponding position and opposite polarity to the magnets built into Ra. This makes it easy to securely fasten Ra to clothing or thin non-ferrous objects. The magnets are sandwiched in polycarbonate, a tough and durable polymer that remains flexible at low temperatures.
The optional D-ring strap uses multiple hook and loop strips to firmly fasten Ra to double-layer nylon webbing for clipping or harnessing in a wide variety of applications.
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