The overall headcount could probably kit out a small choir.
I really do recommend going for the quality rather than cheapo units.
For Instance I bought some cheapy led Petzl rip offs from china, the magnet stuck to the unit gives me a headache, the consumption for an led is a battery gobbler & the likelihood of them lasting is zero!
It's not LEDs that fade away it's the soldering & components around them...
Take my latest petzl zipka+2 headtorch, it came as a under warranty replacement via the distributor due to my having had a fault with 2 units & then only because I'm fastidious & finnicky) ..tiny hairline chassis cracks appeared in the moulding even when one unit was sat "lost" for a year.
Petzls come with a 3 year warranty! ..wow! the new unit is the latest version of my favourite keyring torch having no elastic headband it has a well designed retractable headpiece making it very pocketable.
Worth every penny of £39.95 good product good service, newest single emitter 50 lumen (max) output light.
With service / aftercare like that & a turnaround of product of 3 working days, i'd be mad to look elsewhere for a headlamp.
Thankyou Lyon (uk distributor) http://www.lyon-outdoor.co.uk/ it's infinitely reassuring to have you behind me.
I use their products pretty much across the board, usually have 2 on me the zipka & a MYO / MYO RXP.
They come into their own when carving a pumpkin, placed inside to check your lines & get critical, this is also handy inside if you've prescored a pattern onto a pumpkin for a child, the endeavour to follow the light pattern with a carving saw, as not everyone has saral paper to hand.
kids get a kick out of the glowing pattern before they even make the first cut.