Best hard hat lights would lead you towards your destination easily

Choosing the best stuff from a pool of similar things is very hard; sometimes people are stuck in various alternatives and they find it very difficult to make a decision. There are various sellers in the market that are claiming to sell quality products but their products are not meeting the criteria of best products.  The situation of choosing the best ha hat lights is very similar to this situation, people are having a variety of lights in front of them but they do not which one is best which they should choose for performing their task. The hard hat lights at the Flashlight Pro are the best light among all because they are meeting all standards of lights, they are comprised of various features and they are useful in all conditions. No matter for what purpose you are choosing this tool it would benefit you at high extent if you are working in mine it would provide you an amazing way of lighting your path and doing your work with concentration and efficiency if you are an adventurous you this tool would help you in different situation in night adventures and many other activities. 

There are various features of hard hat lights which are used for deciding which lighting tool is best for us and which we should purchase for our work or for a long journey. The best features of these lights are mentioned below,

  • Portability:

This feature is highly useful especially for those people who are working in mines and those too who are taking this light stuff on any journey. This would help them out in carrying it easily in one hand and doing all other activities. People at mines are often having various tools to carry they are already taking the huge weight of those working tools, so if the light would not be portable it will create another problem for them and they would extra difficulty in carrying the wire of hard hat lights or carrying extra things along with it. The adventurous are habitual of seeking ways that make their journey more easy and free from every weight because when they are going for hiking and cycling they are supposed to be free from all extra stuff, so the portability of light will make their journey more easy and bright. Check out this feature while buying this equipment. 

  • Weight:

The weight of the light is another major feature that should be checked while buying this equipment. Many lights are very heavy and workers or normal people could not easily carry them with themselves. The weight is very crucial because it would decide whether this tool is easy for you or not and another reason of lightweight is this tool is used by people at places where they continuously have to carry this in their hands and if it would have heavyweight any problem could arise and this light would become a hurdle for a person who is using it. Hunting Friends Mining Headlamp is the best lighting tool because it is comprised of very lightweight, people can easily take this light in one hand and go anywhere or perform any task without any hindrance.

  • Battery:

Back in history when workers were using lamps for lighting purpose they were having the biggest problem in common, the problem of lighting capacity and time. The lamps were made for a particular time period like some were only be used for 2 hours some were used for just 4 hours not more than this and after these hours again the problem of dark mines arise. In the modern hard hat lights, the battery and charging system is highly useful now those lights which are having high battery capacity are among the best lights in the whole market, there is various lighting equipment which is also having charging ports and USB ports too which is making them more amazing and easy to use. Lights which are having the high capacity of the battery and which could be used easily for long hours should be chosen by those people who are intended to purchase this light.

  • Durability:

The material of light is also very important. There various reasons why the material should be tested before buying this tool, the first reason is the material should be strong enough so, it could easily be used in any season like if it is raining outside in the night and you have lost your way to destination it should be waterproof so no any water drop could affect its lighting and quality. The material should be tough enough which can face the toughest environment easily without having any problem. The hard hat lights are of various types and all types of light are comprised of different materials, some are made of alloy some are made of aluminum.  Many people are wearing this light on their heads and they are supposed to wear this for long hours if the material of light is very rough and pointed it would make person injured in many cases, so the material should be soft enough too which could easily be worn on the head without any fear of injury.

  • Frequency :

The hard hat lights which are having the option of setting the frequency of light are best or the adjustment of brightness are amazing among all lights because they are providing options to the person so, he/she can easily adjust the light according to its convenience. In many lights, there are three brightness adjustment options, the low option, the medium option, and the high option, the individual is supposed to set the brightness level and frequency of light according to his/her usage. 

These all features are must to check out before making the final decision of purchasing this light, choose the best tool which is comprised of all these properties because the best ones are always having the best quality. These all properties would help you out in making the best decision for purchasing this light.

Reasons Why Sapa Should be Your Next Holiday Destination

Filled with amazing scenes, a welcoming community, and a friendly climate, Sapa is the kind of place that everyone wishes to visit. It is an incredibly beautiful region situated in northwestern Vietnam, and there is just nothing not to love about the area. The part has continuously been rising to popularity due to the terraced rice fields that most people find to be unique and fascinating. It provides incredible rural highlights, and this makes it the perfect getaway destination, especially for individuals looking to get away from the noisy cities, unwind and rejuvenate.

You do not have to worry about how to get to Sapa, especially with a range of available traveling options. You can get there by bus, car, mini, or take an overnight train from Hanoi to Sapa, and with amazing websites such as Bookaway, your booking is made easier and seamless. The reasons for visiting Sapa are endless, and here are some of the things that make it the perfect holiday destination.

The beautiful scenery

The structures in this place are breathtaking. From the valleys and hills, everything in Sapa is spectacular. You could spend the whole day watching the clear skies or even the thick mist through the valleys and never get bored. The lush green terraces of rice are something that you can never find anywhere else. The locals’ house structures complete everything.

The weather is incredible

Sapa is located on the northern side of Lao Cai province, and its climate is as incredible as the rest of the country. The small town has a seasonal-changing climate but has proven to be friendly through all the seasons. The best time to there is in summer when the weather is around 25 to 35 degrees. Winter is cold but not extreme. There is no extreme season; this makes it an excellent tourist destination.

Explore the Ham Rong Mountains

You will love the view of the town from the top of the mountain. Ham Rong is about 1800m high and provides you with a perfect spot to watch the Sapa town from a different perspective. You can view the colorful rice gardens, the hotels, roads, and resorts as you climb through the rocky ravine rock garden. Remember to carry your camera with you and capture the beautiful views for memory purposes.

Enjoy Sapa specialty

Your trip to Sapa is not complete without experiencing the fascinating Sapa specialties. This region entails a range specialty from trout streams to gemstones as you breathe in the sweet pork barbeque scent.

The amazing people

Sapa is known as the home to friendly communities, which are the Red Dao, Tay Dzay, H’mong, and Xa Pho. All these tribes have different languages and traditions, and you will enjoy interacting with them and learning more about their culture. You will meet sweet people, and they all love sharing and listening to the visitors even though they speak different languages.

Sapa is a fantastic place to visit with your family, friends, or even take a solo trip. It is quite, safe, and an excellent place to unwind and relax.  You are missing out on a lot if you have never been there.

Josh Gates chats about Season 5 of Syfy’s “Destination Truth”

Josh Gates is the host of SyFy’s hit show “Destination Truth”. The show is set to premiere Tuesday, July 10, at 8:00 pm with two back-to-back episodes to commence its fifth season. Media Mikes had a chance to chat with Josh about “Destination Truth” and what we can expect from season 5.

Mike Gencarelli: Can you tell, for those of us who don’t know, how you first got involved in the show?
Josh Gates: Sure. I’m like a travel adventure guy I think by birth. I just always loved the idea of travel. I think there’s something in my blood that I’m not a real sit still kind of guy. My mom is from England, my father spent a lot of his career working overseas. And so from a young age I was kind of exposed to travel. And it took me, after college, a little while to figure out how to do that professionally. I was living in Los Angeles, and I would save some money up and I would take a trip, and I would save some money up and I would take a trip. And very coincidentally, as you know, a lot of these things are when it comes to the television world, I knew this producer who was pitching the show to Syfy about a kind of exploration into the unknown kind of format, this Destination Truth show, and they needed a host. I was just returning from Africa and I had just climbed Kilimanjaro. And they met a bunch of people and I walked in and looked really terrible and scruffy and dirty from this trip. And I think that there was this kind of authenticity where they say, “Hey, this is a guy who really loves to travel.” And beyond that, I think they really wanted someone who wasn’t going to just rubber stamp these stories, someone who wasn’t just going to say, “Ghosts are real, Bigfoot’s real.” And so I think the other thing that was a nice marriage between Syfy and I is that I could kind of be a proxy for the viewer and kind of act as a skeptic and approach these stories, you know, with a degree of skepticism. So it was just a good fit. And the rest has been history. And it’s been four or five years of doing a lot of travel and looking into a lot of these really, really amazing stories.

MG: Can you talk about your favorite place you’ve been this season?
JG: This season is great. We went to a bunch of locations we haven’t been to before. So it’s our very first time touching down in places like Sweden, our very first time going tothe Islands of Fiji. So a lot of new locations for me. And I always like that, I’m kind of a shameless competitor, so I always want to go to a new place and check off a new box for a place I’ve never been to before. But for me I think in terms of real highlight locations for me, we went to Guatemala for the first time this year, and one of the things that we try to do on the show is we always want to push ourselves to continue to explore these really iconic historic sites. We’ve been to King Tut’s tomb, we’ve been to Angkor Wat in Cambodia, and we had the opportunity to investigate the Mayan ruins of Tikal. It’s the year of the Maya, it’s a big story this year with the Mayan calendar turning over. And so to be able to go down, deep into the jungles of Guatemala and kind of have free run of the ruins of Tikal, this is one of the biggest most significant Mayan cities. It’s one of the largest ruins in the Americas. It’s – you know, there are thousands and thousands of structures there, and these soaring pyramids that, you know, come up through the jungle canopy. It’s just this incredible place. It was a sort of terrifying location and also just this breathtaking beautiful place. And so I’m really excited to showcase our trip to the ruins of Tikal for our viewers. I think it’s really one of our highlight destinations. I also loved our trip to Vietnam. I’m a huge fan of Southeast Asia. I just love that part of the world. And one of the things I really love is when we’re able to spend a whole hour in one place on the show. So for our season premiere, we spend the whole hour doing this really, you know, back country trek into Vietnam. And it’s a great way to showcase a little bit of the cities of Vietnam, and a lot of the places in country that you don’t see, this really deep wilderness. And so I’m really excited about that as well.

MG: This season tell us about your first follow-up investigation and how you got cameraman Evan to return?
JG: Yes, so this season we’re doing our first ever follow-up investigation. We get all sorts of emails and letters and requests from fans to return to a few different locations that we’ve visited on the show before.
People always want us to go back to the Island of the Dolls in Mexico or to Chernobyl — which I’m not going to go back to — or to this haunted forest in Romania. I think the reason that people really were so interested in that story the first time is that my cameraman Evan had this really terrifying experience there. This is a guy who, he’s a real road warrior. He’s worked on all sorts of different types of shows, he’s not a paranormal guy, he doesn’t believe in ghosts, he’s a skeptic. And we went into this forest that’sreputed to be home to this, you know, dark, paranormal energy. And he was basically blown off his feet by something a couple of years ago on the show. And so we got all these requests to go back and to revisit this location. So we wanted to go back but we knew that we really couldn’t go back if we didn’t have Evan with us. And you know, the thing about Evan is he’s kind of a glutton for punishment. And you know, working on Destination Truth it’s like a hard tour of duty, but all of everyone who works on the show wants to come back and do it again. Evan has a family and he has other projects he’s been working on. And so for the past couple of years he hasn’t been on the show. And he always is like, “Man I’ve got to get back out there, I want to come back out and work with you guys again.” And so I called him and I said, “Evan, I have this great opportunity, we’ll fly you out to do one episode of the show. We miss you, we want to see you.” And he’s like, “Oh great, that sounds terrific.” And then I told him where it was and he wasn’t quite as excited. But he agreed to do it, he came back. He was a great sport. And I of course made him go back to the very same place that he was the last time. And you know, you saw the episode, it’s a pretty thrilling night. Another set of really mysterious things happened to him.

MG: Are five seasons, are you still surprised by the different things you find out?
JG: I am. I’m constantly surprised on the show, you know? I’m surprised by a lot of different things. I think that’s really one of the things that makes the show work. I think if the show were only about, “Are you going to catch a monster at the end of the hour,” it wouldn’t work. I think that there are so many surprises that we have every time we go out there. I’m surprised by the people that we meet, I’m surprised that we’ve met so many reasonable, intelligent people who really have been shaken up by experiences and encounters with the unknown. Whether you’re a skeptic or not you meet these people who really have had some sort of legitimate experience. So I’m always amazed by that. And then my curiosity is always peaked because I want to understand what it is that they have experienced. Beyond that, I’m just also continuously amazed by just the sort of general hospitality of people and by the really interesting different cultures that we get to embed ourselves into. So I think that one of the great things about the show is it’s always full of surprises, you know? And sometimes it’s scary, sometimes it’s funny, but it’s a real adventure and you never quite know where it’s going to take you. And that’swhat keeps it interesting.

MG: Can you walk us through the process of how you decide on the stories? Like who pitches it, and do you have a bunch of people doing research, that type of thing?
JG: We take a map of the world and we get a bucket of darts and then we throw – no that’s not how we do it. We, first and foremost we want to go to places that people are experiencing something, currently experiencing something, that they can’t explain. So we don’t want to go somewhere where there’s a legend of a creature that nobody’s seen for 300 years. So we start by looking through newspapers, looking on the Internet, and working with our contacts that we’ve built up around the world to identify stories in the news that are appropriate for the show. So that’s really the first step. And that yields us a lot of our material. It’s just finding places where these stories are reported. The cool thing about these kind of stories is even if they’re really out there, they always get reported. I mean you even open up like your local newspaper here, and you may see on the bottom of page, you know, D7 or whatever that a lake monster was seen by a group of people. These are the stories that always catch our attention. And we always sort of wonder, “Wow, I wonder what’s really going on there?” So those are the stories that around the world. We also I think keep a mind to, as I was talking about earlier, trying to find some locations that are really going to challenge us and push us. So we want to go to ruins and historic sites and heritage sites, places where we want to take the viewer with us. I feel like part of the show is about investigating the unknown for me, and part of the show is about being a virtual travel agency. And I really want to take our viewers to places that are going to really blow their minds. And so bringing them to places like Tikal and bring them to these heritage sites is a really important thing to us. So this season we’re going to be traveling to, “Kazakhstan and Fiji, and Romania, Belize, the Philippines, really different types of destinations.” And that’s the other thing we try to do is put a good collection of places together that gives the viewers different types of experiences. So one week we might be high up in the Himalayas, the next week we might be on a tropical island somewhere. So we kind of jam all that into the hopper and see if we can make sense of it and create a route for ourselves that makes sense, and to find a group of stories that are different and interesting and adventurous.

MG: There’s quite a lot of reality series, probably a lot more now than when Destination Truth first launched, and a lot of competition out there. How do you distinguish yourself from the others out there?
JG: Well look you’re right, there are a lot of different reality shows out there about some of the things that we do, but also there’s just a lot of programming out there in general about everything. So I think you can’t get too caught up in trying to think your way through differentiating yourself from everybody because everybody is naturally different. There’s just so much programming out there that I think you’d drive yourself crazy. One of the things I likeabout Destination Truth a whole lot, is that I don’t see that exact format anywhere else. And it’s a format that has to do with having fun, there’s a lot of comedy in Destination Truth, there’s a lot of hijinks and misadventure. And it’s, as I said earlier, “It’s a very inviting series. We really want the viewer to feel like they’re out there with us.” There’s a lot of paranormal and now this more sort of crypto programming out there that is very earnest and very serious and very kind of moody. I think what we do is find this great combination on Destination Truth of doing a real serious investigation, but showing all the fun that we have getting to these destinations and getting ourselves in these really out of the way places. And I don’t see that anywhere else. And I think that that’s what makes the show unique. I think that it’s the fact that our crew is really front and center, they’re part of the team. My camera operators, audio technicians, medic; they’re part of the crew. And what you’re seeing is a show where we flip that camera around every minute and show you, not just what’s in front of the camera, not just a host driven vehicle, but a team of people who are out there having a real roughshod adventure. And that’s unique. So for my money, that’s what makes Destination Truth stand on its own.

MG: What would you say if someone has never watched the show, what would they need to know in order to pick up and start watching this season?
JG: I think the great thing about “Destination Truth” is that you can kind of turn it on and you’re at the start of a new adventure every week, You don’t need to have been a fan of the show for years to understand it. Every week we are going to pick up on the trail of some mystery around the world and we’re going to invite the viewer to come with us to get on a plane, to fly around the world and to investigate that mystery. The great thing about the show is that we make that a real open invitation. We want the viewer to feel like they’re right there with us. So the way that we film Destination Truth is we just kind of include it all. If there’s flat tires or bad food or rough lodging or kind of zany people that we meet, we throw them up all on screen so that the viewer doesn’t feel like they’re watching a kind of sanitized, produced effort. We want them to feel like they’re out there with us and show them what it’s really like to have this adventure. So it’s a really inclusive show that way and it’s a lot of fun. I think that’s the other thing about the show that’s unique is that it doesn’t take itself too seriously. The adventure that we go on is often peppered with these really kind of funny experiences and misadventures along the way. And so we always think it’s just a great ride.

Blu-ray Review “Final Destination 5”

Directed by: Steven Quale
Starring: Nicholas D’Agosto, Emma Bell, Miles Fisher, Arlen Escarpeta, David Koechner, PJ Byrne
Distributed by New Line Cinema
Rated R
Running time: 92 minutes

Overall Score: 3.5 out of 5 stars

Before I even start, this film is meant to be viewed in 3D and it is really the only way I prefer it. I would have given this disc a 5/5 stars if it was in 3D, especially since it has some decent bonus features. The film itself honestly the best in the whole “Final Destination” series. If you know the series then you know how this film’s main goal is provide shocking and kick-ass death scenes (and they looked the best in 3D). The 2D Blu-ray still looks amazing and the film is still major kick-ass. The video is very sharp…most importantly the kills still looks cool. The film also has some pretty intense moments and the DTS-HD Master Audio is really clear and works well wit the action scenes.

This release contains a two-disc combo pack featuring the high-definition Blu-ray and the DVD. The first extra is called “Final Destination 5: Circle of Death, Your Final Destination,” which is a five-minute featurette which connects each film in the series. Next up is about fifteen minutes of  alternate death scenes, which features some pretty cool ideas.   I really enjoyed the extra “Visual Effects of Death” and the “Collapsing Bridge” sections as well. Lastly, I have really been enjoying the new way for the studios to include digital copy with UltraViolet Digital Copy on Flixster!  You are able to watch on computers, tablets or smartphones.  It is the future of digital copies and instead of wasting a disc you can stream your film right from your Flixster account.

Synopsis: In “Final Destination 5,” Death is just as omnipresent as ever, first revealing its menacing reality to a group of coworkers headed for a corporate retreat. During the bus ride, Sam (Nicholas D’Agosto) has a premonition in which he and most of his friends, as well as numerous others, die in a horrific bridge collapse. When his vision ends, events begin to mirror what he had seen, and he frantically ushers as many of his colleagues?including his friend, Peter (Miles Fisher), and girlfriend, Molly (Emma Bell)?away from the disaster before Death can claim them. But these unsuspecting souls were never supposed to survive and, in a terrifying race against time, the ill-fated group tries to discover a way to escape Death’s sinister agenda. No matter where you run, no matter where you hide…you can’t cheat death. Or can you?

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“Final Destination 5” Interview Series

If you are a fan of the series then you are probably dying (not literally) to see this film.  If you are not a fan of this series then you need to get on board because even though this is the 5th film in the series, it has definitely not lost its steam.  “The Final Destination” was released in 2009 and was the first film in the series to be shot and released in 3D.  That was a turning point for this series, since the format seems to be made for 3D.  “Final Destination 5” continues to bring the terror and excitement that is known from this series.  It doesn’t seems like there is an end in sight any time soon for this series yet…Tony Todd has revealed in an interview that if the film is a success, it is possible we will be seeing “Final Destination 6” and “Final Destination 7” as well.

Click here to reach out raving review for the film!!

The story is similar than its predecessors, Sam Lawton, (Nicholas D’Agosto) and he co-workers are heading on a retreat for work and he has a premonition that the suspension bridge they are on will collapse. As the vision becomes reality, Sam and his friends discovers that Death is still after them and they need to race to survive. The film stars Nicholas D’Agosto, Emma Bell, Miles Fisher, Arlen Escarpeta, David Koechner, Courtney B. Vance, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, Ellen Wroe, P.J. Byrne and Tony Todd. Media Mikes had a chance to interview a bunch of the cast from this film. Check out these interviews and let us know what you think.


David Koechner

Emma Bell

Jacqueline MacInnes Wood

Nicholas D’Agosto

P.J. Byrne

Film Review “Final Destination 5”

Directed by: Steven Quale
Starring: Nicholas D’Agosto, Emma Bell, Miles Fisher, Arlen Escarpeta, David Koechner, PJ Byrne, Tony Todd
Distributed by New Line Cinema
Rated R
Running time: 92 minutes

Our Score: 4.5 out of 5 stars

This film is simply the best in the series. If you have seen one “Final Destination”, you know what to except from this film. The last film in the series was titled “The Final Destination” but it kicked started the series and especially since it was in 3D. This film does follow a similar path but the death scenes are the best by far, the 3D is beyond cool and it takes the series in a new direction. Sit back get ready to cover those eyes, laugh, scream and enjoy the hell out of this movie.

The story is similar than its predecessors, Sam Lawton, (Nicholas D’Agosto) and he co-workers are heading on a retreat for work and he has a premonition that the suspension bridge they are on will collapse. As the vision becomes reality, Sam and his friends that maybe they shouldn’t have survive. They start getting picked off one by one in the order that they died in the premonition. They need to find a way to cheat death and survive.

The film stars Nicholas D’Agosto, Emma Bell, Miles Fisher, Arlen Escarpeta, David Koechner, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood, Ellen Wroe, P.J. Byrne, Courtney B. Vance and Tony Todd. I have had the chance to interview quite of few of the cast and I have heard some really great stories about this film and how much fun it was to work on. What is great about this cast is that it has a little bit of comedy spread through it, so the film is laced with a nice combination of horror and comedy. Because if you don’t by know this series like to have fun with it death scenes and make you both laugh and scream at the same time.

So even though “The Final Destination” was in 3D, this film takes it to a whole new level right from the opening credits. You had people jumping and screaming throughout the film. I haven’t been in a theater in a long time when the audience reacted the way that they did for this. The death scenes were so well planned and over the top like always but nothing was predictable this time around. Every horror fan should see this film and especially if you are a fan of the series. It is hard to believe that a franchise that is entering its fifth film in the series could have this much steam left…but hey look at “The Fast and the Furious” series.