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Old 08-07-2010, 09:56   #16
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Light quality from both is very good. I prefer the Sensibulb color by a small margin.
As you can see from the photos, the light distribution is very even.
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Does one sensibulb give the same light as one 9W alpenglow?
(My eyesight isn'tvery acute)
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Hi Steve,

Thanks for taking the effort to put these pictures. Same question as Gord. is it 1 sensibulb equal to 1 9W ?
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need to compare Lumens for proper comparison.......
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Hi Steve,

Thanks for taking the effort to put these pictures. Same question as Gord. is it 1 sensibulb equal to 1 9W ?
I'd say a little more than one, but certainly less than two.
(Back from a loooong hike in 90 degree weather)
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